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Best Western Plus Launceston

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3 Earl Street Launceston

+61 3 6333 9999

Features

Theatre pax 50-100 Theatre pax under 50 Banquet pax 50-100 Banquet pax under 50 Cocktail pax 50-100 Cocktail pax under 50 Offsite venue under 500 pax Hotels 100-150 accomodation rooms 50 - 100 accomodation rooms Under 50 accomodation rooms

Conference

Best Western Plus Launceston is the ideal location for corporate travellers to conduct meetings, incentives, conferences and events. Supported by the hotel’s food and beverage packages, catering can be arranged to meet all your MICE needs.

With two fully functional conference rooms, Best Western Plus Launceston can cater for anything from a sit-down dinner for 150 people to a board meeting for six. With friendly advice and booking procedures, the hotel offers the premium facilities and the best in catering options.

Each room is fitted with the latest technology and connectivity. Catering from the onsite Snappers Restaurant or external partners is available.

Stay

Best Western Plus Launceston is conveniently located in the city centre, just a 15-minute drive from the airport and a short walk from the city’s main shopping area. Along with 116 comfortable guest rooms, the hotel offers a restaurant specialising in local produce, a bar and four conference rooms accommodating up to 250 people.

Ideally located on Earl Street, just a two-minute walk to the main shopping strip — The Mall — where you will find all the services you may need, including banks, chemists, coffee shops, theatres and restaurants. It is also located close to several Launceston attractions, such as the UTAS Stadium, James Boag Brewery, Launceston Seaport, Penny Royal Launceston and Cataract Gorge.

Eat & Drink

Snappers is a full-service restaurant with buffet or continental breakfast available, with dinner offering Australian and seafood cuisine. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink at the hotel’s unique Tram Bar, which features an original, restored 1911 Launceston tram.