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Bring the whole family to Rotorua Union Victoria Motel

Bring the whole family to Rotorua for an unforgettable holiday with Union Victoria Motel


There is an abundance of family-friendly activities available in Rotorua. From exciting adventure to wildlife encounters and cultural experiences, it is the perfect holiday destination for everyone!

Featuring 20 spacious self-contained accommodation options, Union Victoria Motel’s easy-to-select accommodation will always suit your needs. Whether it be an enjoyable weekend away or a mid-week venture with family, centrally located Union Victoria Motel will have you sorted.

Rotorua is undoubtedly New Zealand's ultimate holiday destination. There's always plenty to see and do for families, adventure travellers, those looking for a luxurious getaway, or simply a base to explore the surrounding region.

Skyline Luge is a fun, fast-paced family activity that everyone will enjoy! This provides a fun-filled gravity ride on 3-wheeled carts, where riders control the direction and speed through a unique breaking system. There are three tracks of varying terrain and difficulty with a total of over 5km of track to experience!

Just 10 minutes from downtown Rotorua, you can experience one of Rotorua’s oldest and most popular attractions - The Agrodome Farm Show. This hands on experience is fun for the whole family. You will see a live sheep shearing demonstration, watch farm dogs put on a show, feed baby lambs or hand-milk a cow!

The Rotorua Night Market takes place every Thursday night, in the heart of Tutanekai Street. Here, you enjoy boutique-style shopping, showcasing the best the region has to offer in arts, crafts and accessories. Normally a bustling thoroughfare, the street is transformed into a festive family atmosphere with live entertainment. The Rotorua Night Market is a premier destination for the community as well as for national/international visitors to the city.

Union Victoria Motel and Mitai Maori Village are coming together to give you an unbeatable deal on Rotorua Accommodation and Entertainment.


Check out the exciting packages that Union Victoria Motel have got going on for Winter:
Accommodation & Maori Cultural Experience 2 Adults: One night Accommodation & Show 288.00 save 54.00
2 Adults: Two nights Accommodation & Show 384.00 save 78.00 Multi/Family options available on request.

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