Having lived in Dunedin many years and coming back as a visitor, it was nice to finally stay and I was really impressed. Service on arrival was fantastic, taken personally to my room shown around and very pleasant manner.
Great place to stay everything you want onsite. Only downside was room was cold when we got there
Fantastic apartment. Obviously newly renovated and very clean and well appointed. Friendly staff helped with maps and local knowledge. Really enjoyed our stay.
Step into shower was a bit dangerous and shower water temperature varied.
Dunedin Botanic Garden is just one of those fantastic places that you ought to experience at least once.
We're sure it won't be the only thing on your to-do list in Dunedin, a wonderful city that's loved by many.
You don't have to go too far to find a place to stay. There are 47 options within an easy commute of Dunedin Botanic Garden. The 755 Regal Court (0.9 kilometres), the Bluestone On George (a kilometre) and the Commodore Motels (0.4 kilometres) are all favoured choices.
Visitors on a tight budget will be pleased to know that there are a few low-price accommodation options available. How about you check out the rates at the Manor House Backpackers and the Geeky Gecko Backpackers?
If you're looking to really live it up, you'll discover quite a few luxury hotels as well. The Quest Dunedin and the George Street Motel Apartments (previously Farrys Motel), 2 kilometres and a kilometre away, come recommended.
Tea lovers in need of a fix will like The Baaa Sports Bar & Grill (746 Great King Street, North Dunedin, Dunedin), just 0.6 kilometres from Dunedin Botanic Garden. Or are you after something more substantial? No problem, only 0.4 kilometres away is Indian Spice Restaurant & Bar. You'll find it at 11 North Road, North East Valley, Dunedin.
Hotels in Dunedin Botanic Garden start at AU$101 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.