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Portside Hotel Gisborne - Heritage Collection

Address:
2 Reads Quay, Gisborne, New Zealand, 4010 - View the map

Portside Hotel, Heritage's Boutique Gisborne hotel, is located on the edge of Turanganui River, offering understated elegance and personal service in an intimate, friendly atmosphere. With sophisticated studio rooms and spacious suites, Portside Hotel provides leading Gisborne accommodation. Gisborne is the perfect destination and with Portside Hotel just a short stroll to Waikanae Beach and the city centre, it is the place to stay.

Heritage Boutique Portside Hotel's spacious guest rooms and suites which are perfect for all occasions; a family vacation, a romantic weekend or a overnight stop-over. The property has a range of spacious accommodation; one bedroom guest rooms, one or two bedroom suites that can be interconnected and extended to create an extra spacious suite. An interconnected suite is perfect for visitors that plan to stay longer than usual. Besides the extra living space, the three bedroom suites are complete with a balcony and laundry.

Portside Hotel offers one or two-bedroom guest rooms both with stunning views of Gisborne's inner harbour. All suites have full kitchens and modern bathrooms equipped with internet access, controlled air conditioning, remote control TV and DVD players and Sky TV. The guest rooms also offer hair dryers, toiletries, ironing facilities and private telephone lines. For those after a more luxurious or lengthy stay, the Portside Suites are highly recommended. These suites offer an extra separate bedroom with a spacious living area and private laundry facilities.

The Portside Hotel Gisborne is located only a short five minute drive from the airport, and an easy walk down to the town's best dining spots, beaches and shopping area.

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Air-conditioned
Breakfast Available
Conference Facilities
Cooking Facilities
Free WiFi
Internet Access
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
Swimming Pool
TV
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