Scenic Circle Bay of Islands Hotel (Bay of Islands)


Scenic Circle Bay of Islands Hotel (Bay of Islands)
Scenic Circle Bay of Islands Hotel

country: New Zealand, city: Bay of Islands (Paihia)

Scenic Circle Bay of Islands Hotel Scenic Circle Bay of Islands HotelThe Bay of Islands Hotel is situated on four and a half acres of well-maintained, park-like grounds. The village with its many craft and souvenir shops and the wharf, from where cruises, fishing and sailing charters depart, is within easy walking distance.
All of 38 chalet style units have exposed timber beam ceilings, giving an ambience of the European theme throughout. Many of the hotel units have their own private balcony, while others open out onto our grassed courtyard or garden areas.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Conference facilities
Dry cleaning facilities
Internet access
Laundry facilities
Lounge
Parking facilities
Restaurant
Secretarial services
Swimming pool
Tour desk
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Refrigerator
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:

Address:
Corner Seaview and Mc Murray Roads
Paihia Bay of Islands


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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