5 Best Luxury Accommodation in Greymouth© Breakers Boutique Accommodation
5 Best Luxury Accommodation in Greymouth

6 Best Luxury Accommodations in Greymouth 🍸 [2023]

© Breakers Boutique Accommodation

Where to Find Luxury Lodges and Hotels in Greymouth

Travelling the West Coast for a special occasion or just prefer to travel in style? Greymouth offers some endearing options when it comes to accommodation. From the luxury apartments in the historic town to lavish lodges on the beach or nestled in lush rainforest, there’s a limited but inviting variety. Choose from our top recommendations for a special stay on the West Coast with this list of the best luxury accommodations in Greymouth.

For more travel advice, be sure to browse The Luxury Guide to Greymouth and treat yourself to the 8 Best Luxury Experiences in Greymouth.

1. Goldfield Suites

A rural retreat yet just a short drive from town, the Goldfield Suites offers some of the most luxurious accommodations in the immediate area. Stay in one of the spacious suites which boast a separate lounge and bedroom, a private balcony and a stylish ensuite. Beds are comfortable and personalised with a choice from the pillow menu, while double glazing helps keep your suite toasty all year round – or you could always warm yourself up in the wood-fired hot tub. One of the suites also has a kitchenette should you want to spruce up your own meals or indulge in a chargrilled dinner presented by your host chef. For more accommodations with a kitchenette, head to the 10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Greymouth.

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2. Rimu Lodge (Hokitika)

While Rimu Lodge is located closer to the neighbouring town of Hokitika than Greymouth, it’s still worth mentioning here as the only five-star lodge on the West Coast. Nestled in an unspoiled environment of rainforest and views of the Hokitika River, this luxury B&B lodge is a place you’ll never want to leave. After waking up to the relaxing tones and large windows of your room, be treated to an indulgent breakfast of French toast, eggs benedict, muesli and yoghurt or whatever you fancy. You might even want to enjoy it on the extensive decking or in the contemporary decor of the lounge/dining room with an open fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows.

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3. Breakers Boutique Accommodation (Rapahoe)

On the Great Coast Road just a short drive from Greymouth and Rapahoe Beach, Breakers Boutique Accommodation offers absolute beachfront accommodation. The boutique bed & breakfast comprises of just four guest rooms, each with stunning sea views. Rooms feature charming decor reflecting the local environment with driftwood art to native recycled furniture. Your stay includes freshly prepared breakfast from eggs benedict to homemade pancakes. If you don’t wish to head out for dinner, the B&B also offers homemade pizza and antipasto platters for an additional fee.

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4. Coleraine Suites & Apartments

Within Greymouth town itself, Coleraine Suites & Apartments is one of the sleekest accommodation options in town. This high-end apartment complex features a range of self-contained accommodations, from spacious king studios to more luxurious spa studios. They offer welcome extras including a Tesla charging station, bike storage, free WiFi and a DVD collection. See how the accommodation compares to the 10 Best Motels in Greymouth.

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5. Copthorne Hotel Greymouth

Formerly the Kingsgate Hotel Greymouth, this hotel has undergone a recent makeover and come back shining as the four-star Copthorne Hotel Greymouth. This international hotel by Millennium Hotels makes a stay in Greymouth simply too easy with its city centre location and all your expected hotel amenities. You don’t even need to go too far for dinner with the hotel’s restaurant, Jimmy Cook’s Kiwi Kitchen, bringing you Kiwi favourites from “Catch of the Day” to venison pie. As for accommodation, choose from rooms with or without a river view in double and twin double layouts. Get more inspiration for hotel stays in the 20 Best Hotels & Places to Stay in Greymouth.

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6. Paparoa Beach Hideaway (Barrytown)

Finally, for those seeking a much more tranquil stay on the outskirts of Greymouth, this time a little further north in the country hills of Barrytown, Paparoa Beach Hideaway is just the place. Their tastefully designed one and two-bedroom holiday homes nestled in verdant bush offer a true West Coast experience complete with a luxurious cedar hot tub. Soak your troubles away, enjoy a barbecue on your private deck and watch the famous West Coast sunset from your elevated position. For more stays that will fit a tribe, check out the 10 Best Family Accommodations in Greymouth.

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[CLOSED] Kapitea Lodge

Kapitea Lodge makes an ideal base for exploring the West Coast highlights thanks to its location between Greymouth and Hokitika. The lodge has just six guest rooms decorated with inspiration taken from the surrounding landscapes. What we love the most, however, are the sea views, extensive gardens with a charming barbecue area and the diverse continental breakfast each morning. See more accommodations like this in the 10 Most Romantic Accommodations in Greymouth.

More About Luxury Accommodations in Greymouth

That’s it for our list of the best luxury accommodations in Greymouth. For more travel-planning success, take a look at these other Greymouth guides:

Finally, if there’s anything we’ve missed, you’re likely to find it in The Luxury Guide to Greymouth.


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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