YHA Rolleston House

5 Worcester Boulevard, Christchurch

There's no better location in Christchurch - spacious parkland, the historic arts district and local culture are all on your doorstep. Plus the friendliest, most fun and entertaining staff will make your stay unforgettable. YHA Rolleston House is centrally located along the tram route and opposite the Arts Centre (with its colourful weekend art and craft markets), Canterbury Museum, Christchurch Art Gallery and the Botanic Gardens. Nearby Hagley Park offers acres of parkland for golf, tennis, running, rollerblading and petanque. Plus you're surrounded by a colourful range of theatres, cafes and restaurants for international or home-style Kiwi fare. YHA guests can join the FREE guided tour of Canterbury Museum, every Tuesday at 3pm. These tours are designed uniquely for YHA guests, who will gain unique insights into the Garden City along the way. Contact the Hostel directly for further enquiries. Late-night entry for arrivals on late flights and buses, secure cycle storage and comprehensive travel and activity booking service on site. For TranzRail reservations, a courtesy service operates twice each morning from the Hostel to the rail depot. YHA New Zealand is a non-profit membership organisation. Non-members pay an additional NZ $3 per person per night fee upon check-in. Memberships can be purchased online or at the hostel. Visit our website to learn about membership and the ways you can experience local communities and the environment through YHA NZ.

Dirección YHA Rolleston House

5 Worcester Boulevard ,Christchurch,Nueva Zelanda
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Servicios del Hotel

  • Salones/Bares
  • Internet
  • Mostrador de información turística

Comodidades de las habitaciones

  • Acceso a internet
  • Ducha
YHA Rolleston House

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  • Other than the beds, there was very little additional furnishing in our dorm, but it also had an outside balcony with comfy chairs to sit in.2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • Looking at the website, I see that the dorm I was in was actually the largest in the hostel.2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • discount per adult per night (with differing rates for children), but this is only really worth it if you will stay more than a couple of nights in hostels over the course of a year.2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • The showers were very basic but clean and there were too few of them (only two in the women's bathroom).2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • The dorms were fairly small (4 bunk beds of two beds) and were mixed.2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • Rolleston House - Great Youth Hostel in New Zealand2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • ===Other facilities=== The hostel also had various other facilities that I've now come to expect as the norm when travelling - pay as you go internet connection, payphones, a good library of books and videos, a big common room with a tv area and a reading area.2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • Most of the occupants of the hostel when I was there were in the 18-35 age bracket and were travelling by themselves, but I met some very friendly retired people there as well.2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • It was cheap (NZD$26, about £12 per night for a bed in a mixed dorm), clean, in a nice area, and I met plenty of like-minded travellers of all ages, so it didn't have the lonely feel that staying in a hotel by yourself can do.2009-09-27 - igougo.com

  • ===The washrooms=== The showers were very basic but clean and there were too few of them (only two in the women's bathroom).2009-09-27 - igougo.com