Queen Elizabeth Ave, Norfolk Island
The The Colonial Hotel is your ideal Norfolk Island Accommodation. Located on picturesque Norfolk Island, with its beautiful clean beaches, rolling green hills with classic Norfolk Island Pine Trees and breathtaking panoramic views, our welcoming hotel offers you a relaxing island experience.
Just over two hours from Sydney and Brisbane, and a little more from Auckland, Norfolk Island is truly idyllic. So come and join them…they look forward to warmly welcoming you soon.
Ever been wondering whether there's any place left in this world that's still close to perfect? Well, there is. Norfolk Island, named true 'paradise' by Captain James Cook, is your perfect next Pacific Island holiday destination. Beautiful pristine beaches, rolling green hills with their classic pine trees and breathtaking panoramic views. A place to enjoy and relax.
And if visiting Norfolk Island means enjoying true South Pacific island experience to you, you will be delighted to stay at The Colonial Hotel, for the best Norfolk Island hotel experience. Their guest rooms are warm and welcoming, you can relax by the pool, play a game of golf on an oceanfront course, ride a bicycle, enjoy a casual walk in the fresh crisp air followed by a cliff top breakfast and romantically dine the night away...
Organizing a meeting or a conference? Think about our Norfolk Island dedicated conference complex. Their function rooms can be flexibly configured for small meetings, day conferences and large evening functions, and exceptional and creative catering is also provided.Everything at your finger tips to ensure a memorable stay…
BAR & DINING
Most times of the year, guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor dining at the hotel. The Colonial Hotel - Norfolk Island is home to fine dining at Annabelle's Restaurant. You may also decide to dine in one of their two large connected rotundas, located in the The Colonial Hotel lush Norfolk Island gardens. Finally, you can enjoy the sunset with a relaxing drink at the bar.
CONFERENCES & EVENTS
A setting that you thought had gone forever. A unique stage where you can create the event your guests will remember.
The resort’s extensive gardens flow into the natural beauty of Norfolk Island, one of the remaining unspoilt places in the world. The clean air and pristine beaches, and hopefully a walk or two or a game of golf will have your delegates and guests revived in no time!
Are you a single traveller? Do you want to maximise your budget? The Colonial Hotel has 12 budget-priced, comfortable single person accommodation units. A perfect opportunity to discover Norfolk Island on your own. Like all Colonial rooms, these single units are non-smoking.
Looking to connect yourself to Norfolk Island nature wonders? Choose one of their Garden rooms. Not only will you appreciate your warm and cosy fully equipped room, but also your private terrace* joining their sumptuous garden.
When looking for a relaxing Norfolk Island atmosphere, opt for their Superior rooms. Offering easy access to the main building and lobby, they are nicely decorated with cosy furniture and modern appliances.
Their best quality hotel rooms, Poolside Executive Rooms, are located next to the pool and its timber deck. Their large pool is set in the lush Colonial gardens featuring poolside palms and fruit trees. Fold back the deck chairs, and relax.
Just over two hours from Sydney and Brisbane, and even closer to New Zealand, Norfolk offers a true island experience.
Beautiful clean beaches, rolling green hills with classic pine trees and breathtaking panoramic views
A place to enjoy and relax. Or you can take in some quality tax-free shopping, play a game of golf on an oceanfront course, experience horse-riding in the hilltops, enjoy a casual walk in fresh crisp air followed by a cliff top breakfast and romantically dine the night away... All amongst unique history and culture.
Which place could offer so much? Well this is Norfolk Island, a tiny self governing island - actually an extinct volcano - in the South Pacific.
The world has few unspoiled places like Norfolk Island. Most people don't even lock their cars or houses.
There is no stress, no traffic problems (except the cows have the right of way), no unemployment, no income tax, no snakes or poisonous spiders.
For you visitor, the Island’s history, natural beauty, myriad of activities and friendly hospitality create a holiday you’ll never forget.
"Paradise" is how Captain James Cook described Norfolk Island in 1774. After two convict settlements, the Pitcairn people, descendants of the Bounty mutineers, arrived in the late 1800s. They have maintained and cultivated their distinctive culture and language, and preserved the rich history and natural magnificence of the Island.
Your "favourite memory" of Norfolk Island could well be sitting on the beach at Emily Bay with a very inexpensive bottle of tax free champagne watching an impossibly large sun disappear into the South Pacific... then, the sky, sea and early settlement buildings at Kingston slowly turn a brilliant red.Here are just some of the activities that you might want to include in your Norfolk Island stay: