Top New Zealand Hotels providing seasoned Staycationers
Due to the pandemic and lockdown, Staycations have become popular among the Indians so much so that it is here to stay. Now, when more and more companies are offering permanent work from home for their employees, Indians are searching for more and better staycationers. Though they are discerning about the quality of accommodation and hospitality.
With the opening of the border now, will the country that is known for its hospitality, New Zealand be able to attract more Indians to their favorite staycationers. Let us know about the six hotels cum staycationers that have been newly opened, guaranteeing style and comfort.
The Hotel Britomart is located at the downtown waterfront of Auckland and has been awarded a 5-star standard. It is the country’s one of the most eco-friendly hotels and is stylish, charming, and covered in lush greens. The hotel provides some breathtaking views of the Waitematā Harbour and has a restaurant, Kingi, just next door. Hotel Britomart serves up delicious seafood, as it is located in the atmospheric laneway of the heritage Masonic House.
The Muse Art Hotel is located in a restored heritage building in Christchurch and is a boutique 40-room hotel. The hotel follows an artistic theme and each of the five hotel floors assigned to a local Christchurch artist to express their creativity through mural art.
Hotel Fitzroy is a restored landmark villa in Ponsonby which has been carefully turned into boutique accommodation. The hotel is a perfect luxurious escape from reality. Here you can be pampered with curated experiences for refined relaxation. There are also custom experiences for the guests like tailored activities or dedicated host service.
Ataahua Lodge is an Italian-inspired luxurious hotel located in the Ohariu Valley. The Māori word for ‘beautiful’, Ataahua Lodge has Venice-inspired bedroom suites to enjoy your morning coffee. And, get yourself an afternoon soak in the spa pool or swimming pool.
Pipinui Point is a romantic getaway as the guests get to view sunrise dawns over 1600 acres of coastal farmland, and waves break on the rocks below this cliffside retreat. The hotel is situated on a cliff of 250 meters above the Tasman Sea offering luxurious accommodation near central Wellington.
At Te Koi the Lodge at Bronte, guests can expect the warmest of Waimea welcomes. The lodge is owned by husband-and-wife, Ian and Ali: a former restaurateur and a professional chef. The Bronte Peninsula offers spectacular views of the Waimea estuary and surrounding greenery. Also, you get to explore the Abel Tasman national park, the bucolic winelands, and South Island’s dazzling beaches.