Mantra Charles Hotel | Australia | If Only

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Pared-back design with splashes of red welcomes guests to the Mantra Charles Hotel in Launceston - the gateway to the Tamar Valley. Within close range of many of the state's most popular tourist destinations, this region is known for its beautiful landscape, wineries, countryside and more.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 99 rooms



Decorated in vibrant autumn colours to complement the building's art deco heritage, with modern kitchenettes, stylish furniture and comfortable bedding, these rooms, studios and apartments offer everything needed for a comfortable stay in Launceston.

The bathrooms have been designed with feature tiles in neutral colours with sleek, contemporary surfaces, while many rooms boast views over Launceston and surrounds from large windows, which provides the perfect vista to soak in the region.



Enjoy the fresh Tasmanian cuisine offered at Restaurant Esca which showcases some of the best food the region has to offer. Begin the day with a freshly cooked breakfast and sample delicious seasonal produce from local suppliers, then finish with a mouthwatering dinner menu complemented with beautiful local wines.



Explore the Tamar Valley wine region, just minutes away, or discover the spectacular Bay of Fires or capital city of Hobart, both around a 2 hour drive from Launceston. From visiting the Cataract George, to Launceston’s museums and art galleries, Tamar River Valley, historical villages, national parkland and lavender fields, there are so many attractions to explore.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Hobart International Airport


Approximately 15 minutes from Launceston Airport


The weather conditions in Tasmania are almost the exact reverse of those in the UK and Ireland, with four distinct seasons and a slightly warmer climate overall. Summer (December to March) are warm and pleasant, with calm sunny days and cool evenings in the autumn. Winters are for relaxing indoors and for enjoying the alpine national parks, whilst spring sees a return to longer, warmer days and colourful outdoor blooms.