Bluewater Hotel

Address: 10 West Quay, Napier, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 10 West Quay, Napier, is near Cape Kidnappers, Marine Parade, Hawkes Bay Museum, and Te Mata Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Napier

    Thursday 11th

    A travel blog entry by petes.van on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... I went the wrong way and missed the peninsula. There are ‘No camping’ signs and dogs must be kept on a leash – boring. At 2.24pm the first rain of the holiday hits the windshield, it’s gone in 2 minutes. The wind is up too. There are 2 roads on the peninsula heading east and south, both dead ends. To the east is Mahia, while south on the other side of the landmass is Mahia Beach – confusing. I decide to go to Mahia first, and finish at Mahia ...

    Wherever you wander, there's no place like home.

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments

    ... I borrowed one when it got cold in Madrid, and have been on the lookout for a decent one since then) One of the things I have noticed the most about New Zealand is how much we are a cashless society. I haven't bothered to get out any cash to spend and have realised that here it is possible to live with just a plastic card to purchase anything, anywhere. This means that you don't have to carry around a pocket full of change everywhere ...

    The Rotorua Taupo Napier Blog!

    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Jun 17, 2014

    17 photos

    On the road again!

    Our kiwifruit packing time has come to an end and, having spent enough time in the Tauranga area to have seen everything we wanted to see, we didn’t stick around too long afterwards. Instead we went for one last walk around the now-familiar estuary, packed our bags into the car, and said our goodbyes to the area and the friends we had made there.

    Our wandering wheels first took us ...

    The art deco town

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 23, 2014

    We woke to clear skies: the rain had moved away overnight. We could see the bay, Hawke Bay and saw something very familiar. A huge cruise ship. It had two pilot boats beside it and was turning to reverse up to the quay side in the docks. We expected that Napier would be very crowded once the passengers had disembarked for the day. We drove into the town and headed for the information centre and sure enough large numbers of security pass ...

    The Great Gatsby Meets Middle Earth (Napier)

    A travel blog entry by lizzyian on Feb 21, 2014

    2 photos

    ... definitely informative but the tasting was a bit wasted on me as I generally put wine into four categories: red, white, nice and not nice. It didn't help that we were on a tour with three connoisseurs who were studying wine and seemed to delight in finishing our guide's sentences for her. But I got some wine out of it so hey ho.

    A fantastic discovery we've made in Napier is that Dominos pizza here in New Zealand is weirdly cheap. It also has the most amazing ...