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Criterion Art Deco Backpackers

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0.2km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
Free Breakfast

The Criterion has recently been refurbished and now provides travelers with a comfortable base for exploring the Hawke's Bay area.... More...

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The Art House Backpackers

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.9
Very good 16
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Welcome to the Art House! We offer a cheap, fun, social environment for friendly, outgoing and sociable people! We are not a palace but we provide good, clean accommodation.... More...

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Stables Lodge Backpackers

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
7.9
Very good 178
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Welcome to our cosy, central, comfort-designed hostel, close to bus & 50m to ocean. Come enjoy a homely experience with our super crew, movie night, TV/DVD, comfy hammock, winter heating.... More...

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Archies Bunker

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
7.7
Very good 68
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Archies Bunker the last Art Deco building built in Napier. A much more simple style for this period.... More...

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Parkside Lodge

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5.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 1
Free WiFi

We are located opposite 3 hectares of diverse parklands. Parkside Lodge offers free WiFi and free on-site parking. Our guests are invited to make use of our fully equipped shared kitchen with espresso... More...

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For coastal views on New Zealand's North Island amid the famous vineyards of Hawke's Bay, head to Napier. This small city is home to many wineries, and the restaurants and bars serve locally produced bottles of Pinot Gris and Syrah. Napier is famous for its film-set-like streets with pastel-painted Art Deco architecture – mostly new builds after an earthquake in the 1930s. Along the seafront, a tree-lined promenade leads to the Marine Parade where you can spot some of the 50 creative murals that decorate the city.

Napier hostels are just as unique as its famed architecture. Stay in a converted luxury hotel from the 1930s in the heart of the city, or sleep in the last Art Deco building constructed in Napier. You can unwind with a beer on an upstairs patio, or strike up a game of pool in communal spaces. You'll also find a Napier hostel in a wooden lodge, steps from the ocean and feels like a home away from home with a shared kitchen and free Wi-Fi.

As for neighbourhoods, Napier's central business district features the city's famous buildings full of quirky cafés and vibrant strips of shops, all a short walk from the Pacific Ocean and the restored Marine Parade. A 10-minute cycle from the centre will bring you to the old fishing village of Ahuriri, now an ultra cool area with boutique shops, art and design galleries and bars with easy-going vibes. Two of the area's oldest wineries, Mission Estate and Church Road, can be found in the calm suburb of Taradale.

After sightseeing along the Marine Parade, learn about the city's earthquake and Maori heritage at the MTG Hawke’s Bay museum and art gallery. You can explore the ocean from dry land at The National Aquarium of New Zealand, the largest in the country, or learn to stand-up paddle board on calm harbour waters. For dramatic landscapes and striking views, head to the nearby mountains and hike some of the trails at Te Mata Peak.

Napier is just a 20-minute drive from Hastings or 4 hours from Wellington. From Wellington Airport, catch the Airport Flyer Bus service to Wellington Railway station and the city's bus station, where you can grab a bus and be in Napier in around 5 hours. Once in the city, it's easy to get around on local public buses. Feeling adventurous? Go solo and hire a car or motorbike, or get a motorhome if you're heading into the wilderness.

We have 5 hostels in Napier with an average rating of 7.5 based on 490 reviews 5 of 5 properties available in Napier

About Napier

For coastal views on New Zealand's North Island amid the famous vineyards of Hawke's Bay, head to Napier. This small city is home to many wineries, and the restaurants and bars serve locally produced bottles of Pinot Gris and Syrah. Napier is famous for its film-set-like streets with pastel-painted Art Deco architecture – mostly new builds after an earthquake in the 1930s. Along the seafront, a tree-lined promenade leads to the Marine Parade where you can spot some of the 50 creative murals that decorate the city.

Napier hostels are just as unique as its famed architecture. Stay in a converted luxury hotel from the 1930s in the heart of the city, or sleep in the last Art Deco building constructed in Napier. You can unwind with a beer on an upstairs patio, or strike up a game of pool in communal spaces. You'll also find a Napier hostel in a wooden lodge, steps from the ocean and feels like a home away from home with a shared kitchen and free Wi-Fi.

As for neighbourhoods, Napier's central business district features the city's famous buildings full of quirky cafés and vibrant strips of shops, all a short walk from the Pacific Ocean and the restored Marine Parade. A 10-minute cycle from the centre will bring you to the old fishing village of Ahuriri, now an ultra cool area with boutique shops, art and design galleries and bars with easy-going vibes. Two of the area's oldest wineries, Mission Estate and Church Road, can be found in the calm suburb of Taradale.

After sightseeing along the Marine Parade, learn about the city's earthquake and Maori heritage at the MTG Hawke’s Bay museum and art gallery. You can explore the ocean from dry land at The National Aquarium of New Zealand, the largest in the country, or learn to stand-up paddle board on calm harbour waters. For dramatic landscapes and striking views, head to the nearby mountains and hike some of the trails at Te Mata Peak.

Napier is just a 20-minute drive from Hastings or 4 hours from Wellington. From Wellington Airport, catch the Airport Flyer Bus service to Wellington Railway station and the city's bus station, where you can grab a bus and be in Napier in around 5 hours. Once in the city, it's easy to get around on local public buses. Feeling adventurous? Go solo and hire a car or motorbike, or get a motorhome if you're heading into the wilderness.