Grand Hotel Rotorua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Rotorua
At $99 New Zealand dollars (£50) this friendly hotel offers great value for money and a free continental breakfast as well.
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... lawns, and serves a very acceptable coffee. Tourists wander all around the gardens and are somewhat bemused by the croquet match, stopping to take photos and asking questions about croquet. The ref comes over and asks them not to interrupt the World Champs! Pete plays 2 matches (3 x 1 hour games per match), but alas loses both. I have a wander around the gardens, and do a lovely walk ...
... clean water hookup and dumping station. We stayed the night there and this morning fay emptied the poo tank for the first time. It was hilarious watching Ben trying to tell her how to do it! She ended up getting **** all over her hands. It was pretty hilarious. While they were doing that, Ben drained the grey water and Liz filled the fresh water tank. I made the bed and washed the floor in our RV, it was pretty gross and dirty. We sweep ...
... yippee, there must be some Maori in me. The dancing and singing was really impressive, very weird to see them sticking their tongues out and bulging their eyes up close! But it was offensive to laugh or smile so we had to try to keep straight faces. I videoed the most part of the dances, so will upload those when i'm back in the UK. The food was so good! It is all cooked in a hole underground where the geothermal heat rises up through fissures in the ground in the ...
... open the gate. There is nothing to see in the centre except for a small decoration boat and a few outdoor tables.
After getting out by the wooden gate, we went to play some puzzles and to the petting farms to see rabbits and chickens. Back to Agroventure, Yvonne inquire about the sky diving in our next destination.
We head back to catch the ...
... We got picked up from the Motel from one of four of their buses at 5:10pm and then head to the Village about 20 minutes away. It starts with each bus load having to choose their 'Chief', who then has to be greeted by Maori Warriors and be officially welcomed into the village. From there we got split into smaller groups where we got to see the 'Maori culture'. For example flax weaving, maori games, Maori language and Poi Poi dancing etc. ...