Luxury accommodation, restaurant and bar in Hokitika.Located just 3-minutes from Hokitika township and set on an elevated terrace amid pristine countryside, Stations Inn offers 4-star plus luxury accommodation and an award-winning restaurant.Stations Inn was re-established in 2004 by Hugh and Glenda Little on an historic site in the Blue Spur goldfields.The Station Hotel was a licensed establishment in 1867 and was aptly named being the station at the end of the horse-drawn tram track.The location today offers majestic views of the Southern Alps and the Tasman Sea. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets from the comfort of your luxurious executive studio or premiere king suite accommodation at Stations Inn.
Stations Inn accommodation in Hokitika is situated in a tranquil rural setting just minutes from the Hokitika town centre and offers a choice of either luxurious executive studio units or premiere king suites, each with a balcony, outdoor setting and fabulous view. All accommodation boasts quality and stylish modern decor to make your stay at Stations Inn Hokitika a relaxing and memorable experience.
Premiere King Suites
Our newly completed (January 2008) premiere king suites provide our guests with unsurpassed luxury. These spacious suites each have an ensuite bathroom with spa bath. Our Honeymoon Suite's decor and attention to detail gives this suite an alluring and romantic ambiance.
Luxurious Executive Studio Units
Our luxurious executive studio units, complete with ensuite bathrooms, are available with King, Queen or Twin King Single beds.
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