For a slice of authentic Maori culture, a chance to witness the spectacular forces of nature at work and a range of outdoor adventure activities, visit Rotorua.
Rotorua is one of the original tourist destinations in New Zealand and has a history of welcoming visitors. From the moment people arrive in Rotorua they know they’re somewhere quite different. There is the scent of sulphur in the air and at nearby geothermal hotspots there are geysers spouting and mud pools bubbling.
With one third of New Zealand’s population being Maori, Rotorua is a strong hold of Maori culture, arts and crafts. There are many options to enjoy this culture in the numerous Maori villages, Maori performances and in a traditional hangi feast where food is cooked below the ground in an earthen oven.
Mainstay Hotels in Rotorua
The Sudima Lake Rotorua is the largest hotel in the Rotorua area and enjoys a location that is second-to-none.
Sudima Lake Rotorua is set on the very shores of beautiful Lake Rotorua, very close to the world famous Polynesian Spa complex and Government Gardens, and just 3-minute walk to CBD, Convention Centre and Energy Event Centre!
Stay in the comfort of one of our 250 guest hotel rooms, many with superb views across Lake Rotorua. We offer premium Suite, Superior Rooms, Standard Rooms or Family Rooms.
Every room of our Rotorua accommodation features an ensuite bathroom, tea and coffee facilities, mini bar, wireless broadband internet access, Sky TV, CNN, direct dial telephone, in-house movies, and 24-hour reception and room service.
The hotel offers a daily Maori hangi & concert that starts from 6:30pm. Restaurants open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mallards bar opens from 4:00pm till late. Massages and spa are also available daily from 10am-9:30pm.