NOTE 1.1 - Moss, Salamanca Place, Hobart
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Note 1.2 - Tourist Bureau, Hobart, c1870
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Note 1.3 - Lake Seal, Mt Field National Park
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Note 1.4 - Wildflowers of Tasmania, Margaret Ann Hope, 1880
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Note 1.5 - The Lounge
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Note 1.6 - Fern Green
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Note 1.7 - Moss 25
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COVID-19

Moss Hotel will be open to receive guests from 13 June 2020. Please contact us to make a booking or use the ‘booking button’ at the top of this page.
Many thanks, The Moss Hotel team

LAT: -42° 53' 20.39" S / LONG: 147° 19' 60.00" E
Note 2 Barn Bluff 1955

Note 2.1 – The Colours of Barn Bluff

Underbrush Green

Snow Green
Leticiaz Green

Our clear commitment to health & hygiene - this is our absolute priority.

  • Increased frequency of common area cleaning – especially lift and door exit touch buttons, stair balustrades and door handles.
  • Hand sanitiser available for our guests
  • Practising physical distancing of 1.5 metres between guests and team members,
  • Contactless payments; cards and electronic wallets only, no cash

We are committed to ensuring your guest experience at Moss Hotel is safer than ever before.

Snow Green
Leticiaz Green

NOTE 3 – PAGE FRAGMENT: JULES DUMONT D'URVILLE, 1883

Note 5.1 – The Colours of Salamanca Place

APPLE LEAF GREEN
MOSS HOTEL GREEN

NOTE 4 – WELCOME TO MOSS

Our prime location is your springboard to the best of Hobart’s rich culture, history, world-famous cuisine and the natural beauty of real Tasmania.

Find yourself in the sensory experiences of a textured and vibrant contemporary arts scene. Indulge in unique gourmet adventures borne of pure air, rich soil and pristine water and then retreat to the comforts of our tailored rooms for pure escapism and respite. Explore untamed wilderness and earliest colonial settlements from our central base.

NOTE 5 - TRADER AT SALAMANCA MARKET

Note 5.1 – The Colours of Salamanca Place

APPLE LEAF GREEN
MOSS HOTEL GREEN

Note 6 – Lost & Found

Our hotel’s location, tucked above the heart of vibrant Salamanca Place, is the ideal spring board to discover the real Hobart and Tasmania. From short jaunts into our pristine wilderness, meandering down side streets and back alleyways to finding the city’s best culinary spots and hearing advice from locals about their favourite hidden treasures, let us share the spots we love in our neighbourhood.

Note 7.1 – The colours of Mt Field National Park

HEALTH GREEN
ALPINE MOSS GREEN

Note 7 - Federation Peak, Arthur Range, 1958

Note 7.1 – The colours of Mt Field National Park

HEALTH GREEN
ALPINE MOSS GREEN

Staying at Moss

Designed with an incredible attention to detail, every element of your experience has been highly considered

NOTE 8 - Bower Room

NOTE 10 - Bower Bathroom

Note 9 – Staying At Moss

Thoughtful touches bring nature or our heritage into your space with native greenery or original timbers and stone work. Be immersed and connected with locally procured mini bars and handmade furniture, cushions and throws. Your sanctuary can be a complete hide-away tucked within 25 or with a sun-drenched balcony overlooking Salamanca Square at 39. Moss has been created within mid 1800’s warehouses originally meant for traders, stores and taverns, so each space is entirely unique.

SEE ROOMS

Note 8.1 – Colours from Moss Bower Rooms

RAINFOREST GREEN
MOSS VALE GREEN

Be immersed in it all