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Whakatane, Bay of Plenty / Rotorua, Motels and Hotels

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Alton Lodge Motel

Your hosts : Alison

Alton Lodge Motel Only a 15 minute walk into town or a 5 minute walk to a small shopping centre that is just around the corner.  All self contained units have personal heat pump/air conditioning. Ranging from open plan studio to a unit with 2 separate bedrooms and an indoor swimming pool which is great for the whole family.
  •   Air conditioning - own control
  •   Self contained units
  •   Indoor swimming pool
  •   Close to Hospital
  •   Close to restaurants/town
  •   Fully-equipped kitchens
  •   Heat pumps
  •   Close to Ohope Beach


Livingston Motel

Your hosts : Debbie & Peter

Livingston Motel Livingston Motel have modern, spacious units, and most of them have their own private spa pools just fantastic for unwinding in.  All units are located on the ground floor with ample parking. The perfect base to enjoy the boutique shops, restaurants and the many local Whakatane activities.
  •   Modern & spacious units
  •   All ground floor units
  •   Ample parking
  •   Most units with spa pools
  •   Access facilities
  •   Close to all amenities
  •   FREE high speed WiFi
  •   50+ SKY channels


Whakatane - Bay of Plenty / Rotorua


Whakatane, the centre of Eastern Bay commerce, is an attractive coastal town situated on the banks of the Whakatane River. It has a vibrant retail and commercial area, which includes excellent shopping, cafes and restaurants.

Whakatane's many attractions can't fail to impress the visitor... from wonderful river and bush walks to the many recreational opportunities on and in the waters surrounding this slice of paradise. Whakatane has a fleet of charter boats, which provide visitors with the chance to dive the crystal clear waters of the Bay, fish for the "big ones", visit New Zealand's only active island volcano, White Island, or swim with the dolphins.

From the dawn of time, this sun-gilded, peaceful corner of the Bay of Plenty has attracted people. It was no accident that Maori travelled vast distances to settle here in one of Aotearoa's oldest population centres. Then as now, the rich bounty of the seas, forested hills and fertile soils could not be resisted. An interesting historic trail that winds through the town points out the many significant points important to the early Maori population.

Those attributes continue to draw visitors from around the globe, but there is more to Whakatane than superb fishing, golden beaches and wonderful tramping and bush walking opportunities. 50 kilometres offshore lies the active volcano Whakaari, White Island which provides a unique and awe-inspiring reminder of the planet's raw destructive and creative power.

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