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Hotels in New Zealand

Hotels in New Zealand

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This country has so much to offer with a hotel to suit every budget

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Whatever kind of holiday you fancy New Zealand will have something for you

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The Important Stuff

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Fun Facts

The kea bird, native to New Zealand, is known for eating the rubber of car windscreen wipers.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is English.

Currency

New Zealand Dollar

Local Time

12 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Summer is from December to February, when the beaches are packed, the days are long and the nights are mild. It’s the ideal time for the host of outdoor activities New Zealand has to offer, such as walking or biking in the bush. March and April are also great months to visit – when things are a bit quieter and the weather is still nicely warm.
For family hotels, try Rotorua on the North Island. Kids will love the bubbling mud pools and the erupting geysers, features of this geothermal region. You can also visit a Maori village, or give some wood-carving and weaving a go at the Maori Arts and Crafts Institute.Couples might want to find a hotel in Christchurch. You can take a romantic punt on the Avon River, or cycle along its lush green banks. The Botanic Gardens and North Hagley Park are two areas of stunning natural beauty, perfect for a relaxing stroll. You won’t be short of excellent restaurants either, with everything from wood-fire pizzas to fine European fare on offer.If it’s adventure sports and nightlife you’re after, stay in a hotel in Queenstown. Beautifully located next to Lake Wakatipu and the Southern Alps, it’s where thrill seekers come for all sorts of activities, including skiing, jet-boating and bungee-jumping. It’s also got the highest concentration of bars and clubs in the country, from hip indie venues to multi-floor nightclubs.To experience New Zealand’s diverse culture, choose a hotel in Auckland. There are lots of interesting Maori exhibits in the Auckland Art Gallery, and all around the city you can spot walls of graffiti art. There are plenty of green spaces in which to relax, including botanic gardens and nature reserves. Also worth visiting is Waiheke Island, a 40-minute boat ride away from the harbour. Here you’ll find glorious white-sand beaches and plenty of adventure activities to try.

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