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Dunedin has a full range of accommodations, from modest hostels to luxury hotels, whereas Invercargill has more motels than anything else. Local motels generally provide clean rooms with kitchens and TVs. Stewart Island's lodging options tend to be smaller boutique establishments, usually on the expensive side. Throughout the region air-conditioning is a rarity, but given the cool climate, this isn't a problem. Heating, on the other hand, is standard in most places.
It's a good idea to make reservations, especially in summer. In Dunedin, rooms can be scarce around special events, such as graduation ceremonies and high-profile rugby games.
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