Australia’s island state has several new accommodation options for tourists.

Vibe Hotel Hobart is scheduled to open this November.

The striking façade of this 142-room hotel has already transformed Hobart’s skyline.

Located in the CBD, on Argyle Street, the hotel has a pool, gym, restaurant and bar and conference space, with Mount Wellington as a backdrop, and Salamanca Market and the city’s wine bars and art galleries close by.

Hotel Verge Launceston is seen as the city’s ‘new modern’.

An “industrial luxe” ambience created by local architect Cumulus Studio echoes the early industrial heritage of this inner-city precinct, adjacent to Launceston’s historic City Park.

Featuring brick, glass, wood and concrete, the hotel has 86 spacious, well appointed rooms and a gym, guest laundry and boardroom for up to 100 people.

Hotel Verge Launceston.

The city’s celebrated community Harvest Market is nearby, and Tasmanian produce features on menus at the hotel’s restaurant, Diverge.

The River Cabins are in the north-eastern town of Derby.

Find your flow in one of three Scandi-inspired cabins on the edge of the Ringarooma River and just 700 metres from the world-class mountain bike trails of Derby.

These wilderness-luxe cabins have high ceilings, exposed timber features and plenty of light.

Vibe Hotel Hobart. Image: Anj Blair.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin sleeps up to four and has a fire pit for post-ride decompression.

The other two cabins sleep two people each.

NOTE: Potential travellers should check the status of individual events and establishments with regard to the coronavirus outbreak.

The River Cabins in Derby. Image: Nic Betts.