Islington Hotel

Islington is a very special, small, luxe hotel in Hobart with a long history and a large delightful garden affording unique and stunning views of Mount Wellington. Perched in the exclusive enclave of South Hobart, slightly removed from the city with amazing views of kunanyi and its shifting moods, this multiple award winning hotel is luxury personified, offering award winning personal service. Decorated with fine art and furnished with antiques, Islington appeals to those who desire the very best in service, presented in an atmosphere of serenity, luxury and tranquillity.
Islington is a very special, small, luxe hotel in Hobart with a long history and a large delightful garden affording unique and stunning views of Mount Wellington. Perched in the exclusive enclave of South Hobart, slightly removed from the city with amazing views of kunanyi and its shifting moods, this multiple award winning hotel is luxury personified, offering award winning personal service. Decorated with fine art and furnished with antiques, Islington appeals to those who desire the very best in service, presented in an atmosphere of serenity, luxury and tranquillity.

Directions

Directions from Hobart Airport: Follow the Tasman Highway across the bridge, proceed on the highway past the Botanical Gardens and the Queens Domain, staying in left hand lane until you see “The Woolstore Apartments” on the right hand side (from this point the hotel is approximately 2km). At this point the highway turns into Davey Street. Once you have reached this point change lanes so you are in the far right lane (the far left lane will proceed to the Southern Outlet which is NOT where you want to go). Proceed straight up Davey Street and follow the street sign which says “B6 Fern Tree (Mount Wellington)”. Continue straight ahead through the top traffic lights. Continue driving, and you will see Anglesea Street on the right which is two streets from the traffic lights you have just left. The Islington is situated on right hand side of Davey Street, just past Anglesea Street, at top of the crest behind the cream fence