Holiday Inn Rotorua

Address: 10 Tryon Street, P.O. Box 6220, Rotorua, North Island, 3201, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 10 Tryon Street, P.O. Box 6220, Rotorua, is near Wai-o-tapu Thermal Wonderland, Tamaki Maori Village, Polynesian Spa, and Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Rotorua

Reviewed by australblog

Good value

Reviewed Feb 18, 2014
by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

Comfortable, clean room, great breakfast, good dinner menu, heated pool and two hot tubs. Friendly and helpful staff. Not walking distance into town, but has shuttle service. Free wifi

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Reviewed by rmlkent

Nice place....

Reviewed Dec 21, 2013
by (16 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

Great room, in a good spot. A little bit removed from the downtown, but not so far to be a big deal. Love looking out to see the steam coming up from the ground.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Rotorua

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Rotorua, the volcanic wonderland

A travel blog entry by australblog on Feb 18, 2014

The Rotorua area is known for its geothermal features. Several volcanic eruptions have left the land dotted with volcanic lakes, fumaroles, steam vents, bubbling mud pools and after many years of recovery, lush vegetation. We toured the forest reserve with a naturalist guide. After the tour we had lunch with a Maori family in a small village that …

A Traditional Turn

A travel blog entry by helen.ansell.13 on Nov 12, 2014

... unexpectedly at dinner in front of 200 people!), how to weave from reeds and watching the locals perform a show and demonstrate some of their traditional games. Our dinner was cooked in the traditional earth oven - hole in the ground with hot rocks below that food cooks over for several hours.After dinner, the 200 people went home and we lucky 20 stayed on with wine and beer in the hot tubs until 2am ...

Farm Life - Take 2

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Oct 06, 2014

117 photos

... tour, with the best bits being the bones of the now-extinct moa bird, and the bones of a cow that probably fell into the cave from one of the holes leading to the surface. The second cave had the glow worms – Spellbound had exclusive rights to this cave and it has by far the most worms in the area. A glow worm is not actually a worm at all, but some type of gnat. They live for around 300 days in the larvae stage (the glowing bit) and then about 3 days as ...

To the Volcanoes!

A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Apr 01, 2014

12 photos

... any modern tools. The decorative carvings on the boat all have special meaning for the warriors as they head off to battle. We then get to Sulfur Point and it doesn't take you very long to figure out how it got its name if your sinuses are clear. The Rotorua area is the world's youngest geothermal system. Our walk takes us by the Museum, a beautiful Victorian structure, the lawn bowling greens and then several geothermal mineral pools. One of the pools is ...

Rotorua

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Feb 25, 2014

9 photos

... 8211; but it looks miles away! Still, our sports tracker is saying around 7km to go, and it’s mostly downhill now, so we should get there within a couple of hours. However, we notice a discrepancy between our GPS-based sports tracker and the official marker poles – we seem to actually be doing more distance than is officially stated, which is a bit demoralising! The path traverses down the steep slopes of the northern side of the volcano and even more ...