Kingsgate Hotel Autolodge Paihia

Address: 104 Marsden Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 104 Marsden Road, Paihia, is near Kings Dolphin Cruises, Paihia Harbour, Waitangi National Trust & Treaty House, and Carino Sailing & Dolphin Adventures.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKingsgate Hotel Autolodge Paihia

      Reviewed by turutia

      Everything is as it should be

      Reviewed Dec 7, 2010
      by (2 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      There are many places to stay in the small community of Paihia and the Kingsgate is a fine choice. It is on the main road next to the water, has lovely big rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, and best of all free breakfast. Not just continental breakfast, the whole shibang of a breakfast with meats, eggs, toast, cereal, fruit, juice, coffee, etc...

      The rooms offer the anonymous feel of motel rooms anywhere and so once inside you can forget where the room is actually located, this is a plus or minus depending on your preference.

      Would recommend it for those needing or desiring a quiet, clean, spacious room with electrical outlets located in the right places.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Kingsgate Hotel Autolodge Paihia

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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