Collingwood Gables Motel Rotorua

Address: 325 Fenton Street, Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 325 Fenton Street, Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Swoop Rotorua, Rotorua Museum, and Rotorua Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Rotorua

Tourist day in Rotorua

A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Feb 11, 2015

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... head off to the Polynesian Spa. The alkaline pool Whangapipiro (later re-named Rachel Spring) and acidic pool Te Pupunitanga (later called the Priest Spring) have been known and used by Maori for generations. In 1878 Father Mahoney, a Catholic Priest from Tauranga who is disabled with arthritis, soaked in the waters and was ‘cured’- Te Pupunitanga was re-named The Priest Spring. We laze around in the various pools ...

Rotorua - Fart Town

A travel blog entry by chatterboxqld on Dec 21, 2014

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... a park opposite the hospital where there were bubbling mud pools and water holes. The kids couldn't stand the stench and complained the whole time but we did manage to get a few pics with the steam in the background. I am amazed at the wonder of nature and how this bubbling hot water can just appear out of the ground.

On the way back to the hotel we stopped at the local supermarket to pick up some chicken and salad ...

Journey to Middle Earth

A travel blog entry by globetrotters15 on Nov 30, 2014

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... John the host was very entertaining and impressed us with his ability to speak 20 different languages, including some Scottish lingo - "nae bother", "fit like" and "there's a moose loose aboot this hoose"! The night involved seeing the "hangi" which was our feast that was cooked underground and we saw the Maori tribe come down the river chanting in a "waka" which is a traditional war canoe. We watched multiple Maori performances that included singing, dancing, ...

Rotorua & Taupo - more hot steamy things

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Oct 05, 2014

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... This is a Living Maori Village built amongst hot pools and other activity. They use the geothermal features for everyday life, from cooking meals in a box built over a steam vent, to bathing in communal baths heated from one of the hot pools via a crude plumbing system. We joined a tour with a guide that had connections to the village (to live there you must inherit a house or marry someone that has family there), and she explained how they ...

More stunning coastline and a volcanic city!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrswaite14 on Jul 24, 2014


... manuka honey bee hives and the manuka bush. Ben picked too many kiwi fruit and we ended up with a bag full of them... There's only two of us! We arrived at our lovely boutique hotel in Rotorua late afternoon and decided to enjoy their natural hot pool and went out for dinner. On Monday we spent most of the day in the Polynesian Spa, we had an amazing and very unique massage using Aix Spa Therapy which is designed to combine jets of warm water with a ...