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Stamford Plaza Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Stamford Plaza Auckland

22 - 26 Albert Street, Auckland - Map
Nice place, handy to viaduct and britomart. Getting a bit dated and the staff need to sharpen up.
A Traveller
Rendezvous Hotel Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Rendezvous Hotel Auckland

71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland - Map
"Great Hotel with easy access to the Aotea Centre "
Enjoyed the stay, great hotel, close access to the Aotea Centre and nice clean facilities. The staff were really helpful and friendly. Good walking distance to the waterfront and central city restaurants. Only issue we had the noise of sirens in the night. Hotel is near the police station.
Traveller from Christchurch
Skycity Hotel - Auckland Hotels

Skycity Hotel

Corner Victoria and Federal Streets, Auckland - Map
"Great stay, close to everything"
Great Hotel, very close to everything in the city, I enjoyed my stay :)
Traveller from Wellington
Crowne Plaza Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Crowne Plaza Auckland

128 Albert St, Auckland - Map
"Great location so close to city centre"
Friendly staff,great location, very comfortable room. It's fabulous to have two queen beds and they are so comfortable.
Traveller from NZ
The Langham, Auckland - Auckland Hotels

The Langham, Auckland

83 Symonds Street, Box 2771, Auckland - Map
"Beautiful Hotel!"
Fabulous staff, couldn't find fault in anything - just beautiful and very luxurious :-)
Traveller from Christchurch
Ramada Suites Auckland, Federal Street - Auckland Hotels

Ramada Suites Auckland, Federal Street

219 Federal Street, Auckland - Map
"Quiet, friendly - but cramped & a bit pricey"
Pluses include very friendly and helpful staff, and it is well soundproofed. I've had bad experiences in central city hotels in NZ and my heart sank when I saw how close this hotel was to the central Police station & a notorious hoon highway. But I didn't hear a peep from that or from other guests. The only drawbacks are: it is very cramped, which is ok if you are not going to spend much time there (and most people won't I suppose) but less so if you need a bit of space to work in. It's also at the pricey end of the scale.
A Traveller
Skycity Grand Hotel - Auckland Hotels

Skycity Grand Hotel

90 Federal Street, Auckland - Map
"Lovely hotel in central city "
Great location. Well appointed rooms. Such a comfy bed 😀
Traveller from f
Set atop SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre, this hotel is across the street from Sky Tower and the SKYCITY Auckland …More
Copthorne Hotel Auckland City - Auckland Hotels

Copthorne Hotel Auckland City

150 Anzac Avenue, Auckland - Map
"Great location. Staff eager to help"
Noisy fridge, in fact turned off to sleep. Could do with room refurbishment.
Traveller from wanganui
Scenic Hotel Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Scenic Hotel Auckland

380 Queen Street, Auckland - Map
"Great Location, Friendly Staff"
We stayed here when we went to an event at the Aotea Centre so the location was fabulous for that. Parking outside when we arrived was a little bit of an issue as a bus had taken up most of the hotel parking. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The bed wasn't very uncomfortable but I do realise that the preference of the hardness of a bed is a personal thing Despite this, I would stay here again
Traveller from Hamilton, NZ
Auckland Harbour Oaks - Auckland Hotels

Auckland Harbour Oaks

16 Gore Street, Auckland - Map
"Okay, but not great"
The hotel is comfortable enough, but tired and in a seemingly dodgy part of town. Would stay there again, but with lower expectations.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Auckland

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