Bella Vista Motel Hokitika
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Bella Vista Motel Hokitika
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsBella Vista Motel Hokitika
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 TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Bella Vista Motel Hokitika
Travel Blogs from Hokitika
Pohara - West Coast - Hokitika
We took a wonderful shortcut road number 61 and drove through blooming landscape, fruityards. The most beautiful was the gorse blooming, everything yellow, whole mountains yellow.
We stopped at Buller Gorge Swing Bridge and walked over it and rode back by zip line. I didn't like the …
De tijd is aangebroken om de laatste blogpost te maken.. We zijn helaas alweer op het vliegveld van Auckland en wachten tot we kunnen boarden. De vakantie is voor ons echt veel te snel gegaan; we missen het land nu al! Deze post zal dit keer ook zonder foto's zijn, omdat we de camera niet meer op de iPad aan kunnen sluiten. Nu nog de laatste dagen …
... before we went to the supermarket (bought a tub of ice cream to share) and posted our post cards. The rest of the afternoon we spent on the computers uploading photos and went in the "biggest hot tub" (can fit 22 people in it) for about 10mins. Pizza Fest started at 7:15pm ($17 for chips, garlic bread, free drink and unlimited pizza) then limbo started at 9:30pm. Hopped into bed at ...
... of the train, hard to capture in pictures. We think we've got a few between us that will act as a reminder of the trip and we've deleted the ones of trees, tunnels and telegraph poles. The buffet car is actually serving a local delicacy that we can eat, so we each have an Anzac biscuit with our morning tea. They're very nice, a bit like a flat, crisp flapjack.
We stop briefly at the highest point of the train's journey at Arthur's Pass, ...
cafesg>10 February: We left Waimate and headed south. Our first stop was to see the 55million year old Moeraki Boulders. We had been to this beach in 1973...not much has changed, just more tourists. You can take a ten minute walk along the beach to get to the boulders (free), or you can take a shorter walk on a boardwalk and stairs ($2/pp). We walked on the beach. At noon we met Anne and Michael in Oamaru and set off to ...