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Hotels in Napier, New Zealand

New Zealand Hotels / July 12, 2017

Sip aromatic coffee while watching the world go by in a café, or savor the smoky notes of Hawke's Bay's finest Pinot Noir wines, during a relaxed trip to Napier. Optimistic art deco architecture graces practically every street of the city, while vintage cars chug along the coastal Marine Parade, driving you headfirst into a 30's time warp. As one of the warmest, sunniest spots in New Zealand, the surrounding landscape is picturesquely laced with sun soaked grapevines and orchards – best viewed while sagging with a plump harvest of juicy fruit, each autumn.

Accommodations in Napier

Pop the cork off the complimentary bottle of champagne waiting in your 5-star hotel room, or head down for dinner to eat lit by sparkling chandeliers. Napier hotels can provide top-notch accommodation, with gently heated indoor pools and saunas, where you can simmer away any troubles. If you're traveling in numbers, a clean cut apartment will fit the bill perfectly, with gorgeous sea views from every room. Cheaper Napier hotels are also available - if you're going to be too busy getting to grips with the stunning scenery to appreciate the luxury – and comfy beds, WiFi connections, and hot drink facilities are offered by most hotels. Recommended cheap accommodations are Art Deco Masonic Hotel and Scenic Hotel Te Pania.

Sightseeing in Napier

The city's love affair with art deco began after it was struck by a devastating earthquake in 1931, and had to be largely rebuilt in the aftermath. With the positivity of art deco in vogue at the time, the city adopted the style as its own. A walking tour will introduce you to the colors, angles, and old-time charm of more than 140 art deco buildings - including the onion topped tower of the Masonic Hotel. In addition, be sure to visit Mission Estate Winery, birthplace of New Zealand wine, which was established in 1851 French Marist missionaries. If wine tasting doesn't quench your thirst for adventure, there are various other must-visit tourist attractions in Napier, including Napier Beach, Ocean Spa, Centennial Gardens, National Aquarium of New Zealand, and more!

Transportation in Napier

Napier's closest airport is the small Hawke's Bay Airport, which receives domestic flights from New Zealand's international hubs, like Auckland and Wellington. Car rental is available at the terminal, and it takes just 10 minutes to drive to the very heart of Napier. If you're flying to Wellington, the drive up takes a little under 4 hours, and is a great introduction to New Zealand's stunning scenery. Drive through Kaitoke Regional Park's rippling green mountains, or hop on the InterCity bus - if you'd rather sit back and admire the view.