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- 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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KamerbeschrijvingenRun of House
Beschikbare kamer bij boeking. Kamers beschikken alle over televisie, telefoon, internettoegang, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkijzer en -plank en badkamer met föhn.
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.
Such a beautiful hotel in every way. ... the decor, the service, the food and the scenery is to die for. We had a room overlooking Mt Tongrioiro & the unveiling through the cloud in the morning was exquisite.
"Charming but faded grandeur."
We had a couple of nights here and liked it. Thanks to TA reviews I emailed ahead to request a room in the new wing which was lovely, beautifully furnished with a comfy and huge modern bathroom. Our view was of the car park - plus rabbits playing on the lawn, but had we been given a mountain view wouldn't have seen anything anyway because of the low cloud almost the whole time we were there. Due to heavy rain for most of our stay I think the hotel had a few water leaks there were a few buckets strategically placed around. The main dining room was very grand but the food at breakfast could have been hotter to be honest. We didn't have dinner there but ate at the other more informal in house bistro type place (sorry can't remember the name) and although the food was delicious it didn't look as if it had been decorated in over 50 years, the curtains were faded and water stained and the windows too high up to see out of although they were very draughty! The guests laundry was useful but quite a treck to get to, the in house cinema which changes its film every couple of hours is a great idea but wast open when we were there due to technical difficulties which I think may have been rain related?
"Old style service"
A very pleasant stay over the weekend. Although the hotel is a little tired and old world, it is a great step back in time. Was very impressed with the service from reception on arrival, to drinks and restaurant. A motivated team which is nice to see. We stayed in the motel section at back of hotel as this was all they had left. Had two bedrooms and cooking area, and nice outside area from your room Worth a visit.
"Two nights on springs coming up"
We had booked our room through Walking Legend included in a hiking package and added two nights. As we double checked our booking two days in advance there was some confusion about our booking regarding the two extra nights and at first there was no room but it was sorted out as the hotel had a phone contact with the Walking Legend. The room was on the second floor viewing a roof. Not too good a view! We asked about an uppgrade but that wasnâ€™t possible as the hotel was fully booked. There wasnâ€™t any safety box/ deposit in the room either. The frontdesk has one you can use. When we etered the room it was very hot so we needed to turn the heater down and open the window. Two nights later the bed â€gave upâ€. The metal springs in the matress came up, almost through the cloth! We asked the reception to come and see for themselves. The junior manager agreed it was not possible to sleep in it. The hotel was fully booked so we were offered a room in an adjacent villa just to have somewhere to sleep. We could keep our luggage in the first room overnight. After the hike the next day and at returning from our hike we got a new room; slightly bigger, with a better view and a card from the hotel manager with an apology, and some chocolatefudge, for the inconveniance and trouble with the bed. The last nights we had two good nights of sleep. Breakfast was included in our room package. We had a full breakfast buffet. It had what you expect from a breakfast. Though I wish they had the good New Zeeland camembert! I missed that! We had a look at the plunge pool and fitness room. Not worth mentioning. The pool is very small situated in a small room with no windows, very claustrofobic. Needs an upgrade! In the dressing room at the sauna/spa there was no soap. The fitness room had like 4-5 machines. The hotel needs refreshing and upgrading. Now it is overprised considering what you get.
Having taken one of the less expensive rooms it appeared to make us second class customers. The room had a certain faded elegance but the ensuite was very dated. There was only one lift to serve all the rooms and this is a long way from most of the rooms. The signs within the hotel are quite confusing and it was hard to find the way around the warren of corridors. We ate in the less formal cafÃ© which was average but lacked atmosphere and the service was really slow.
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