The recently refurbished Masonic Art Deco Hotel in the heart of Napier, is one of the towns most well preserved examples of the Art Deco architecture that the area is so famous for.
First built in 1861, the hotel was rebuilt in 1897 after a huge earthquake destroyed it, along with most of the rest of the town.
Certainly the grandest hotel in Napier, the hotel has 46 suites and rooms, with an ambiance and style that reflects is heritage and history. beautiful furnishings and carefully designed décor make every room unique and individual and comfy beds and rain forest showers, add extra touches of luxury.
20 of the guest rooms open out onto balconies that take in stunning views of the pacific ocean, and Marine Parade Promenade.
What our travellers love about staying here;
- The beautiful décor and Art Deco touches everywhere
- The location – right in the centre of Napier
- The adjacent bar and restaurant with an excellent menu.