Featuring some of the best views in the city, Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart overlooks the River Derwent and Constitution Dock and is just minutes away from popular attractions such as Salamanca Place, Battery Point, and the Central Business District. The facilities in this hotel accommodation are family friendly but intimate enough to ensure a perfectly relaxing experience.
Enjoy the comfort, space and facilities of one of Hobart’s largest hotels. Work out in the state-of-the-art fitness centre or enjoy a rejuvenating swim in the heated indoor pool. Meet for drinks in The Atrium Lounge or reserve a table at the popular Restaurant Tasman, where magnificent harbor views meet contemporary cuisine. For meetings and special events, the hotel offers a range of meeting rooms from intimate boardrooms and meeting spaces right up to major convention facilities.
The spacious guest rooms at the Grand Chancellor are styled with Tasmanian timbers, polished granite and contemporary furnishings. Each room has panoramic views of the harbor or Mount Wellington.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free newspaper
- Air conditioning
- Coffee/tea maker
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
- Hypo-allergenic bedding available
- Pillow menu
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- LCD TV
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Microwave (on request)
- Number of bathrooms – 1
- Cribs/infant beds (surcharge)
- Cable TV service
- Room service (24 hours)
- Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)
- WiFi (surcharge)
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- In-room massage available
- Premium bedding
- Pay movies
Celebrating Tasmania’s finest regional ingredients, not to mention wonderful boutique wines from across the state, a lively and stylish restaurant in Hobart, Restaurant Tasman serves delicious food in a stylish yet comfy atmosphere that redefines the hotel dining experience.
The Atrium Bar
Located within the hotel lobby, The Atrium Bar is the ideal meeting place. Unwind in a bright, airy space perfectly in tune with the daily rhythms of Hobart’s waterfront. Comfortable chairs and soothing waterfront views offer a captivating setting for relaxation, be it morning, noon or night.
Sip your morning coffee as you watch the harbor come to life. The Atrium is a favorite among the locals for traditional afternoon tea, including a selection of baked scones, fancy cakes and finger sandwiches complemented with specialty teas and herbal infusions. High tea is served every day from 11:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Bookings are essential.
Snacks and a light lunch menu are available throughout the day. In the evening, hotel guests and Hobart locals gather to mix and mingle, stirring their night to life with creative cocktails, frosty beers on tap, and enticing Tasmanian wines.
On the map: Tasmania is Australia’s only island state and it lies across the Bass Strait from Victoria. Tasmania can be reached via plane from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and via ferry from Melbourne.
As Australia’s only island state, Tasmania is an exciting place to visit. The state was settled in 1803 as a penal settlement of the British Empire to prevent claims to the land by the French Empire. Since its settlement, the population has only grown to about 500,000, making it the second-smallest state in the country. The island is promoted as a natural state and the protected areas cover about 42% of the land area, including national parks and World Heritage Sites. Some of the state’s most popular landmarks include: Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasman National Park, Freycinet National Park, Port Arthur Historic Site, and Darlington Probation Station. Due to its small land size, you can drive anywhere on the island and go from beaches to mountainous areas in just a few hours. Be sure to spend time in Hobart – the state’s capital – and Launceston (one of the few cities on the planet to be wrapped around a gorge).