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Such a lovely place to stay, the pool and our room had a stunning view of palm beach and the restaurant is great value. Staff are knowledgeable, super friendly and helpful. Love that the resort is run off rain water - very economical :)
Spent a couple of days on the island and based on the more recent reviews, decided to give The Waiheke Resort a go, and really glad we did.
It's really centrally located, a 5 minute drive to Oneroa, Onetangi and Ostend and close to some...More
We booked a 2 bedroom villa which was very nice but the service was so below par I would not recommend to anyone - they had a perc for coffee but no bags; no dishwashing stuff/tea towels/wiping cloths; 2 soup for 4 adults; 8 milk;...More
We managed to score a room over the NZ waitangi long weekend and got a two bedroom apartment with a massive balcony over looking the whole of Palm Bay. Lovely! There was heaps of space, 1 King, 1 Queen and 1 fold out double sofa...More
Great ride over to this lovely Island. Lots of shops & restaurants. Many things to do. We went to the winery on the eastern side & really enjoyed ourselves. Could have easily spent the whole day here. Our bus/tour guide Daniel was awesome. He was...More
US$133 - US$203 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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do you have wheelchair accessible rooms available nov 3rd depart nov 7th 2016
16 June 2016|
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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."