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Chateau Tongariro

Chateau Tongariro At the foot of Mount Ruapehu in the Tongariro National park. (world Heritage park). 100kms from Taupo, 18kms from National Park railway station.NAThe Ruapehu Room is the Chateau Tongariro Hotel's signature restaurant and delivers the finest ambience and all the sophistication expected of the Chateau?s elegant traditions. The glow of chandeliers, the clink of wine glasses, service that is second-to-none and superb Pacific-Rim dining. Breakfast is also served daily in the Ruapehu Restaurant and is a buffet of cooked and continental selections. Ruapehu Restaurant Opening Hours: Breakfast:- from 6.30am to 10am daily - Full mountain buffet breakfast. Lunch:- Sunday buffet lunch from 12 noon - Reservations essential. Dinner: from 6.30pm a la carte menu - Reservations essential Dress Code for the Ruapehu Room : Pack some clothes for dinner, a reasonable standard of dress is required for dinner in the Ruapehu Room. For men, a shirt with a collar and trousers and suitable footwear is recommended.A Grand hotel built in 1929, designed on classical lines.A medium sized lobbyThe elegant Chateau Tongariro is located within Whakapapa Village - in the heart of Tongariro National Park and was constructed during the 'roaring twenties' and was also the year that was the beginning of the world's great depression, 1929. Today, the hotel provides accommodation, restaurants, bars, and is one of the best bases for those doing the Tongariro crossing one day hike. It is surrounded by a stunning natural playground bursting with diverse landscapes for visitors to the Tongariro National Park to discover. Guests can ski down the snow-covered slopes of an active volcano in winter or spring, on New Zealand?s largest commercial ski field or soar above, or hike to, the amazing crater lakes, lush alpine meadows and moon-like landscapes that are uncovered when the winter snow melts. Gorgeous waterfalls, glittering river pools and several lakes call you to boat, raft, swim, kayak or picnic. Horse-trekking, quad-biking, bungy-jumping, rock-climbing, sky-diving, mountain-biking and more. Much of the Lord of the Rings trilogy was filmed right here in this magnificent National Park ? and guests can take a guided tour of many of the locations, including Mount Doom. CA0914Surcharges may apply for dining on Christmas Day.(c) Donvand Limited 2015
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