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The Esplanade Motel & Conference Centre
305-307 Fitzherbert Avenue
Palmerston North, New Zealand

Phone: +64-6-359 3888
Freephone: 0800 22 56 45
Fax: +64-6-359 3189


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Our motel is located close to the Manawatu River and
Massey University in Palmerston North

The The Esplanade Motel & Conference Centre is in a prime location for all visitors and guests. Within minutes of the incredible Manawatu River Walkway, as well as the hugely popular Victoria Esplanade. Incredible bike trails as well as Manawatu's most popular family playground. Fantastic coffee and food is on offer at the highly acclaimed Elm Cafe which is only 200 meters from the motel entrance, as well as the iconic sumptuous food which is dished up at the Fat Farmer Restaurant in the Hokowhitu Village only minutes away. Allow us to make your stay in Palmerston North a memorable experience. We can't wait to meet you all

Contact Details

The Esplanade Motel & Conference Centre
305-307 Fitzherbert Avenue, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Phone +64-6-359 3888
Freephone 0800 22 56 45
Fax +64-6-359 3189


If you would like to make an enquiry about staying at The Esplanade Motel & Conference Centre, please don't hesitate to contact us.

About Palmerston North

Palmerston North is New Zealand's fifth-largest city and is home to more than 70 major educational and research institutions, Linton Military Camp and the Massey University Sport and Rugby Institute.

Palmerston North has a long history of hosting and entertaining visitors from around the world. The central business district is centred on a large leafy square and many of the historic buildings have been restored and are now charming boutiques, cafés and restaurants. Attractions include the highly acclaimed Te Manawa science centre, museums and galleries, the beautifully restored Regent Theatre, and the New Zealand Rugby Museum.


Palmerston North clock tower