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Friday 13 August 2021

Details of Hobart's new five-star hotel revealed

First there was The Moss, then the Crowne Plaza. Then came The Vibe and The Movenpick. Hobart has seen several hotel openings over the past two years. 

Hobart's latest five-star hotel, The Tasman - a Marriott Luxury Collection property - will open its doors before the end of the year after several delays; and details have been unveiled this week. 

Slated to open its doors at the end of 2021, The Tasman will be the first Australian showcase of the Luxury Collection brand; a global collection of 110 unique hotels and resorts offering authentic experiences designed to inspire and evoke lasting memories.

The brand includes high-end properties in more than 30 countries and territories. 

“The Luxury Collection offers a gateway to the world's most exciting and desirable destinations, so it is wonderful to introduce the brand to Australia and put the rest of the world on notice to the charms of Hobart and our most southern state.” said Sean Hunt, area vice president for Australia, New Zealand and Pacific at Marriott International.

 “The opening of The Tasman will signify the importance of Tasmania as a global destination for luxury travellers and we are confident visitors will see this as a wish list experience for interstate and international travellers (once international travel resumes).”

Connecting Salamanca Place with an elegant frontage on Murray Street, The Tasman forms part of Parliament Square, a new lifestyle quarter for Hobart just steps from the famous Salamanca Markets, St David's Park and the vibrant waterfront of Sullivan's Cove.

Guests will have a rare opportunity to experience three eras of design within the 152-room hotel. 

Renowned Tasmanian chef Massimo Mele will act as culinary director at the hotel's signature restaurant, showcasing his passion for championing local producers. 

An intimate and sophisticated cocktail bar within the original sandstone building will offer "an old-world bar experience reimagined for modern times"  with a cocktail menu celebrating indigenous Tasmanian ingredients. 

"We look forward to bringing the unique Tasmanian character to life for our guests and hope to leave them with an expanded perspective that will last beyond their visit,” said general manager Stephen Morahan. 

“Our blend of personalised, genuine and anticipatory service will mark the charming, yet refined experience of a stay at The Tasman.”

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