Distinction Hotel was just beautiful to stay in and i would highly recommend it to anybody. We will be heading down there again and would not stay anywhere else.
Great price, clean, warm, and friendly staff. For those on a budget, The Leviathan is a great choice.
The photo is not where most of the rooms are, so it is a bit misleading. However, although the outside of the building feels like youare entering a hostel, (as this is what it used to be), the rooms have been done up and are fine for mid range accommodation Best part is the location which is A1!
Lovely property great location. The lines is fantastic but the pillows are all toooooo big - I tried pillows from the lounge and ended up folding the dressing gown to use - recommendation is to have too high and two low pillows. The parking is not great and there should be a lift from the basement ...
The bedroom was comfortable and cosy. Bed and bedding was great best sleep we had on our 9 day trip south. Would be nice to see some TLC on the hotel as there is so much history there.
Good location, central city. However, noise was an issue later in the evening. Overall though, would stay here again.
The electric atmosphere at Dunedin Casino will get you and your mates ready for a big night out.
It's not going to be the only thing you'll want to see in Dunedin, a magical city that is loved by many.
With no less than 22 accommodations within a kilometre of Dunedin Casino, you might even be able to see it from your bedroom! You might want to consider checking out the Scenic Hotel Southern Cross, Scenic Hotel Dunedin City and Quest Dunedin.
Economical tourists ought to take advantage of the area's low-cost accommodations. Some choices are the 755 Regal Court and the Manor House Backpackers, 2 kilometres and 0.6 kilometres away, respectively.
There's a good number of top-notch hotels in the immediate area. Why don't you splurge a bit and enjoy the extras? You'll be sure to have a blast at the Roslyn Apartments or the Bluestone On George, a kilometre and 2 kilometres away, respectively.
When you're in need of a caffeine fix, head to Orange Cafe (23 Moray Place, Dunedin). If you're getting hungry and cranky, stop by Kingsgate Hotel Dunedin (10 Smith St, Dunedin) for lunch or dinner.
Hotels in Dunedin Casino start at AU$44 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.