Christchurch

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The George Christchurch
9
8 reviews
This small luxury hotel's spacious, modern guest rooms have a crisp, monochromatic color scheme and the public areas are welcoming but intimate. — Fodor's
Chateau on the Park - Christchurch, a DoubleTree by Hilton
8
6 reviews
Two-hundred-room hotel, memorable for its lovely surroundings on the edge of Hagley Park, with an outdoor pool, restaurants and cocktail bar. — Rough Guide
Novotel Christchurch Cathedral Square Hotel
8
4 reviews
This charming hotel is among the city's growing brand of full-service properties ready to welcome a solid mix of corporate and leisure guests — Star Service
Orari Bed & Breakfast
8
4 reviews
The modern rooms in this historic villa are spacious with lots of interesting angles as they follow the intriguing rooflines and ceiling spaces. — Fodor's
Jailhouse Accommodation
7
3 reviews
Its email address is [email protected], and certainly staying in an historic jail has a novelty factor, but this offers much more than that. — Fodor's
Eco Villa
7
2 reviews
There are only eight rooms in this beautifully renovated villa, each individually decorated with luxe fittings and muted colours — Lonely Planet
Elm Tree House
7
3 reviews
This lovely two-storied home is just a few steps from Merivale Mall and numerous cafes and restaurants. Rooms are big -- all with en-suite bathrooms, one with a bathtub. — Frommer's
The Classic Villa
7
3 reviews
This bright-pink, Italian-style villa, directly opposite the Arts Centre, is one of Christchurch's cooler spots to stay. — Fodor's
Hotel Give
7
2 reviews
Three words spring instantly to mind—value, location, and liveliness. — Frommer's
Le Petit Hotel Sumner
7
1 review
Relaxed coffee-and-croissant breakfasts, friendly owners, Francophilic furnishings and close proximity to Sumner beach make this a definite 'oui' from us — Lonely Planet
Crowne Plaza Christchurch, an IHG hotel
7
2 reviews
Luxurious international business hotel with well-appointed air-conditioned rooms, atrium and several restaurants — DK Eyewitness
Heritage Christchurch
7
2 reviews
Goes all out to impress with deluxe hotel rooms and plush self-contained suites... When you get tired of doing laps of your open-plan lounge, do laps of the heated pool instead. — Lonely Planet
Eliza's Manor
7
3 reviews
Located on a busy street, its triple-glazed windows ensure traffic noise is neglible, but the back rooms are quietest (and cheaper). — Fodor's
Merivale Manor
7
2 reviews
Studios, one- and two-bedroom motel apartments. Free breakfast. — Insight Guides
The Old Countryhouse
7
3 reviews
This old country house is actually three colorful, restored villas with polished wooden floors and handmade, native-wood furniture... It's a 15-minute walk from town but you can take the bus. — Fodor's
Charlotte Jane Hotel
7
2 reviews
Named for one of Canterbury’s founding “Four Ships, this elegant boutique hotel has beautiful wood-panelled rooms, breakfast when you want it and an atmospheric restaurant (dinner only). — Rough Guide
Canterbury House Backpackers
7
1 review
More of a homestay than a hostel, Canterbury House is run by a friendly Kiwi–Japanese couple, and enjoys a quiet right-of-way location off busy Bealey Ave. — Lonely Planet
CentrePoint on Colombo Motel
7
1 review
The friendly Kiwi-Japanese management has imbued this centrally located motel with style and comfort. — Lonely Planet
Fendalton House
7
1 review
There's only one guest room available at this friendly, homestay-style B&B amid the pleasant streets of leafy Fendalton. — Lonely Planet
Around the World Backpackers
7
1 review
Utilitarian hostel with a friendly vibe, Kiwiana decor and sunny back garden (complete with hammock and barbecue). — Lonely Planet
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