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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.

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Stewarts Bay Lodge

Hobart & South
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Mayfair Plaza Motel

Hobart & South
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Motel 429

Hobart & South
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Salamanca Wharf Hotel

Hobart & South
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St Ives Apartments

Hobart & South
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Sullivans Cove Apartments

Hobart & South
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Tamar Valley Resort, Grindelwald

North
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Bay Hotel Apartments

Hobart & South
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Customs House Waterfront Hotel

Hobart & South
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