NRMA Parks and Resorts has revealed significant upgrades to the harbour view accommodation and dining offering at Strahan Village on Tasmania’s West Coast, with the $2.2million works completed to date just the first stage in a series of planned refurbishments which will continue to roll out throughout 2024.
The charming harbourside town of Strahan is located at the gateway to UNESCO World Heritage-listed Tasmanian wilderness area and home to the award-winning Gordon River Cruises, a must-do experience when visiting the island state.
Set in the heart of the tranquil town, NRMA’s Strahan Village is ideal as a base from which to explore the region. Included in the newly completed works are extensive refurbishments to the hilltop area of the hotel, where all 35 rooms feature views overlooking Macquarie Harbour and have been completely renovated with a contemporary look and feel.
Each of the generously sized hotel rooms has been repainted and recarpeted and now feature new beds, bedding, lounges and bathrooms as well as minibars stocked with Tasmanian drinks and snacks.
NRMA has partnered with First Nations-owned Nood Australia for the supply of hotel amenities. Nood’s sustainably produced body and haircare products feature native botanicals and is the first commercial tourism rollout in Tasmania for the emerging brand.
The popular View42 restaurant and bar have also undergone a refurbishment to bring a modern touch to the dining area and a new experience this summer for guests at the bar. Coming soon is new tapas style bar menu, contemporary cocktails and an excellent list of Tasmanian wines. A refurbed conference room offers a flexible fit out to accommodate a range of meetings and either cocktail-style or sit-down dining events.
Outside, an al fresco seating area allows diners to enjoy the fresh air and make the most of the views.
NRMA Parks and Resorts Chief Executive Officer Paul Davies said the newly renovated hotel and restaurant at Strahan Village were perfectly timed to welcome in the summer season on the West Coast of Tasmania.
“We’re seeing more and more travellers arriving to discover the beautiful Tasmanian wilderness, and we’re very proud to present a new, contemporary look and feel for Strahan Village which is so ideal as a base for dining and exploring in the region,” Mr Davies said.
“Guests can enjoy modern, well-equipped hotel accommodation, watch stunning sunsets over Macquarie Harbour and marvel at the West Coast wilderness all from the comfort of their own private balcony,” he said.
“We’re looking forward to seeing the next stages of capital investment and refurbishments roll out in 2024 and offering even more reason for our members and guests to explore Tasmania.”
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