With 152 unique rooms and suites, original artworks by Tasmanian artists, warming fireplaces and island baths are some of the highlight features within, complemented by commanding views of Hobart icons, the Derwent River and kunanyi/Mount Wellington from multiple vantage points throughout the property.

An impressive food and beverage curation sees renowned Tasmanian Chef Massimo Mele combining incredible seasonal produce and ingredients with the generosity and warmth of Italian hospitality at the Tasman’s signature restaurant, Peppina. Known for his connections with Tasmania’s best growers, the restaurant named for Mele’s Nonna will showcase the fare of nearby farm gates.

Intimate and sophisticated cocktail bar, Mary Mary is steeped in history and a hub of inspired cocktail creations, award-winning wine and artisanal beer and cider. The indoor/outdoor Deco Lounge offers a refined atmosphere to take in locally sourced tea, and roasted coffee, handmade pastries and The Tasman signature high tea.

The Private Dining Room seats 18 and is a stunning space located within the original sandstone walls of the circa 1860 building, creating truly unique local flair for an intimate dining occasion complete with two heritage fireplaces. Adjacent, The Wine Room is a cosy nook with a theatrical backdrop for tastings.

Six meeting and event spaces across the complex comprise rooms of varying sizes from The Boardroom for smaller meetings to the Cumulo Rooms accommodating up to 450 delegates reception style.

Bringing the character of Hobart to life, connecting the pioneering past to contemporary culture and captivating scenery, The Tasman is a truly unique architectural experience that blends the site’s historical legacy with striking modern vision.

The original features of the heritage buildings have been carefully reimagined for today’s luxury traveller. Guests have a rare opportunity to immerse themselves in three eras of design within the hotel; from walking the history filled hallways of the original 1840s heritage building, admiring the understated luxury of the Art Deco building, or taking in the spectacular views of the Hobart waterfront from the glass ensconced Pavilion building.

Connecting Salamanca Place with an elegant fronting on Murray Street, The Tasman forms part of Parliament Square, a new centre for Hobart that is perfectly situated just steps from the famous Salamanca Market and within easy reach of an array of vibrant restaurants, bars and cafes, the Mona ferry terminal and Pennicott Wilderness Journeys.

Known for creating one-of-a-kind hotels that define their destination, The Tasman will shine a light on the unique Tasmanian character, rooted in history with an evocative contemporary narrative. The Tasman will also of course provide the perfect retreat at the end of a long day exploring the island state and its many cultural, natural and epicurean experiences. Find out more about the hotel here.