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Pullman Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Pullman Auckland

Princes Street And Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland - Map
We LOVED the breakfast buffet with NZ oranges, kiwis, butter, organic yogurt and the orange-yellow sunny side up eggs! Also the offering of NZ honey, cheeses and other breakfast food items was such a great start to our full day of touring! Everyone on the staff was pleasant and helpful in maneuvering around the city to get to restaurants, attractions and shopping!
Valerie from Kauai, Hawaii
Skycity Grand Hotel - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Skycity Grand Hotel

90 Federal Street, Auckland - Map
"Great position"
3rd visit to Skycity Grand and again had a wonderful time. The atmosphere of the hotel is relaxed. The staff were friendly and could not have been more helpful. The central location was great. We also enjoyed the gym, pool and spa facilities and had a superb dinner at the restaurant.
Set atop SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre, this hotel is across the street from Sky Tower and the SKYCITY Auckland …More
Rendezvous Hotel Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rendezvous Hotel Auckland

71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland - Map
"Best hotel experience in NZ"
Hotel is well located to see Auckland on foot. Rooms are large and elegant. Staff very helpful and friendly.
A Traveller
Skycity Hotel - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Skycity Hotel

Corner Victoria and Federal Streets, Auckland - Map
"Good location, nice room."
I had a bayview room with a balcony. The view was spectacular. The pool is in a beautiful location overlooking the water. Overall, a nice place to stay, just far enough from town and just close enough.
A Traveller
Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour

21 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland - Map
"Great hotel!"
Beautiful hotel with fantastic staff. Rooms were great. We had a Luxury Marina View room which was lovely and moved to a city view King room for the last night, which was also a nice room and very large. We got a good deal as we prepaid for the Marina view prior to coming, and had to pay more for a room two levels lower for the last night. So hotel is expensive, but if you can get a decent price (which is still fairly expensive) it's worth it. We didn't eat at the restaurant as the choices were not up our alley. We did have food in the bar from their menu, and it was good. Location is amazing. Right at the Viaduct where all the restaurants/bars are and only a short walk to the main downtown shopping street (Queen Street). All in all we were very happy with this hotel.
Jennifer from Toronto, ON
Lighter Quay Hotel Auckland is ideally located in the heart of Auckland, a unique maritime experience between the vibrant …More
Matakana Motel - Matakana Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Matakana Motel

975 Matakana Road, Matakana - Map
Mercure Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mercure Auckland

8 Customs Street, Auckland - Map
"Great spot"
Great spot in middle of town. Very handy and clean.
Eric and Alli
Rydges Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rydges Auckland

59 Federal Street Cnr Kingston Street, Auckland - Map
"Excellent experience."
Very good location, two blocks from Queens St. Free sign up for 20% discount on most charges and for late checkout. STK restaurant food delicious.
Dave from Hawaii
Stamford Plaza Auckland - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Stamford Plaza Auckland

22 - 26 Albert Street, Auckland - Map
"Great location for centre of Auckland."
First class operation. The only thing we did not like was the Japanese Teppan restaurant. Very, very rude. Waited at a table for over 20 minutes without any service. We think it might be because the Concierge asked them to "Fit us in", so they just let us sit there.
A Traveller
Auckland Harbour Oaks - Auckland Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Auckland Harbour Oaks

16 Gore Street, Auckland - Map
"Nice hotel close to city and attractions"
Good place to stay good room excellent view over harbour and close to city and other places
A Traveller

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    Where to stay in Auckland?

    Spread across a striking landscape of sweeping harbours, hazy islands and green-clad volcanoes, Auckland is a city well-placed for adventure. It faces onto both the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea, so the sea is truly at the heart of Auckland – no wonder they call it the City of Sails. It's also the top Kiwi town for culture, history and entertainment, as it’s by far the largest of New Zealand's cities.

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    It also happens to be the most northerly and the warmest. It's therefore unsurprising that many Aussie visitors, drawn in by the charm of New Zealand, make this gem at the tip of North Island their base. But it's a surprisingly big city, running some 20 kilometres north-to-south, east-to-west, with a variety of districts. That makes choosing a hotel here a bit of a challenge – but also gives you the opportunity to find the locale to suit you.

    The hub of Auckland faces onto Waitemata Harbour, along the famed water-fronting skyline of the CBD (Central Business District). Its shining towers are where New Zealand's biggest businesses and banks once ruled the roost. But now this area has taken on a more cultured edge, and many of its glittering buildings are home to galleries, museums and luxury hotels. The best accommodation in Auckland can be found along the harbour-front, with its fabulous views.

    There are lots of other lodging options to choose from, though, in the centre of town. Family hotels, quality serviced-apartments, and accommodation for the business traveller are all here. Further back from the harbour you can also find some lower-cost budget hotels and B&Bs.

    Another district with an inner-city buzz is Newmarket-Rumuera, just south of the CBD. This is where the self-confessed 'Jafas' of Auckland come to shop, as well as to be entertained. It has several large, modern hotels, some perfectly located to indulge in retail therapy. And being so close to the CBD means that Rumuera hotels are great for business travellers, too.

    A bit less brash and bold is Parnell, reckoned to be the oldest district in Auckland. It also has some of its finest shopping, and many boutique cultural attractions. The hotels here are often boutique too, being smaller and more personable than in the CBD. Some are still top-notch (with prices to match) but many of Parnell's family hotels are less expensive, especially compared to the high-flying centre of town.

    To get a different perspective on Auckland, try heading to the North Shore. The hotels here offer great views back across Waitemata Harbour, and its skyline dominated by the needle of the Sky Tower. There's a good mix of family, mid-range and luxury hotels, some close to the friendly beach villages of Takapuna and Devonport.

    For all its natural splendour – and its famed green volcanic cones, like Mount Eden – Auckland is still a crowded, bustling city. But around its margins, it opens out into some breath-taking scenery. A great example is Waiheke Island. Here you'll find small-scale lodgings, beach-side hotels and intriguing guest-houses among the fine wineries and farms of this rural idyll – all just a short boat ride from the glitter of Auckland.

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