The Tasman, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Hobart, sits comfortably between Hobart’s CBD, picturesque Derwent Harbour, a MONA Ferry terminal and the iconic Salamanca and Battery Point neighborhoods. Anchored to the waterfront precinct and embraced by scenic kunanyi/Mount Wellington, Australia's first Luxury Collection hotel is within Tasmania’s natural, culinary, and creative treasures.

At The Tasman, each of the 152 rooms and suites is a page in the hotel’s rich architectural story, which spans from the 1840s to the present day. Heritage rooms showcase original Georgian details; Art Deco rooms offer understated luxury with elegant materials; and modern Pavilion rooms frame waterfront views with floor-to-ceiling windows. The in-room experience is intended to be an extension of the Tasmanian culture and landscape, highlighting local materials such as sandstone and native woods. These experiences make The Tasman a perfect reward for incentive groups, available for small groups or entire hotel bookings.

The unique event spaces, which are rooted in the rich history and intentional design of the surrounding hotel, are flexible and can be configured to suit the needs of any event or celebration. They can currently cater events of up to 64 cabaret, with a new purpose-built function space coming in late 2024.

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