I would say that considering punakaiki is like a small town and well known for the pancake rocks and blowholes, this place is actually good for a one night stay... we stayed at the second floor room with balcony and it was relaxing we could hear the crashing of the waves at night. Had an early check out at 0740am and went to pancake rocks without any crowds it was pretty special without all the tourist bus i actually enjoyed it more... ate pancakes at rock cake, we were the first customers so waiting time xx perfect place for 1 night but maybe not more than that
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on the wild West Coast, 30 minutes north of Greymouth and 300m south of the famous Pancake Rocks and Blowholes, the Resort is surrounded by the Paparoa National Park and only metres from the beach. Floor to ceiling windows in the Waterline Restaurant and Bar mean you can admire the gorgeous sunset while dining on local West Coast food.Few places in the world can offer such comfort so close to the wild action. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Punakaiki Hotel Punakaiki