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We stayed at this hotel because it was near the Tranz-Alpine train station.
We would choose differently now.
The room was clean, but there has been work done in the room and painting and wall repairs were not complete. The bathroom was spacious and clean...More
Location superb, staff very helpful, our suite spacious and comfortable but lack of clothes wardrobe space and our kitchenette lacked equipment and required updating. TV Channel good, beds comfortable, new bathroom.
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The hotel is large and the superior room was clean but the room and upper levels of the hotel are over heated making you wanting to get out to enjoy the cooler air outside. The hotel appears to have been modernised and presents well with...More
Greymouth, the word says it all.
Where do you start – well simply put this hotel is poor, maybe not terrible, just poor.
Greymouth is an industrial town in slow decline (well that's how it seemed to us), and the Kingsgate 100% reflects Greymouth.
This place was apparently built in 1906 and it looks like it!
Surly young girl on the front desk booked us in, took the lift upstairs to the dark hallways that had a strange smell, weird doors like on a hospital ward to get to...More
I am pleased that you had a good stay. Accurate and objective feedback, even where contradictory, can help inform the actions of both potential customers and the hotel management. From the varying reviews it seems that it... More
I am pleased that you had a good stay. Accurate and objective feedback, even where contradictory, can help inform the actions of both potential customers and the hotel management. From the varying reviews it seems that it may be wise for future customers to specify a newer, or upgraded room, when making a booking. Additionally, the hotel could consider introducing a lower category of accommodation, say economy rooms, where updating is needed.