Hotels in Auckland

Hotels in Auckland offer outstanding accommodations in a locale nicknamed “City of Sails”. Clean, crisp and vibrant, Auckland is known for its Sky Tower, which is the Southern hemisphere’s tallest free-standing structure, its impressive sea views, its super-yachts, its dramatic sunsets, its many fine restaurants and establishments, its outdoor adventures and wildlife, and its rugby. Before traveling to Auckland, it’s a good idea to brush up on your knowledge of the Māori culture. Keep in mind that Auckland small business owners greatly appreciate travelers. Fairly liberated, New Zealand became one of the first countries to legalize prostitution circa 2003. Hotels in Auckland indeed are some of the world’s most exciting accommodations to ponder. Before we get to hotels in Auckland, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Settled around 1350 by the Māori people,  Auckland  eventually became part of a British colony in 1840. The Māori population is estimated to have peaked at around 20,000 prior to Europeans’ arrival. Founded on September 18, 1840 by way of the Treaty of Waitangi, Auckland was officially declared New Zealand’s capital in 1841. In 1865, Auckland lost is status as the country’s capital to Wellington, due to Wellington’s proximity to the South Island. The Flagstaff War of 1845 between the United Kingdom and the Māori resulted in a stalemate. About 50 percent of Auckland’s early population was of Irish descent.

New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland has a population of around 1.6 million people. Diverse, multicultural and cosmopolitan, Auckland is home to the world’s largest number of Polynesians. The City of Sails’ surrounding hills are covered in rain forest. Unique to the city is its harbor, which lies on each of two separate major bodies of water. The city’s climate is considered Köppen, with average high temperatures at around 75 degrees Fahrenheit in February and 58 degrees in July. Major points of interest include Auckland CBD, Sky Tower, Town Hall, Auckland Harbour Bridge, Rangitoto Island, St Matthew-in-the-City, Westhaven Marina, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand Maritime Museum, National Museum of the Royal New Zealand Navy, Auckland Zoo, Auckland Botanic Gardens and Eden Park. The traditional Maori method of cooking is known as Hāngi, which consists of heated rocks used in a pit-oven called an umu. Auckland’s most popular foods are fish and chips, whitebait, which is herring, lolly cake, meat pie, pavola, or a meringue-based dessert, a traditional Maori sourdough bread called rewena and hokey pokey ice cream, which is vanilla ice cream with honeycomb toffee. Popular drinks  include beer, wine and Lemon & Paeroa, which is a lemon-flavored, sweet soft drink. Now that we have a little background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Auckland that will help make for an unforgettable experience.





38 Franklin Road

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Victoria Park Market

Franklin38 boasts sea views, a shared lounge, a garden, a terrace, free WiFi, free private parking, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, seating and dining areas and a continental breakfast. Near here are Little Bird Kitchen (cafe), Farina (Southern Italian restaurant), Fatima’s (Middle Eastern restaurant), Spring Spa Ponsonby (beauty salon), Prego Restaurant (Italian), Ponsonby Masjid (mosque), Win-Win Bar (cocktail bar), Po’ Brothers (restaurant), The Whiskey (bar), The Rocket Store (espresso bar), Sacred Heart Parish (Catholic church), Cake & Co (cake shop), World Ponsonby (clothing store), A Little Shop (clothing store), Working Style (men’s clothing store), The GYOZA BAR (tapas bar), Ponsonby Nails (nail salon), OCKHEE (restaurant), The Ponsonby Road Bistro, Duck Island Ice Cream, Trade Aid (store) and more.

This location is 4,900 feet from Masefield Beach, 0.5 miles from Victoria Park Market and Western Park, 0.7 miles from K Road and Auckland Council, 0.8 miles from Aotea Centre, Aotea Square, SKYCITY Entertainment Group and Auckland Town Hall, 0.9 miles from Sky Tower, 1 mile from Auckland Art Gallery and Viaduct Harbor, 1.4 miles from Auckland Harbour Bridge, 1.6 miles from Auckland Domain and 10.9 miles from Auckland Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $256




M Social Auckland

196-200 Quay Street

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Viaduct Harbour

M Social Auckland offers free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, an on-site restaurant, a bar, a 24-hour fitness center, meeting rooms and a business center. Nearby you may find Pointers Bar & Grill, Monsoon Poon (Southeast Asian restaurant), Bistro Zen (Japanese restaurant), Hello Beasty (New Zealand restaurant), Oyster and Chop (seafood restaurant), Beercycle Auckland (tour operator), Market Square, Headquarters (restaurant), VYC (Italian restaurant), Soul Bar & Bistro, Holey Moley Golf Club Auckland (miniature golf course), Parasol and Swing Company (bar), Dr Rudi’s Rooftop Brewing Co. (bar), Saint Alice (bar), Auckland Whale & Dolphin Safari (whale watching tour agency), Ocean Eagle Charters (boat rental service), Savoy Charters (fishing charter), White + Wong’s (Asian restaurant), Dirty Laundry (bistro), Baguette & Co. (sandwich shop), Sushi Pac (sushi restaurant) and more.

