Although it is pleasingly remote, New Zealand and its luxury resorts are surprisingly easy to get to. The country is well connected to the rest of the world thanks to plentiful international and domestic airports, but it also has a good public transport network to get you across even the country’s more rural areas. If you want to hire a car, you will find your ALL holiday resort has lots of parking options, including valet parking. And look out for airport shuttles too – the Grand Mercure Puka Park Resort, for instance, has a very handy direct connection to Auckland’s airports.
Our luxury resorts in New Zealand
Explore our resorts in New Zealand
New Zealand’s wellness resorts welcome you in a land of beautiful, mysterious landscapes and fun modern cities for an unforgettable experience.
About New Zealand
In what other country will you breathe in pure mountain air and party in thrillingly modern cities, set out to explore the endless primeval wilderness and chill out in blissful spas? New Zealand is such a fascinating and beautiful place that ALL has set up several holiday resorts on its wild shores.
Frequently asked questions
Once you have arrived, you will quickly realise one trip to New Zealand will hardly be enough to explore everything this diverse country has to offer. You will find just the attractions for you no matter your taste or lifestyle, but you will undoubtedly want to get out and explore the legendary beaches, mountains and other landscapes. Your ALL wellness resort also offers a host of things to do. At the Grand Mercure Puka Park Resort, for instance, you will find everything from scuba diving to kayaking, while the Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour has sailing and boat excursions for guests excited to get out and explore the water.
New Zealand has a flourishing food scene which has very much found its way into ALL’s holiday resorts. At the Peppers Christchurch Clearwater Resort, for instance, you will find the Lume restaurant. There, you can sip on some delicious regional wines as you tuck into an indulgent meal made using the finest local ingredients. If you choose the Mantra Lake Tekapo, on the other hand, you will be delighted with the Rakinui restaurant and its locally flavoured fare, which is crafted with a strong contemporary farm-to-table philosophy. Whichever ALL boutique resort you opt for, you can be sure the dining options live up to even your wildest expectations.
ALL’s spa resorts in New Zealand have won themselves a reputation for excellence, so you won’t be able to resist the opportunity to wind down after a long day exploring. Take the Hotel St Moritz Queenstown – MGallery, for example. As well as a spa set in a lush green setting, there is a top-of-the-range sauna (most welcome after a long session in the boutique gym). Similarly, the Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour wellness resort has a fitness centre with a whirlpool bath and steam room, as well as a spa. There, guests can enjoy luxury custom body, facial and beauty treatments using the French cosmetology brands Biologique Recherche and Sothys.
New Zealand’s high season runs from December to February when temperatures are deliciously warm and the country’s landscapes are bursting with life, making it a good choice for anyone looking for a Christmas resort. The weather cools a little from March to May, although the water stays fairly warm for those visitors looking to get out and explore the coastline. June to August is the low season everywhere except New Zealand’s mountain resorts, where the skiing season gets into full swing. Bear in mind, however, that the weather stays fairly warm in the country’s northernmost regions.