New Zealand

Hotels in New Zealand

When you travel to New Zealand, you can stay in international chain hotels like Hyatt, Westin, Accor, Hilton, or InterContinental. Or, you can opt for quaint little locally-owned bed and breakfast accommodations—and everything in between.

SKYCITY Grand Hotel SKYCITY in Auckland has luxurious rooms ranging from King and twin rooms to Executive and Grand Suites. The hotel offers all services and a stunning view of the Waitemata Harbour. Costs range from $300 to $2000/night New Zealand dollars. Luxury New Zealand hotels provide an amazing experience.

Renting at $100 to $400 New Zealand dollars, Queenstown’s Hotel St Moritz offers spectacular lake and mountain views and family-friendly warm hospitality. If you want to stay in sleek, modern surroundings, Bolton Hotel in downtown Wellington rents for between $175 and $455 New Zealand dollars. Hotels in New Zealand are perfect for enjoying the Pacific Ocean. An ocean front villa or hotel offers the perfect romantic vacation. Hotels in New Zealand are perfect for family getaways as well as business trips. Travel + Leisure will help travelers find a hotel that is right for them.

The Altitude: 5,700 feet.

 

The hotel also boasts a winery, restaurant, and pizzeria.

Set on 6,000 acres of lush, rolling North Island countryside and bushland beside the Pacific, the 22-suite Lodge at Kauri Cliffs is one of three luxe lodges owned by the New York-based Robertson family (the others being the Farm at Cape Kidnappers and Matakauri Lodge).

An unpretentious boutique property("dairy" is Kiwi for "convenience store," by the way).

Boutique hotel with minimalist lithographs by local artist Ralph Holere and 53 light-filled rooms, overlooking Hagley Park.   

An extensive upgrade and expansion in 2010 transformed the ground floor of the 82-room Sofitel Queenstown into a Parisian-style lobby and lounge, as befitting Sofitel's Gallic heritage.  The sophisticated property is a quick stroll away from the top-notch restaurants and cafes of the lively cente

The owner designed the inn after his wife asked him to 'build [her] a Greek getaway.'She certainly got what she wanted: the house looks like it could just as easily have been built into a Santorini cliff. The three colorful guest rooms have views of the water, and private patios.