Once summer sets in, you really need to sit back and unwind. Apart from being the hot season, it is a holiday worth enjoying. There are plenty of places you and your loved ones can relax. Beach hotels offer quite a memorable experience. Here are some of the best beach hotels in New Zealand:
Hilton Auckland, Auckland
This is a 5-star hotel with a most stunning view overlooking the ocean and Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour. It is located in a lavish waterfront property in Auckland. The hotel has a unique lap pool with an underwater window and harbor view. Hilton’s guest rooms and suites are quite expansive and furnished in the latest modern designs. Guests also have a wide range of fresh seafood to choose from. Their package includes access to a fitness center and 24-hour concierge. The Princess Wharf complex is 25 minutes only from the Auckland airport.
Acacia Cliffs Lodge, Central North Island
This is a cushy lodge near the Taupo in New Zealand’s North Island. At the Lodge, you get to take in the lush views of Lake Taupo, the Kaimanawa Ranges, Mount Tauhara and surrounding landscapes. Acacia Cliff Lodge has exceptional outdoor facilities. This includes private decks and a lake or garden country yard that comes with each room. Guests are spoilt with lavish private facilities, including rooms fitted with classy furnishings and lavish bathrooms. The exclusive packages also encompass New Zealand’s delicacies and wines.
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel is a hidden treasure located a few minutes from Queenstown. Its exquisite taste in dining and accommodation makes it unique. Its lavish Tower Suite has a dining room, kitchen, living area, as well as an exclusive garden and balcony with panoramic views. The hotel’s 19 guest rooms are also set in contemporary designs. Guests can also enjoy personalized service and relax by the fireplace at the guest lounge.
The Lochmara Lodge, Malborough Sounds
The Lochrama Lodge is an exceptional eco-resort located near Marlborough Sounds in New Zealand’s South Island. The Lodge is set up in the bush where there are no roads so to get to the Lochmara lodge through hiking or cycling across the Queen Charlotte Track. Alternatively, you can take a boat ride from Picton via the private Lochmara Bay. Guests can engage in lots of activities there, including hiking, nature walks, and adventurous cruises. They also have access to a private beach, hammocks, Jacuzzi, and spa treatment.