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Alpin Motel

Your hosts : Tinica & John

Alpin Motel The Alpin Motel and Conference Centre provides a welcome difference amongst a sea of motels in Rotorua, the tourism capital of New Zealand. 40 ground floor apartments all with private hot tubs, quiet and private, generously sized and tastefully appointed.  Mountain bike hire available.
  •   40 ground level apartments
  •   Competitive corporate rates
  •   All with private hot tub
  •   Heated swimming pool
  •   Two conference rooms
  •   Pet friendly (some units)
  •   "Mountain Bike Motel"
  •   Unlimited free WiFi


Cleveland Thermal Motel

Your hosts : Brij & Ronette (Owners) Michelle & Ross (Managers)

Cleveland Thermal Motel Cleveland Thermal Motel offers comfortable, spacious facilities with all the amenities you might need.  Excellent accommodation for tourists, couples, large groups and families.
  •   Handy to town & lake
  •   Free wireless internet
  •   Internet ready TV’s
  •   Heated swimming pool
  •   Geothermal pools
  •   Free car parking
  •   BBQ areas
  •   Family playground


Geneva Motor Lodge

Your hosts : Bill & Sheryll

Geneva Motor Lodge We offer our guests superb services and facilities, and are located close to downtown shops and many of the great attractions and activities that Rotorua is famous for. We are only 15 minutes away from some of the best trout fishing in the area!  Whether you are in Rotorua on business or for a holiday, you will find a relaxing stay here.
  •   Handy to all attractions
  •   Interconnecting rooms
  •   Studio, 1 brm & 2 brm
  •   Spacious & well appointed
  •   Spa pool or Spa bath all units
  •   40" Smart TV's all units
  •   2 TV's in family units
  •   Cafes & restaurants nearby


Rotorua - Bay of Plenty / Rotorua

New Zealand's capital of geothermal activity and traditional Maori culture.

Rotorua is situated in the centre of New Zealand's North Island. Its name is Maori and means 'two lakes', named for the lakes on which the city is built. The Te Awara tribe first inhabited the area in the 14th century and traditional Maori culture lives on in the city to this day.

Rotorua is also famous for its Maori culture. The traditional way of life of the local Te Arawa tribe can be experienced in the city at Maori cultural performances and by visiting Maori villages. Other attractions include the excellent trout fishing at the numerous lakes and rivers in the surrounding region.

Whakarewarewa - The Thermal Village,set amidst a landscape of erupting geysers, hot thermal springs and bubbling mud pools is the living village of Whakarewarewa.

Te Puia; New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute Celebration of the culture through customary song and dance of the Maori people which tells stories of the past and describe the intimate link between the land, nature and legend. Local Maori guides will be proud to share with you the beauty and history of Te Whakarewarewa thermal valley. Exploding from the ground up to 30 meters high is the world famous Pohutu Geyser.

Rotorua Golf Club, Arikikapakapa,One of New Zealand's leading courses Situated in picturesque Whakarewarewa, Arikikapakapa is a full 18 hole all-weather links-style and 9 hole "Thermal" course with easy walking and an excellent layout.

The Redwoods, Whakarewarewa Forest One of Rotorua's most beautiful natural assets, The Redwoods and Whakarewarewa Forest is just a five minutes drive from the city centre.Great Hiking and mountain biking and handy to the nearby Blue and Green Lakes.

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