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Millennium Hotel Rotorua

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Millennium Hotel Rotorua


 
 
 
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Overview



Next to mystical Lake Rotorua and just a brief stroll from the city centre, Millennium Hotel Rotorua is an eco-friendly destination.

From here, experience Rotorua’s rich history, explore the thermal hot pools or the native bush, and even squeeze in a round of golf at one of Rotorua’s international golf courses.
Our 227 rooms and suites feature residential-style decor with views of Lake Rotorua or the native garden. We also have accessible rooms for guests with special requirements. 7 meetings and event spaces are available and ideal for up to 400 people.

Perhaps the most unique feature here is its heating, provided by harnessing the hotel's natural geothermal resource. Take a dip in our heated pool or relax under the expert hands of our Spa therapists.

There's free off-street parking, child-friendly facilities including a toddler pool, and a Business Centre that offers full secretarial services. Millennium Rotorua is a Qualmark 4 Star Plus rated hotel with an Enviro-Silver status for its sustainability practices. The hotel is also a member of the Rotorua Sustainable Tourism Charter.



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Review date:   August 2, 2018 4:04AM
 
Review:   Amazing staff, all super friendly. The lobby artwork and lighting was pleasant too. I'm normally hesitant about eating at hotel restaurants but decided to give it a try - probably the best steak I've had in a long time, I would stay there again just to have dinner. My only complaint would be the room is a little bit dated and shower was a little tight. But that's not much of an issue really. Would definitely stay again.
 
Author:   Zac ART
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 13, 2018 3:26AM
 
Review:   We have stayed at the Rotorua Millennium more than a dozen times over the years. It was our go to place for a nice mid-winter break when our kids were younger. They loved the indoor pool and we enjoyed the spa baths right next door or sitting under the heaters with a good book. The hotel staff are all very helpful and friendly. The hotel is getting a little dated and some bits tired, but overall is well maintained and very neat. Lake View rooms are the best for great views and a balcony for afternoon drinks. There are adjoining room options if needed. The room service menu seems to be a bit average now, but there’s plenty good food within easy walking distance from the hotel. The government gardens and lake front walks are on your doorstep. We’ve found the staff and treatments at the in hotel spa to be better prices, more relaxing and with friendlier staff than Polynesian pools across the road. There’s plenty parking around the hotel.
 
Author:   Craig Dealey
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 28, 2018 11:41AM
 
Review:   Entrance and public areas clean and well presented. Staff polite and friendly on arrival and check in was easy. Room nicely laid out and spacious. Bathroom on the other hand was a little compact. Water pressure in shower is very good though the shower head could be a little higher as had to duck a little. Spare power socket only on 1 side of the bed, would expect one on each side in any modern hotel now as so many mobile devices needing charging. Pool was closed for maintenance though the spa pools were still open and enjoyed a good soak. Small grumble on the tiles all round being so slippery meaning laying back and relaxing had you sliding down and into the middle of the pool.
 
Author:   Craig Carter
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   June 23, 2018 8:02AM
 
Review:   Nice place to come if it's just you, or you and your partner. Not great for kids, in the room we were in - no benches or table to make coffee, had to make it in the bathroom. Kids eating on the floor. The beds were amazing and we all had a great sleep. So warm and clean. Staff are super friendly. The restaurant meal we had was very good.
 
Author:   nicole watson
 
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Review date:   July 26, 2018 4:21AM
 
Review:   Enjoyed our stay. Incredibly comfortable bed. Super king size! Delicious breakfast included in the price of our stay. Unfortunately the pool was unavailable.
 
Author:   Chris Galvin
 
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