RMA23 accommodation

Hobart hotel map

Wondering where to stay?

Whatever your budget, you’ll be sure to find an accommodation option in nipaluna (Hobart) to suit your needs.

To help with your decision-making process, we’ve compiled a list of our recommendations. To secure the conference rates, accommodation can be booked during the registration process.  

Room type
Room rate (per night)
Walk to venue
Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart (SOLD OUT)City side
Harbour view
Old Woolstore
Apartment Hotel
One bedroom
3 min walk (250m)
Mantra on CollinsHotel Queen
Hotel Executive Queen
5 min walk (400m)
Movenpick Hotel Hobart (SOLD OUT)Classic King$2257 min walk (500m)
The TasmanDeco King$4608 min walk (550m)
Ibis Styles HobartStandard
12 min walk (1km)

Our recommendations

Grand Chancellor

Hotel grand chancellor



This central accommodation spot offers some of the best views of the water and of the city. Right on the doorstep of the ever-changing harbour, this family-friendly hotel is just steps away from popular attractions like Constitution Dock, Salamanca, MONA Ferry, Battery Point, and the Central Business District.


Breakfast rate: $31/day

Old Woolstore

old woolstore apartment hotel

Modern self-contained accommodation for your stay in Hobart, Tasmania. Perfect for couples, families, friends or corporates. We offer all the necessities to make your Hobart getaway an enjoyable one. Our central location means we are within walking distance to the waterfront and CBD.


Breakfast rate: $24/day


mantra on collins

Just 300 metres from the bustling waterfront and one block from the CBD, Mantra Collins Hotel is close to the city's main tourist attractions. Hotel Rooms are modern, some boasting views across Mount Wellington, the Queen's Domain and the CBD.


Breakfast rate: $25/day


Mövenpick Hotel Hobart



Located in the heart of picturesque Hobart and affording convenient access to the best landmarks and attractions Hobart has to offer, Movenpick Hotel is perfectly located to make the most of your holiday. Perfect for couples or business travellers, Movenpick Hotel Hobart is only a short stroll to the waterfront


Breakfast rate: $30/day

The Tasman

the tasman

Enjoy a visit to the 1800s within the walls of The Tasman, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Hobart, an architecturally stunning and historically rich hotel in the heart of Tasmania's capital. Boasting 152 well-appointed guest rooms and suites with luxurious amenities including Frette linen, high ceilings and state-of-the-art technology, our hotel implements carefully restored features with a modern interpretation of Heritage and Art Deco style.


Breakfast rate: $38/day


ibis styles hobart

Located in the heart of vibrant Hobart CBD and adjacent to The Commonwealth Government Center, Ibis Styles Hobart features a fitness center, swimming pool, basement parking, and an Asian street-food concept restaurant, Mr Good Guy. 


Breakfast rate: $20/day

Recommendations for student accommodation

Additional accommodation has been secured for students attending RMA23. The following options cannot be booked through the registration portal. Please book directly through the links below. 

St Ives Apartments

Centrally located in historic Battery Point, only a few minutes stroll from the Salamanca Market and the waterfront precinct, offering studio and two bedroom apartments.



Bay Hotel Apartments

Studio double, studio twin, and two bedroom, self-contained apartment accommodation in Hobart's habourside suburb of Sandy Bay.



Accommodation on Argyle

Located in the heart of the Hobart CBD. Argyle accommodation that is freshly renovated throughout. Each stay includes Free WiFi and daily breakfast. Shared kitchen facilities, communal lounge area and laundry facilities.



Allurity Hotel

Centrally located in the Hobart CBD, offering a variety of room types and sizes. 


ACRRM and RDAA acknowledge the deep history and culture of lutruwita (Tasmania) and pay respect to the muwinina people as the Traditional Owners of nipaluna (Hobart) where we will gather for RMA23. While the muwinina people are no longer here due to the impacts of colonisation, we continue to acknowledge and recognise the palawa people of the island who continue to work together to maintain their identity and culture. We acknowledge that palawa still have connections to the skies, waters and land of lutruwita.