How To Choose Waiheke Island Accommodation

There are several considerations when picking a Waiheke Island accommodation. Waiheke Island is one of the most populated areas in the gulf and also the second largest island in the area. Because of its scenic view and pristine waters, Waiheke is a favourite tourist destination in New Zealand.  If you are planning to visit the island anytime soon, the first thing that you should probably look into is a hotel that holds the type of accommodation suited for you. To give you an idea, check out these points.

Choose the right location

The type of hotel location that you are going to choose would depend on your preference. If you want a quieter area, choose a more isolated hotel. However, if you want to explore the island, choose a hotel that is close to the centre of the island or one that is close to parks, beaches, restaurants and other entertainment areas in the island.

Amenities

The type of Waiheke Island accommodation should have the amenities that are suited to your preference and needs. For instance, if you have pets and kids with you, make sure that the facilities in the hotel are child and pet-friendly. You might want to clarify this detail with the hotel to ensure that the accommodation that you are going to book allows pets and supports children. If you intend to cook your own meals, check if there is a functional kitchen in your hotel accommodation and other details you might want included in your area.

Rates

To safely book from a hotel with the most reasonable rates, ask for cot estimates from different hotels then compare prices and inclusions. The lowest price may not be necessarily the best. Be more circumspect when choosing a hotel accommodation.

Customer feedback

An excellent Waiheke Island accommodation should have positive feedback from its previous guests and customers. Check customer ratings from websites and third party sites to ensure that you will get the type of accommodation that you deserve. Avoid hotels with more negative comments from previous or current guests than positive ones.