Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 1 Davey Street, Hobart
Located in the heart of the city with a prime location right on the waterfront, overlooking Hobart Harbour, the Hotel Grand chancellor boasts captivating views of the Harbour, Mount Wellington and the city skyline. The hotel is just steps from popular attractions like Salamanca, Battery Point and the Central Business District, but intimate enough to ensure a perfectly relaxing experience. And with only one traffic light between the airport and the hotel, arrivals and departures will be about as painless as they come – making it the perfect conference location!
Shuttle bus: The Tasmanian Redline Airporter bus will take you into Hobart city and drop you at your accommodation (hotel or motel). The shuttle departs outside the terminal after the arrival of every flight, transferring passengers to the city. For transfers to the airport – bookings can be made 2hrs prior to pickup time however to ensure a seat on your preferred shuttle bookings should be made 24hrs prior. Rates: Adult one way $18 return $32.
Contact – http://www.tasredline.com.au/index.php/airport-shuttles/ or Phone: 1300 38 55 11 (8:00am – 6:00pm Every day)
Taxi: Allow 20 minutes by Taxi. A Taxi would cost from $45 for journey from Hobart Airport to the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart. The taxi rank is located directly out the front of the Hobart Airport building. If you need a mini-van or special taxi please ask one or our kerbside assistants who will radio one through for you. If there are no taxis available, phone numbers for the major taxi companies are listed inside the terminal near the baggage carousels.
Disabled facilities If you require disability-specific facilities, please notify the Secretariat by indicating this on your registration form.
Dress A smart casual dress code applies for all meeting sessions and social functions.
Insurance It is strongly recommended that delegates take out adequate medical, travel and personal insurance before travelling.
Liability disclaimer In the event of industrial disruption or other unforeseen circumstances, the meeting organisers accept no responsibility for loss of monies incurred by delegates.
Name badges The wearing of identification badges is mandatory and will be required for admission to all sessions and social functions.
No smoking policy Delegates should be aware that smoking is not allowed in public buildings and many hotels and restaurants throughout Australia, including the meeting venue.