New Zealand invests in unique Kiwi housing | Tourism New Zealand

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Over the past two years, New Zealand has invested in new hotels and accommodation options to suit all visitors. International visitors can sleep in a forest, on a farm, in a vineyard or in the luxury of the city center.

Don’t miss the impressive range of new accommodation options that are uniquely New Zealand. These include:

The eco-responsible Brito Mart Hotel (AUCKLAND)
Stay at New Zealand’s greenest hotel. New boutique option The Britomart Hotel has been awarded a 5 green star rating for design. It offers 99 beautifully designed rooms, located in the middle of Auckland’s bustling Britomart fashion shopping district and incredible food and drink options.

The big brand Park HyattAuckland (AUCKLAND)
If you’re looking for 5-star luxury from an internationally renowned brand, head to the Park Hyatt on Auckland’s waterfront, with stunning harbor views. It offers 195 rooms, four restaurants and bars, versatile event spaces, a day spa, a 25-meter infinity pool, and a full fitness center.

The epic pit stop epic camp (WOOD TRAIL)
Located in Piropiro in the Pureora Forest Park, just halfway up the Timber Trail, Camp Epic is the perfect overnight option for cyclists on the scenic bike path. Surrounded by native forest, guests sleep on comfortable beds in 14 fully-equipped luxury canvas tents, with a camp kitchen, fire pit and on-site toilet block.

The glam farm stay oneTe Awa Glamping (KING COUNTRY)
Te Awa Glamping is located on a working sheep and beef farm. Wake up surrounded by 320 hectares of rolling hills with the Whanganui River at your feet. Arrive by jet boat, canoe, plane or road and stay in this stylish custom-built tent with king bed, fully functional bathroom and kitchenette, and solar power.

History The old post house (RUAPEHU)
In 2021, the iconic 100-year-old Ōwhango Post Office underwent a comprehensive 8-month renovation. Offering a 1920s Art Deco style with 2020s amenities, the Lodge sleeps 18 and offers easy access to the Ruapehu District’s outdoor activities, from mountain biking to hiking, skiing, fishing and hiking. the hunt.

The glass boxKokomea PurePod (KAPITI COAST)
This luxurious eco-glass capsule sits on a nursery of vineyards and olive trees with beautiful views of Kāpiti Island, offering guests privacy, tranquility and spectacular sunsets. Bring your own provisions or pre-order a delicious food basket for breakfast and dinner. It’s the last of seven PurePods in an idyllic setting around New Zealand.

The artistic aThe observatory hotel (CHRISTCHURCH)
Beyond the neo-Gothic walls of Christchurch’s iconic Arts Center lie the bright colors and luxury of the Observatory Hotel. Situated on the site of the observatory tower that once housed astronomy and physics, it has 33 rooms adorned with local artwork, a gym and a health club. form, meeting rooms and the elegant Library Bar.

The happy hour one – The dairy private hotel (QUEENSTOWN)
One of two new Naumi boutique properties in central Queenstown, The Dairy Private Hotel began life as the resort’s original ‘dairy’ (corner grocery store) in 1920 before a stunning revamp. Relax in the sumptuous lounge where complimentary drinks are served every evening between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., or take advantage of the private library or the outdoor jacuzzi.

That of the geo-dome – Cross the hill (LAKE HAWEA)
High country hospitality at its finest, these unique geodomes located in the foothills of Glen Dene resort offer a 40m² interior with a 30m² terrace, modern bathroom and small kitchenette. Additionally, all guests have exclusive access to Cross Hill Lodge, with its outdoor hot tub, dining room, whiskey room and massage room.

That of the vine – Gibbston Valley Lodge & Spa (OTAGO CENTRAL)
Just 20 minutes from central Queenstown, the luxurious new Gibbston Valley Lodge and Spa offers 24 upscale villas. Treat yourself to a ‘vinotherapy’ beauty treatment at the on-site spa, followed by a dip in a hot pool. Add an essential wine experience, including a tour of the Gibbston Valley Cellar, Vineyard, and Grotto, with private tasting.

Find out more at newzealand.com

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