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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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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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Hotel Hotel is a Hotel

Hotel Hotel is a collaboration between designers, artists, artisans and fantasists. We love hotels, not for their swank but for reminding us of our transience and the importance of romance.

As well as being a physical place, Hotel Hotel is also a vessel for on-going cultural and artistic creation. We make projects and programs in order to explore our interests, support creative endeavour and have conversations with others about things that are important to us.

Visual Essay of 'The Other Moderns' by Stéph Donse. Title by Isabel Wilkerson, from 'The Warmth of Other Suns'.

Repose Chair, 1953. Designed by George Kóródy for Artes Studios. Rubber cushion in original Belgian linen. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
1 of 11 Repose Chair, 1953. Designed by George Kóródy for Artes Studios. Rubber cushion in original Belgian linen. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
Korody patented a number of his early designs. This one is for versions 1 and 2 of the SOS unit. A flexible furniture piece identified as a coffee table or flowerpot stand, it was registered in 1948. National Archives of Australia, A1337, 26223.
2 of 11 Korody patented a number of his early designs. This one is for versions 1 and 2 of the SOS unit. A flexible furniture piece identified as a coffee table or flowerpot stand, it was registered in 1948. National Archives of Australia, A1337, 26223.
'The Other Moderns: Sydney's forgotten European design legacy'. Edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
3 of 11 'The Other Moderns: Sydney's forgotten European design legacy'. Edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
Hugh and Eva Buhrich designed a set of furniture for the Nebenzahl family in 1940. Drawing on their experience of the furniture of Marcel Breuer and Alvar Aalto they produced remarkably modern pieces at a time when European imports were not available. Nanette Kuhn photograph, 1940, Buhrich Album, Courtesy State Library of NSW.
4 of 11 Hugh and Eva Buhrich designed a set of furniture for the Nebenzahl family in 1940. Drawing on their experience of the furniture of Marcel Breuer and Alvar Aalto they produced remarkably modern pieces at a time when European imports were not available. Nanette Kuhn photograph, 1940, Buhrich Album, Courtesy State Library of NSW.
Telephone or typing chair, 1953. Designed by George Kóródy for Artes Studios. Kóródy’s simple and refined design was
produced in solid coachwood with upholstered leather or fabric seat. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
5 of 11 Telephone or typing chair, 1953. Designed by George Kóródy for Artes Studios. Kóródy’s simple and refined design was produced in solid coachwood with upholstered leather or fabric seat. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
Upholstered armchair, angled coffee table and curved couch, of unknown provenance and now part of the Hotel Hotel Salon furniture. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
6 of 11 Upholstered armchair, angled coffee table and curved couch, of unknown provenance and now part of the Hotel Hotel Salon furniture. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
Hugh Buhrich, 1953, with architectural model. Courtesy of Neil Buhrich.
7 of 11 Hugh Buhrich, 1953, with architectural model. Courtesy of Neil Buhrich.
Lounge chair, from George Kóródy’s Modern Unit range, sold at Artes Studio from 1947. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
8 of 11 Lounge chair, from George Kóródy’s Modern Unit range, sold at Artes Studio from 1947. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
Margaret Michaelis, No title (Female dancer leaning back) 1940–52 gelatin silver photograph image 20.6 x 16.5 cm sheet 22 x 16.5 cm, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Gift of the estate of Margaret Michaelis-Sachs, 1986.
9 of 11 Margaret Michaelis, No title (Female dancer leaning back) 1940–52 gelatin silver photograph image 20.6 x 16.5 cm sheet 22 x 16.5 cm, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. Gift of the estate of Margaret Michaelis-Sachs, 1986.
George Kóródy’s distinctive scissor leg dining chairs, c.1955. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
10 of 11 George Kóródy’s distinctive scissor leg dining chairs, c.1955. Photographed at Hotel Hotel in Canberra, 2017 for 'The Other Moderns' edited by Rebecca Hawcroft.
Hugo Stossel’s 1948 design for Mr and Mrs Eisner, in Warrawee, included extensive built-in furniture to maximise space in the house’s compact plan. The colourful interior was featured in Australian House & Garden in 1951. Photographer unknown. Australian House and Garden, April 1951, © Bauer Media Pty Limited / Australian House & Garden.
11 of 11 Hugo Stossel’s 1948 design for Mr and Mrs Eisner, in Warrawee, included extensive built-in furniture to maximise space in the house’s compact plan. The colourful interior was featured in Australian House & Garden in 1951. Photographer unknown. Australian House and Garden, April 1951, © Bauer Media Pty Limited / Australian House & Garden.

Visual Essays

Hotel Hotel is made up of many layers. Many hands have touched the surfaces that make up this place. Many minds have thought long and hard. Ongoing, we interact with many more people that together make us ‘us’. At times, we find these layers hard to express in words. Seemingly disparate and ephemeral ideas are in fact linked. With these visual essays we try to express these layers as a whole.

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