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The Henry Jones Art Hotel

Artsy property overlooking Franklin Wharf

Back in 1804, the IXL jam factory opened on Hobart’s waterfront; 200 years later it reopened, this time as the world’s first dedicated arts hotel. Each of the 56 rooms blends history with luxury, where the sandstone walls form natural backdrops to the more than 400 works by Tasmanian artists rotated around the space. The IXL Long Bar is a great spot to grab a drink, even if you’re not staying.

 

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