Scenic Hotel

Bay of Islands

Surrounded by sub-tropical gardens in the heart of Paihia, the Scenic Hotel provides an ideal base from which to explore the bays and beaches of the stunning Bay of Islands.

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Restaurant and  bar
  • Landscaped gardens
  • 24 hour reception

About your hotel

Three hours north of Auckland the 144 islands which make up the Bay of Islands have long been a favourite with locals and holiday makers alike. Its proximity to Auckland makes it an ideal pre or post beach add-on to your New Zealand holiday. Most island ferries and cruises depart from the quaint town of Paihia, close to the historic Waitangi National Reserve and Treaty House.

The Scenic Hotel sits in tranquil sub-tropical gardens and is a pleasant and easy stroll to Paihia’s wharf and the town’s shops and restaurants. The hotel has its own outdoor swimming pool and restaurant allowing you to relax during your stay in this beautiful coastal region.


Private bathroom and cable TV. Deluxe rooms have a balcony.

Outdoor swimming pool, restaurant and bar, guest laundry and free WiFi.

Room Type Occupancy Per person from
Hotel Room £47
Deluxe Room £68

Free breakfast for stays of 3 nights or more, excluding 1 – 15 Apr, 25 Dec – 10 Jan & 16 – 31Mar

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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

  • Waitangi Treaty House
  • Hole in the Rock
  • Dolphin cruises
  • Cape Reinga beaches
  • Coastal port of Russell
  • Bay of Islands vineyards
  • Paihia shopping

For advice or to start planning your holiday

talk to a New Zealand Expert on 0333 234 3209

Coronavirus – Notice for Customers

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