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68 rooms - we call them Cosy, Original, Creative and Meandering. Each one is unique.

$235 / Night

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Three Bedder apartment at Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Short term and long term rental.

Apartment

We also manage apartments in the Nishi building. While our rooms are a cacophony of textures, the apartments are a blank space. The walls are white, the shelves have space for you to bring your own bits and bobs and make you feel at home.

$185 / Night

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Prices fluctuate week to week.
One Bed lofts at Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Short term and long term rental.

Loft

And we manage split-level lofts just across the road and down the lane from us in the NewActon precinct.

$205 / Night

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Prices fluctuate week to week.

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Lost + Found

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(1 of 1) Chris Endrey shot by Lee Grant.

Lost + Found

Hotel Hotel Projects, Performance

This event celebrated the release of ‘Lost + Found’ – the debut album of prolific Canberra-based artist Chris Endrey. This was a start to end performance of the full album. Chris was joined by Clarke Finn (PAINTonPAINT) and Louis Montgomery (Slow Turismo).  The Endrey Trio was supported by classical flautist, Kiri Sollis.

Salon Gatherings

Hotel Hotel’s Monster Salon and Dining rooms are a reinterpretation of the suburban family rooms of immigrants in Australia post WWII. It’s a domestic place. At once a parlour for receiving guests, for talking art and politics, a living room for lolling around by the fire with friends, a place for listening to music, and a room for sharing meals. At times, we gather old and new friends here to exchange ideas and we host conversations, poetry readings and performances. Fittingly, we often share stories about immigration, about how immigration increases the textures and layers of a place’s cultural fabric. These are important stories. Especially in a time when the number of people displaced by conflict is at its highest since the aftermath of WWII.

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