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Over Scenic Hotel Te Pania
Het hotel biedt u een uitstekende service en een mooi uitzicht over het water. Scenic Hotel Te Pania is op loopafstand van het Art Deco centrum waar Napier zo beroemd om is. Loopt u beslist de Art Deco Walk, een interessante wandeling door de stad waarbij u een goed beeld krijgt van de stad en haar geschiedenis. Direct na binnenkomst in de lichte lobby, zult u zich thuisvoelen. Ook in een van de 109 kamers met een moderne inrichting en veel natuurlijk licht, is het prima toeven. In het restaurant van het hotel, The Exchange Bar & Brasserie, kunt u heerlijke gerechten proeven gebaseerd op de lokale keuken samen met de overheerlijke wijnen van Nieuw-Zeeland. Bij een verblijf bij Scenic Hotel Te Pania ligt Napier aan uw voeten!
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Aan Hawkes Bay, één van de wijngebieden van Nieuw-Zeeland. Ook het Art Deco centrum van Napier ligt op loopafstand.
Napier ligt in het wijngebied Hawkes Bay. Deze sfeervolle stad wordt ook wel de Art Deco Capital van Nieuw-Zeeland genoemd en u zult tal van goed geconserveerde gebouwen in deze stijl zien.
Stayed here for a night while visiting Napier.Great hotel and lovely staff. The hotel was well positioned,and had great parking with only a short walk into Napier with good restaurants and activities nearby. The beds are really comfortable and a good breakfast.
"Bring your earplugs!"
We stayed here for two nights. The room was on the 6th floor with a view of the sea (better if you didn't look down & see the construction) and was spacious. Unfortunately, sleeping here is almost impossible. All the rooms run off a hallway so they face the sea but the doors slam and the noise reverberates throughout the floor - ALL NIGHT LONG. And the traffic from the road in front is continuous - better windows are needed. I also found an unused condom in its wrapper just under the bed.
We only stayed one night. This is an ideally situated hotel right in the centre of town. We were on the second floor so didn't get much of a view, but rooms higher up would give a superb view over the sea. Rooms are spacious and light, well equipped and each have a table nd 2 nice chairs to sit looking out of the full length window at the world passing by. We didn't have dinner but there are numerous places close by into is lovely art decor town to eat at. Breakfast was plentiful with lots of choice, though you have to ask for toast The only downside is the noise in the morning. I could clearly hear water running and toilets flushing in other rooms as well as Street noise, some Isuspe the were staff putting green tables and chairs outside. As there is building work going on over the road at the minute builders could also be heard.
"The higher you go the better the view"
This curved sea front hotel echoes the curve of Hawkes Bay. Six floors, the higher up your room is, the better view of the sea. On 217 second floor, we just glimpsed the sea through the trees. A modern hotel, eco friendly with energy saving bulbs and chemical free cleaning. Good sized rooms with two double beds and lovely soft mattresses. To, coffee/tea making, fridge, iron/ board, safe and fridge. Beware, there is a very tempting mini bar with as usual, high prices. We had to add the extra blankets available, as it was a little cool at night, even with the air con turned off. Pets are allowed, with certain conditions and they even can supply a child minder, given enough notice! Guest laundry or dry cleaning and free WiFi every 24 hours. The bathroom has a bath and shower and complimentary toiletries with a little bag for you to take any leftover, home. Dinner was good and breakfast had plenty of choice. It was nice not having to battle a slow toaster, as they brought this out to you on request. Check out at 10am gives you plenty of time to get sorted. There's plenty to do and see nearby, with lots of Art Deco buildings to photo, rent bikes, gannet colony and wine tours and a really good Aquarium. Would have liked to stay longer.
We only stayed the one night on our tour around New Zealand. We were on the third floor which meant no real view of the sea as there is construction taking place opposite. The room was large - great for us living out of our suitcases - and all amenities were provided. It would have been nice to be able to open a window as we prefer fresh air to the air conditioner - but this worked well and wasn't too loud. The breakfast was good and there was a good choice. The breakfast room looks out to the front with a lot of windows so it felt airy. There is off road parking at the back which is handy. We must also comment on the bed - it looked like a duvet had been laid on the mattress to cover the join between the single beds pushed together. This gave the bed a soft feel and slightly humped in the middle. Not too uncomfortable to sleep on - just weird as we felt we might fall off the edge. This plus the construction work knocked one star off our rating - otherwise excellent. Napier itself is a real pleasure with the rebuild in the 1930s making it unique as an Art Deco piece of history. There are lots of examples of the old buildings around and some vintage cars doing tours. We just missed out on the annual festival (this weekend) celebrating the era - which is a real shame - as pictures from previous years showed it to be quite special. There is a good 20 min film of Napier before and after the earthquake in 1931 in the Art Deco centre - which was very interesting and was only $5. Can also recommend Mister D restaurant in town where we had a lovely Valentines meal.
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