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Ibis Tainui Hamilton

Ibis Tainui Hamilton boast sthe city’s best location, in the CBD on the banks of the Waikato River. The hotel presents the only restaurant in the city with breath taking views of the Waikato River - a great place to enjoy unique local flavors

Since opening in 2007, Ibis Tainui Hamilton has become the region’s leading 3.5-star international hotel. The hotel has prime position on the banks of the Waikato River in the heart of the city centre and has everything you’d expect from Europe’s foremost economy hotel brand.

Every room is modern, spacious and comfortable with a cozy bed and separate en-suite bathroom. The rooms are fully air-conditioned with Sky televisions channels, fridge and tea and coffee making facilities.

I-Bistro is not to be missed. The bistro is locally renowned for its stylish al fresco balcony dining with sweeping vistas over the Waikato River. Open daily the bistro serves an exceptional buffet breakfast, light lunch and A la carte dinner.

Facilities and Services


  • Breakfast
  • Children Welcome
  • Conference Facilities
  • Dinner
  • Disabled Access
  • Licensed Bar
  • Lift
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant

Pricing and Conditions

High Season
$99-$250 (Adult)


Business Hours
24 hours
Months of Operation
All Year


Proximity To Town
CBD location


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