Nov 28, 2019 - Nov 29, 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Auckland
Auckland offers a wide variety of city center accommodation that give visitors a perfect base to explore one of the world’s most idyllic locations.
Located around two large waterfront harbors in the north of New Zealand’s North Island, Auckland is a striking modern city with all that entails, yet part of its charm is the easy accessibility to beaches, hiking trails and a near-rural adventure.
As one its country’s transport hubs, Auckland makes getting around very easy with its bus network being the most extensive, while trains and ferries are also on hand to keep visitors and residents in touch with the south of the city as well as the nearby islands. Alternatively renting a car in Auckland is also a popular option.
Visitors have a wide range of city-based hotels to choose from in a city that is also renowned for its culture of food, drink and entertainment. From high-end travellers to those backpacking their way on a budget, Auckland attracts all manner of visitors and caters for them accordingly.
Hotels in Auckland
A five-star luxury choice, the Hilton is a contemporary boutique-style hotel located on Princes Wharf looking out on to the stunning Waitemata Harbour. With sweeping views and being just a short stroll from Auckland’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment areas, it is one of the city’s premier hotel choices. Hotel guests will enjoy the high-quality rooms, the peaceful setting and the modern facilities, including a rooftop pool complete with underwater viewing window.
A slightly less expensive option, the Auckland City Hotel enjoys an enviable position in the heart of the business and entertainment district. As well as a daily continental breakfast, the hotel also serves halal Malaysian cuisine and is close to many of Auckland’s attractions, including the iconic Sky Tower and Sky City Casino, the Queen Street shopping precinct and the popular Victoria Park Market.
If a budget hotel is the priority, the Econo Lodge City Central is also located in the heart of Auckland city. Guest rooms are well-presented with a host of modern amenities and enjoy close proximity to entertainment, dining and business centers, including the Crown Plaza Convention Center.
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Though New Zealand is beautiful it's very very expensive to travel and stay at hotels or motels. They should think about that before inviting tourism.
I really loved it when I was there 9 years ago and I’ve always wanted to come back. It’s so fresh and free.
Stayed in West Auckland for a month. Been to Welly, Rotorua, Hamilton, Mt.Rhuapehu and would totally come back. I've met so many people, they will def treat you so well. Can't get enough of food, everything is very nice. Love seeing green everywhere. I love Mew Zealand! Will see you again soon!
Auckland is fun and (surprisingly) busy city that we both really liked. I know you guys were torn in the comments about whether to dedicate time there or not – but the appeal of a few good restaurants was too much to bear! I loved our road trip – the food, the people and the scenery. Although, if you can I would add two days to this itinerary, I think it would give you the time you need to really explore