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Hotels in South Pacific

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Hotels in popular countries in South Pacific

Below are the most popular countries in South Pacific to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

Useful insights on South Pacific hotels

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Lowest Hotel Price

£17

Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

The Langham, Sydney

Hotels Near Airport

6246
The cheapest price for a room in South Pacific found in the last 7 days is £17/night. This rate is available with Europa Melbourne - Hostel, a 2-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with The Langham, Sydney, the most popular 5-star hotel in South Pacific (9/10 rating - based on 754 reviews).
There are 6,246 hotels in South Pacific close to Sydney Kingsford Smith. Aerotel Sydney (Arrivals B, International Terminal 1) is the nearest with a distance of 0.6 mi from this airport.

Best countries to book a hotel in South Pacific

Below are the average prices for hotels in the most popular countries in South Pacific

Price

£53 - £184

CHEAPEST COUNTRY IN SOUTH PACIFICVanuatu39% cheaperHotels in Vanuatu are the cheapest in South Pacific at just £53 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE COUNTRY IN SOUTH PACIFICFrench Polynesia53% more expensiveFrench Polynesia has the highest priced hotels in South Pacific with rooms averaging £184 per night
MOST POPULAR COUNTRY IN SOUTH PACIFICAustralia87% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Australia than any other country in South Pacific

Information about staying in South Pacific

Read these important travel tips before booking a hotel in South Pacific

What cities in Oceania should you stay in?

For hotels in Oceania, there are a number of great cities to visit. Cities such as Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide in Australia are all immensely popular, whilst in New Zealand, Auckland in the North Island and Christchurch in the South Island, both have great reputations. You can get around all these cities pretty easily using the various public transportation systems, including bus, metro and train services. All modes of transport are inexpensive, so you needn’t worry about spending too much when travelling through town.

What are some popular attractions in Oceania?

Booking cheap hotels in Oceania is dependent on where you go, but it’s possible to find good deals in most cities without breaking the bank, even when you’re looking to stay close to all the popular attractions the area has to offer. The popular places to visit include the world famous and iconic Sydney Opera House, one of nature’s wonders, the Great Barrier Reef and The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) which are all in Australia, while in New Zealand, natural beauties like Mount Cook and Milford Sound are absolute must-sees. Visiting such places, and gaining access isn’t cheap but local hostels such as Jolly Swagman Backpackers Hostel are worth checking out for cheap stays. Around the Great Barrier Reef, being so vast there are so many places to stay, but a good place to begin is Coral Tree Inn in Cairns.

Which cities in Oceania have the best nightlife?

If you want good nightlife and to find cheap hotels in Oceania, then look no further than Queenstown in New Zealand, it has a great combination of affordable accommodation and a vibrant bar scene to go with it. Check out Tahuna Pod Hostel, which has cheap rates and is right in the centre of town. Other cities known for their nightlife include Cairns on the north coast of Australia, a small but atmospheric city with a lot going on, with great bars, pubs and restaurants to choose from you won’t be disappointed, the well-located Bounce Cairns is a good place to start. If you’re looking for a more sophisticated and classy night out, then Sydney is the place to be. Sydney’s restaurant scene is one of the best in the world with modern contemporary food and cuisine from around the world easy to find. While you’re out there try the native fish to Australia, Barramundi, it’s extremely tasty and a local favourite.

Which cities in Oceania have the most history and art?

Oceania hotels that are located close to art galleries and museums are some of the most popular with tourists so it’s worth trying to get the best deal while you can. Cities such as Melbourne and Sydney in Australia and Wellington in New Zealand have some fantastic museums and galleries that you won’t want to miss out on visiting. Take The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington for example, a cultural institution and a special museum to New Zealanders, entry is free and a great hotel to stay in within walking distance is QT Wellington. If you’re in Melbourne, the National Gallery of Victoria exhibits the best in Australian Aboriginal, colonial, impressionist and contemporary art, a real gem for Australian culture. Check out the Seasons Botanic Gardens, which is a short walk away from the gallery, and has a great view of the Royal Botanic Gardens.

What is the most popular destination for users looking for a hotel in South Pacific?

What are the cheapest destinations to book a hotel in South Pacific?

The cheapest destination for travellers looking to go to South Pacific is Coffs Harbour, which is 84% cheaper than the average price of a hotel in South Pacific. The average nightly rate for a hotel in Coffs Harbour is £14. Those looking for alternatives to Coffs Harbour can take a trip to Suva or Picton as well.

Nightly hotel rates in Suva are typically just £22, which is 75% below the average price of hotels in South Pacific.

If you’re more interested in Picton, you can get a hotel there for around £44 per night, which is 51% cheaper than South Pacific’s average.

What is the most popular landmark in South Pacific?

What is considered a cheap rate for a hotel in South Pacific?

The average price for a hotel room in the entire area of South Pacific is £89/night. momondo would consider any price under that to be a cheap rate for our users.

If you’re looking to visit a country in South Pacific that is usually on the cheaper side, consider visiting Fiji (£22/night on average), Tonga (£48/night on average), and New Zealand (£84/night on average). These are the cheapest countries in South Pacific to book a hotel in.

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