New Zealand: Accommodation
Here are some of our recommended hotels. More pictures in the bar on the right.
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Auckland
Well-appointed rooms with views of downtown and the harbour.
Fenton Court Motel, Rotorua
Experienced, friendly staff, rooms have a private spa bath/spa pool.
Fergusson Motel, Tongariro
Modern comfort beside the chateau, with a well-equipped kitchenette.
Halswell Lodge, Wellington
Motel accommodation with kitchen facilities, centrally located.
Heartland Cotswold Hotel, Christchurch
Charming Tudor-style architecture with large, comfortable rooms.
The Terrace Motel, Franz Josef
Well-appointed modern rooms with highly efficient, friendly service.
The Moorings, Wanaka
Chic, restful accommodation on the lakefront.
Heritage Hotel, Queenstown
Charming architecture, tastefully appointed rooms with great views.
Peppers Bluewater Resort, Lake Tekapo
Well-equipped modern rooms overlooking Lake Tekapo.
Alpin Motel, Rotorua
Tasteful, quiet- and each room has its own courtyard with a hot tub!
Hotel Chateau Tongariro, Tongariro
Old world elegance in a beautiful, natural setting.
James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor, Wellington
Comfortable accommodation in the heart of the city.
Colombo In The City Motel, Christchurch
Well-furnished, spacious and immaculate rooms next to the city centre.
Punga Grove, Franz Josef
A peaceful retreat in the rainforest around the glacier.
Clearbrook Motel, Wanaka
Impeccable comfort, full kitchen and laundry facilities.
Distinction Hotel and Villas, Te Anau
Elegant lake-view rooms surrounded by lovely gardens.
BreakFree The Waterfront, Queenstown
Welcoming, trendy and right by the lake.
Scenic Resort, Lake Tekapo
Extremely comfortable, attentive staff and unbeatable lake views.
Kaikoura is a place of startling, rugged beauty, with mountains coming down to meet the sea on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island. The area's geography and the upwelling ocean currents around it also make it a hotspot for marine wildlife. It's the perfect place to see fur seals, whales, dolphins... and eat some delicious crayfish!
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