Situated next to Lake Rotorua and just a brief stroll from the city centre, Millennium Hotel Rotorua is a welcoming, eco-friendly destination.
Perhaps the most unique feature here is its heating, provided by harnessing the hotel’s natural geothermal resource. Take a dip in the heated pool or relax under the expert hands of the therapists in The Spa Rotorua. There’s free off-street parking, child-friendly facilities including a toddler pool, and a Business Centre that offers full secretarial services.
From here, experience Rotorua’s rich history, explore the thermal hot springs or the native bush and even squeeze in a round of golf at one of Rotorua’s international golf courses.
227 air-conditioned rooms offer a wide range of accommodation styles, and feature marble bathrooms and modern décor, with heating provided by harnessing the hotel’s natural geothermal resource.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Air conditioning
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
- Daily housekeeping
- Shower/tub combination
- Towels provided
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- LCD TV
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- In-room safe
- Number of bathrooms – 1
- Satellite TV service
- Room service (24 hours)
- Premium TV channels
- Free WiFi
- Free wired Internet
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- In-room climate control (air conditioning)
- In-room climate control (heating)
- Electric kettle
Brasserie Poolside Restaurant
The Poolside Brasserie is the perfect place to enjoy an alfresco style breakfast or lunch, whilst Restaurant Nikau offers fresh local cuisine for evening dining, or enjoy the Maori Feast & Revue cultural show and buffet dinner
This restaurant specializes in local and international cuisine and serves dinner only. Reservations are required. Open daily.
This bar specializes in local and international cuisine and serves lunch and light fare. Open daily.
On the map: Rotorua, a town set on its namesake lake on New Zealand’s North Island, is a nature lover’s playground set amidst a geothermal and volcanic wonderland. A place where modern life is infused with ancient Māori traditions and where adventure and relaxation are offered in equal measure.
Sail some of the 18 pristine lakes from atop a luxury yacht, or get closer to nature and kayak to rejuvenating natural hot springs. Hike through forgotten forests, hidden under the canopy of millennial trees. Gaze up from a mountainside, the uninterrupted night sky unfolding before you with the light of a million stars.
When adventure beckons, tackle the world’s highest commercially rafted waterfall; or challenge yourself in the Whakarewarewa Forest on the best mountain biking trails south of the equator. World-class adventure attractions provide the ultimate thrills, walk the summit of a dormant volcano or zip line through rainforests filled with sounds of birdsong.
Experience authentic Maori culture and feel the manaakitanga (hospitality) of the Te Arawa people who have greeted visitors to the region for centuries. Share in the culture and traditions of this rich and powerful heritage; from the celebrated haka, tradition of carving and weaving to modern-day design and architecture.
Soak in world-renowned curative waters, bathe in mineral-enriched mud, and experience traditional Māori massage to the backdrop of a geothermal wonderland dotted with crater lakes, erupting geysers and boiling mud pools.