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Close to Napier's famous Art Deco centre

Bella Vista Motel Napier

Overview

Overview

We welcome you to our Napier motel. This clean and comfortable property has been assessed by independent accreditors Qualmark as 4 star quality accommodation.

From the moment you arrive you'll enjoy the convenience of being located in close proximity to the Napier CBD for business, shops, entertainment and other activities. At Bella Vista Napier we cater for all your business or recreational needs. 

The motel is easy to find, centrally located on Hastings Street which runs parallel to Marine Parade, with the majestic Norfolk Pines and waterfront behind us. We are very close to the Central City (4 minutes’ walk), Art Deco buildings, shops, supermarkets,...

We welcome you to our Napier motel. This clean and comfortable property has been assessed by independent accreditors Qualmark as 4 star quality accommodation.

From the moment you arrive you'll enjoy the convenience of being located in close proximity to the Napier CBD for business, shops, entertainment and other activities. At Bella Vista Napier we cater for all your business or recreational needs. 

The motel is easy to find, centrally located on Hastings Street which runs parallel to Marine Parade, with the majestic Norfolk Pines and waterfront behind us. We are very close to the Central City (4 minutes’ walk), Art Deco buildings, shops, supermarkets, restaurants, Marine Parade, War Memorial Conference Centre, Hawkes Bay MTG Museum and the Municipal Theatre.

We have ample safe parking, leave your car to avoid parking issues, walk to work or explore.  

Tour the unique architecture of our city, or take a leisurely stroll down the ocean-side walkway where you will encounter the National Aquarium of New Zealand, Sunken Gardens, Ocean Spa Swimming Complex and Mini Golf (to name just a few!).

Our superior smoke free Napier accommodation includes a variety of studios and one bedroom units. Our purpose built access units have been designed with parking at the door for your convenience. You have a choice of king, queen or single beds with electric blankets for those cooler nights.

Free wireless internet is available with a spacious work desk in every room. Units vary from just tea and toast making facilities to those with cooking facilities. We offer continental or cooked breakfasts and evening meal charge back facilities, dine in or dine out.

You can be assured of a warm welcome at reception where we will assist you in every way possible. 

Our Rooms

  • At a glance
  • Check-in 2.00pm - 8.30pm

    Check-out 10.00am

    Office hours 7.30am - 9.00pm

  • On-site parking Free of charge

  • Breakfast service Continental and cooked breakfasts available on request.

  • Available on request Interconnecting rooms, cot, high chair and daily newspaper.

  • Value adds Unlimited free Wifi, guest laundry.

  • Email

  • Address Cnr Hastings & Vautier Streets, Napier

  • Phone +64 6 835 9599

Room Options

Room Options

Compact Studio

Compact Studio

Studio room with LCD TV with Sky. Ideal if all you need is a place to lay your head, have a shower and breakfast in the morning.

  • 16 m2
  • 1
  • 2
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Compact Queen Studio

Compact Queen Studio

Queen bed with ensuite bathroom with shower, LCD TV in the lounge with Sky, microwave kitchenette.

  • 20 m2
  • 1
  • 2
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Queen & Access Studios

Queen & Access Studios

These rooms have a Queen bed, ensuite bathroom with shower, microwave kitchenette, LCD TV in the lounge with Sky.

  • 20 m2
  • 1
  • 2
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King Studio

King Studio

Super King bed, ensuite bathroom with shower, microwave kitchenette, dining table and two chairs or two seater couch. LCD TV in the lounge with Sky.

  • 20 m2
  • 1
  • 2
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King Spa

King Spa

Super King bed, ensuite bathroom with single spa bath with shower over. Quality fittings, microwave kitchenette, LCD TV in the lounge with Sky.

  • 20 m2
  • 1
  • 2
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Twin Studio Twin Studio photo 2

Twin Studio

Queen bed and single bed, an ensuite bathroom with shower, microwave kitchenette, LCD TV in the lounge with Sky.

