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113-119 Lake Rd, Koutu, Rotorua

Minutes from Rotorua's lake front and city centre.

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Grand Hotel Rotorua

Grand Hotel Rotorua

1130 Pukuatua St, Rotorua

Comfortable, secure, studio rooms with ensuite bathrooms, colour TV, tea & coffee-making facilities right in the heart of Rotorua city.... More Info

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Blue Lake TOP 10 Holiday Park

Blue Lake TOP 10 Holiday Park

723 Tarawera Rd, Rotorua

For your next stay in Rotorua, visit the beautiful Blue Lake TOP 10 Holiday Park. Situated adjacent to the picturesque Blue Lake (Lake... More Info

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Gwendoline Court Motor Lodge

Gwendoline Court Motor Lodge

Cnr Gwendoline & Fenton Sts, Rotorua

The motel comprises 17 well-appointed suites, centrally heated throughout and capable of sleeping 1-5 guests. Each upstairs bedroom is fully... More Info

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Ashleigh Court Motel

Ashleigh Court Motel

337 Fenton St, Rotorua

13 attractive units serviced daily; 8 studios (5 x sleep 2, 2 x sleep 3, 1 x sleeps 4), 5 x 1-bedroom family units (sleep 2-5). Fully equipped... More Info

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Boulevard Motel & Restaurant

Boulevard Motel & Restaurant

Cnr Fenton & Seddon Sts, Rotorua

Central location - just a 5-minute walk to the city centre, shops and restaurants. A motel of atmosphere and charm, with 1, 2 and 3-bedroom... More Info

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Ace Motor Lodge

Ace Motor Lodge

319 Fenton St, Rotorua

Ace Motor Lodge offers clean and tidy budget accommodation and very reasonable room rates. We are central to a wide range of tourist... More Info

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Arista of Rotorua

Arista of Rotorua

296 Fenton St, Rotorua

Arista of Rotorua has a perfect location to take full advantage of what Rotorua has to offer with your limited time while providing a... More Info

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Havana Motor Lodge

Havana Motor Lodge

1078 Whakaue St, Rotorua

Let us welcome you to Rotorua's most central motel, situated opposite Queen Elizabeth Hospital, just off the main thoroughfare away from... More Info

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10 Victoria Lodge

10 Victoria Lodge

10 Victoria St, Rotorua

Victoria Lodge is a stylish boutique 4 star motel in Rotorua, offering clean, comfortable, self-contained two bedroom spa treatments and... More Info

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Lakefront Resort Rotorua & Troutbeck Lodge (Jack & Dis)

Jack & Di's Lakefront Resort is set in an acre of gardens which is facing the beautiful Lake Rotorua, and just a stone's throw away is Waiteti... More Info

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Rotorua Motels (Self-Contained) - Accommodation. If you are looking for comprehensive travel information for Rotorua Motels (Self-Contained) including Motel and Motor Lodge, you will find it here on AA Travel.

Motel accommodation is great for independent travellers. If you like to have the option of cooking your own meals, doing your own laundry and having the essential comforts of a home while staying in Rotorua, motels are the best form of accommodation. There is a huge variety of motels all around the country, from the top of the North Island to Stewart Island, and a range of prices to suit most budgets. You'll find motels in main cities, along main travelling routes and near popular tourist attractions, as well as in off-the-beaten-track scenic locations. Most motel units have self-catering facilities with fully equipped kitchens. They also have a phone, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities and a private bathroom. They have made-up beds with all bedding supplied, and car parking. Breakfast (at an additional cost) can usually be ordered the previous night for delivery to the unit if required.

The city of Rotorua can be a relaxing destination, with world-class thermal spa facilities, tranquil lakes, renowned golf courses and spectacular scenery to explore. But if it's thrills and action you're after, you've come to the right place. Whether it's rafting, jet-boating, off-roading, luging, soaring through the sky in a giant swing, tumbling downhill in a plastic bubble called a Zorb, or blazing through the forest on a mountain bike, Rotorua certainly knows how to give you an adrenalin rush.

The kids will definitely love Rotorua too. Exotic wildlife, animal encounters, horse riding, hot pools, fun tours, cool rides and lots more are guaranteed to create a fun family trip!

Combine all of this with Rotorua's wondrous geothermal landscape, cultural experiences and historical sites to explore, and you have one great location for a fun-filled holiday. With so much to see and do, it's little wonder that Rotorua is consistently one of the most visited tourist destinations in New Zealand.

How thermal activity came to Rotorua

Maori believe that Rotorua owes its thermal attractions to an early spiritual leader from the Te Arawa tribe, Ngatoroirangi. In Maori mythology, when the great waka (canoe) Te Arawa arrived in Rotorua, Ngatoroirangi had to stand on the summit of what is now Mt Tongariro in order to claim the surrounding land for his tribe.

As he reached the top of the mountain, he almost died from the icy wind and the cold. To save himself from the cold, he sent a prayer to his sisters in Hawaiki (where, according to Maori folklore, the Maori people originated).

They responded, sending fire demons to his aid. These demons cut across the ocean, surfacing at White Island, Rotorua and Taupo before reaching Ngatoroirangi and freeing him from the lethal cold, leaving a geothermal trail where they had travelled and giving these places the thermal activity that can still be seen today.

Rotorua has a thriving cultural community whose art and crafts reflect the vibrancy and spirit of the people. These are practised here in the form of wood, greenstone and bone carvings, weaving and ta moko (tattooing). These art forms have been practised here for around 800 years, and we all know that practice makes perfect! Pick up something ready-made at a souvenir shop, or see it being created at a Maori village.

There is an amazing selection of accommodation in Rotorua: luxury lodges, suites, apartments, self-catering motels and motor inns, bed & breakfasts, backpackers, and holiday parks offering budget accommodation, campervan and campsites. Seasonal discounts may apply and pet-friendly accommodation is available in Rotorua by arrangement. Some holiday parks also sell fishing licences.

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Rotorua: The city of Rotorua can be a relaxing destination, with world-class thermal spa facilities, tranquil lakes, renowned golf courses and spectacular scenery to explore. But if it's thrills and action you're after, you've come to the right place. Whether it's rafting, jet-boating, off-roading, luging, soaring through the sky in a giant swing, tumbling downhil... Read More

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