The second largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, Dunedin is a region of rare charm. A thriving town set among a stunning natural landscape by the sea, Dunedin’s streets buzz with life and colour, culture and natural beauty. A university town, historic Dunedin wraps around a beautiful harbour and features our beautiful Mercure hotel. The Edwardian and Victorian spires and towers, neo-Gothic architecture and stately old homes proudly mark Dunedin's cityscape. The city centre is small and easy to navigate, with an impressive array of cafes, unique local art and craft, jewellery and designer fashion outlets. Dunedin is also well known for its proximity to amazing wildlife. A short drive from our Dunedin hotel, the Otago Peninsula is home to a colony of rare Yellow Eyed Penguins, the most accessible breeding colony for the royal albatross, and native New Zealand sea lions. Other Dunedin sights include the grand Larnach Castle, the Speight’s Brewery, chocolate factory Cadbury World, Dunedin Casino and the famous Fortune Theatre. Meanwhile Dunedin’s warm southern hospitality is an attraction in itself! Explore more information about our perfectly-positioned Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge, which is within walking distance of Otago University and the Dunedin Botanic Gardens. For more information, contact our Dunedin accommodation team. Our staff are happy to help you arrange your booking and plan your stay.

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3-4 star hotels

2.10 k.m from the city centre

Nestled in landscaped gardens, Mercure Dunedin Leisure Lodge is located adjacent to the Dunedin Botanic Gardens, within walking distance of Otago Univ...

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