Reviewed on Apr. 8, 2020
Should you choose to stay in Palliser Bay, do think about pre-booking a room as early as possible, because you won't find a huge range of lodging options close to the town center.
The Boulcott Lodge, New Zealand, which is the closest hotel, is located 30 kilometres (18 miles) from downtown Palliser Bay. As an alternative, you could check out the Wallaceville Motor Lodge, located in New Zealand, which is 30 kilometres (19 miles) away.
The B-K's Esplanade Motor Lodge is 30 kilometres (18 miles) from the heart of Palliser Bay. Or, alternatively, the Totara Lodge can be found 30 kilometres (19 miles) away. Alternative hotels are the Quality Inn Angus and the Trentham Motel.
After you have learned about Palliser Bay, why don't you travel a little more of the region? The North Island region has plenty of attractions. North Island boasts beaches and coastal plains. Commonly visited North Island visitor draws are art museums, nature museums and history museums. In this part of New Zealand tourists can also enjoy snowboarding, skiing and tobogganing.
Looking for things to do? Why not spend the day exploring Cobblestones Village Museum and Stonehenge Aotearoa, which you'll find in Greytown, 45 kilometres (27 miles) to the northeast of Palliser Bay. If you'd like to spend a few nights in Greytown, check Expedia's booking pages for the latest deals at the Greyfriars Motel and The White Swan Country Hotel. 35 kilometres (21 miles) to the west of Palliser Bay, is Wellington, which is home to the Ohtel and Boulcott Suites. If you stay in Wellington, set aside a little time to visit the Botanic Gardens and St Paul's Cathedral.
Just because you're on vacation, doesn't mean you can't enjoy your passion for sport. You will find Westpac Stadium 35 kilometres (21 miles) to the northwest of Palliser Bay. If you are interested in booking accommodation close by, make a reservation in the InterContinental Wellington or Museum Art Hotel Apartments.