This compact room has a modern design with lots of sun, smart TV, fridge, desk. Being in the centre of the city, its location opposite the hospital and short walking distance to all major attractions makes it ideal for the up and go traveller.
The bathroom is located closeby in a separate wing.
Each room has been freshly painted and completely renovated with new furniture and fittings. Fresh bottled water, tea and coffee available in the communal kitchenette.
All rooms have TV and free internet access.
Irons, ironing boards and hairdryers are available on request.
The larger Studios also have bathrobes, their own iron and ironing board, and tea and coffee making facilities.
The communal kitchenette is available to all guests. It has with tea and coffee making facilities, a microwave, small fridge, basic crockery and cutlery.
Guests access the building from the ground floor on Argyle Street, (opposite the Royal Hobart Hospital) and take the stairs up to Reception on the first floor.
The accommodation is divided into two wings - Argyle Street and Liverpool Street. Guests staying in Argyle Street have access to that wing, guests in the studios have access to the wing on Liverpool Street.
All guests have access to the communal kitchenette (Liverpool Street).
Five bathrooms are located in the central area of the hotel and are available to guests in both wings. The large 2 studios on Liverpool street each have a dedicated bathroom.
Interaction with guests
Reception at the Argyle Accommodation will be open from 7.30am daily to 11am and again from 3.00pm - 7.30pm.
Check-in is after 3pm (unless by prior arrangement) and check-out is by 10am (unless by prior arrangement).
We can be contacted any time during your stay up until 9.30pm unless there is an emergency.
Other things to note
The location of our accommodation is only ONE of its great assets!
Located only 1 block from the CBD, it is opposite the Royal Hobart Hospital, next door to the Argyle Street Car Park and Wellington Arcade which has a supermarket, pharmacy, bottle shop, numerous places to eat and a newsagency.
It is only a 5 minute walk to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, The Tasmanian Visitor Centre (for tour bookings), a 10 minute walk to the waterfront, Parliament House and Salamanca.
It is also a 5 minute walk to the Grand Chancellor Hotel and the Hunter Street shopping precinct (restaurants, craft shops and the Cruise Centre at Macquaire No 1 wharf).
On the morning of your arrival, we will text you a door code to enter our building and we will ask you for your expected time of arrival.
If you arrive when one of us is on duty, you will be shown to your room and we will answer any questions you might have and show you which is your bathroom. If you arrive out of manned hours - you will access the hotel the same way - and an envelope with your name on it will be left on the kitchen table with instructions as to which room you are in and which is your bathroom.
You will have access to the communal kitchen where you can have a coffee, take time out to hop on your computer if you don't want to stay in your room or heat up any food you have brought for a meal. We ask that you put your dishes away after use and leave the area clean and tidy for other guests.
Argyle Accommodation is NON SMOKING. Please do not smoke in any space in or near the hotel.
If you have a seeing eye dog please talk to us so we can accommodate.
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I have lived in Battery Point for the last five years and wouldn't live anywhere else. Everyday I have the opportunity to walk in one of two beautiful parks only minutes away from where I live. I love gardening but sadly don't spend enough time in my garden - for which I compete with the blackbirds. We are now on a first name basis.
I am a fifth generation Tasmanian, interested in the history that has made Tasmania such an interesting and diverse place to live and Battery Point's place in that story.
I am also a committed traveler having traveled to Peru in 2012, Northern BC in Canada last year and most recently Turkey.
I am so looking forward to welcoming you and sharing travel stories with you as well as telling you about the wonderful things that Tassie has to offer.