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.
An exclusive 25-room lodge beloved by boldface names for its elegant rooms and premier fishing, hiking, and golfing opportunities.
Though it’s just 15 minutes’ drive from the geothermal wonders (and tourist hordes) of Rotorua, this sumptuous and secluded estate might as well occupy its own private planet.
The hotel is host to a spectacular observation deck.
The understated 172-room hotel sits on Auckland's downtown marina.
The rustic-modern hotel is owned by a veteran park ranger and designed to take advantage of the views. A three-course dinner is included in the rate.
The hotel fieatures private patios with views of the Coromandel Peninsula.
In midtown, the vintage Modernist furnishings at this renovated hotel create a pied-à-terre feel.
The luxe vineyard homestead has huge guest rooms. You can sip local wines on a jetty in your own private bay.
A remote, timber-clad lodge, via a series of gravel roads. Toast the long drive with a bottle of outstanding Central Otago Pinot Noir and chill out on the deck overlooking the inlet and the sheep ranch that clings to the precipitous, pea-green hillside across the way.