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Breakfast on the Beach - Oneroa Hotels

Breakfast on the Beach

34 The Esplanade, Oneroa - Map
 
 
A very enjoyable 2 nights but a little overpriced in my view despite high quality accommoidation and breakfast.
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Located off the coast of New Zealand, this hotel is 35 minutes by ferry from downtown Auckland.Breakfast on the Beach Lodge …More
Delamore Lodge - Oneroa Hotels

Delamore Lodge

83 Delamore Drive, Oneroa - Map
 
 
Lovely views delightful helpful staff. Great communication around attractions on the island, and other places to eat. Large spacious accommodation, well maintained. Slightly odd interior and exterior design choices which were not to my taste, but clearly fine by previous reviewers. Wifi was pretty dreadful which for most is a bit of a must have these days. Excellent flavoursome food but overpriced given the other excellent dining options available on the island....
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Welcome to Delamore Lodge- a unique haven- offering luxury accommodation on Waiheke Island in New Zealands majestic Hauraki …More
Aquasands Studio Apartments - Oneroa Hotels

Aquasands Studio Apartments

168A Ocean View Road, Oneroa - Map
 
 
"Aquasands Waiheke Island"
Great spot, walk to town, sunny all day (late June) everything we needed
A Traveller
The Oyster Inn - Oneroa Hotels

The Oyster Inn

124 Ocean View Road, Oneroa - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (6 reviews)
Heartsong Retreat - Omiha Hotels

Heartsong Retreat

8 Omiha Road, Omiha - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (14 reviews)
The Courtyard - Oneroa Hotels

The Courtyard

16 Moa Avenue, Oneroa - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (94 reviews)
Midway Motel Waiheke Island - Ostend Hotels

Midway Motel Waiheke Island

1 Whakarite Road, Ostend - Map
 
 
"Clean, cosy, bad bed"
Motel was easy to find, very clean, fine linen, and had a kitchenette. The rooms were a good size, and there were two heaters which were great to have. Only complaint is that the bed was bad.
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The Moorings Waiheke Island - Oneroa Hotels

The Moorings Waiheke Island

9 Ocean View Road, Oneroa - Map
 
 
4.9 out of 5 (43 reviews)
Watermark Holiday Studios - Oneroa Hotels

Watermark Holiday Studios

17 Tawa Street, Oneroa - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (31 reviews)
Koi Roc Waiheke Island Accommodation - Omiha Hotels

Koi Roc Waiheke Island Accommodation

50 Carsons Road, Omiha - Map
 
 
"Beautiful private spot for a couple!"
We loved this place, it was very romantic with a great view of the water and a large comfortable bed. The only issue was that it was very cold the weekend we stayed, and there was a lot of condensation on the windows after just one night. It would be really good if there was a dehumidifier or better insulation in the house as we had to have all the heaters on full the whole time.
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Breathtaking land and seascapes, panoramic views and rolling vineyards all make up the magical setting of Koi Roc, Waiheke …More

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    Pocket Guide: Auckland Waiheke Island Hotels

    Whether you’re an Auckland local or a visiting traveller, you can’t pass up a visit to Waiheke Island. White sand beaches with calm blue water, fantastic wineries, natural sights and a quality arts and crafts scene are just some of the things you’ll find in this destination. And it’s only a 35-minute ferry ride from Auckland! This place is very popular in summer, and when you book one of our Waiheke Island hotels, you’ll find out why. There’s just so much here to do!

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    The second biggest island in New Zealand’s Hauraki Gulf, Waiheke is 92 glorious square kilometres of beach, forest, farms, vineyards and quirky villages. About 9,000 people live here permanently, with the population swelling in summer. Now it’s your turn to join in the fun.

    This place is an island, so it’s no surprise you can find beaches in any direction. Oneroa has a foreshore lined with pohutukawa trees, a calm blue bay perfect for a swim and a village with cafes, shops, restaurants and art galleries. It’s perfect for a post-swim coffee – one of the best types of coffee there is! You can also bring some food and a picnic blanket to sit in the sun or hire a kayak. Little Oneroa Beach is also close to the village, and there’s equally superb summer spots like Palm Beach, Onetangi, Church Bay, Rocky Bay and heaps more. Get even more out of being close to the ocean by going sailing or taking a scenic flight over the island. From up in the air, you’ll see it all – every beach, vineyard and rolling hill.

    You may prefer to sightsee with your feet on the ground. Fair enough. Connell’s Bay Sculpture Park has cool artistic sculptures to see. Stony Batter Gun Emplacements has tunnels and guns left over from WW2. Then there’s Dead Dog Bay, which is thankfully free of actual dead dogs, and features a forest track past wildly creative sculptures instead.

    Both food and wine are excellent to indulge in on Waiheke Island. There are more vineyards than you can shake an olive branch at, with hot dry summers helping to produce fantastic drops from Merlot to Chardonnay. Dine away in one of the villages such as Oneroa or Onetangi, where the delicious food often comes (no surprises here) with a side of wine.

    No wonder so many people choose to live on this island and make the trip to Auckland for work every day. It’s a pleasure to be here! Book your Waiheke Island accommodation and a flight to Auckland with us and get ready for a satisfying escape.

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