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When to book a hotel in Tasmania
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Top tips for finding the perfect Tasmania hotel
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Tasmania if you stay on a Tuesday. The opposite is true for, Monday, which is usually the most expensive day.
Book more than 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Tasmania accommodation.
If you are travelling with a large group of friends, consider Tasmanian accommodation like Hawley Heaven. Located on Hawley Beach, this four-bedroom house can sleep up to eight and features an open living area, plenty of entertainment space, plus a backyard patio with a spa and gas fire pit.
Looking for a couple’s getaway? If so, you might try staying at Shanleys Huon Valley. Located in Glendevie, this holiday cottage in the countryside is only 15 km from Kents Beach. It features a mountain view, a spa and a fireplace in the living room.
Nature lovers may wish to stay near Cradle Mountain - Lake St. Clair National Park. A hotel like Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village will place you within 2 km of the park and features a self-contained cottage that has outdoor dining areas, gardens and a spa bath, all nestled in the wilderness.
Business travellers will likely appreciate Tasmanian accommodation in Hobart city. A luxury hotel like Hadley’s Orient Hotel will place you in the central business district, near Parliament House. It features a business centre, conference rooms and workspaces in the rooms. Another nearby option is Wrest Point, which also features a conference room, workstations and a business centre.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Tasmania
Where can I find budget accommodation in Tasmania?
If you’re travelling to Tasmania on a tight budget, consider accommodation in a smaller town like Tullah. Tullah Lakeside Lodge is situated on a lake that’s close to Mount Farrell Regional Reserve. It features cosy rooms, is close to Tullah town centre and allows easy access to a lot of recreational activities, like hiking and fishing. If you’d prefer something close to a big city, you may wish to check out Launceston Backpackers. Conveniently located in the central business district of Launceston, it features a kitchenette, a shared lounge area and is close to tourist attractions like Royal Park and Brisbane Street Mall.
What options are there for luxury accommodation in Tasmania?
Those who enjoy a bit of luxury and seclusion will be right at home around Coles Bay Conservation Area. Accommodation options like Picnic Island will place you right on the beach in Coles Bay. This four-star cabin features a living room with a fireplace, an outdoor terrace and bedrooms that look out onto the lake. Alternatively, if you prefer to be in a city, you might want to consider The Henry Jones Art Hotel. Located in Hobart, this luxury hotel features a spa bath and artistic decor and is close to museums and tourist attractions.
Where can I find family-friendly accommodation in Tasmania?
If you’re travelling with your family to Tasmania, Rydges Hobert offers plenty of helpful features. This hotel in North Hobart features family rooms, an outdoor pool and kids’ meals. Another nearby option is Riverfront Motel & Villas, which features family rooms and a playground and is located near the water. Alternatively, if you want to stay outside of the city, book a rental like Pedder Wilderness Lodge. Located on a lake in Strathgordon, it features a pool, a picnic area, kids’ meals and hiking and canoeing opportunities.
Where to stay in Tasmania?
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