Centrally located and within walking distance of several restaurants, this budget motel in Rotorua is committed to providing quality accommodation at an affordable price. Whether you’re travelling with the kids, for business or planning a romantic getaway for two, we offer a selection of units to match.
We have 14 ground floor units to choose from, including: small studios (sleeping 2 people), studio twin (sleeping 2 guests), large studios (sleeping 3 people), 1 bedroom studios (sleeping 5 people) and 2 bedroom studios (sleeping 7 people).
All units at the Rose Court Motel are serviced daily, as well as feature a private spa and courtyard to relax after a long day of sightseeing. Other features include a fully equipped kitchen (including a microwave and hotplates), iron and ironing board, super-king and queen size beds, electric blankets, Sky TV (including 4 movie and 2 sport channels), and free wireless internet.
Electric frying pans, cots and highchairs can be made available upon request.
Guests of this accommodation in Rotorua are also invited to enjoy the laundry facilities, off-street parking and shared barbeque area. Continental breakfast is also provided for each unit.
When staying at the motel, we encourage you to also explore the surrounding area – Hamurana, Ngawaro, Okere Falls, Rotoma, Horohoro, Ngakuru, Waikite Valley, Waimangu, Ngongotaha Valley, Mamaku, Tapapa, Tirau and more.
If you’re planning to stay at the Rose Court Motel sometime in the near future, we’re sure that you’re interested in the wealth of activities and attractions that the Rotorua area has to offer.
Since the early 19th century, the hot geothermal waters around Rotorua have been hailed for their healing properties and ability to cure ailments (from arthritis to impotence). When visiting the region, you have to take a dip in the waters so that you will leave feeling refreshed and revitalized. Check out the Polynesian Spa, Hells Gate Geothermal Mud Bath Spa, The blue Baths, Waikite Valley Thermal Pools, Waitangi Sofa Springs, Totally Tarawera, and so on.
The volcanic activity around Rotorua makes for some absolutely stunning natural scenery. From geothermal features (such as Te Puia and the Waimangu Volcanic Valley) and wildlife (such as Rainbow Springs and the Paradise Valley Springs Wildlife Park) to the various lakes (such as Lake Tikitapu, or the Blue Lake, and Lake Ohakuri) and walking trails (such as Redwoods Treewalk and Tokorangi Pa Track), there is something for everyone.
To learn more about the history and culture of the Rotorua region, we recommend heading to the Bibleworld Museum & Discovery Centre, 3D Trick Art Gallery (place yourself in the optical illusions), Te Haa Gallery (an open air gallery in native bush), Rotorua Museum, Te Amorangi Trust Museum, The Arts Village (a community cultural centre focused on art, craft and culture), The Garden Art Gallery, Helium Gallery, and the Buried Village of Te Wairoa.
Rotorua has long been recognized as the home of “Maoridom” and is where you can experience all aspects of this amazing culture for yourself. Take a tour of Whakarewarewa (the Living Maori Village), paddle Lake Rotorua in a beautifully carved canoe, speak to tattoo experts about their craft, experience traditional healing massage or see a cultural performance. We also recommend visiting Mitai Maori Village, Ohinemutu Maori Village and Tamaki Maori Village.
When travelling with the kids, we understand that keeping them amused for the duration of your stay is a must. The good news is that there are plenty of family friendly attractions in Rotorua besides those we’ve already touched on, including the Skyline Luge and Gondola, Duck Tours (in an amphibious vehicle), glow worm canyon, jet boating, OGO Rotorua, the Hobbiton movie set (from The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films), aMAZEme and Adventure Park.
Known as the adventure capital of the north, Rotorua is host to a number of world-class events. Some of the more popular ones include: Rotorua Museum Tulipfest, Okere Falls Beerfest, Whaka100, the Original Gypsy Fair, Rotorua Festival of Gardens, Mudtopia Festival, Rerewhakaaitu Rodeo, and The Extravaganza Fair, plus various markets (including the Rotorua Night Market, Rotorua Farmers Market and Soundshell Market).