Australian Holidays

Bare your arts at nude hotel

Jarrod Sierocki

Warning: Nudity. Take a look at the The Art Series Hotel Group’s newest ad promoting the “No Robe” package, which invites guests to “sleep over and strike a pose”.

Adrienne Nicholls poses for a “No Robe” package at The Watson hotel in Walkerville. Picture: Tricia Watkinson.

GUESTS can shed their robes – and their inhibitions – to pose nude or semi-naked for an artist’s portrait in the privacy of their room as part of a package at a Walkerville hotel.

There’s no need to sit still for hours, and even shy subjects can have a go, as guests take their own photos on a tablet unit provided by The Watson hotel in its “No Robe” offer.

Once a guest is happy with the shot, the photo is sent by an encrypted link to one of the hotel chain’s artists, who will complete the drawing in their studio before it is delivered back to the guest. The original photo will then be permanently deleted.

“It’s a little bit fun, something cheeky to do on the weekend with a few of the girls or your …

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