With the summer adrenaline junkies gone and winter powder hounds about to descend, the best time to visit South Island New Zealand is actually late… Read More »The Best Time to Visit South Island New Zealand is NOW (Autumn)
New Zealand has some of the most spectacular scenery in the world – not just in the wild (or Middle Earth), but in her cities too. So, when you holiday here, it only makes sense to take advantage of those gorgeous views – even from your hotel.
Here are five hotels across the country with calendar views designed to leave you breathless.Read More »Room with a view – 5 NZ hotels that lay on the scenic eye-candy
This year, you’ll find few better places to spend New Years Eve than New Zealand. Firstly, it brings in the new dawn before just about any other country. More importantly, a 2011 that started with immeasurable lows, reached euphoric highs in October when the All Blacks slayed ’em in the World Cup – and they haven’t stopped celebrating since.
So don’t stay at home, gathered around telly, watching fireworks again – get amongst the revellers and say, “Kia ora!” to 2012 at one of many great music festivals playing across the country. Read More »New Zealand NYE festivals – say Kia Ora to 2012
Heading to New Zealand on a business trip? Or perhaps you’ve been given the ‘joy’ of organising a work event? Be it a small board or client meeting, a mid-sized conference or full-scale convention, here are five hotels that help you make, and leave, the right impression.Read More »New Zealand corporate and event accommodation – 5 hotels that mean business
One of the best things about holidaying in New Zealand is the food. It’s so fresh and delicious you almost wonder if the chefs have their own farmyard and stream out back.
Could a holiday with a foodie – or the family – possibly get any better? Maybe – if those Old McChefs happen to be right downstairs from your hotel room — or even deliver to you in bed. Here are 5 New Zealand hotels where the culinary experience is a journey in itself.