We understand your travel plans may be affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19). Contact the property you've booked or visit our Help Centre for support changing your reservation.

Please note: It may take us longer than usual to respond. Thank you for your patience.

Stay in Tasmania's best hotels!

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. Very nice hotel, great location, welcoming and helpful staff

Show more Show less
9.3
Superb
1,055 reviews

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. Absolutely gorgeous hotel in the center of Hobart. Each room is built around a different Australian historic personality. Big rooms, very well equiped, great service. At arrival to hotel we were upgraded to suite free of charge.

Show more Show less
9.6
Exceptional
1,386 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£110
Check availability

Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village 4 stars

Hotel in Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village offers self-contained accommodation, nestled in a rainforest setting with native wildlife throughout the property. Nice room with the kitchen facility

Show more Show less
9.1
Superb
2,221 reviews

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart 4.5 stars

Hotel in Hobart CBD, Hobart

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart offers premier facilities, where guests can work out in the state-of-the-art fitness club or indulge in a skyline swim with views of Mount Wellington in the indoor pool. Close location. Room well maintained. Food really good. Staff fantastic.

Show more Show less
9.2
Superb
2,083 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£85
Check availability

Balmoral On York 4 stars

Hotel in Launceston CBD, Launceston

Offering a variety of spacious accommodation options and free WiFi, Balmoral On York is located just 100 metres from Launceston's CBD and a short walk from vibrant restaurants and bars. It was an excellent stay, with very friendly staff... Very clean room, lots of shower pressure...

Show more Show less
9.1
Superb
1,447 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£54
Check availability

Hadley's Orient Hotel 4.5 stars

Hotel in Hobart CBD, Hobart

Built in 1834, this unique and elegant hotel is located in the heart of Hobart's CBD (Central Business District). Soft and Nice Bed, Great Locations for CBD, Hotel have an elevator for an antique hotel. Staff very friendly. The Food is delicious and great value. Family room is so nice and space ! Went there with my father, mother and brother! Will definitely come bAck again !

Show more Show less
9.2
Superb
1,807 reviews

Change Overnight

Hotel in Launceston CBD, Launceston

Set within 500 metres of Launceston Aquatic and less than 1 km of Boags Brewery, Change Overnight offers rooms with air conditioning and a private bathroom in Launceston. Super nice and modern apartment. Clean tidy and brandly new. Very comfortable.

Show more Show less
9
Superb
100 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£75
Check availability

Moss Hotel

Hotel in Hobart CBD, Hobart

Moss Hotel features air-conditioned rooms with cable flat-screen TV in the Hobart CBD district of Hobart. The hotel is so painstakingly beautifully designed and appointed. It was hard to leave the place to enjoy Hobart! The bathrooms in particular are so luxurious. The staff were beyond kind and accommodating, going out of their way to help make my stay as comfortable as possible. Worth the splurge - especially if you're a design nut!

Show more Show less
9.2
Superb
249 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£95
Check availability

The Florance 4 stars

Hotel in Launceston CBD, Launceston

Located 100 metres from Launceston Aquatic, The Florance offers accommodation with free WiFi in Launceston. Built in 19th century, the property is within a 5-minute walk of Boags Brewery. Location. Beautiful breakfast, nice friendly hosts. Beds - amazing. Beautiful architecture building.

Show more Show less
9.3
Superb
349 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£88
Check availability

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 an exceptional hotel. We arrived late at 10pm - Julie was so helpful. She even helped carry our heavy suitcases. The property is perfect - all new and very trendy. The breakfast was excellent. Their chef is very talented. We especially loved the gardens - so pretty and such fine work done. We will be back.

Show more Show less
9.7
Exceptional
342 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£126
Check availability

Tasmania's best hotels with breakfast

Budget hotels in Tasmania

Hotels in Tasmania that you can book without a credit card

Most booked hotels in Tasmania in the past month

Tasmania highlights

FAQs about hotels in Tasmania

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.

Planning a trip? Get inspired by reviews of cities in Tasmania

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Tasmania

gogless