Self-contained motel accommodation in New Zealand is a popular option for travellers who enjoy the convenience of in-unit kitchen facilities and a private bathroom. Most rooms in a motel also have a phone, TV, made-up beds, with all linen supplied, and car parking. Motel accommodation is nearly always serviced daily, whereas apartments, cottages and holiday homes can be self-serviced.
A motel studio is a 1-room unit where guests sleep in the lounge area. 1, 2 and 3-bedroom units have separate bedrooms in addition to the lounge area, which sometimes has a bed-settee for additional sleeping. Breakfast in motel accommodation (at extra cost) is usually available and can be ordered the previous night for delivery to the unit if required.
New Zealand motel accommodation is suitable for those who want more home comforts than camping has to offer, but will not cost the Earth. Most New Zealand motels are of a high standard and are owner-operated, which means service is usually at a premium.
New Zealand has a plethora of motel accommodation throughout the land, and our website offers you a comprehensive list of motel accommodation that will meet your needs. You can even make motel reservations online!