Inspired by nature
Phone +64 7 282 1593
Email [email protected]lake.co.nz
34E Lake Street,Cambridge, 3434
Hidden Lake is a luxe new Hotel with a broad palette of natural, sustainable and design aesthetics. Comfort is defined in its leisurely manner. Rooms and apartments reflect the woodland setting with floor to ceiling windows and splashes of colour. Features and facilities show creative flair and a commitment to sustainability. Organic produce is a passion. The expansive barn-like shops, cafes and heritage spaces of Lakewood characterise this astonishing and unique new destination, with pathways leading into the Waikato right outside the door.
Contemporary styling is a feature of rooms and apartments with superior appointments and technical luxuries. Everything is well thought out and delivered with on-trend hospitality.
Expect a high level of service without fuss. Down to earth as is the New Zealand way. Enjoy the designer interiors and scenic outlooks while being pampered with share plates, local wines and spa treatments.
Just 20 minutes from Hamilton Airport, Hidden Lake Hotel is situated in the treed North Island region of Waikato and all it has to offer.
Given the iconic New Zealand nature on display, the hotel is ideally placed for photography and agri tours, fishing expeditions and local attractions like world famous Hobbiton and Rotorua.
Bring your walking/hiking/biking shoes. Bicycle storage and hire is available as well as a shuttle service to nearby farms and wineries.
Rooms are sound proofed and off the ground with lift access provided. Views are a feature of the hotel and spa.
D’Arcy’s Garden restaurant, club lounge and bar introduces the fruits, vegetables and flower growing produce and principles of Uncle D’Arcy, a local organic farming pioneer.
To minimise the footprint of the hotel and its guests, sustainable practices include a commitment to no paper or plastic use and reusable glass.
History is but a few steps away. Below Lakewood an original WWII bunker has been preserved for locals and visitors to connect with the past.