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Stamford Plaza Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Stamford Plaza Auckland

22 - 26 Albert Street, Auckland - Map
 
 
"lovely to be so near the waterfront 10min walk"
a wonderful overnight stay [for my husbands 65th birthday] and a party of 8 [3 rooms booked for 3 couples and 1couple in residence] we had dinner out and had breakfast in the dining room [very busy ] lovely food Thnak you
Traveller from Pakuranga Auckland
Copthorne Hotel Auckland, HarbourCity - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Copthorne Hotel Auckland, HarbourCity

196-200 Quay Street, Auckland - Map
 
 
We found the staff very helpful but felt the hotel was a bit tired and old. Needs a revamp. The décor very 70's, looks like the bedspreads are very old and out of date. Pillows need replacing. Also if you want a good night sleep don't stay here because the traffic and public noise is very bad. The good thing is you are very close to all the shops, eateries, etc,
A Traveller
Amora Hotel Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Amora Hotel Auckland

100 Greys Ave Auckland Central, Auckland - Map
 
 
"Good hotel close to central business district"
modern and comfortable, located on a quiet side street but within easy walking distance of central business district, restaurants, and shops.
Traveller from Davis,
Skycity Hotel - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Skycity Hotel

Corner Victoria and Federal Streets, Auckland - Map
 
 
Great hotel in an excellent location. Staff are more than accomodating and go above and beyond to meet your needs.
A Traveller
Copthorne Hotel Auckland City - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Copthorne Hotel Auckland City

150 Anzac Avenue, Auckland - Map
 
 
"Close to conference venue"
Carpets need to be changed, they make place look not very good
Traveller from Wellington
Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland City - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland City

1 Hobson Street, Auckland - Map
 
 
"Perfect for me"
I was only there for a weekend and enjoyed my stay. I think $30 p/night for a car park is pretty hefty along with the wifi. Thankful to be able to connect to the city's free wifi from my room though.
Traveller from Australia
Overlooking Auckland's famous Viaduct Harbour, the Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland is easily recognized by its sharp …More
Crown on Cintra Lane - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Crown on Cintra Lane

3 Whitaker Place, Auckland - Map
 
 
"Crown on Cintra actually Quest????"
Found no sign for Crown on Cintra on road or on hotel, actual name is Quest?? Very confusing.
A Traveller
Quest on Cintra Lane is conveniently located in the heart of Auckland- New Zealands largest city- Quest on Cintra Lane is …More
Skycity Grand Hotel - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Skycity Grand Hotel

90 Federal Street, Auckland - Map
 
 
"Close and convenient "
Great location if you want to be close to CBD or 5 mins in a taxi or 10 by bus to Ponsonby. Amazing restaurants nearby and in Ponsonby.
Traveller from Sydney
Set atop SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre, this hotel is across the street from Sky Tower and the SKYCITY Auckland …More
Crowne Plaza Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Crowne Plaza Auckland

128 Albert St, Auckland - Map
 
 
Room was very comfortable with all mod cons. Would definitely stay here again
Traveller from Newcastle NSW
Rendezvous Hotel Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rendezvous Hotel Auckland

71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland - Map
 
 
"Close to city"
Great location for me to take kids to vector arena and sky tower
Traveller from chch

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    Where to Stay in Auckland?

    It may not quite be the case – as Aucklanders are fond of saying – that New Zealand ends south of the Bombay Hills. But Auckland is without a doubt a world-class city, home to many of the top-ranked cultural, entertainment and shopping attractions of the nation. And no-one can deny that its setting – caught between the glittering waters of Waitemata and Manukua Harbours and peppered with extinct volcanoes – is as dramatic as it is beautiful.

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    It's also an ample city, spread over 20 kilometres across the northern tip of North Island. It includes a diverse bunch of districts, from the towering busyness of the waterfront to the quiet refuges of its further flung islands. So if you're coming to the city, whether for business or pleasure, choosing the best hotels for your Auckland trip can be daunting. Which is why Expedia.co.nz have selected the top hotel districts in the City of Sails, to make your planning a breeze.

    The tower-decked skyline of the waterfront draws the eye Auckland-bound. And the benighted strip of the CBD is home to the cream of the city's hotels. Many business travellers choose to stay here, due to the range of accommodation – several five-star hotels, and a large number of mid-priced, but high-calibre, modern hotels.

    The adjacent districts of Newmarket-Rumuera, south of the CBD, have more of a retail focus. Hotels here tend to be large and modern, catering for all manner of visitors: business people, tourists and shoppers alike. Lying in the heart of the city's night-life, and right next to the cultural buzz of down-town, accommodation here is attractive – if relatively expensive.

    Close by is the contrasting district of Parnell, with its smaller scale and more individual shopping experience. It is still firmly in the upmarket category, but as the oldest part of Auckland, this district has an authentic chic about it. The hotels are an interesting and diverse bunch too. There's a mix of new and old, high-class boutique establishments, which rub shoulders with well-presented guest-houses. Prices are still quite high, but less so than in the more central districts.

    One way to get a superb view of Auckland, with less expense (and yet still remain close to the city-centre action) is to head across the Harbour Bridge. Here, on the North Shore, you'll find a mix of newly-built suburbs and older bay-side villages. There are many good family hotels here, and even a few affordable B&B-style of lodging. Choose the right hotel, looking back south over the Harbour, and you'll have the whole of Auckland's famed skyline as your backdrop.

    That view will be lost almost entirely if you hop on the boat to Waiheke Island. But the short trip will be worth it. While the urban centres remain close to hand, this large island in the Hauraki Gulf is famed for its lush plantations of olive groves and vines. There is a good range of accommodation, mainly aimed at visitors wanting to put the city to one side. Beach-fronting hotels, farmhouses for rent, boutique guest-houses – and lungfuls of fresh air – make this an Auckland experience to relish, especially for anyone hitting the big smoke from the south.

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