Friendly Pacific Rendezvous Resort Welcomes Sports Clubs And Social Groups

Friday 30 January 2015, 1:15PM
By Beckie Wright

With the fabulous summer weather we are now experiencing, this is a great time of the year to get away with family or friends, and it is also the perfect time for sports clubs and social groups to go away together to enjoy some outdoor activities in the affordable and beautifully situated Pacific Rendezvous Resort. Because the Pacific Rendezvous Resort sleeps 150 guests in 30 apartments and their rates are based on two guests per apartment, intending customers can hire the entire complex with just 60 people, making it the perfect venue for many different types of sports clubs and social groups. The Pacific Rendezvous Resort has well-spaced out, self-contained motel units which give plenty of privacy but, at the same time, with plenty of community oriented activities, including tennis courts, a swimming-pool and two spa pools, one of which is private. There is also a newly renovated games room and a well-maintained and up-to-date children’s play area and plenty of areas set up with barbeques, with firewood pre-cut and ready to go.

Over the years the Pacific Rendezvous Resort motel has built up a fantastic reputation with its many loyal clients, some of whom have been coming every year since they opened. Pacific Rendezvous Resort complex consists of a 10.5 hectare peninsular with access to two beaches, park-like grounds and spectacular ocean views. This is the ideal playground for a family holiday or a quiet weekend away for couples and friends and there is something for everyone as the Pacific Rendezvous Resort is a destination in itself.

Being such a short distance from Auckland city, Pacific Rendezvous Resort‘s location makes for the perfect weekend getaway, with the minimum of driving necessary, making it particularly attractive for a holiday weekend. TheTutukaka Coast beaches are among the most spectacular in New Zealand, with so many to choose from, each with individual character and beauty. The Poor Knights marine reserve and HMS Tui/HMS Waikato wrecks are dive destinations off the Tutukaka Coast with dive boats departing daily and with hundreds of sites to choose from the options are extensive. Several dive companies operate from Tutukaka Marina.

The Tutukaka Coast is centrally located in Northland for further day trips to the Poor Knights Islands, the Bay of Islands, Waitangi, Hokianga Harbour, Waipoua Forest or Whangarei City, so book into the Pacific Rendezvous Resort today for a fabulous summer break. For more information please go to .