With international travel still compromised, it’s the perfect time to experience the beautifully sunny days and pristine beaches that a Northland summer has on offer.
Staying at Comfort Hotel Flames Whangarei makes accessing Northland hotspots easy.
“We provide hotel convenience and comfort in a resort setting,” says Hotel Flames Whangarei general manager Raewyn Goldberg.
“Whangarei is the gateway to the far North, which is home to some of the best views, beaches and walking tracks the country has to offer.
“There are plenty of local gems in Whangarei, too, including Whangarei Falls, Abbey Caves and the Kauri Park – all of which are free.”
Guests at Hotel Flames don’t have to go far for a great view, as the building, and therefore some of the rooms, overlooks the Whangarei Harbour.
“We’re located just out of central Whangarei in Onerahi, which means wonderful views and no traffic noise.
“It’s a very relaxing place. We have our own sheltered waterfall which is a lovely spot to enjoy a drink from one of our two bars.
“Our outdoor area has a pool and private tropical gardens – the perfect setting for a sunny day.”
The affordable prices include all of the good stuff – like spacious rooms, unlimited free Wi-Fi and more than 50 Sky channels.
The attached Flames Restaurant has a Kiwi-style menu that uses locally sourced meat and produce.
“We’re known for a signature Tomahawk steaks, but we have plenty of fresh fish dishes on the menu, too.
“Come and enjoy a relaxing Northland summer holiday.”