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- Bayview Chateau Tongariro
- Bayview Chateau Tongariro
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Tongariro is het oudste nationale park van het land. Hier kunt u fantastisch wandelen, hetgeen vanuit dit hotel ook uitstekend mogelijk is. In ieder jaargetijde is de omgeving van het hotel dan ook schitterend; u vindt er kratermeren, sprankelende rivieren, adembenemende landschappen en tropisch regenwoud. En in de wintermaanden is het Tongariro National Park 'The place to be'! Het Whakapapa Ski Field is het grootste skigebied van Nieuw-Zeeland met meer dan dertig pistes! In de achtertuin van het hotel start ook de 'Finest one day walk in New Zealand', een van de mooiste wandeltochten over een afstand van 17 kilometer door een spectaculair vulkanisch landschap van gestolde lava, stenen en beekjes en door afwisselende vegetatie. Na al deze activiteiten in de buitenlucht is het heerlijk toeven bij Bayview Chateau Tongariro. De restaurants in het hotel hebben een uitstekende keuken en u kunt heerlijk ontspannen in de sauna of natuurlijk op uw kamer. Wij weten het zeker: een verblijf in het Tongariro National Park, zal beslist een plekje in uw hart veroveren!
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Zoals Run of House, met Super King bed, kluisje, wekker, spa bad, aparte douche en vloerverwarming.
Zoals Superior, met DVD-speler en ochtendjassen.
In de schaduw van drie actieve vulkanen en aan de voet van Mount Ruapehu in het Tongariro National Park.
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Bars
• Verwarmd zwembad
• Golfbaan (9 Holes)
Tongariro is het oudste nationale park van Nieuw-Zeeland. Hier kunt u prachtige wandelingen maken. Vanwege de mineralen in de grond rondom de vulkanen variëren de kleurschakeringen van rood en geel tot zwart en zijn de meren helderblauw van kleur.
"A grand hotel in an ideal location"
There are only two hotels to choose from in the Whakapapa Village of Tongariro National Park. The Chateau Tongariro was built in 1929 in the style of grant hotels and provides a diverse array of room choices and dining options. Our Room (#902) was spacious and offered nice views of the mountains. The dÃ©cor of the hotel is dated and has seen better days. While I was pleased with the comfort of our room, I was very disappointed with the amenities of the hotel such as the 'fitness center,' which is in reality a treadmill and an exercise bike in a small room in the basement. The plunge pool is also very small and claustrophobic. The 'free' Wi-Fi is slow and limited to 1MB of data per day (so forget updates or any media downloads). The two dining rooms within the hotel are okay, but the prices are very steep. The location of this hotel within the park is ideal so brace yourself for some disappointments while otherwise enjoying this spectacular national park.
"Ski Club reunion "
Great venue and top marks for the renovation. Last time there it was a train wreck. There has always been a special place in my heart for embibing in the Tongariro room with the ever changing Vista. Whether with a beer back in the 70's dressed in climbing or tramping gear (minus boots) or a family no ski day when our son had a chat with Sam Hunt to enjoying a good catch up with friends in a more affulentual era it is right up there. Congrats to management for encouragement of staff to rise to potential.
"The Cafe: overpriced for poor quality desserts"
Stopped in for a coffee and dessert in the afternoon. The "Chocolate on Chocolate" dessert of the Day was advertised as Tiramisu, which should have been our first clue as Tiramisu doesn't have any chocolate in it. What I was served was a store bought chocolate Swiss roll served with a bit of mediocre vanilla ice cream.
"Don't miss it!"
If you're going to Tongariro this is the place to stay. Yes, it's faded, a little run down and tired and the staff sometimes seem to need more training, . . .but what an awesome location! The hotel has a charm that you just can't match in a modern chain. It reminded us of the great hotels in New England . .such as Mount Washington and the Balsams . . .and it also had a a little hint of the hotel from "The Shining". There is nothing better than returning to a bit of faded opulence after a day of hiking. Beautiful public rooms, with interesting artwork. Limited gym. Heated pool in the basement area . . not very attractive but welcome after a day of hiking. Hotel food good but a little pricey . .check out the Tussock Bar across the road for good eats at a reasonable price.
"Far from perfect but a great place to stay"
Rather than repeat the many varying comments made by others I will just give our experiences. Given the location the room pricing was excellent for our 2 night stay - this is not a 5 star hotel where you pay $500/night plus - at half that price including a good breakfast it was excellent value. The building looked magnificent with the mountain in the background as we drove up the main road. We were happy to park our own car after dropping bags off at reception - yes reception is a bit tight and given the multinational staff at the hotel there may be some difficulties however this is all part of the experiance. The porter (from Slovakia) delivered our bags to our room. Room was good - cumfy bed, quiet and had a view of the mountain. A good 4 star standard and we slept like logs - maybe that was all the walking. It is a bit of a rabbit warren but that was half the fun. The bar area/billiard room and the reading room were great with magnificent mountain views - yes a bit outdated but too much upgraded and it would spoil it all. The staff were very multinational and sometimes a bit inexperienced but they were very friendly and had some interesting backgrounds - good to chat to. All up we had a great stay with no real complaints. If you want a sterile hotel that is close to perfect then the Chateau is not for you. If you want good accomodation, in a reasonably remote location, at a very reasonable price, with heaps of charm (a la the grand Boodapest hotel), with a great breakfast and position position position then this is the place for you. Highly recommended and we will definitely try to return.
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