Luxurious and encircled by lush forest, this award-winning lodge offers the ultimate escape with an indulgent day spa alongside rustic timber and stone villas with crackling fireplaces and scenic views.

Treetops Lodge And Estate

351 Kearoa Road
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Secluded and luxurious, this elegant stone and timber lodge is nestled among 2,470 acres of native forest, just 25-minutes from Rotorua. Reconnect with nature while exploring 43 miles of nature trails before slipping into a soothing outdoor mineral hot tub. The enchanting day spa will awaken the senses while the gourmet restaurant will delight tastebuds. Spend the evenings in the simplicity of a lodge room, the intimacy of a secluded villa with a fireplace and kitchenette, or in the relaxed luxury of a private cottage.

Why we recommend the Treetops Luxury Lodge & Estate

  • Located within lush native forests
  • Surrounded by nature trails
  • Outdoor mineral hot tub
  • Gourmet restaurant onsite
  • In-house day spa

Attractions near the Treetops Luxury Lodge & Estate

Relax in Waikite Valley Thermal Pools

Rotorua is situated in volcano country. Despite the obvious dangers this unique location also brings benefits, such as naturally-heated pools. Pure spring water fills a number of pools at Waikite Valley Thermal Pools, each with a slightly different temperature. The main pool, big enough in which to swim a few laps, sits between 35 degrees Celsius and 38 degrees Celsius. Some of the smaller spa-style pools are slightly warmer – between 38 and 40 degrees Celsius.

Waikite Valley Thermal Pools is the only attraction of its kind in New Zealand that uses 100 percent pure and naturally-heated thermal water. Add in the views offered from its dramatic hillside location and this attraction is one of the most relaxing places to visit in Rotorua.

Visit the Buried Village of Te Wairoa 

In June of 1886, the Buried Village of Te Wairoa was completely buried when Mount Tarawera erupted for more than four hours. The fatal eruption took more than 150 lives.

Part of Te Wairoa has been reconstructed. Visitors to the site can discover what life was like before the eruption. An onsite museum displays artefacts that have been recovered through careful digging and guided tours are also available. This is a great way to learn about life in the area, Maori history and the cause and effect of volcanic eruptions. 

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Facilities - General

Laundry serviceChildcare
BikesHealth club or gym
Day spa 


Facilities - Room

Minibar (some rooms)Air conditioning
Wi-FiCable TV
Iron and ironing boardIn-room safe
Room serviceTelephone
Tea / coffee making facilitiesNon-smoking

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