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Accommodation
in New Zealand
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Finding a place to stay in New Zealand is very easy but of course it will all depends on how much you want to spend, and the type of accommodation you want. Auckland is the most expensive city, followed by Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown, but as you leave these centres you will begin to find the prices dropping. It is all about the location, and so if you want to stay in the city centre, by the beach or lake side, or in places where the view is so incredible it makes the sheep jump, then you can expect to pay for it. The standard of accommodation in New Zealand is high and you can expect most of places to be clean and in working order.

Accommodation in NZ for those who are broke or bankrupt are very few,  since prices start from around NZ$ 10 if you camp, or NZ$ 20 for a bed in a Backpackers Hostel. Sleeping under the stars is an option you could take if your parents are seals or penguins, as even in the summer temperatures can get very low, and you may wake up as an ice block. The only other accommodation option you may find with a similar price of a Hostels are home stays, or if you are sharing the cost with a few others. One option for those with little money is to exchange the accommodation for work. (You will get more details on each of these accommodation types simply by choosing it on the left bar on top of the page).

For those who like something of comfort but do not need all the luxuries, the options are many. Motels and Hotels are probably what you will be looking for, with prices ranging from NZ$60 to NZ$100 for 2 or more people. These options provide the basics that you need to be comfortable and to have privacy, for an affordable price. Standards around New Zealand are high so rooms are kept very clean and they are normally located in convenient areas ....................................... .................................................................................................... ..............................................................................

And if you cant live without the luxury, or simply want to treat themselves to something special, accommodation such as the one picture on top of the page, can cost up to NZ$ 1000 per night, where the wine, the meals, the wood for the fire, the boat, books, everything that is going to make your stay more enjoyable.. It is included. Luxury hotel groups are also found in abundance in the major tourist and city centres. You can also find many luxury resorts, some with its own golf courses, spa retreats and sport centres, but they are mostly found in more remote locations around New Zealand. In the south Island it is even possible for you to stay in a real castle, with queen and king treatment to match. Hotels (3 stars and up) start from NZ$ 100 per night, however when dealing with luxury, only your bank account will be the limit.  

Tip: Tourist Information Centres, which are spread throughout the whole country, can help with accommodation information, and make free reservation, for backpackers to a 6 star resort. They can also provide you with information and options, which you may not find on the Internet. You will find details of all the types of Accommodation in New Zealand on the left bar on top of this page.

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