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2014 off to winning start for Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel

2014 Gets off to a Winning Start for Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel

What a way to start the new year, for the team at Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel! The prestigious Travellers’ Choice Awards, based on reviews and opinions of travellers from around the world, have just been announced by Trip Advisor. Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel has been rated as one of the Top Hotels throughout New Zealand and the South Pacific, for Romance, Luxury, and in the Small Hotel category. To receive the award properties must rank within the top 25 in each category. Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel ranked 2nd in the Top Hotels for Romance in New Zealand, and a very respectable 5th in the Top Luxury Hotel category.

Reviews from guests provide testimony to the attention to detail provided by the management and staff. “Upon arrival we were greeted by our hosts Patrick and Joey. The service from that moment was exceptional and could not be faulted… Nothing was too much for our wonderful hosts who ensured we were always taken care of and were always helpful...” is typical of the enthusiastic endorsement guests are providing through the review site channels. The hospitality team at Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel represent a range of nationalities and this has served them well in catering to the varied needs and expectations of their international guests.

Patrick Gao, Lodge Manager, attributes a large part of the success to Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel’s picturesque location, beautiful decor and ambience, which combine to provide the perfect setting for relaxation and pampering. He’s quick to acknowledge the efforts of the Lodge’s owners who have been actively marketing Hamurana Lodge Boutique Hotel to some of the world’s emerging tourism markets. This has resulted in a new niche of clients eager to experience boutique, service orientated properties, to discover New Zealand and, in particular, the Rotorua region and its people.

www.hamuranalodge.com

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