The Prince Hotel, in Melbourne’s edgy St Kilda suburb, hosts Random International’s Rain Room, an interactive exhibition featuring an 100-square-metre field of continuous rainfall, in its rooftop art space.The Prince Hotel, in Melbourne’s edgy St Kilda suburb, hosts Random International’s Rain Room, an interactive exhibition featuring an 100-square-metre field of continuous rainfall, in its rooftop art space.
The Prince Hotel, in Melbourne’s edgy St Kilda suburb, hosts Random International’s Rain Room, an interactive exhibition featuring an 100-square-metre field of continuous rainfall, in its rooftop art space.

The Prince Hotel in Melbourne scores immersive Rain Room rooftop art installation

  • Interactive exhibition is a 100 square metres of rainfall that stops overhead, giving the ghostly sensation of being fully immersed but untouched by it
  • The boutique property’s 35 rooms have undergone a makeover befitting its Port Phillip Bay beach locale

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The Prince Hotel, in Melbourne’s edgy St Kilda suburb, hosts Random International’s Rain Room, an interactive exhibition featuring an 100-square-metre field of continuous rainfall, in its rooftop art space.The Prince Hotel, in Melbourne’s edgy St Kilda suburb, hosts Random International’s Rain Room, an interactive exhibition featuring an 100-square-metre field of continuous rainfall, in its rooftop art space.
The Prince Hotel, in Melbourne’s edgy St Kilda suburb, hosts Random International’s Rain Room, an interactive exhibition featuring an 100-square-metre field of continuous rainfall, in its rooftop art space.
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