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Scenic Hotel Te Pania

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Superior Room


 
 
 
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Superior Room - Scenic Hotel Te Pania.

Superior Rooms with large windows that provide views out to the Hawkes Bay.

Bedding configuration is either 2x Double Beds or 1x King Bed.



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Overview



New Zealand hotels of quality, value, style and comfort – stay with Scenic Hotel Group in hotel accommodation throughout New Zealand. Located in eleven popular regions in the country, Scenic Hotel Group's hotels welcome business and corporate travellers, families, groups and individuals. They offer a variety of accommodation (rooms, suites and self-catering apartments) in their Heartland Hotels, Scenic Hotels and Suites and the Te Waonui Forest Retreat, plus excellent conference venues and meeting facilities, wedding venues and accommodation.

Scenic Hotel Group is New Zealand's largest independently-owned and operated hotel group and prides itself on offering true Kiwi hospitality at each of its seventeen hotels.

Google Reviews



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Review date:   May 19, 2018 9:15PM
 
Review:   All the rooms in this hotel face the ocean and the location in town is ideal for exploring the shops and restaurants. Ask for a high floor, as the view only gets better as you go up. The rooms are airy with good light and the seating at the floor-to-ceiling window is comfortable and relaxing. It looks good from the street, too. One huge issue, however. 10am check out time?? I got a call from the front desk at 10:50 reminding me of this (that early of a check out had never entered my mind) and they offered me a "late" check out of 11:30 without additional charges. It wasn't that long ago that noon was an industry standard. But 10? That is ridiculous on its face and I hope they consider revising this policy. But the stay was comfortable and the morning sun in the room was great. Worth a visit.
 
Author:   M S
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   May 11, 2018 5:12AM
 
Review:   I had the most wonderful stay at Te Pania. The highlight for me was lovely Sam the night receptionist who was kind enough to take my last minute booking at a very late hour! He welcomed me when I arrived after midnight and made me feel very comfortable and happy! He even asked whether I had eaten when I arrived! The room was beautiful and very comfortable with the most incredible shower and huge amazing bed but the experience wouldn’t have been half as pleasant had Sam not been working; thank you Sam for everything! He is truly an asset to the hotel!
 
Author:   ann crowley
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   May 12, 2018 11:09PM
 
Review:   Hotel is actually quite good, Middle aged duty lady on the other hand was not, on both check-in and out was totally rude and could not muster a smile. Because of the aspect and it’s location you can look past that its a bit tired and the concourse carpets need a good steam clean as they smell, and one of the sport channels was the was on the blink. This review should have been a reluctant 3.5 -> 4 but management need to give this Doris a bit of rev up! If you don’t like your job at least fake it for the few hours your there, it just sets the tone and makes you notice all the small stuff! A design aspect when you sit down, the window joinery completely blocks the view when relaxing. Book higher up and a room on the north side closest to the port so you view the Cape and not those nasty air conditioning units on the function centre.
 
Author:   Jim Chambers
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   May 5, 2018 1:22AM
 
Review:   Overall we found the hotel to be very nice and the staff helpful. We booked the 'dog' room as we were travelling with our dog Louie. The room was clean and tidy and the facilities generally satisfactory. One point that the hotel should consider is that it is very difficult to find places to eat with a dog. Therefore it might be a nice idea if the hotel had had chairs and tables set out on the terrace (perhaps with a patio heater given that it was around 12 degrees!) so that we could have had breakfast, lunch or an evening meal at the hotel. A missed opportunity perhaps?
 
Author:   Ruby Tuesday
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   May 13, 2018 7:47PM
 
Review:   This hotel was extremely helpful in all aspects of my stay. From helping with collecting a race pack for the Hawks Bay Marathon as I couldn't make it in time to friendly advice on where to go for dinner. Highly recommend
 
Author:   Robbie Stephens
 
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