Australia’s first dedicated art hotel, The Henry Jones Art Hotel, is set on Hobart’s glorious waterfront in row of converted sandstone warehouse dating back to the 1820’s. Once home to Tasmania’s oldest jam factory, this hip boutique hotel was designed by renowned architects and showcases over 300 continuously changing, contemporary Tasmanian works of art.
The industrial chic-style hotel reflects the site’s rich colonial and industrial past with striking architectural designs including the beautifully crafted original staircase, exposed walls and timberwork, and the stunning glass IXL Atrium.
Blending old world charm with contemporary style and sophistication, The Henry Jones Art Hotel offers guests a truly unique and memorable experience in Tasmania’s capital city.
The luxury hotel’s 56 individually designed rooms and suites feature stylish interiors with plush furnishings, walls adorned with contemporary art and state-of-the-art amenities. Lavish suites offer spacious interiors, overflowing spa baths and impressive views.
Sample the finest Tasmanian cuisine in a magnificent al fresco setting at Henry’s harbourside restaurant that offers an inventive menu of classic dishes with a modern twist.
Go for a run, do a workout or sip a cocktail in the IXL Long Bar. Buy one of the artworks on display to take home as a unique souvenir or browse the hotel’s art and craft boutiques. The hotel can arrange a variety of tours, experiences and adventures in and around Hobart. Highlights include the Art Tour, visiting Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and a helicopter ride around Tasmania, Australia.
The Henry Jones Art Hotel Information
- Location:South East Coast of Tasmania, Hobart’s waterfront.
- Accommodation:56 rooms
- Facilities:Spa, gym, restaurant, bar, art gallery, boutique, wifi, restaurant.
- Activities:Environmental excursions, cruises, distillery tours, pilates and yoga, swimming, city tours, helicopter tours, visiting the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.
- Weather:Four distinct seasons. Stable weather between the months of February and April, from mid-summer to late autumn.
- ChildrenChildren welcomed.