Heartland World Heritage Hotel is located in the town of Haast in the West Coast.
Guests can choose from 52 centrally heated ground floor ensuite rooms. The Waitoto Room, Frontier Cafe & Bar and the Arawata Bar operate in the hotel itself and are known for using West Coast ingredients and are known for local delicacies like whitebait. The hotel has conference amenities for up to 50 delegates and function space for up to 200 invitees.
Haast is located in the vast World Heritage Area of Te Wahipounamu. The area is known for its rugged surroundings, wet weather, rainforests and rare species. Several endangered animals such as Hector dolphins, Fiordland crested penguins and the Haast tokoeka are found in the region. The surrounding region is known for its numerous walking and tramping tracks
Very disappointing indeed. An overpriced campground cabin really.
The Name indicated something grand, slow service, average food, and I would rate the room maybe 1 or possibly 2 star.
Very small room. Bed not very Nice to sleep in.
This hotel was very clean and the beds were comfy. The restaurant was over priced and especially the $18 continental breakfast which did not include fruit or yoghurt-only toast or cereal! Rating 2
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