101 Kokohuia Road
http://www.kokohuialodge.co.nz Phone: 021 779927
An award winning luxury Eco B&B with stunning views of the Hokianga Harbour and sand dunes. Perched above the native bush, and accommodating only one couple, it is sophisticated and private. Relax and recharge to a soundtrack of native birdsong, and fall asleep to the sound of the sea. The lodge has been architecturally designed and constructed highly sustainably. We’re proudly off-grid, producing our own solar electricity and solar hot water. The 1.5 hectares of native bush, maturing orchards and gardens is managed organically. Delicious breakfasts are prepared using home-grown or local produce wherever possible and dinner is available on request.
Princes Gate Boutique Hotel
1057 Arawa Street
www.princesgate.co.nz Phone: 07 348 1179
Offering style & sophistication that depicts a bygone era & a time honoured commitment to service, the Princes Gate Boutique Hotel is not just a hotel but also a Rotorua attraction in its own right. Built in 1897 and masterfully restored through passionate attention to detail, the 4.5 star property is situated in the heart of the city and on the doorstep of the picturesque Government Gardens.
The beautifully appointed accommodation includes 50 hotel rooms, suites and apartments that are individually decorated blending timeless elegance and modern luxury. Complementing the hotel are two restaurants which host live cabaret shows, thermal pools, and guest lounge.
The Resurgence Luxury Eco Lodge
574 Riwaka Valley Road, Motueka
www.resurgence.co.nz Phone: 03 528 4664
Voted 'one of the world's 25 best luxury eco-lodges' by National Geographic Traveler. Close to Abel Tasman National Park for kayaking, hiking, boat trips and eco tours, with easy day trips to Golden Bay, Kahurangi National Park or Nelson art studios, wineries and cycle trails. Select Boutique Lodge Rooms on half-board, or unique self-contained Bush Suites (self-cater or with dinner). Farm-to-table lodge dining showcases Nelson wines and produce. Child-free, smoke free resort with pool, hot tub, sauna, gym, bikes and 5km of trails. Ideal for honeymoons and active couples who enjoy good food and nature. 45 minutes from Nelson airport.
12 kilometres north of Kaikoura
Phone: 0800 KAIKOURA
At Hapuku Lodge you can camp out in style in a tree house built 10 metres above the ground in a canopy of Manuka. Walk through the olive orchard or follow the track through native bush to the beach. Luxury five star accommodation at five star prices.
5 Hapuku Road, Hapuku
www.hapukufactory.com Phone: 03 319 3034
The Factory is just north of Kaikoura and offers luxury accommodation in an old dairy factory with dramatic views of snow-covered mountains on one side and the ocean on the other. In a separate wing of the building, the exclusive, self-contained accommodation has three king bedrooms and a bathroom with open-plan kitchen, dining and lounge. With luxurious furnishings and linen, a log burner fire and heated flooring throughout, as well as a private courtyard with outdoor spa and barbecue, The Factory offers a uniquely decadent stay in a historic beachfront building.
State Highway 75 (next to Little River Cafe & Gallery)
www.silostay.kiwi.nz Phone: 03 325 1977
Usually silos house grain but not at Little River, SiloStay Accommodation provides a four star plus home away from home, especially for couples cycling the Little River Rail Trail. All silos are self-contained, check out the gallery of images on the website to see the stylish fit out and the nifty bike storage. From $180 - $230 per night.
Holloway Road (or Fache Street on some maps)
www.oliverscentralotago.co.nz Phone: 03 449 2600
Olivers Lodge has undergone an authentic restoration, reflecting its significant place in the chronicles of the Central Otago region and its category one NZ Heritage listing. Located in Clyde’s historic precinct, the stone-walled complex was built in the 1860s to service prospectors during the Otago gold rush. The accommodation has been modernised; choose between five Stables rooms, with a rustic character reminiscent of pioneering days; or the six Lodge rooms that showcase elegant contemporary interiors. Alongside the historic lodge and stables, the iconic landmark originally named the Victoria Store, now includes the award-winning Olivers Restaurant and Bar, the Victoria Store Brewery and the Merchant of Clyde cafe.