Eagles Nest, New Zealand

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One of the villas of The Eagles Nest
The villas lie north of Russell, in a more remote part than the surrounding holiday home settlements.

The Eagles Nest is a complex of five rental villas in the Bay of Islands of New Zealand, a few kilometres north of Russell. Located on a headland above the sea with good views of the bay, the secured compound is the most expensive rental accommodation of New Zealand, with a single night costing up to a five-figure sum in New Zealand $ (as of the mid-2000s), depending which of the villas are chosen.[1][2] Guests are also provided with amenities like personal chefs and Porsche cars.[1]

The 5-Star rated Eagles Nest has been awarded the "World Travel Award" for "New Zealand's Leading Resort" and is one of Conde Nast's Top 10 Spas in Australia and South Pacific.[3][4][5] It was also featured on the The Great Outdoors TV show.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Russell (from the Lonely Planet New Zealand, 13th Edition, September 2006)
  2. ^ Gibson, Anne (4 March 2006). "$6000 a night to live like a Watson". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 29 September 2011. 
  3. ^ Eagles Nest Luxury Resort (from the 'experiencenz.com' website)
  4. ^ Eagles Nest (from the 'travelplanner.co.nz' website)
  5. ^ Conde Nast Traveler, May 2002 (scan provided at the Eagles Nest website)
  6. ^ Bay of Islands, New Zealand, Airing Date: Aug 8th, 2005 (from the travel webpages of Yahoo7)

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Coordinates: 35°15′11″S 174°07′00″E / 35.252975°S 174.116634°E / -35.252975; 174.116634