Everybody knows that what defines the perfect holiday to New Zealand varies from person to person. However, no matter what we are looking for there is one common theme which embraces us all – each of us want our time away to be made up of the idyllic and memorable. If you class yourself as someone seeking the finer things in life you will be delighted to hear that the wonderful luxury lodges in New Zealand will not disappoint.
If your holiday must-have list features the words luxurious, ultra-comfortable and beautiful setting then your search for the perfect holiday accommodation is well and truly over. World Travel with Bridge works closely with some of the classiest lodges in New Zealand such as the world famous Huka Lodge built close to the stunning Huka Falls. Additionally, we work with two specialist companies with a portfolio of the country’s best to choose from.
‘Cloud 12’ and ‘Boutique Hotels and Lodges of New Zealand’ feature an eclectic range of boutique lodges, villas and hotels, each hand-picked for historical, architectural, artistic or cultural qualities. All offer a certain standard of luxury and a setting sure to inspire and take your breath away but otherwise each is very different. Whether you are looking for cool urban chic or tranquil hide-away retreat, Boutique Hotels have it all with city, lake, mountain, bush and beach settings all in the mix, across both the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
For many travellers, New Zealand represents the ultimate getaway; an unmissable combination of natural beauty, fabulous beaches and compelling cities and towns. New Zealand is packed with experiences, and there’s no reason why your accommodation itself shouldn’t feature among them. Sure, you can book into any number of fancy hotels in Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington or Auckland, but both South and North Island offer alternatives that are a cut above your average accommodation that will make your stay unforgettable.
Take a peak at just some we have listed below.
Huka Lodge – front terrace, Taupo. Even if you don’t stay there, it’s definitely worth afternoon tea and biscuits! One of the many wonderful lodges in New Zealand.
Huka lodge from another angle – not a bad view eh? Lodges in New Zealand are unlike anywhere else in the world.
Cape Kidnappers lodge bedroom…the one we stayed in, like being back in Africa – tastefully decked out, full of character and style.
Helicopter trip over Wharekea lodge, Wanaka. Most lodges offer all manner of adventure activities from bird watching to quad biking.
Treetops, Rotorua – indeed a very ‘grand room’ total luxury in a homely and characterful style.
The beautiful Blanket Bay, Queenstown, one of the best lodges in New Zealand – the perfect place for a honeymoon!