08
Feb

Queens Head turns 360 degrees

Guess I’d better explain before an army of exorcists turn up at Buckingham Palace. It’s not Queen Liz I’m talking about it’s something perhaps more dear to generations of Hobartians.

The Queens Head Hotel in North Hobart is a Hobart institution. It’s been standing resolute on a prominent corner in the restaurant strip for decades as other establishments have waxed and waned around it.

Known for great food, cold beer and friendly service – it’s the type of place that is modern yet timeless and transforms itself several times a day according to the time and clientele. Busy during lunch and dinner services, a laid back sports bar in between and then it really lets it’s hair down as one of the last bastions of live music in Hobart once the diners have left and the musos take the stage.

There are also Tote facilities for those that like a punt and a dedicated pokies lounge.

Beds aplenty are waiting for any weary travelers wanting to stay in the area and sample the myriad of multicultural dining options available a stones throw from the pub. They have 10 comfortable rooms perfect for budget conscious visitors to our beautiful city

Resilience were chuffed to be engaged last year to build an online presence for the hotel and have completed a web site and a series of 360 degree video views of the accommodation options.

Check out the site and the 360 degree room views:

Web Site:

Visit Site: http://queensheadhotel.com.au/

See Room Views: http://queensheadhotel.com.au/room-tours/