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Budget hotels & hostels
The Powderhorn Chateau
Enjoying a long-standing reputation as the hub of activity during the ski season, the Powderhorn has a Swiss-chalet feel with woody interiors, slate floors and exposed rafters...
Handy for skiers, this lodge is midway between the village and the Whakapapa turn-off. The restaurant has excellent views of Ruapehu, plus there’s a bar and comfy lounge...
Skotel Alpine Resort
Situated in the heart of Tongariro National Park, Skotel Alpine Resort offers a restaurant, a hot tub and a terrace bar with a fireplace. Most accommodation boasts stunning mountain or region views...
Chateau Tongariro Hotel
The historical Bayview Chateau impresses with its grand architecture and interiors, its location in the Tongariro National Park and facilities, which include a 9-hole golf course and a cinema...
Free 50MB of Internet when you check-in! Station Lodge is located in the beautiful alpine town of Ohakune adjacent to the world renowned Tongariro National Park...
Housed in a lovely old villa with wooden floors and high ceilings, this excellent backpackers has a well-equipped kitchen, comfortable lounge and a spa pool...
Skotel Alpine Resort
If you think of it more as a hostel than a hotel, you'll excuse the odd bit of stained carpet or cheap lino, and enjoy the timber-lined alpine ambience and decidedly non-hostel-like facilties: sauna, spa pool, gym, ski hire, restaurant and bar.
Tongariro Holiday Park
Located on SH47 halfway between Turangi and National Park (approximately 24km from each), this old Kiwi classic has basic cabins and newer units. Camping is pleasant and the communal facilities are more than adequate...
These small, self-contained chalets are good for families or small groups, with kitchens and diminutive decks for relaxing on. Booking and check-in is through the Bayview Chateau Tongariro.
Whakapapa Holiday Park
This popular DOC-associated park has a wide range of accommodation options, including campsites perched on the edge of beautiful bushland, a 32-bed backpackers lodge (linen required), cabins (linen required) and a self-contained unit...
Bayview Chateau Tongariro
NZ's great missed tourism opportunity promises much, with its sublime setting and manor house grandeur, but the old-world charm is fading fast...
Rimu Park Lodge
This rambling, character-filled complex is close to the Junction and has an option for every budget. Pine Tree Lodge sleeps up to 10 ($180), plus there are cabins, slick self-contained apartments and a 1934 train carriage, popular with families.
Apart from the huts and associated campsites, there are two basic DOC camping grounds in this area: Mangahuia, between National Park village and the SH48 turn-off heading to Whakapapa; and Mangawhero, near Ohakune. Both have cold water and pit toilets.