Hotel Hotel Canberra: Stunning Architecture in Australia’s Capital

Hotel Hotel Canberra is a new modern hotel opened in Australia’s capital. Hotel Hotel is located on three levels of the Nishi residential building, a sustainable “vertical village” that contains within it facilities delivering the best of global cinema, independent book and pop-up stores, music, and local cafés and bars. Designed by Australian architectural firm Fender Katsalidis, in close collaboration with Japan’s Suppose Design Office, the intention of creating beautiful, sustainable spaces has been beautifully executed. The residences are built from recycled timber and off-form concrete, generating an urban-scale interlocking geometrical structure. The hotel is located lakeside, bush-side and only 10 minutes by car to the airport, and a two-minute walk to the city.

Hotel Hotel Canberra

Hotel Hotel Canberra has 68 rooms and also manages 32 apartments. The rooms have taken inspiration from the Australian shack. Clay rendered walls, salvaged oak beds, overhead rain showers, and windows that open. Each room has been dressed with carefully chosen artworks, objects and restored furniture. They reflect the love for the well made, the curious and the comfortable. The hotel has a gym and a library. If you like cycling, you can rent bikes at the hotel, too.

Hotel Hotel Canberra
Hotel Hotel
NewActon Nishi
25 Edinburgh Ave
Canberra ACT 2601
+61 2 6287 6287 — T
+61 2 6280 9032 — F

About Arnon Kohavi

Arnon is a tech entrepreneur and worldwide traveler. He writes hotel reviews and travel guides for Mapplr to help people find the best places and itineraries.