For true Kiwi hospitality you can’t go past a local West Coaster also known as a ‘Coaster’
Noun; A "Coast-ter" - to wit; a 'hard case', takes 'no bull', says it like it is. Dress sense errs towards the casual, if not outright rustic. Quite parochial about origins. Also feisty about origins of the beer they drink. Prefers Monteiths. Fond of whitebait. Tends to call any rainfall, other than torrential downpour, a 'light shower'.
Verb; to 'Coast' - means to take it easy.
The West Coast is best suited to groups who require 10-15 rooms. The largest hotel on the West Coast can accommodate up to 98 rooms, take it easy if you require to spread your group between different accommodation providers as Coasters will work together to make everything run smoothly on your behalf.