Hobart to welcome new luxury hotel

The Tasman's six meeting spaces can host everything from large scale events to intimate dining experiences.

The Luxury Collection by Marriott International is set to make its Australian debut with the opening of The Tasman in Hobart later this year.

Housed within an impeccably restored 1840s heritage building on Murray Street, the luxury property will offer 152 guest rooms and suites which feature a sophisticated and modern interpretation of Art Deco design.

With six meeting spaces offering a total event space of 701 square metres, The Tasman can host everything from large scale events to intimate dining experiences. The Cumulo room is a purpose-built events space which affords sweeping views over St David’s Park from floor-to-ceiling windows and an outdoor terrace. It can cater up to 350 guests, while the largest event space offering, Parco, can host up to 400 guests in a theatre or reception style setting.

Located just steps away from Salamanca Place and the waterfront of Sullivan’s Cove, The Tasman will form part of Parliament Square, a new centre for Hobart in one of the most captivating parts of the city.

Embracing the rich heritage and distinct character of its premises and location, The Tasman will reflect the spirit of Hobart through its design, exclusive experiences, collection of local art, and signature food and beverage experiences.

Renowned Tasmanian chef Massimo Mele will combine his passion for local producers with warm Italian hospitality as culinary director of the hotel’s signature restaurant, while a hidden, old-world-inspired cocktail bar showcases indigenous Tasmanian ingredients on an innovative cocktail menu.

Set to open at the end of 2021, The Tasman will mark the first Australian showcase of Marriott International’s world-renowned The Luxury Collection brand, joining its global collection of 110 fine hotels and resorts.

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