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Stayed here over a weekend in January for 2 nights in a Two Bedroom Apartment. The views from the room were wonderful, looking down to the beach. We had dinner in the restaurant and the food was delicious, the pork belly salad made a great...More
We had been invited to Waiheke Island to attend a 60th, and thought that as this could be an all night affair we would book on the resort for a few days afterwards for some R and R. However this was not to be the...More
Had a fabulous evening of superb jazz with Mike Field and supporting musicians who were also outstanding, at Waiheke Island Resort. The show was held in the dining room, newly renovated, with stunning panorama of Palm Beach. The meal served during the show was sensational...More
This motel was good value for a family of four in a two bedroom apartment. It is reasonably modern with comfortable beds, and the villas are private and feature fabulous views towards Palm Beach. The staff were friendly at check-in. The only criticism was the...More
We didn't stay at the actual resort but in some attached privately owned villas.
The restaurant was 10 steps from our villa so we decided to eat dinner there
The salmon was cooked to perfection. We had an appetizer too (which I forget ) but...More
US$131 - US$204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Careful_One | Reviewed this property |
You should contact the hotel directly. The hotel is a series of apartments down the face of a steep hillside so while there may be a room near check-in the facility itself has MANY stairs and no elevator. It is a stunning... More
You should contact the hotel directly. The hotel is a series of apartments down the face of a steep hillside so while there may be a room near check-in the facility itself has MANY stairs and no elevator. It is a stunning property with excellent food but it seems to me to be ill suited for wheelchair access
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"Do not stay in the winter season - many of the previous comments also echo our experience."