Destinations in New Zealand

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in New Zealand

— Christchurch, New Zealand

(Rated 9.4, 23 reviews)
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The Establishment Boutique Accommodation offers luxury, air-conditioned suites in Christchurch. Guests can enjoy a garden, a guest lounge with a TV an ...

— Christchurch, New Zealand

(Rated 9.3, 203 reviews)
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Originally built in the 1880s, Merivale Manor offers elegant and luxurious hotel with free WiFi access. Christchurch city centre is only a 5-minute dr ...

— Auckland, New Zealand

(Rated 9.2, 306 reviews)
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This stylish boutique hotel in the heart of Auckland CBD (Central Business District) is a short walk from the Viaduct Harbour and the Sky Tower. It of ...

— Auckland, New Zealand

(Rated 9.2, 3 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Auckland.Located in the lively uptown area near Upper Queen Street and Karangahape Road, Cordis, Auckland is surrounded by a v ...

— Christchurch, New Zealand

(Rated 9.2, 9 reviews)
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In the Christchurch City-Centre district of Christchurch, close to Victoria Street, Funky Urban Apartment features a garden, free WiFi and a washing m ...

— Auckland, New Zealand

(Rated 9.2, 2 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Auckland.Located on the iconic Quay street, M Social offers hotel in the heart of Auckland. Free WiFi is featured throughout t ...

— Auckland, New Zealand

(Rated 9.1, 642 reviews)
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Located at the Viaduct Basin Entertainment Area, surrounded by restaurants and bars, this hotel boasts beautiful views of Viaduct Harbour Basin. Leisu ...

New Zealand - The Land Of The Long White Cloud

New Zealand is a small island nation home to around 4.5 million people, and is well known for its rugby, indigenous Maori culture and stunning landscapes. Most trips to NZ start in Auckland, the largest and most culturally diverse city in the country. Auckland is a vibrant metropolitan city with both urban and natural adventures. No matter where you go you're never too far from the cities beaches, bush walks and cycling tracks. If you're a lover of culture, definitely check out the international music concerts, art galleries and retail therapy Auckland has to offer. NZ is also well known for its beautiful beaches and surf. Especially in the North Island, home to Raglan - NZ's best surfing spot, and Mount Maunganui a popular beach on the east coast which is always buzzing and hosting various music and sporting events. If you're a Lord Of The Rings fan you can experience Middle Earth in real life. The movie was famously filmed in NZ and tourists still flock to over 150 different locations that were used in the movie. You also have to watch a game of rugby while you’re in New Zealand. Rugby is NZ's national sport and the kiwis (locals) are crazy about it.

Travel New Zealand

Take In The Incredible Scenery At Fiordland National Park

Fiordland National Park is a World Heritage site and is home to some of the most spectacular scenery and views you’ll find anywhere. Visitors can explore the cascades, lush rainforests and rolling mountain peaks. The park is also home to some of NZ’s best walks, including the famous Milford Track. Visitors can also enjoy the beauty of the park by sea (kayaking) or air (helicopter ride).

Visit New Zealand And The Bay Of Islands In Auckland

Just 3 hours drive north of Auckland, the stunning Bay Of Islands is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the NZ. Home to more than 144 Islands, the glistening bay is perfect for sailing and yachting. The wildlife population is also thriving, home to penguins, dolphins whales and more.

Redefine Excitement and Adventure In Queenstown

Known as New Zealand’s adventure capital, Queenstown is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. Whether it’s bungee jumping, jet boating, paragliding, mountain biking or downhill skiing (to name a few) - adrenaline junkies will be in heaven in this part of NZ. As well as the adventure and sporting activities, Queenstown also offers luxury in the form of first class spas, hotels, restaurants and retail stores.

Tips And Travel Information For New Zealand

Money The currency in New Zealand is the New Zealand dollar (NZD). Credit and charge cards are widely accepted in NZ. Visa and MasterCard are more often accepted by general merchants. Cash is also readily accepted at most shops and attractions. Getting Around Taxi’s, shuttles and buses are great forms of transport in New Zealand. Ride sharing apps like Uber are also available in the main cities like Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin. Hiring a vehicle is also a viable option if you’d prefer more freedom. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Dec - Feb) Moderate (Mar - Apr) Quiet Season (May - Aug) High season in New Zealand arrives between the months of December and February. During this time the sun is out and the beaches are packed. It’s also recommended you book ahead for accommodation. Low season is between May and August. During this time is great for skiing and snowboarding, especially around mid June.

Find Boutique Hotels In New Zealand

Stay somewhere equally as memorable as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in New Zealand.