What's the best thing about hotel accommodation in Dunedin? Is it range, price, quality, value for money, or location? How about all of the above?
Dunedin's compact size means that most hotels are close to the centre of town, making it very easy to get around. However, if you feel like being just a little away from the downtown area there are other options. In fact there is something to suit all tastes and budgets. Most of the hotels are small by world standards, making for quality accommodation with personal service at very reasonable rates.
Dunedin offers an excellent range of motels, from comfortable budget units to four-star-plus apartments.
You can choose from two main areas – North Dunedin, which is close to the city centre and the lively university campus, and South Dunedin, which is a little over five minutes by car. Either option has something to offer most needs and budgets. If you don't want to be in the city there are also options available on the Peninsula, in Mosgiel and other rural towns not far from Dunedin.
Backpacker accommodation is a great way to feel the heartbeat of a city - and with most of Dunedin's backpackers lying close to the city centre, the pulse really races.
Dunedin lends a unique flavour to backpacker accommodation with a variety of good-quality, friendly accommodation in renovated heritage buildings, including hostels with a long, colourful and sometimes haunted history. You can stay right on the edge of the city centre or within a few minutes' walk. Alternatively you can head out onto the Otago Peninsula, heart of New Zealand's premier nature and heritage destination
Boutique lodges and bed and breakfasts are aplenty in Dunedin. Some are located in beautiful historic homes that have been restored and refurbished to meet the demands of the discerning traveller, whilst retaining their historical and architectural heritage. The décor and furnishings in many of these properties have been carefully sourced to create a unique experience for guests. Enjoy luxury and elegance at its best.
Dunedin's holiday parks offer an excellent alternative for the budget-conscious traveller. You can pitch a tent or park your campervan in well-kept grounds, or hire a cabin or tourist flat. Some holiday parks even offer backpacker accommodation with shared cooking and laundry facilities as well as recreational areas, they make a great option if you are travelling with children. There are a range of options to choose from in and around the city.
Kiwis love offering hospitality - and then there is southern hospitality, that something special that makes a stay in Dunedin memorable. Many of our lodges are based in glorious Victorian and Edwardian homes that stand proud above the city, while others sit in Dunedin's beautiful hill suburbs. Lodge accommodation provides a holiday experience second to none.
Dunedin offers a wide range of apartment accommodation to suit all budgets and needs. Dunedin apartments offer all the convenience and privacy of staying in a home-away-from-home. Relax with more privacy and space than a hotel room, perfect for an extended stay or corporate accommodation.
Dunedin offers some superb Holiday House options, including locations overlooking the spectacular Otago Peninsula and Otago Harbour, others just a stone's throw away from the world’s steepest street, and idyllic cottages set amongst tranquil, rural surroundings. Relax and take time to explore Dunedin from the comfort of your private getaway.
Treat yourself to a memorable stay at one of Dunedin’s luxurious guest houses or stunning hosted properties.
The city and the surrounding region presents an extensive selection of properties located in charming heritage buildings, hidden rural hideaways as well as centrally located retreats. Whether your stay is to simply recharge your batteries, conduct business or explore our unrivalled landscapes, these properties cater for the needs of every discerning traveller; as a guest you will experience facilities of the highest quality, in warm and welcoming surroundings.
The best thing about the short walk along the main street, is the fact that it can take an afternoon to chat to all the people that you know along the way! ..Dunedin is the friendliest little city in the world!
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