Queens Head Hotel

Queens Head Hotel

400 Elizabeth St, North Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

Visit Queens Head Hotel in North Hobart, Tasmania. This venue has an average rating of 4 out of 256 reviews, with the latest ratings ranging from 3 to 5. The reviews for the Queens Head Hotel appear to be a bit mixed.

The Queens Head Hotel does not appear to have any published opening hours, but you may find some more information on their website.
This venue has a Gaming Room

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Latest reviews

Amelia James
Always kind and friendly service with clean modern outlay and some of the most well maintained bathrooms you will find anywhere with power saving, environmentally friendly appliences throughout the recently renovated establishment '🙌😀
Caz B
Main bar area closed for private function. Told to go games room. Nice small spot to start a night out.
Reuben Armstrong
Scott saved me! Staying here was a wonderful experience. Warm comfy and super clean room with everything I could want or need. Really made my visit to Tasmania a complete pleasure. Thank you so much.
Peter Williams
We were in there recently for a meal and I ordered wedges. I consider myself a bit of a connoisseur when it comes to chips and wedges and I have to say yours are the best I've had.
I hope your chef never loses his touch, and I hope you don't lose this chef.
jane leal
Great hotel friendly staff good meals Went out of their way for us interstate people
Kieran Kennard
Usual boring place. Wait ages for service, same old boring menu. Only go thete 'cause it is close to home and company is pleasant
Walter van Praag
Very comfy and convenient location with reasonable pricing and comfy accommodations for those that need it. Clean and decent food and ample parking everytime I've been here .

Responsible gaming tips

When playing, remember that:
  • Playing is supposed to be fun, so leave when it stops being fun.
  • Make sure you don't spend more than you intend - take how much you are happy to lose, and leave your cards at home.
  • Don't play when tired or when inebriated as this will impair your ability to play responsibly and know when to leave.
  • Know when it's time to leave - and leave.

Gaming venues in Australia are committed to facilitating responsible gambling. As well as adhering to State regulations, gaming venues may also subscribe to an industry code of conduct. You can usually find this information on their website.