  • 20 m2
  • 2
  • 3
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One Bedroom Unit One Bedroom Unit photo 2

One Bedroom Unit

Queen bed in lounge area and 2 single beds in adjoining bedroom. A single spa-bath with shower above, fully equipped compact kitchen, dining table with four chairs, LCD TVs in the lounge and separate bedroom with Sky. An interconnecting door to the adjacent unit can turn it into a two-bedroom unit sleeping up to 6.

  • 37 m2
  • 3
  • 4
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Facilities

Facilities

  • 18 superior self-contained, fully serviced motel units 
  • Family and studio units (some with Spa Baths) 
  • FREE unlimited WiFi
  • Sky Television
  • All units non-smoking 
  • Modern guest laundry 
  • Cooked or continental breakfast available 
  • Corporate and off peak rates available on request 
  • Units with accessibility 
  • Telephone 
  • Eftpos and credit card facilities 
  • Port-a-cots and highchairs are available for a small fee
  • Conference facilities available on request
Local Attractions

Local Attractions

For more local info – email or give us a ring

Fine wines and tasty food

Hawke's Bay is home to New Zealand's oldest operating winery - viticultural pioneers were quick to recognise the region's huge potential. Today Hawke's Bay produces many of the country's most acclaimed wines.

Self-tour the region, guided by Hawke's Bay food and wine trail maps. Pick this up from one of the local Visitor Information Centre.

Discover over 30 wineries open for wine tasting. Many also offer alfresco and restaurant dining.

If you prefer not to drive, cycle from one winery to the next along one of the three Hawke's Bay Trails on a hired mountain bike.

Visit the traditional farmers market in Hastings, for the freshest produce and organic foods.

Try an orchard, farm, honey, cheese or chocolate tour.

Attend one of the great Food and Wine events held each year including the Hawke's Bay Food and Wine Classic (F.A.W.C).

History, architecture and natural disasters

Hawke's Bay has a rich history, interwoven with the dramatic consequences of natural disasters.

Tour the city of Napier with an Art Deco tour guide. Napier has one of the highest concentrations of Art Deco architecture anywhere in the world.

Explore Hastings, the historic architecture has a Spanish Mission influence.

Visit New Zealand's oldest winery - Mission Estate Winery

Visit the Wine Museum at Church Road Winery. Over 100 years of wine making is documented here.

Find serenity in award-winning country gardens, complete with historic homesteads.

Wildlife

Forest reserves and huge stretches of coastline invite you to spend some time with nature.

Visit Cape Kidnappers, home of the largest, most accessible mainland gannet (takapu) colony in the world.

Dive, snorkel or walk in the Te Angiangi Marine Reserve.

Enjoy an evening hike to Ball's Clearing to see New Zealand's largest population of native long tailed bats.

Visit the National Aquarium of New Zealand.

Maori Culture

From the wilds of Te Urewera and Lake Waikaremoana to majestic Te Mata Peak, Hawke's Bay is steeped in Maori history and mythology.

Join an experienced tour guide who will bring to life the traditions and beliefs of the Maori through words, people and places.

Visit a coastal marae to experience a powhiri (Maori welcome) and learn about traditional hunting and gathering techniques.

Try the food of chiefs and join in a Hakari, a traditional feast that marks a special event and is still practiced on Marae throughout the country.

Spend a few hours at the Hawke's Bay Museum, which exhibits treasures from Nga Tukemata and Ngati Kahungunu.

Get off the beaten track and walk to the longest place name in the world: Taumata­whakatangihanga­koauau­o­tamatea­turi­pukakapiki­maunga­horo­nuku­pokai­whenua­kitanatahu.

Visit Maori artists at galleries and studios.

Paddle a genuine 4 tonne, 18 metre waka on the Clive River.

Enjoy the Matariki (Maori New Year) celebrations in June.

Adventure

With mountains, sea coast and everything in between, Hawke's Bay is equipped to deliver an amazing assortment of outdoor adventures.

