Launceston's iconic new hotel Peppers Silo opened its doors to the public
on Saturday, June 2 with an official opening celebration, of more than 1000
guests and dignitaries gathering to commemorate the landmark hotel opening.
Originally erected in 1960, the Kings Wharf grain silos were left unused
for decades until two years ago when construction began to breathe new life
into the structure, transforming the silo barrels into a state-of-the-art
contemporary new hotel.
The redeveloped site is now a ten-level hotel featuring 108 guest rooms,
including 52 inside the barrels of the former silos, a restaurant and bar
called Grain of the Silos, undercover car parking, conference facilities
for up to 500 people, and an integrated lobby and reception space.
Located in a prime position on the edge of the River Tamar and close to
the beautiful Cataract Gorge, the once unused silo barrels have transformed
into a $25-million luxury-by-design redevelopment which includes one and
two bedroom apartments.
Amenities at Peppers Silo includes a fully equipped gym, relaxing day spa,
child minding facilities, hairdressing salon, function centre, private
dining rooms, restaurant and cocktail bar with views overlooking the water
all the way to Cataract Gorge.
For all day in-room dining options, Grain of the Silos, is the property's
onsite restaurant and bar, which is open to the public for breakfast, lunch
and dinner and features a range of decadent meal options, focused truly on
local Tasmanian produce and supporting local farmers and producers.
To celebrate the official hotel opening, Peppers Silo has launched a
special opening rate. Stay at Peppers Silo in a Tamar River Room from $199*
per night and receive breakfast and complimentary Wi-Fi. This offer is
valid for sale and travel until midnight 25/12/18 (AEST).
Peppers Silo is located at 89-91 Lindsay Street, Launceston and opened to
the public on Saturday, June 2.
For more information contact us on 1300 764 906
or complete an Enquiry Form