5 Best Hotels in Ohakune
5 Best Hotels in Ohakune

5 Best Hotels in Ohakune

© Ohakune Central Motel & Lodge

Find Hotel Accommodation in Ohakune

Ohakune might be a small town, but when it comes to accommodation it has a little bit of everything, including hotels. Here, you’ll find boutique hotels in both sections of the town: the town centre and The Junction. There are hotels attached to popular apres-ski bars and restaurants, as well as secluded suites should you seek tranquillity. Check out your options for the limited number of hotels in Ohakune in the list below!

1. Kings Ohakune

Stay in Ohakune’s apres-ski hub, The Junction, at Kings Ohakune. The hotel accommodation also adds to the restaurant and bar scenery with its western-themed bar and burger saloon. Guests can retreat to one of the queen, twin, triple or quadruple rooms. All rooms are well-presented and feature an ensuite bathroom. On-site are two spa pools, one which laps up the views of Mt Ruapehu, while a continental breakfast is also included in your stay. For those wanting more space, there’s also a private multi-bedroom apartment with a full kitchen and a balcony.

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5 Best Hotels in Ohakune© NZPocketGuide.com

2. Tussock Grove Hotel & Cottage

Tussock Grove Hotel & Cottage is a boutique hotel with plenty of recreation. Challenge yourself with a game of petanque, soak your muscles in the indoor spa pool, and play on the hard-court tennis court near the hotel. In between doing the Ohakune must-dos and making use of the recreational facilities, stay in two-storey hotel rooms with various grades, from queen rooms to spacious suites. See more like this in the 10 Best Boutique Accommodation in Ohakune.

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5 Best Hotels in Ohakune© Tussock Grove Hotel & Cottage

3. Tongariro Suites

And a hotel with just four suites, Tongariro Suites offers tranquillity and breathtaking views of Mt Ruapehu among lush landscaped gardens. Suites are furnished with contemporary flair and feature an ensuite with a freestanding bath. The adult-only accommodation also presents a relaxing guest lounge with a wood fire, as well as an attractive outside area with a barbecue and cedar hot tub. Continental breakfast provisions are left in your room each day so you can feast at your own leisure. See more like this in the 10 Best Romantic Accommodation in Ohakune.

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5 Best Hotels in Ohakune© Tongariro Suites

4. The Powderhorn Chateau

Ohakune’s premier ski chalet hotel, The Powderhorn Chateau boasts attractive timber-lined rooms and apartments. Stay in one of the queen or twin suites with luxurious additions like spa bathrooms, private balconies, views of the Mangawhero River and Tongariro National Park and more. Make use of the indoor swimming pool, as well as two in-house restaurants which make up the bar and eatery scene of The Junction part of town. We also feature this accommodation in the 6 Best Luxury Accommodation in Ohakune.

Check The Powderhorn Chateau out:

5 Best Hotels in Ohakune© The Powderhorn Chateau

5. Ohakune Central Motel & Lodge

Now that we’ve exhausted our hotel-style accommodation in Ohakune, how about staying in one of the town’s motels? The Ohakune Central Motel & Lodge is well worth considering, featuring contemporary king studios to the standard of an international hotel. Each studio is centrally heated, has a spacious modern kitchen, and an ensuite with a shower. Other features include an outdoor hot tub and barbecue facilities. See more motels in our 10 Best Motels in Ohakune.

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5 Best Hotels in Ohakune© Ohakune Central Motel & Lodge


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of NZ Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in New Zealand over 10 years ago and with a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to travel New Zealand. She knows Aotearoa inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience New Zealand’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides and is the co-host of NZ Pocket Guide’s live New Zealand travel Q&As on YouTube.

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