Quality Hotel Emerald & Conference Centre
How has this hotel rated in the past?
LocationMap this hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
Photos of Quality Hotel Emerald & Conference Centre
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Hotel Emerald & Conference Centre Gisborne
Travel Blogs from Gisborne
... I have unfortunately chopped Mikes head out of the photo. Like a typical Hayes outing instead of a nice leisurely stroll back to the bottom of the Hill it was time for a little run. A bit hairy scary in the slightly wet and slightly slippery tracks but we all survived in one piece.
Before sunset it was down to the beach front for some more exploring and fresh air. An enjoyable respite from the bach trying to capture the sun ...
... I kept meeting double log trucks heading south and I drove round to the harbour where about 20+ were waiting to be weighed before unloading the logs. The logs are then loaded onto cargo ships and go to China. I stayed at an Airbnb, the hosts were a lovely couple who were missionaries for the Baptist Church in South America and retired back to the city.
Then it was off to Rotorua.
... a cliff top golf course and group of lodges. It is EXCLUSIVE. The accommodation charges are astronomical and it is possible for people to have exclusive use if they so wish. Past, present and future guests are never identified. The estate has far, far more land than is needed for the golf course and. The lodges so once they were all constructed the American was persuaded by a neighbour to turn a large portion of the rest of the estate into a reserve to protect native animals. ...
Woken this morning by the odd rumbling of trucks hauling timber, Gisborne is a loading port for Pine timber to China. The ship being loaded is the Loch Melford and holds 34,000 JAS. The Japanese Agricultural System unit is similar to a cubit. So now you know! It's a lot of pine! Currently about £100 per JAS it is worth £3.4m per shipment! Another two ships are anchored out to sea waiting their turn to ...
Well it was a lovely start to the morning, I pretty much got up, put on my bikini and went straight into the sea for a brisk morning dip. A great way to start the day! However it appeared that we weren't alone on the beach as we had first thought. As we walked back to the tent some random old guy drove up to us on his quad bike and said something along the lines of ' If you ladies want to jump on the back of my quad I can take you to ...