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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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Projects

Make Do: Jugaad

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(1 of 1) Trent Jansen shot by Lee Grant.

Make Do: Jugaad

Hotel Hotel Projects, Workshop

For this workshop, design anthropologist, Trent Jansen taught the ad hoc making and repair process of ‘Jugaad’ – the Indian notion of doing just enough with what you have on hand and figuring it out as you go. Over three hours, workshop participants improvised with approaches to object making and repair based on what’s around and current moods. Alongside Trent, Canberra-based artists Jeremy Lepisto and Jacquie Bradley helped with workarounds, problem solving and to share their making knowledge.

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Fix and Make

You can buy thousands of units of something from somewhere in the world. This is necessary to an extent for today’s populations. But still, we are anxious. Who made those thousand units? Did we really need to order that many? And what do these things even mean to us when we don’t really know anything about them? Fix and Make is a series of workshops and talks by Hotel Hotel. Through the practical, the experimental and the philosophical the program brings different people together to actively questions our relationship with and consumption of objects. Fix and Make invites individuals to reconnect with their hands. It encourages new learning through doing. Through the process of fixing and making we reckon we can gain a better understanding of how things work and apply this knowledge to other areas of life: to solve our own problems; to take control of our own resources; to break our dependence on manufacturers who create products with built-in obsolescence. The 2016 program brought together more than 60 collaborators to lead workshops and contribute to discussions from fields as diverse as neuroscience, art, design and craft, food, education, music, psychology and the environment.

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