December 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Treetops Lodge & Estate in Rotorua, New Zealand
Created to reflect New Zealand's very best, Treetops Estate & Lodge is a magnificent retreat surrounded by 2,500 acres of restored and ancient native virgin forests. This member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World resides in the therapeutic thermal region of Rotorua on the north island. From suites and privately situated villas to inviting public spaces, your senses will be enticed by an elegant architectural style derived from the country's pioneering past, and details such as hand-carved beams depicting Maori folklore.
Over 100 kilometers of walking and hiking paths meander through the woods, where you can discover awe-inspiring waterfalls and enchanting glowworm caves. Excellent trout fishing expeditions, kayaking excursions, photo safaris and even a short helicopter flight over the landscape immortalized in Lord of the Rings are all ways you might explore this magnificent region. Because fine cuisine is integral to your experience, days are highlighted by fresh, local cuisine paired with fine New Zealand wines.
Location of Treetops Lodge & Estate
Nearest Airport: ROT
Amenities for Treetops Lodge & Estate
- General Information
- 12 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for Treetops Lodge & Estate
A very special place. Get into the depth of the native bush. It is such a precious and untouched area. Lodge has shown respect for the surrounding environment. Luxurious with a touch of rustic feel to the room. A classic hunting lodge. Food beautiful, flavours delicate. The road in is a bit bumpy/pot holed, but that adds to the experience and is only for about 1 km. Highly recommend for a special week end in a part of New Zealand that so few people visit.
This lodge is absolutely amazing. We stayed here for 2 nights during our recent trip to New Zealand and Australia. We had private tours booked both days, which were excellent, but we wish that we had at least 1 day to spend on the lodge property itself (or more). Had we known the expanse of the property and the onsite opportunities, we would have planned differently. Our room/cabin was absolutely amazing - huge, with everything that we could possibly need and more. The staff were amazing and the gourmet food delicious. We were even lucky enough to meet the owner who is fascinating and shared many of the same interests as us. This is a place not to be missed if you are planning to stay in Rotorua.
Leontine M - Toronto, Canada
Treetops is a bit, off the track, but once you get over the potholes in the road and rough conditions, it is worth the trip. Fabulous main lodge where your individual host (Harry, Mike or Ricki) meets you and instructs you on the history of the property, the attention to maintaining the history and Maori traditions. Villas were very roomy, excellent amenities, cozy fireplace (needed as it rained solid for two days). when it did stop raining we made the tramp to the Bridal Falls...make sure you do not stop at the first footbridge of a small falls as the REAL THING is just around the corner. Well worth the muddy tramp. Now the food, incredible! Phillipe, William and Pieter did a fantastic job, attending to every detail, explaining cooking techniques and preparation. We did take the cooking class which was worth the trip discussing all items from food selection to local garden tour and finally game cooking incredible experience. We did not get to take the estate tour due to poor track conditions, but experience was great the same.
mikeburnam - Sydney, Australia
My partner surprised me with a weekend at Treetops lodge where he proposed by the beautiful waterfall. We had the best time! The property is amazing, the staff were so helpful, friendly (in particular Michael our host) and went out of their way to accommodate for my dietary requirements (vegetarian) at the 5 course degustations. Food and wine was fantastic and our villa was beautiful. I've been raving to my friends and family about what a wonderful time we had there. I would totally recommend this magical place for any special occasion, we will definitely return for future anniversaries! Thank you to John Sax and your great team for having us!
haleigh2289 - Napier, New Zealand
There are newly constructed bungalows and converted cabins. We stayed in the converted cabin that had nice appointments, but certainly did not match the elegance of the main house and lobby. For what you are paying, you could be disappointed if you have one of the older cabins. The breakfast that is included is expansive- there is a buffet or you can order prepared items as well. They have hired a very attentive staff that is concerned about your happiness. Know in advance that they offer many activities on their property and make sure you have time to do them: skeet shooting, fly fishing, helicopter tours, hot tub, mountain biking, and spa services. We took the hour and a half hike that begins from their backyard to Bridal Veil Falls. That was exercise!
QueenM - Atlanta, GA