Tasmania Hotels

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  • Cradle Mountain Lodge
    Cradle Mountain Lodge is an iconic, unique wilderness experience and is the closest you can be to the entrance of the spectacular World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. Just 2 hours drive from Launceston and 1.25 hours from Devonport, this superb escape showcases the best Cradle Mountain has to offer, with warm hospitality, sensational loc ...al food and wine, breathtaking scenery and magnificent wilderness surrounds. The Lodge itself is warm and inviting with open fires, comfy chairs and cozy spots, perfect for enjoying the postcard views or just relaxing.Show More
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  • Freycinet Lodge

    Freycinet Lodge (4*)

    Freycinet National Park
    Freycinet Lodge is located within Freycinet National Park, on Tasmania’s east coast. Freycinet is a comfortable two and a half hour drive from Hobart and two hours' drive from Launceston. Freycinet Lodge offers a range of premium guest facilities, including a choice of dining options and an abundance of welcoming spaces to relax and reflect on your day’s adventures. E ...njoy premier dining at The Bay Restaurant, or a casual meal and tasty snacks in the welcoming atmosphere of Richardson’s Bistro. Browse the Lodge’s gift shop, and discover Freycinet Peninsula’s rich heritage and history in the library. Test your skills on the tennis or boules court or take advantage of the barbecue facilities—perfect for searing your locally sourced seafood or catch of the day. Show More
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  • Saffire Freycinet

    Saffire (5*)

    Freycinet National Park
    The Freycinet Peninsula extends south-eastwards from Tasmania’s coastline and is a fully protected national park, including the internationally acclaimed Wineglass Bay. Saffire is located on the inside of the gentle curve of sandy coastline that joins the peninsula to mainland Tasmania. Saffire overlooks the wide expanses of Great Oyster Bay, where migrating whales a ...nd dolphins come to play; calamari and squid in-season spawn in the rocky outcrops; local farms produce fresh, succulent oysters in some of the world’s cleanest waters; and fishing boats and trawlers bring in their daily catch of rock lobster, scallops and deep sea fish, dripping and salty-sweet straight from the ocean. The dominant view from Saffire’s every window is the pink-hued granite of the peninsula’s Hazards Mountains, providing a spectacular and ever-changing backdrop from morning to nightfall.Show More
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  • Grand Chancellor Hobart
    Throughout Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore, Grand Hotels International is known for excellent hotels in convenient locations with extensive meeting and event facilities. Grand Hotels International is pleased to present all of its hotels with the art of good service. Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart features Tasmania’s largest purpose built event and conven ...tion facility. Located right on the waterfront in Hobart, just a stone's throw from the central business district and all of Hobart's many tourist attractions, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart offers the ultimate in accommodation with panoramic views over the Derwent River.Show More
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  • Henry Jones Art Hotel
    When it comes to staying in Hobart, the only place to be is on the waterfront at Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, which features some of the best views in the city. Overlooking the Hobart Harbour and Constitution Dock this Tasmanian hotel is just steps from popular attractions like, Salamanca, Battery Point and the Central Business District, but intimate enough to ensur ...e a perfectly relaxing experience.Show More
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  • Mantra Collins Hotel
    Mantra Collins Hotel offers luxurious Tasmanian accommodation in the CBD of Hobart. Relax with a drink or casual bite to eat at Restaurant Collins or enjoy some private space in the Business Lounge. The property is a short walk from the vibrant Hobart waterfront including several of Tasmania's leading restaurants, Theatre Royal, Visitor Information Centre and Victoria ... and Constitution Docks.Show More
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  • MONA Pavilions
    The Mona is a 5* property located close by the Mona Museum of Old and New Art. The hotel has eight high-tech, super flash luxury dens on the River Derwent. They are named after Australian architects and artists. Each pavilion features a kitchen, laundry, wine fridge, wireless touch panels (climate, lighting, info and entertainment), wireless internet access, safe, pho ...ne, TV(s), a personal security camera, and bathrobes. Each of the units has a painting by its namesake, as well as antiquities and a collection of ancient coins. Guests share a gym, sauna and heated infinity pool.Show More
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  • Salamanca Inn
    Salamanca Inn is a top rated all-suite hotel located on the doorstep of the iconic Salamanca Place on the colorful waterfront of Hobart, Tasmania. Experience it all; style, space and comfort, in a wide range of modern and fully self-contained suites. Dine at the Beef and Seafood Grill and Bar, which provides a dining experience that encapsulates grill style cuisine, o ...ffering local seafood, Angus steaks, and shared platters. Hobart’s famous landmarks, restaurants, bars, galleries, and shop are conveniently within walking distance, making it easy for guests to explore the city.Show More
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  • Somerset on the Pier
    Somerset on the Pier Hobart provides travelers with magnificent sunsets and panoramic views of the Derwent River. Presenting the ideal luxury accommodation in Hobart in the Central Business District, these well-appointed apartments are the perfect based from which to explore the city. Reside in comfort with the security of a private residence and the services and faci ...lities desired. Somerset on the Pier is an ideal housing option for families and corporate travelers on either a short holiday or extended stay. Somerset on the Pier is a smoke free property.Show More
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  • The Siganture Room
    The Islington Hobart offers eleven sumptuously furnished guest rooms, many with distinct characteristics reflecting an eclectic mix of a bygone era coupled with contemporary elements. Each room has a distinctive design flourish, celebrating one of the many early Tasmanians who provided inspiration for the hotel. Hotel features include individually styled sitting, an a ... la carte restaurant and extensive wine cellar. Show More
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