Situated in Paparoa National Park just 300 meters from the magnificent Pancake Rocks and Blowholes, the beachfront Punakaiki Resort offers comfortable, environmentally friendly accommodation with rainforest and ocean views. Guests receive unlimited free WiFi during their stay.
Rooms at Punakaiki Resort are decorated in warm colours and feature large windows. Each room includes a tea/coffee maker and a refrigerator. Guests can enjoy watching satellite TV.
Laundry facilities and internet kiosks are available for guest use. A variety of activities are available near the hotel, including guided walks, river kayaking, and horse trekking.
Jacob's Grill Restaurant and the Club Bar overlook the beach and feature floor-to-ceiling windows. Jacob's is open for breakfast and dinner.
Greymouth is about 45 kilometers from the hotel. Free off-street parking is provided.
Williams Hotels is a fourth generation West Coast family business focused on the provision of providing our guests with an exceptional hospitality experience. The business is 100% New Zealand owned and operated and looks to integrate kiwi style with international standards.
Tony Williams is the current owner and managing director and has over 30 years of experience in hospitality. Tony is supported by his sons who hold both domestic and international, commercial and finance experience. Tony is also supported by our 150 staff that works tirelessly to deliver a warm and personal stay.
As a privately held family business, our core principles include:
o Guest experience
Williams Hotels has grown to a portfolio of over 350 quality rooms that are strategically located in some of New Zealand’s most iconic locations. They include:
o Oakridge Resort in Wanaka
o Punakaiki Resort in Punakaiki
o Ashley Hotel in Greymouth
o Ashley Hotel in Christchurch
o Towers on the Park in Christchurch
Williams Hotels also has extensive experience in the provision of hospitality consulting services with a particular emphasis on managing difficult/distressed operations, start-ups and ownership transitions.