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Hokitiki Accommodation

Welcome to 252 Beachside Motels & Holiday Park

Hokitika Motel Accommodation, camper-van sites and budget cabins - stay with us on your West Coast, South Island, New Zealand vacation.

252 Beachside Motels and Holiday Park Hokitika have self-catering Motel units and cottages ideal for corporate travellers, groups or families travelling to Hokitika.

Hokitika is the place to holiday on the West Coast of the South Island New Zealand.

Base yourself at this Hokitika Motel accommodation and explore the West Coast. Travel north to Punakaiki to see the Pancake Rocks and the seal colony at Westport, come back and visit Shantytown. Then travel south to Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier, or the White Heron Colony at Whataroa. Take the inland route to visit the stunning Hokitika Gorge, Lake Kaniere and Dorothy Falls, then take a visit to New Zealands one and only Treetop Walkway on the Rimu Road-Woodstock Road between Rimu and the main highway south. Hokitika is a town rich in Arts & Crafts, boasting the title of Greenstone Capital of New Zealand and is the setting for the Man Booker prize winning novel "The Luminaries” by New Zealand author Eleanor Catton. Come back and rest in your self-contained motel accommodation which has ample parking for bikes, boats and trailers. Campervan Parks and budget cabins makes this a complex which caters for all.

We are only 30 minutes from the Tranz Alpine Express stop in Greymouth.

General Facilities Available to Guests:
  • Laundry and Large Drying Room.
  • Swimming Pool Complex (in season).
  • 200MB FREE WIFI per person.
  • Fax/Secretarial Facilities.
  • Email Access.
  • Fully Enclosed Children's Play Area.
  • Cooked and Continental Breakfasts.
  • Fridge/Freezer Space.
  • Cots and Highchairs.
  • Courtesy Coach to Town Centre.
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Contact Information

  • Telephone: +64 3 755 8773
  • NZ Reservations: 0508 252 252
  • Fax: +64 3 755 8772
  • Address: 252 Revell Street, Hokitika, West Coast, NZ

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