If location in a city is the key to your perfect break or holiday then BEST WESTERN PLUS Launceston is the ideal place for you. Not only is the hotel well positioned, it boasts a fantastic in-house restaurant and the iconic Tram Bar which contains a Circa 1911 Launceston Tram. You can dine in the restaurant or the bar and the BEST WESTERN PLUS Launceston has a 24 hour room service menu. Ideally located on Earl Street just a two minute walk to the main shopping strip, The Mall, where you will find all the services you may need banks, chemists, coffee shops, theaters and restaurants. Going to the Footy? Aurora Stadium; home of the Tassie Hawks, Boags Brewery, the famous Gorge and picnic grounds are all within walking distance along with the Launceston City Park which is home to the Japanese Monkeys. Launceston, nested in the Tamar Valley, is Australia's third oldest city. It's abundance of built heritage makes the city a very enjoyable place to visit.
Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania, Australia. The area is serviced by Launceston Airport (LST), which has connections from other domestic cities.
Located in a region known for wine production, visitors can head to a vineyard or take part in a wine tour. To learn more about the history of the region, head to Franklin House, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, or Macquarie House.
Launceston experiences mild temperatures throughout the year and has four distinct seasons. In terms of natural attractions, the river gorge known as Cataract Gorge is located close to the city and perhaps one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Within the gorge, there are boat cruises, rock climbing, and hang gliding. There’s also a swimming pool and chairlift. Other outdoor places of interest include City Park and the Tamar Island Wetlands.
Whether you come to Launceston for business or vacation, there are hotels available to accommodate all types of visitors. Hotels in Launceston range from business hotels to budget motels.