Located on the Moorilla estate near Hobart, Tasmania, MONA consists of eight clifftop pavilions housing luxury suites overlooking the Derwent River. They are only a short stroll away from the estate's winery, microbrewery, restaurant and the Museum of the Old and New Art (MONA), all part pf a AU$100M (€73M) development by maverick art collector and professional gambler David Walsh.
Designed by Nonda Katsalidis, each pavilion is identified by the name of -and contains work by- an Australian artist, such as Brett Whiteley or Charles Blackman, and feature many Walshean touches. For example, the 'Please clean my room' sign read 'I'm a messy bastard', while guests will find a copy of Richard Dawkins "The God Delusion" rather than the usual Bible in the bedside table drawer. All pavilions feature a spa bath, state-of-the-art kitchen and laundry facilities. The bathrooms have under-floor heating. Each living area and bedroom has a TV and an iPod dock.
The Source Restaurant serves breakfasts prepared with local products from small producers. The Cellar Door offers guests a taste of the wines and beers produced at Mona.
Other facilities include an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and a sauna.
• 8 suites
• Unique: Each pavilion has an individual wine cellar.
✅Free parking on-site.
• Hobart CBD: 15-minute drive
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