Waiheke Island is the second largest island in the Gulf of New Zealand. People who have vacationed here have positive things to say about the island. Aside from boasting some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy on your stay here as well. Tourists can choose from a selection of wineries, soaking up the sunshine at top spots like Onetangi beach, or going on an Eco Zip adventure. For those who like taking it easy, the Waiheke golf club is worth a visit.
When it comes to accommodation, vacationers are really spoilt for choice. Whether you plan on staying for a single night, a week or a lengthy month there is a hotel to suit your personal preference and taste. They are a total of 46 hotels in Waiheke Island, and some of them offer discounts of up to 51%. Hotel rooms start from as little as 12 USD per night in Waiheke Island as well as surrounding areas. So depending on your personal preference, the number of people you are traveling with and budget you will definitely find the right hotel for you. Hotels are rated from two stars up to five stars, and as you would expect, the more stars a hotel receives, the more dollars you will pay per night.
Some of the basic amenities and facilities that you can expect in one of the hotels in Waiheke Island are gardens, self-serve laundry facilities, barbecue grills, luggage storage, free Wi-Fi and free parking, free toiletries, private bathroom and basic homeware such as cookware, dishware, and utensils. Hotels that are priced higher up include luxury facilities such as smoke-free guestrooms, indoor pools, private gardens, refrigerators and so on. Hotels that are priced higher also have designer furniture and accessories, much bigger rooms than budget hotels and have more expensive finishes as well. Ultimately, the type of hotel that you choose will all depend on your personal preference and budget at the end of the day.
So if you plan on taking a family vacation and enjoying and taking in all the sights and sounds that Waiheke has to offer, then you probably only need a place to sleep. In that case, a budget hotel or motel would serve its purpose. However, if you plan on spending much more time indoors, then opt for four or five-star Waiheke Island Hotels.