VR Rotorua Lake Resort

Address:
366 SH 33, Mourea, New Zealand - View the map

Located on the shores of beautiful Lake Rotoiti, and just 15 minutes drive from central, lies VR Rotorua Lake Resort Accommodation, known for its idyllic setting and superb facilities. The magnificent surroundings, provide the perfect setting for a weekend getaway, or a longer break, where you can relax and unwind, and simply soak up the atmosphere. Our hotel is the perfect place for it. VR Rotorua Lake Resort is fully equipped to make your stay a pleasurable one.

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Address:
366 SH 33,
Mourea,
New Zealand

Phone:
+64 7 362 4599

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