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Hotel Verge Launceston

Hotel in Launceston CBD, Launceston

Boasting a fitness centre, a restaurant as well as a bar, Hotel Verge Launceston is situated in the centre of Launceston, 700 metres from Launceston Tramway Museum. Central location to most facilities, shops, restaurants, pubs, markets, art. Comfortable bed and room. Clean room

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9
Superb
1,630 reviews
Price from
£131
per night

Peppers Silo 5 stars

Hotel in Launceston

Conveniently located in Launceston, Peppers Silo offers modern accommodation in an historic building. Dine at the Grain of the Silos Cafe and sample Tasmania's world renowned produce. unique feel to the place. decor was aesthetically pleasing.

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9
Superb
1,985 reviews
Price from
£163
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MACq 01 Hotel 5 stars

Hotel in Hobart CBD, Hobart

Nestled in the heart of the historic Hobart waterfront, MACq 01 is a luxurious hotel that combines premium accommodation with unforgettable storytelling. fantastic staff, beautiful room outlook over the water, bath, super comfortable bed and quality from the front door through to the room. will definately be back. The staff were outstanding! extremely accomadating and helpful.

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9.4
Superb
1,714 reviews
Price from
£240
per night

The Tasman, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Hobart 5 stars

Hotel in Hobart CBD, Hobart

Set in Hobart and with Short Beach reachable within 1.4 km, The Tasman, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Hobart offers concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi throughout the... The room was spectacular. Lovely high ceilings, fireplace and a very comfortable bed. A wonderful place to stay with very courteous and helpful staff.

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9.3
Superb
466 reviews
Price from
£222
per night

Maylands Lodge 5 stars

Hotel in Hobart

Maylands Lodge is a historic landmark property situated in the New Town area of Hobart. It is just an 8-minute drive from the city centre and the historic Hobart waterfront, including Salamanca... this is one of the best properties we have ever stayed. their attention to details, with everything that you can possibly need, amazing mountain view ,beatufil sunrise , fire place. very cosy and romantic. very spacious. the whole lodge looks unreal and very well maintained

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9.5
Exceptional
291 reviews
Price from
£186
per night

Grande Vue 4.5 stars

Hotel in Hobart CBD, Hobart

This historic property was built in 1906 and has been refurbished to highlight the original fireplaces and stained glass windows. We liked EVERYTHING about the property. The greatest gifts of the Grande Vue are the beauty of this historic mansion and the hospitality of the owners and staff.

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9.7
Exceptional
283 reviews
Price from
£188
per night

The Red Feather Inn 4 stars

Hotel in Launceston

The Red Feather Inn is a collection of historic convict-built sandstone buildings, designed by Georgian architect John Sprunt in 1842. It boasts modern suites with views of the garden. Staying at the red feather inn is like traveling to the past but with the modern luxuries. Can’t get more romantic than sleeping in a heritage building, away from the world and soaking up the nature and quietness. We stayed at the red feather room which was absolutely gorgeous, pristine, elegant and comfortable. The fireplace in the room and the bathtub made our stay unforgettable. The continental breakfast was delicious!

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9.2
Superb
110 reviews
Price from
£143
per night

Islington Hotel 5 stars

Hotel in Hobart

Offering lovely views towards Mount Wellington, the 1847 Islington Hotel offers luxurious accommodation with original artwork and precious antiques. Breakfast and dinner served in the beautiful Conservatory overlooking the garden and Mt Wellington. Worthy of a Michelin star. Service and food were exceptional

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9.3
Superb
227 reviews
Price from
£274
per night

Ikon Hotel 5 stars

Hotel in Burnie

Set in an iconic landmark building, the heritage-listed Ikon Hotel offers luxurious accommodation in the heart of Burnie city, close to restaurants and all you may need for an overnight stay or use us... The design, location and room space

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9
Superb
537 reviews
Price from
£103
per night

The Waterfront Wynyard 3.5 stars

Hotel in Wynyard

Situated on the banks of the Inglis river, The Waterfront Wynyard offers a range of accommodation types in their motel units, all north-facing, with views across the waterfront precinct. Staff very welcoming and friendly. Comfortable bed. Good size room and very clean. Beautiful location.

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9
Superb
714 reviews
Price from
£79
per night

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Laidback Island of Incredible Landscapes

Perhaps most famous for the deceptively cute-looking Tasmanian devil, tranquil Tassie, as it’s affectionately known, boasts some of Australia’s most impressive landscapes.

Most 5-star Tasmanian hotels are in its historic capital Hobart, a beautiful city cascading down slopes towards the sea. Its highest points offer far-reaching views towards the bay’s lush islands and headlands. The furthest headland shelters Port Arthur, a former convict colony touted as Australia’s answer to Alcatraz.

Just outside the capital is Richmond, home of Australia’s oldest bridge. To the north-east is Swansea, across Great Oyster Bay from the Freycinet Peninsula, site of stunning Wineglass Bay.

Bicheno has a sweeping, sandy beach, while St Helens beach further north is protected by land outcrops that are birdlife havens. To its west Launceston features the large Queen Victoria Museum and beautiful Cataract Gorge. It is also the gateway to the north coast resorts where many cheap hotels in Tasmania are located and available to book on Booking.com.

One such resort is Devonport, the arrival point for ferries from Melbourne. Burnie also has a port, and is linked by a coastal road to Stanley whose narrow promontory ends in a rock called The Nut. South is wonderful Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, and to its west is the sleepy town of Strahan whose backdrop is the mountains covering south-western Tasmania.

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