The Henry Jones Art Hotel offers boutique conferencing and accommodation options, located on Hobart’s scenic waterfront. Australia’s first dedicated art hotel, the Henry Jones’ site dates back to 1804. The former jam factory has been transformed into a first-class hotel, designed by award-winning architects Circa Morris-Nunn Architects.
The Henry Jones is furnished with over 400 Tasmanian artworks, presenting an environment in which delegates can experience art in a new and immediate way. With a continuously changing exhibition, the hotel presents itself as a fusion of art, heritage, tradition and nature, with unique exterior and interior spaces.
A popular choice for offsite events in its unique location, The Henry Jones can cater for large events for up to 500 guests in the magnificent all-glass atrium, up to 200 in the majestic Jones & Co Room, and more intimate gatherings of up to 55 in its Art Installation Suite.
The stylish spaces at the Henry Jones Art Hotel can be adapted for events ranging from small meetings to large-scale conferences for 100-plus guests. State-of-the-art facilities, audiovisual equipment, dedicated hospitality team and outstanding event packages are all available, along with complete business facilities.
Stay in one of 56 superbly appointed five-star rooms and suites, featuring historic and contemporary Tasmanian artworks. Grand beams of rough-hewn timber and hand-cut convict stone walls have been preserved, with art adorning the boutique rooms completely refurbished in 2018. An onsite gym, guest lounge laundry and valet parking services are all available.
Eat & Drink
To complement Hobart’s most distinctive accommodation, the hotel’s restaurants and bars highlight the best of Tasmania’s fine food and beverages for a truly memorable delegate experience. The onsite restaurants including Peacock and Jones, Landscape Restaurant and The Jam Packed Café, offer a selection of intimate or premium dining experiences, with café, guest lounge and bar offering alternative venues for delegates and guests.