Bella Vista Motel Hokitika

Address: 52 Fitzherbert Street, Hokitika, South Island, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 52 Fitzherbert Street, Hokitika, is near West Coast Historical Museum, Lake Kaniere Scenic Reserve, Jade Factory, and Hokitika Craft Gallery Co-op.
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        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBella Vista Motel Hokitika

        Reviewed by sherrig

        All the kitchen things we needed!

        Reviewed Feb 4, 2016
        by (2 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

        Well appointed kitchenette. The Kiwi's know how to do this well, so that you can easily eat a meal in your room.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by dorisandtoni56

        Good motel chain

        Reviewed Oct 23, 2013
        by (37 reviews) Waidhofen an der Ybbs , Austria Flag of Austria

        This is a chain of motels, we should take more often, because they are always well located and have a good price performance and everything is nice and tidy.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Bella Vista Motel Hokitika

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Hokitika

        Another Unique Kiwi Experience!

        A travel blog entry by sherrig on Feb 04, 2016

        12 photos

        For our two day bike trip, we left our car in Hokitika, packed our little knapsacks with clean clothes for the evening, our lunch and snacks, phones and wallets, toothbrush, pills, clean socks and undies for day 2. We biked on the West Coast Wilderness Trail, it's a four or two day trail, but we did only day 2 & 3 of the 4 days. Wonderful …

        New-Zeland, I Come !!

        A travel blog entry by soldes on Apr 16, 2015

        1 photo

        ... which do 19,4 km and which take 4 to 10 hours, but me, I have done it in 7 hours ! It's next to the Taupo's lake.

        But I haven't gone to The Hobbiton, it's the village of the Hobbit's movie ! It was pure fun, sometimes strange but very funny !

        And of cours, tomorrow, I'll see an All Blacks play at Eden Park ( not the brand, the place ! ) !!!

        I hope you're ok and I wish good holydays ! <3

        In a great lake side location

        A travel blog entry by johnandjerry on Mar 02, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... the only one in town) as the couple there said they aren't going to be open too late tonight...

        (Later) Had a nice dinner of pasta carbonara and Jerry had salt and pepper squid over salad. Very nice little place. Did a little walk by the lake afterward. Have decided to add a third night here as it's so nice. Interesting mix of ...

        Fauna, flora and road kill...

        A travel blog entry by vardamoshe1 on Feb 20, 2015

        8 photos

        ... around the oceans, the most common are the seagulls, They are very aggressive when it comes to fighting for food. We saw some birds of prey dining on road kill. The national bird is a kiwi but it is shy and almost impossible to spot in nature. Of course my beloved penguins. The most common in NZ and Australia is the little blue penguin. We saw a lot of those but we had to drive to where there are known colonies, and are in protected ...

        Punakaiki to Hokitita

        A travel blog entry by priceless on Feb 02, 2015

        25 photos

        ... t mind us parking our bikes in the unit! Just next door to our accommodation is a jade shop. This area is known for jade deposits. We buy ourselves a small souvenir to take home and join their free tour in the afternoon. NZ Jade is quite rare and more expensive as it is not mined. The Jade deposits are owned by the local Maori and can be used if found. Apparently with the glacier receding (who needs evidence of global warming!!) it is likely that more Jade will ...