Slice

Stay

Visitors to Tasmania are spoilt for choice with accommodation options. Hobart is seeing an influx of global hotel brands that include the Marriott Luxury Collection, InterContinental Hotels Group and Accor Group. Meanwhile, a range of smaller boutique options in the capital and further north in Launceston, ensure guests enjoy a more intimate, bespoke stay.

Heritage homes across the state have been carefully transformed into stylish stays while architects have conjured up accommodation that connects the unspoiled wilderness with complimentary interiors.

From overflow, self-contained accommodation to high-end luxury accommodation, Tasmania provides every guest with a restful stay to ensure they get the most out of their conference experience.

Regions

Filters

Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

Hobart & South
view Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

Wrest Point Hotel & Conference Centre

Hobart & South
view Wrest Point Hotel & Conference Centre page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel

Hobart & South
view The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

North
view Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

Country Club Tasmania

North
view Country Club Tasmania page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

Best Western Hobart

Hobart & South
view Best Western Hobart page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

Freycinet Lodge

East Coast
view Freycinet Lodge page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

Cradle Mountain Hotel

North West & West Coast
view Cradle Mountain Hotel page
Asset 1 Add to my list

Please Log in to add this to a list.

The Henry Jones Art Hotel

Hobart & South
view The Henry Jones Art Hotel page

Page 1 of 6

1 2 5 6

Read our stories

Story

Jun 2021

From Agricultural landmark to modern hotel

Launceston’s Peppers Silo Hotel is somewhat of a beacon for the city - physically and metaphorically. While the facility stands proudly on the edge of the Tamar River, commanding your attention upon entry to the city from every angle, for years the cylindrical 1960s grain storage facility stood idle.

Full Story

Story

Jun 2021

Tassie’s Wine Queen

Quality over quantity is a mantra Tasmania has honed over history and it’s paying dividends for our boutique wine industry. It’s also a rich reward for those lucky enough to visit one of the 30 cellar doors within the Tamar Valley Wine Trail, which stretches from Relbia, just south of Launceston, through to the iconic Pipers River Region and both sides of the East and West Tamar.

Full Story

Story

Jun 2021

World-leading infrastructure for bubbling industry

Given the effervescence that emanates from Kim Seagram, it’s no wonder her latest ventures are bubbling away with vigour. From her own distilling business to a global-first agri-food project she is pioneering for the state’s north, the queen of Tasmanian hospitality is as busy as ever.

Full Story