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Novotel Lakeside


Comfortable hotel accommodation just moments from Rotorua’s lively Eat Street and picturesque lake shore. Make the most of this thermal region by relaxing in the hotel’s very own thermal pools.

  • Restaurant and bar
  • Geothermal pools
  • Indoor heated swimming pool
  • Sauna and gym
  • Central location

About your hotel

The Rotorua region is renowned for its celebration of Maori culture and history as well as its famous thermal attractions – from hot springs and erupting geysers to steaming craters and colourful sulphur pools. The Novotel is located within easy walking distance of Eat Street which is the town’s main dining and entertainment hub as well as being a short stroll to the banks of Lake Rotorua. The hotel also boasts its own relaxing natural geothermal mineral pools surrounding its heated indoor swimming pool and there is a lake view terrace bar for you to enjoy a sunset drink following a day of touring this exciting region.

Central Rotorua location moments from Eat Street

Air conditioned hotel rooms with TV and en suite bathroom. Deluxe rooms have lake views.

Geothermal pools, indoor swimming pools, sauna, gym, restaurant and bar.

Room Type Occupancy Per person from
Hotel Room £49
Deluxe Room £66

3 nights for the price of 2, valid April – September, excluding special events


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All prices are per person, based on two sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability.

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Local Attractions

  • Lake Rotorua
  • Restaurants and bars of Eat Street
  • Rainbow Springs Reserve
  • Te Puia Thermal Reserve
  • Agricultural attractions at the Agrodome
  • Polynesian Spa Hot Pools
  • Mount Tarawera

For advice or to start planning your holiday

talk to a New Zealand Expert on 0333 234 3209

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