Four Seasons Motel

384 Hibiscus Coast Highway,, Orewa, New Zealand

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Good For Families
  • Families60
  • Couples7
  • Solo0
  • Business50
  • orewas crappiest motel


    This place is a disgusting dump. the owners should not be in the industry, they took money from our visa 2 months before we stayed and without permission. He went through a wallet in front of us, he looked in a bag of dirty washing, he called us rascist and threatened to kick us out at 11pm because we asked for a room key. he will make you pay before you stay and you cannot understand most of what he waffles on about. there are no washing facilities and the beds stink. how on earth did this dump rate 4th out of 5?????
    Tried to sell us an old umbrella miserable git.

    Unique Quality: It has NOTHING nice about it! Its run down and tatty, the carpark is broken up, wear your shoes inside because the carpet is gross, and where is that beach shown in the pictures????

    Directions: A bit further north of mcdonalds

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Fancy a day at the beach?

by worldkiwi

"Orewa - a growing town."

I spend most of my week days in Orewa and so I thought it was about time I made a page about this beach town.
The town is part of the "Hibiscus Coast" urban conglomeration about 30 minutes north of Auckland central on the motorway.
The town's biggest asset is its long beach, which although it's sometimes classed as a surf beach, is really generally pretty placid and very safe to swim at. In fact I don't think I've ever seen anyone surf there except in a cyclone force storm when the beach is pretty empty!
The town itself is a badly planned mess that represents a history of hodge podge growth without central direction. Oddly, it's set around a rather uniform grid of streets, but shops and buildings have sprung up as needed and are therefore very utilitarian looking. There's lots of walking required from one shop to another with no real central cluster. There's no real architectural charm to the place. However, to the council's credit they have spruced up the footpaths with nice paving and planted palm trees. Hillary Square, named after the famous NZer who conquered Everest, has received the most attention and is a huge improvement on what was before. A new paved area has linked the beachfront more directly to the town's main road - Moana Ave.
The town does benefit from a surprisingly wide variety of eateries for such a small place and the cafes in particular are of a very high standard.
There are a number of places to stay ranging from campgrounds to expensive hotels. The new multi-storey Nautilus provides accommodation for those with a few dollars they don't mind spending!


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