Paddle a kayak down the Mohaka or Tukituki River.

Enjoy incredible views and a game of golf at Cape Kidnappers.

Swim with the sharks (only place in New Zealand you can do this) at the National Aquarium of New Zealand.

Cycle one of the three stunning, flat and easy Hawke's Bay Cycle Trails. The Water Ride, Landscapes Ride and Wineries ride totals more than 180 kilometres'.

Fish one of the many unpopulated rivers full with Brown and Rainbow Trout.

 

Source: TNZ

Events

Events

Animates Napier - School Holiday Activities

School Holidays are just around the corner and once again we are hosting some exciting activities to keep the kids...

Aquarium School Holiday Programme

Are your kids spellbound by sharks? Join us for a morning of learning and adventure at the National Aquarium these...

Faces and Figures

Painting and Ceramics by Susie King. Susie grew up in Napier, in a home where everyone liked to draw and loved to make...

Superhero/ine Children's Art Holiday Action

Mon 24th April: Clay Modelling, Design and create your own secret lair for all your special superhero/ine bits and bobs,...

Free Your Shoulders - Awareness Through Movement Classes

Feel like your shoulders are creeping up to your ears? Sore shoulders from sitting at a computer or gardening? Want to...

Children's Art Expo

Two exciting weeks of fun and crafty workshops for the April school holidays! Check out our website www.thecan.co.nz,...

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Location

Location

Bella Vista Napier Motel is situated in a Central CBD location, four minutes' walk from town. Marine Parade fronts onto a sweeping stretch of the Pacific Ocean from which we are located only a matter of metres; the beach walks and nearby restaurants and attractions give the city a real holiday resort atmosphere.

For conferences and special events, the Napier RSA is right across the road. The War Memorial Conference Centre is a pleasant three quarters of a kilometre stroll along the seaside walkway. The Municipal Theatre is also sometimes used as a conference facility and Bella Vista Motel is an easy walk from this venue too. 

For sports events, we are less than one kilometre from McLean and Nelson parks, and at the end of the activities freshen up at your motel which is within 300 metres of watering holes and eateries for all tastes, while a half kilometre will get the "culturally minded" to the Napier Municipal Theatre.

Look out your window during Art Deco week and you will be convinced you have been transported to the 1930s, such is the number of passers-by in period costume and vintage cars. We are right in the midst of it all!

Best known today for its art deco architecture and magnificent wines, Napier and the Hawke's Bay region are also rich in Maori culture. Newly developed cycling trails are proving to be an increasingly popular attraction and activity.

Pre-European history of this region dates back to the 12th century when the scared waka (canoe) Takitimu arrived. On board was the high priest, Ruawharo who settled overlooking Mahia Beach north of Napier.

In 1769 Captain James Cook and the crew of the HMS Endeavour were probably the first Europeans to set eyes on the East Coast. Cook named the bay after the lord of the admiralty. Traders, whalers and missionaries began moving into the province early in the 1800s. Napier was established in the 1850s, and was named for a British soldier who fought in India.  Many streets carry names associated with the colonial era of the British Indian Empire. Others take their names from famous artists and literary figures.

Gannet Colony

The world’s largest accessible mainland gannet colony is south of Napier at Cape Kidnappers. Gannets have a wingspan of up to 2m and are designed for graceful flying and diving from great heights into the sea to catch fish. The region also has many beautiful public gardens and nature walks, including the Te Mata Peak track and the Lake Waikaremoana track.

Cnr Hastings & Vautier Streets, Napier

+64 6 835 9599

stay@bellavistanapier.co.nz

Travel distances in kilometres to Napier

  • From:
  • Gisborne 214 kms
  • Hamilton 291 kms
  • New Plymouth 410 kms
  • Palmerston North 178 kms
  • Rotorua 224 kms
  • Taupo 142 kms
  • Wellington 319 kms
  • Whangarei 574 kms

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