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Best Western Plus Launceston - Launceston Hotels

Best Western Plus Launceston

3 Earl Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
"Very handy to access city"
Just found that the room with 4 people was a little cramped, but overall comfortable
A Traveller
Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston - Launceston Hotels
AU$119

Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston

29 Cameron Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
"Good nights sleep "
Stayed overnight while on a job. Would definitely recommend it to anyone. Good food friendly staff great soft comfy bed
A Traveller
Auldington - Launceston Hotels

Auldington

110 Frederick Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
"Perfect for our needs. "
Great place to stay. Super comfy and staff were very nice. Our only complaint was that the free WiFi was limited to 200Mb.
A Traveller
Located just a 10 minute walk from the city center, travelers who book their stay at the Auldington Guest House in …More
Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston - Launceston Hotels

Quality Hotel Colonial Launceston

31 Elizabeth Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
Dining room understaffed. Party of 3 adults and 3 children for dinner, all ordered at same time. 1 adult meal served in 20 minutes, 3 children's meals in 30 minutes and remaining 2 adults received their meals 2 hours after ordering. Staff we're very good about it.
Traveller from sa
Quest Launceston Serviced Apartments - Launceston Hotels

Quest Launceston Serviced Apartments

16 Paterson Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
"Location"
Hotel was located close to shops and restaurants. The room size was above averge and the one-bedroom apartment was very roomy.
Traveller from Brisbane
Quest Launceston offers centrally located apartments in Launceston, Australia , a short stroll from shops, restaurants …More
SJ Working Hostel - Launceston Hotels

SJ Working Hostel

3/11 High Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
Peppers Seaport Hotel - Launceston Hotels

Peppers Seaport Hotel

28 Seaport Boulevard, Launceston - Map
 
 
"Close to city but far enough away to be peaceful "
I had a marvellous time Staff were very friendly and helpful. Room was perfect very clean and welcoming comfortable bed lovely bathroom Loved it !
A Traveller
Peppers Seaport Hotel is a stylish and contemporary waterfront hotel, delivering a new and vibrant Launceston experience that …More
Mantra Charles Hotel - Launceston Hotels

Mantra Charles Hotel

287 Charles Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
Great place to stay. Close to some great restaurants and cafes. Seems to have been recently renovated.
A Traveller
If you are looking for state-of-the-art accommodation that blends luxury with warm Tasmanian hospitality, then the 4-star …More
Commodore Regent - Launceston Hotels

Commodore Regent

13 Brisbane Street, Launceston - Map
 
 
"excellent value"
Great location for city and football. Excellent value. Excellent restaurant which unfortunately is closed on Sundays.
A Traveller
Overlooking City Park Monkey Island, this two-storey hotel is 500 metres from the Albert Hall Convention Centre and City …More
The Sebel Launceston - Launceston Hotels
AU$154

The Sebel Launceston

Cnr St John & William St, Launceston - Map
 
 
We had a one night stay, visiting for the football. We had room service dinner and breakfast. Both excellent. Loved the bath but needed a mop.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Launceston

    It’s sometimes called ‘Tasmania’s northern capital’, and once you visit Launceston you’ll understand why. Tassie’s second biggest city, Launceston is a cultured and charming place that can stand up next to Hobart as a holiday destination. It’s also the gateway to the Tamar Valley region, best known for its wetlands, waterfalls and wine. Book your Launceston accommodation with us to start exploring this unique city and all it has to offer.

    The Palawa people are Launceston’s traditional owners, who often performed ceremonies at beautiful local sites like Cataract Gorge. Lieutenant Colonel Paterson settled the town in 1806, giving it the name of the Cornish township where Governor Philip Gidley King was born. Despite being a relatively small city, Launceston has a number of national ‘firsts’ to its name – one of the most notable being the first Tasmanian city created by Parliament.

    Take a walk through Launceston’s main street and you’ll see Victorian-era buildings turned into cafes and shops. Feel like some waterfront dining? Launceston Seaport features fine restaurants as well as a boardwalk and marina on the foreshore of the Tamar River. Check out the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Australia’s biggest regional museum, where you’ll uncover everything from Tasmanian history to science collections and art, both historic and modern. There’s even a planetarium where you can get up close and personal with the stars – the ones in the sky, that is.

    With a Launceston stay, you’ll also be close to the natural beauty that Tasmania is so admired for. Just 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre is Cataract Gorge, a river gorge with a swimming pool on the southern side and a restaurant and pub on the northern side. You can take a chairlift ride over the basin, wander through the gardens and admire the colourful peacocks, or simply take a break and enjoy the view.

    The Launceston Golf Club is a must-visit destination for history buffs, golf nuts AND golf history nuts (if they exist). Opened in 1899, it’s one of the oldest golf clubs in the country and certainly the oldest in Tasmania. It’s a 10 minute drive from the CBD and, despite being a private members’ club, allows visitors.

    Sports fans will love Aurora Stadium, which holds 21,000 people and is a regular venue for AFL games as well as touring musical superstars. About 17 kilometres out of town is Tasmania Zoo, the largest wildlife park in the state and the home to over 40 Tassie devils as well as reptiles, monkeys, birds, penguins and many other species.

    Launceston is right next to the Tamar Valley, so why not keep the adventure going by travelling the Tamar Valley Wine Route? Follow the blue and yellow wine route signs to discover more than 30 wineries throughout the region. While you’re in the Tamar Valley, you can also sight-see gorges and waterfalls or take a river cruise. Book your Launceston hotel with us today to see what makes the city so special.

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