Tasmania, Devonport: Up to Three Nights for Two People with Truffles, Wine and Late CheckOut at Quality Hotel Gateway On sale!

Tasmania, Devonport: Up to Three Nights for Two People with Truffles, Wine and Late CheckOut at Quality Hotel Gateway

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The Hotel: Quality Hotel Gateway Quality Hotel Gateway offers guests contemporary accommodation with a hefty serving of convenience. Located a mere six-minute drive from the…

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The Hotel: Quality Hotel Gateway

Quality Hotel Gateway offers guests contemporary accommodation with a hefty serving of convenience. Located a mere six-minute drive from the Spirit of Tasmania terminal, a 10-minute drive to the airport and an hour from Launceston, Groupies will be in the heart of the action while also just far enough away to truly relax. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, guests will enjoy a range of services including 24-hour front desk, room service, on-site parking and more.

Sit down to a nourishing meal at La Pomme Brasserie offering an array of local cuisine prepared with fresh, local produce. Stop by for an after-dinner drink at The Cider Bar or relax in the Gaming Room. Unwind in an Executive King room boasting a spacious bed, en suite bathroom with walk-in shower and a modern finish.

Room Details

Executive King Room

  • Bed size/type: King bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • Maximum occupancy: Two people
  • The room features classic decor with bright colour schemes, Foxtel TV, air conditioning, and hot drink-making facilities

The Area: Devonport, Tasmania

Devonport is not only home to the red and white sea beacons Spirit of Tasmania I and II, but also to a range of coastal sights and sounds that stand out in their own right. While some uninitiated travellers disembark the ferry, jump into their cars and only catch a glimpse of Devonport in their rearview mirror, those who are in the know dump their luggage and explore the city and the coastline.

Slip into a pair of sneakers and take a stroll along the Mersey, up to the Mersey Bluff Lighthouse for breathtaking views over Bass Strait. Get in touch with Aboriginal culture in Tasmania with a visit to the engaging displays of Tiagarra. Be sure to follow the outdoor trail hugging the headland to catch a glimpse of Aboriginal rock carvings, some of which are more than 10,000 years old. See another side of history with a trip to Home Hill, the home of Australia’s only Tasmanian-born prime minister, Joseph Lyons.