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Park Regis Dunedin

Dit hotel in Victoriaanse stijl is gevestigd in het hart van Dunedin.

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Het Park Regis Dunedin is kleinschalig, maar voorzien van diverse faciliteiten. Ontbijten en dineren kan in het restaurant en 's avonds neemt u een aperitief in de Relish bar. De kamers zijn in boutique stijl ingericht en beschikken onder meer over airco, internettoegang en een kluisje.

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Airco, internettoegang, telefoon, televisie, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar en badkamer met föhn en bad.

Zoals Guest, ruimer.


In het centrum van Dunedin.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Bar
• Businesscentrum
• Parkeergelegenheid

Dunedin is de oudste stad van Nieuw-Zeeland en heeft oude gebouwen in Engelse stijl, een mooie universiteit. gezellige restaurants en bars, en vele kleine kunstnijverheidswinkeltjes.

"Comfortable Central City Location"

We stayed several nights at Wains Hotel. The hotel is old and quaint but our room was lovely and clean and the bed very comfortable. The reception staff were generally helpful and responsive, but other staff seemed oblivious to guests. We did not dine at the hotel so cannot comment - although we did try to go to the Relish one morning for breakfast but nobody noticed we were even there so after 10 minutes we gave up and went to a nearby cafe instead. That's the great thing about Wains - it is just a few minute's walk away from many wonderful cafe's and restaurants and everything the city centre has to offer. Dunedin's climate is rather brisk even in summer - it got no higher than 10 degrees while we were there and the radiator in our room struggled, particularly as the window frame had a small gap which let cold air in. This also proved a problem during two of the nights when the occupants of the next room kept us awake in the early hours of the mornings with their noise and cigarette smoke on the fire escape outside our window. The hotel staff were very apologetic, however it is a shame that certain overseas tour groups do not show consideration for others nor respect for non-smoking rules. Overall Wains suited our purposes and we couldn't have asked for a better location.

"Not our sort of place"

Our three day stay here started badly. After an all day drive, we arrived in the city with a lot of traffic, having to manage the unfamiliar one way system. We could not find the car park entrance, drove around the block and pulled up outside the front door. Only then we learned that the hotel doesn't have an on site car park and there was a charge of 10 or 15 dollars a day. We had to be given a map to get to the car park which has a very narrow entrance, down a slope and is very dark inside. None of this information had been given to us by Trailfinders to whom we later complained. We were very cross. The room we were given required accessed by a flight of stairs and overlooked Princes Street; there is no secondary glazing. It was noisy both from the road and also the corridor as the sleeping area is not recessed and the doors are sprung and bang shut. After one night, we moved rooms to one which was much quieter and had level access. All this detail is provided because this early experience has coloured our feelings about this hotel. The main asset of the place was the reception staff who were unfailingly courteous and considerate particularly M who had to cope with our early distress and did so very calmly. Thank you to her. The second main asset is its proximity to Zucchini Bros, an excellent pizza & pasta place a few doors down. Beyond that we found this hotel very ordinary. The dining room is dark and populated by curiously shrouded chairs. The full breakfast was so so. There were some hygiene issues and there's no service at all at table. Poached eggs were welcome but the toaster was hopeless. The rooms were well appointed and clean though the bath shower arrangement was awkward for someone with impaired mobility We would not return to the Wains Hotel.

"Our stay"

The hotel is centrally located walking distance to city center. Enjoyed the stay will certainly stay here again. Customer service was alright nothing to complaint and neither outstanding. Request for late check out seemed expensive at 20 dollars for half an hour apart from that checkout was smooth.

"First class establishment"

A wonderful heritage building right in the middle of Dunedin. We had a lovely room (112) overlooking Princess Street and with a small balcony. Noise level from street was minimal. Reasonable sized room with fridge, tea making facilities, nice en-suite. Clean and tidy with high ceiling. Good housekeeping and front-of-desk service. Questions we asked were all answered promptly and reliably. Only minor issue is parking - like there is none! Parking outside on street, but as we were there on a holiday weekend this wasn't a major for us.

"Great Central Location"

Good comfortable accommodation in Central Dunedin close to the Casino and café/ bar area around the Octagon. Our room contained two large double beds and an ensuite which was very clean and tidy. Large TV and tea making facilities. The Hotel underwent extensive renovations some 10 years ago and is nowof good quality for the average traveller with double rooms for around $120 per night. Beware of the antiquated lift that must date back years. The Receptionist warned us about the intricacies of operating it and we managed but younger guests would no doubt be confused. When we were checking in a guest heard our conversation with the Receptionist and suggested that the stairs were much quicker which proved to be correct. Only use it when you also have luggage. The lack of car parking is a detracting feature but I must admit this was detailed on the Web Site when we booked. There is ample on street parking adjacent to the hotel. Overall a pleasant stay with attentive staff and comfortable rooms

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