With such a wide range of accommodation across New Zealand, there's something to accommodate every client request – urban or rural.
Simply let your clients pick their budget and go from there. We've got it all: exquisite luxury lodges and resorts, comfortable backpackers hostels and camping grounds, clean and affordable hotels and more. Or, book your clients a bach (that's Kiwi slang for a holiday house), and they can truly experience what it's like to holiday in New Zealand. Your clients are spoilt for choice.
Motel accommodation usually features a selection of studio, one, or two bedroom units. Tea, coffee and sometimes cooking facilities are provided, and most units have a television. Very affordable, motels are ideal for the more budget conscious traveller who appreciates the ease of a hotel stay.
Motel accommodation in New Zealand, compared to many other countries, is generally of a high standard. Look out for a Qualmark star rated property if you want to be guaranteed a quality stay.
Larger motels can be similar to hotels, often with a swimming pool, spa, sauna, laundry, and restaurant.
Hotels in New Zealand come in all shapes, sizes and personalities. From budget to luxury, there are hundreds of hotels to choose from around the country.
Hostels and backpackers accommodation in New Zealand has a reputation for being clean, comfortable and very good value.
Some hostels only offer dormitory rooms (single sex on request), while others provide a choice of dormitory, double, twin and single rooms. In most cases, bathroom and kitchen facilities are shared.
Apartments are a great option when your clients are staying in a major city or resort town. They can cook their own meals, do their own laundry and enjoy the feeling of having their own space while on holiday.
Bed & Breakfasts
Bed & Breakfasts are a wonderfully eclectic mix of all types of hosts and houses, and this is part of the attraction. By opening their homes and their hearts to travellers who need a comfortable bed for a night or two, B&B hosts are like instant friends you meet along the way.
Renting a privately-owned holiday home is a great way to be self-sufficient. No two homes are the same, and they range from simple cottages by the sea to luxurious lodges in the mountains. And compared to a hotel or motel, your clients will have a lot more living space to enjoy.
Homestay accommodation in a New Zealand home is always comfortable, with friendly hosts who are happy to introduce your clients to friends and other locals.
All domestic facilities are shared with the family, including the bathroom/s, and meals are eaten together too – often including dinner. Homestay hosts are naturally genial characters, and your clients' stay with them will be enjoyably social.
Holiday Parks and Campgrounds
Holiday parks provide sites for tents, caravans and campervans, and many also have simple cabins, self-contained motel units and backpackers' lodges.
Whether setting up camp or parking a motorhome, clients can choose a powered or non-powered site. Easy access to a shared kitchen and bathroom facilities is always part of the deal.
Farmstays are a unique accommodation option if you want a real taste of rustic, authentic Kiwi farm life.
Often similar to a Bed & Breakfast, with a few extra hands-on activity options thrown in, your clients will stay in the home of their hosts. Farmstay accommodation lets people feel like part of the farming family and is great when travelling with a couple of friends or children.
In a class of their own, luxury lodges are extremely accommodating and cater to the most discerning visitor. Have your every need taken care of, dine on fine gourmet cuisine and enjoy the highest standard of hosting and facilities.
These unique properties offer the pleasures of things like spa treatments, private golf, helicopter flights, wilderness adventures and more – almost whatever your heart desires. A New Zealand luxury lodge is utterly luxurious and offers an exclusive, unforgettable holiday experience.
Boutiques and Lodges
Choose from a diverse range of accommodation that encompasses historic estates, vineyard cottages or boutique guest houses, typically providing unique facilities, location, service and guest experiences. Wake up to a spectacular alpine vista or a scenic freshwater lake – boutique and lodge accommodation can be a treat for the night or for your entire holiday.
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