Virtually destroyed by a powerful earthquake in 1931, Napier was rebuilt in a distinctive art deco style and today draws admirers of this architectural form from all over the world. But this is just part of Napier’s appeal. The city is the largest centre in the bountiful Hawkes Bay and delights visitors with its famous wine-producing vineyards, fresh produce, flourishing arts scene and adventure pursuits.
When it comes to staying in the city, the Scenic Hotel Te Pania occupies the prime hotel spot on the waterfront with sweeping views out to sea. It’s the perfect base for enjoying the city or venturing further a field to sights such as the Cape Kidnappers Gannet Sanctuary, the only mainland gannetry in the world.
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One of the first places in the world to see the light each day, Scenic Hotel Te Pania enjoys a premium waterfront location on Napier’s Marine Parade.... More Details