Customs House Hotel is family run hotel in Hobart’s historic Waterfront precinct.
In 1846, Charles Gaylor chose the most prominent Hobart waterfront corner for his Georgian-style hotel – the corner of Murray and Morrison streets right across the road from Parliament House.
Customs House Hotel has 30 ensuite rooms. From your bedroom window you may see members of Parliament hurrying into debates, Parliament House gardens, the mellow sandstone Georgian buildings and shady Plane trees of Salamanca Place, ferries, yachts and ships arriving and leaving the Sullivans Cove docks. Take advantage of our bar/function area, Vue.
As you explore the passages and rooms, decorated to reflect the hotel’s colonial heritage, you can imagine what the hotel must have been like during Mr Gaylor’s time.
The Customs House is a great central location – an easy ten-minute walk into the central business district, a two-minute walk to the restaurants, shops and market stalls of Salamanca Place or Salamanca Square, and just across the road from the harbour, you can take a cruise to Peppermint Bay and Mona from Brooke Street Pier. In the evenings the hotel is a favourite with the locals, serving modern Australian cuisine and seafood in our restaurant.
MembershipAustralian Hotels Association
Typically an Ensuite Room has bed/s and own bathing and toilet facilities accessed from within the room.Desk Dining Area Dryer Flat-screen TV Hairdryer Heating Internet Access Kettle Linen supplied Refrigerator Shower Tea/Coffee making facilities Television
We have a wide range of room types, from smaller (and a bit noisier) rooms above the bar to beautiful waterfront rooms with balconies
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am