5 Best Motels in Niue
5 Best Motels in Niue

5 Best Motels in Niue

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Motel-style Accommodation in Niue

Looking for a self-contained unit in Niue that’s also affordable? There is a small selection of motels that are worth considering. From motels in Alofi town, which are close to essential shops and services, to motels in quiet villages near stunning snorkelling spots, you’ll find Niue’s motels a little bit everywhere on the island. Check out some of the accommodations we recommend in this list of motels in Niue.

For more types of budget stays, take a look at the 10 Best Budget Accommodation in Niue.

1. Damiana’s Motel

Stay in one of the two affordable motel units of Damiana’s Motel in Avatele. Both units have one bedroom and two single beds in the living area, making for a comfortable stay for couples to families of four on a budget. Make use of the self-catering facilities available, including a fridge, freezer, microwave and oven, as well as other useful essentials like a washing machine. There’s a separate bathroom with a toilet and shower, as well as your own deck with outdoor furniture. Spend some time outside in the large gardens and make use of the bikes that are free for guests to use.

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2. Anaiki Motel

It’s hard to beat the location of the Anaiki Motel, perched on the clifftops with direct access to the Avaiki Cave below. Take in the stunning sea views from the accommodation’s clifftop deck then retreat to your self-contained motel unit, of which there are just four at this boutique accommodation. Couples will find the one-bedroom motel rooms spacious enough, while families can make use of the sofa bed for the kids. Each unit has kitchen facilities, including a fridge, microwave, cooktop, mini-stove and small appliances. Airport transfers are available with the motel. See more accommodation like this in the 10 Best Family Accommodation in Niue.

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3. Kololi’s Motel

Keep things simple and affordable at the Kololi’s Motel in Alofi. While there is a main guesthouse, Kololi’s Motel also offers one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, each with separate bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as a kitchen and an adjoining lounge. Units sleep three to four guests and also have their own private patio to enjoy. There is a communal barbecue available, while the motel also offers snorkelling gear to hire. See more like this in the 9 Best Budget Accommodation in Alofi.

Check Kololi’s Motel out:
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4. Aleki Guesthouse

While it doesn’t have “motel” in the name, Aleki Guesthouse offers motel-style self-contained units that any frequent motel-user will find familiar. Stay in a studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom unit with the basic essentials. The kitchenette has a fridge, microwave, toaster and a kettle, while a rental car is also included in your stay. There is also the “Red House” located away from the main complex which provides another option for couples. Aleki Guesthouse is just a three-minute walk from Avatele Beach, ideal for snorkelling at low to mid-tide. See more accommodations like this in the 10 Best Wedding & Honeymoon Accommodation in Niue.

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5. Gabe’s Motel

Not really a “motel”, Gabe’s Motel is better described as a guest house, offering two separate guest rooms with shared facilities. Stay in the self-contained cottage with a double and a single room available and make use of the communal kitchen facilities. Rooms feature tea/coffee-making facilities and a fan, while guests will need to share a bathroom with a shower and toilet. Find Gabe’s Motel located near the airport and hospital. See more accommodation like this in the 10 Best Guest Houses in Niue.

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More About Motels in Niue

That’s it for the best motels in Niue. Now check out The 30 Best Accommodations in Niue so you can see how these stays compare.


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Niue Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Niue. She knows the island inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Niue’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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