The Henry Jones Art Hotel
What has long been one of Hobart’s oldest waterfront warehouses has since been transformed into a dedicated art hotel: The Henry Jones Art Hotel.
Housing more than 300 artworks as part of an ever-changing exhibition, it’s the place where art and history collide, and where you’ll find galleries, award-winning restaurants, and lively bars buzz with energy.
Blending modernity with its industrial past, the hotel still boasts timber trusses and wooden beams, but was completely refurbished in 2018 to offer a new-found sense of sophistication.
Topped off with Tasmania’s fine food and beverages, you’re in for a stay unlike you’ve ever imagined.
THE HENRY JONES ART HOTEL LOCATION
The Henry Jones Art Hotel is part of the Hunter Street precinct; a place where galleries, restaurants, bars and cafes all come together. As Australia’s only island state, Tasmania can only be reached by air or sea, and regular flights depart out of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane to Hobart. Should you wish to drive a car over to the island, the Spirit of Tasmania ferry crossing takes nine to eleven hours and entertains with three bars, a market kitchen, two cinemas, games zone, reading room and accommodation options.