Pacific Rendezvous Resort Still Has Apartments Available for July School Holidays

Tuesday 4 July 2017, 6:46PM
By Beckie Wright

If you are looking for something to do with your kids this school holidays, you need look no further than the Pacific Rendezvous Resort, who have a great GrabOne promotion ongoing until the end of August. This is a fantastic offer, and an absolute boon to all those parents racking their brains for somewhere to take the kids for the holidays. The good news is, that they still have apartments available for this very popular period.

The GrabOne promotion consists of two night stays for two guests in a Deluxe apartment for $229 or three nights for $329, or upgrade to a Premier apartment for $279 for two nights or $379 for three nights. Four person and family options are available. All 30 apartments have water views and are available in one, two and three bedroom configurations. Guests can book through GrabOne or directly with the Resort. The four-person option is valid for both adults and children. In the case of additional guests, adults are $30 per night and children $15.

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 school holiday getaway, with the minimum of driving necessary, making it particularly attractive for harrassed mums and dads.

Pacific Rendezvous is New Zealand’s most spectacularly situated beach motel located at Tutukaka, just 25 minutes from Whangarei City on a 25 acre headland in the Tutukaka Harbour. It consists of 30 fully self-contained apartments, all with stunning water views, with the choice of one, two or three bedroom apartments. There is also a tennis court, swimming pool, two spa pools and a games room, to keep the kids fully occupied during their stay. That is if they’re not fishing and/or diving around the famous Poor Knights Islands. Plus, it is only five minutes to the local cafes, restaurants and bars, so jump on the website today at .