Stay 2 nights and save up 10%*. Includes: 12pm check-out, a bottle of premium water and a selection of Tasmanian fudge on arrival.
Includes: Kids eat FREE* at Restaurant Esca, breakfast daily, 12pm late check out, save 25% at Penny Royal World – Park and cliff adventures and FREE parking*.
Discover the gateway to the Tamar Valley at Mantra Charles Hotel in Launceston – Tasmania’s ‘Northern Capital’. Only 12 minutes from the airport and within close range of many of the state’s most sought after tourist destinations, this region is known for its beautiful landscape, wineries, countryside and more. From visiting the Cataract Gorge Reserve and discovering nature, to witnessing the stunning coastline of the Bay of Fires, or sampling some of Australia’s best wines in the Tamar Valley, Launceston has so much to offer.
Guests staying at Mantra Charles Hotel can expect an unforgettable time at their Launceston accommodation when visiting the food and wine region of Tasmania. Situated on the cosmopolitan Charles Street offering a choice of several modern room types, Mantra Charles Hotel is a great option for your next trip to Tasmania. Its art deco architecture is characterised by curved windows and a white exterior, aiding in its charm and making it one of Launceston’s most popular hotels.
Within Mantra Charles Hotel guests will find Restaurant Esca where they can enjoy local Tasmanian cuisine. There are lounges to relax in, meeting and conference rooms available and wireless internet (WiFi) throughout the hotel. Guests arriving at this hotel in Launceston by private vehicle will find plenty of onsite parking available.
Rooms are contemporary with warm, vibrant colours throughout, along with sleek surfaces and a range of room types. More »
Mantra Charles Hotel offers wireless internet, room service, car parking, lobby lounge, and 24 hour reception. More »
Start your day with a freshly cooked breakfast, and sample delicious seasonal produce from local suppliers from the lunch and dinner menus. More »
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