Everything you need for your Paihia stay
Haka Lodge Paihia has thought of everything you need to make your stay in Paihia stress-free. Enjoy our free Wi-Fi and shared kitchen, bathroom, and living areas with a great selection of equipment and facilities.
NZ’s Best Bunk Beds
Our wooden bunk beds have been custom-made for the best night’s sleep. With privacy curtains for comfort, power points, a reading light and lockable storage – It’s like your own sleep pod! Bring your own padlock for the storage, or purchase one from reception.
Hotel Quality Mattresses
We want you to sleep well while you’re with us, so we provide hotel-quality mattresses and all linen and bedding.
Modern Shared Kitchen
Cook up a three-course banquet – or just heat and eat – in our lovely, clean kitchen with a great selection of equipment and cooking facilities. Free tea and coffee is available and our kitchen is open 24-hours a day!
Social Lounge Area
Hang out with travellers from all over the world in our large, open-plan lounge with the best views. The lounge is available to use 24-hours a day, but please keep in mind that quiet time is 10pm–8am. In winter we have a weekly fondue event, so be prepared to enjoy some sweet treats!
We have washing and drying facilities ($4 per wash/dry). You can purchase laundry powder from reception.
For those who book a dorm room we have clean bathrooms. Hair dryers are available to borrow from reception.
There’s no need to carry a damp towel in your luggage – hire a towel from us for only $2. We even clean it for you afterwards!
With the help of our guests using our recycling stations, we recycle everything we can. We also use eco-friendly cleaning solutions to do our part in cleaning up the planet! We feed any food waste and scraps to some lovely local pigs and we try to not use single use plastic if we can help it! We use recycled newspapers in the bins in our rooms, and use refillable bottles for our soaps and cleaning products. We also have a selection of reusable bags for our guests to use, to minimise the use of plastic bags in our town, and the water in our taps is safe to drink, so no need to buy plastic bottles either!