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Stamford Plaza Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Stamford Plaza Auckland

22 - 26 Albert Street, Auckland - Map
"A fridge and bottle of water in the room is a must"
I booked via wotif for overnight accommodation at Stamford Plaza Auckland because of previous experience in Stamford Plaza Brisbane. Quality of service in Auckland was not as good as I received in Brisbane. I was particularly concerned that the room did not even have a fridge and no cold water.I believe that fridge and cold water are most essential necessities in hotel accommodation even if there is no mini bar required or provided.
Traveller from Port Moresby
Skycity Hotel - Auckland Hotels

Skycity Hotel

Corner Victoria and Federal Streets, Auckland - Map
"Clean, Quiet, Comfortable. "
Friendly staff, clean and tidy room, great location close to everything.
Traveller from Wellington, New Zealand
The Langham, Auckland - Auckland Hotels

The Langham, Auckland

83 Symonds Street, Box 2771, Auckland - Map
"best place to stay in Auckland."
All good! The Langham is without doubt the best accommodation in Auckland - the executive and club rooms are quite lovely and the standards very good. The only negative was very slow service in the lobby bar but that's the first time I have encountered that so assuming it was just a bad day.
Traveller from Wellington
Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland City - Auckland Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland City

1 Hobson Street, Auckland - Map
"Good location for Viaduct, Queen St. etc"
One night stay.
Traveller from Wellington NZ
Overlooking Auckland's famous Viaduct Harbour, the Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland is easily recognized by its sharp …More
Skycity Grand Hotel - Auckland Hotels

Skycity Grand Hotel

90 Federal Street, Auckland - Map
nice hotel good location easy to find,reconmended for people who is first time visting auckland.
A Traveller
Set atop SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre, this hotel is across the street from Sky Tower and the SKYCITY Auckland …More
Devonport Motel - Devonport Hotels

Devonport Motel

11 Buchanan St, Devonport - Map
Crowne Plaza Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Crowne Plaza Auckland

128 Albert St, Auckland - Map
"Highly recommend and would stay there again."
A colleague and I stayed for 3 nights and were very happy with our choice.
Traveller from Wellington, NZ
Rendezvous Hotel Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Rendezvous Hotel Auckland

71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland - Map
"Lovely hotel close to the city"
My family had a wonderful stay and enjoyed the stay at the hotel.
A Traveller
Amora Hotel Auckland - Auckland Hotels

Amora Hotel Auckland

100 Greys Ave Auckland Central, Auckland - Map
"Hotel close to the CBD but in a quiet street"
Very comfy room, nice bath, king bed, all round pretty good. However, the heat in the room overnight, it was just so hot, there was a portable air conditioner in the room which we did utilise but it was incredibly noisy and it really didn't cool the room down at all. Checking out on the Sunday morning was also a lot more hectic than anticipated, we were waiting in the line for about 20 minutes before we were served. You may want to use the parking located down the road at six dollars a day compared with the twenty dollars the Hotel charges.
Traveller from Canberra, Australia
Copthorne Hotel Auckland City - Auckland Hotels

Copthorne Hotel Auckland City

150 Anzac Avenue, Auckland - Map
"Lovely views and room"
Noisy lift shaft next to my room but great otherwise
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Auckland

    Are you longing for a holiday in a world class destination? Wot about Auckland? After all, it was just voted one of 2014's top ten travel destinations in the world. Our Auckland accommodation will put you in the perfect position to explore this multi-cultural region that celebrates its past and offers modern luxuries, like vibrant festivals, world-class attractions and incredible natural wonders.

    Get a taste for multiculturalism by attending one of the annual events. The first major one of the year is the Auckland Lantern Festival in February, which celebrates Chinese culture with lantern displays, martial arts demonstrations, live entertainment and fireworks. Another event that's definitely worth heading to is the Pasifika Festival in March. Here, you'll see Pacific Islanders gather to showcase their native dances, products and cuisines for the ultimate fusion of entertainment and culture. If you're a big sports fan, make sure you're here for the NRL Auckland Nines at Aotea Square in February or the V8 Supercars ITM 500 at Pukekohe Park over the ANZAC weekend (April 24 – 27). Foodies, take note of the Taste of Auckland in November and the Auckland Seafood Festival in January!

    Some of the other popular attractions in Auckland are landmarks which Mother Nature has carved out. Piha Beach, on the west coast, is known for its silky black sand and great surfing waves. Not far from the beach is the 16,000 hectare Waitakere Ranges Regional Park, with great lookouts and waterfalls which you can even canyon down if you dare. Rangitoto Island is another popular site. It's a 260 metre tall inactive volcano, which you can climb, if you have the time and fitness. The lava caves are also well-worth taking a look at on your way up. Mother Nature isn't the only one who has created impressive sights in Auckland. The man-made Auckland Harbour Bridge is a popular bungy jumping spot, and if you feel like getting wet, you can choose to dip into the water on the way down. Another impressive man-made structure is Sky Tower, New Zealand's tallest building. Daredevils can walk around the pergola or jump off the 328m tall tower (on a wire, of course). After the adrenalin rush, you can sit down to a nice meal at Orbit, the rotating restaurant at the top of the tower. On the other hand, if you'd like to do some shopping, Britomart's waterfront streets and lanes are lined with designer stores. Ponsonby also boasts lots of trendy boutique shops and bars, while Newmarket is the unofficial 'fashion capital of New Zealand'.

    There's no need to worry about how you're going to get around Auckland. There are plenty of buses, trains and ferries, as well as cycling tracks throughout the city. Plus, the airport is only a 35 minute drive away from the CBD. So, for a great holiday in a world-class destination, check out our cheap flights to Auckland and book a room in one of the Auckland hotels listed below.