Tuesday, 2 July 2019

Stay in a former brothel and nightclub in Hobart

Hobart's newest luxury hotel has an interesting past, having previously been both a brothel and one of the city's most notorious nightspots. 

Set in the historic heart of Salamanca Place, Moss is a 41-room boutique hotel. 


The latest business venture for the family-owned Behrakis Group, Moss brings the Tasmanian wilderness into the heart of Hobart's culinary and cultural centre. 

The hotel is opening in two stages with Moss 39 now open and Moss 25 to be unveiled in September. 

Guests can choose from four rooms types– Bower, Grove, Grove Balcony and Grove Bath. Greenery features inside through the use of vertical internal gardens and moss. The rooms also highlight the raw timber beams and sandstone block walls within the heritage warehouses.
“I always knew that these old warehouse buildings would lend themselves to a great hotel conversion," says co-owner Peter Behrakis. "It was just a matter of waiting for the right moment - which is now.”


The hotel's mini bars showcase Tasmanian produce and Moss provides easy walking distance to a wide variety of many of the city's acclaimed restaurants. 

Room rates at Moss 39, stage one of the hotel, start at $280 per night for the Bower, $340 for the Grove and $380 for the Grove Balcony and Grove Bath.

www.mosshotel.com.au

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