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Boutique hotels. And great places nearby

We help you find the best boutique hotels in Australia. We guide you to cool design hotels, hip and trendy hotels and small five-star luxury hotels. These hotels might often be so unique and romantic that you do not want to leave your room. But still - you should! Therefore, we also help hotels guide you to the greatest places nearby - be it coffeeshops, restaurants or museums.

Here are some recommended places nearby boutique hotels in Australia:
  • The Lounge By Frogmore creek

    A beautifully appointed bar and restaurant with fantastic views of the city. The highly acclaimed Frogmore Creek wines are from southern Tasmania, where the grapes benefit from a long growing season amongst our pristine natural environment.

    From Moss Hotel's guide.

  • Institut Polaire

    Tasmania's coolest locale. Settle by the fire in the snowy interior of marble and plush grey leather at Institut Polaire. This cold climate wine and spirits bar and kitchen embraces Tasmania’s long held status as the gateway to Antarctica with a passion for everything coldhearted. Sip a signature Süd Polaire Antarctic dry martini, savour new wave Tasmanian pinot noir, alpine amaro or nurse your single malt whisky. ​Look out for the mystery wine challenge and specialty G&T flights. Enjoy a grazing dinner menu of plates featuring fresh and organic fare from local growers and artisan producers. Wine bar snacks embrace provincial influences from further afield. Cin Cin!

    From Moss Hotel's guide.

  • Maldini

    One of Hobart’s most popular experiences is to sit under the umbrellas on the sidewalk in front of Maldini, enjoying the finest espresso coffee, a light meal or snack, a beer or wine, while watching the passing parade – a particular delight on Saturday market days at Salamanca.

    From Moss Hotel's guide.

  • Salamanca Market

    Each Saturday* from 8.30 am to 3 pm more than 300 stalls pop up along the gracious, tree-lined and historic Salamanca Place to showcase arts, crafts, jewellery, fresh food and produce, collectables and homewares. First held in 1972, Tasmania’s most visited attraction has grown from a small collection of informal traders to a beloved institution, described by many visitors as the “best market in Australia”. Look out for some of the things that make Salamanca Market so special:

    From Moss Hotel's guide.