From here Viaduct Harbour and National Maritime Museum are 0.1 miles, Queens Wharf and Sky Tower are 0.2 miles, Auckland District Court is 0.3 miles, NIWA National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research and SKYCITY Entertainment Group are 0.4 miles, Aotea Centre, Auckland Art Gallery and Central City Library are 0.6 miles, Auckland Domain and Auckland Harbour Bridge are 1.3 miles, Eden Park Stadium is 2.6 miles and Auckland Airport is 11.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (harbor suite view): $635





83 Symonds Street

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Auckland Town Hall

With warm woods, handcrafted furniture, quality textiles, stylish interiors, modern designs, free WiFi, a restaurant, a lounge, a banquet room, a spa with saunas, steam rooms, a fitness center and a heated rooftop pool, Cordis is close to Eight at Cordis (buffet restaurant), Coffix Symonds Street (cafe), Nata Portuguese Bakery, Chuan Spa, Number 5 (restaurant), Orange Club (pool hall), Jenna Tills (restaurant), TAMA (Nepalese restaurant) and more.

Auckland Town Hall, K Road and Auckland Council are 0.3 miles, Aotea Square, Central City Library, Aotea Centre and Auckland Art Gallery are 0.4 miles, SKYCITY Entertainment Group and Auckland Domain are 0.6 miles, Auckland Harbour Bridge is 2.1 miles, Mount Smart Stadium is 5 miles and Auckland Airport is 10.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (executive suite): $419




Park Hyatt Auckland

99 Halsey St

Hotels in Auckland

National Maritime Museum

Park Hyatt Auckland boasts a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a bar, a garden, air conditioning, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, room service, currency exchange, seating areas, desks, a continental breakfast, a sauna and a hot tub. Zefiro Charters Limited (boat rental service), The Pantry (cafe), ASB Waterfront Theatre (performing arts theater), Wynyard Grill Steakhouse and Wine Lounge (steak house), Feriza’s (Turkish restaurant), Sal’s Authentic NY Pizza, Baduzzi (Italian restaurant), Good George North Wharf (restaurant), The Conservatory (restaurant), Rushworth (cafe), Wynyard Pavilion (restaurant), The Good Luck Coconut (Asian fusion restaurant), Karanga Plaza, Emirates Team New Zealand (corporate office), Spark 5G Race Zone (exhibit), Ceviche Bar by Besos Latinos (restaurant), Wander Café, Bistro and Wine Bar and more are within range.

You may find Viaduct Harbor 0.3 miles, National Maritime Museum, Sky Tower and Victoria Park Market 0.4 miles, Auckland District Court and Queens Wharf 0.5 miles, SKYCITY Entertainment Group and NIWA National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research 0.6 miles, Westhaven Marina and Aotea Centre 0.7 miles, Aotea Square and Auckland Art Gallery 0.8 miles, Auckland Town Hall 0.9 miles, Auckland Harbour Bridge 1 mile, Masefield Beach 1.1 miles, Sentinel Beach 1.3 miles, Mount Smart Stadium 6.1 miles and Auckland Airport 11.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night (executive suite): $3,025

Cost per person (three people): $1,008






Ponsonby Manor

229 Ponsonby Road

Hotels in Auckland

Western Park Auckland

Dating back to 1865, Ponsonby Manor provides free WiFi, a modern guest kitchen, flat-screen TVs, BBQ facilities, outdoor furniture and a guest lounge. Near here are Dizengoff (cafe), Liquor King (liquor store), Mekong Baby (Southeast Asian restaurant), Midnight Gardener (bar), Orexart (art gallery), Little Bird Kitchen (cafe), Chu Thai Eatery (restaurant), Fatima’s (Middle Eastern restaurant), Little & Friday (bakery), Spring Spa Ponsonby (beauty salon), Prego Restaurant (Italian restaurant), EST. 1901 (bar), Win-Win Bar (cocktail bar), The Whiskey (bar), Po’ Brothers (restaurant), Mai Day Spa (massage therapist), Black Tie Group (escort service), Ramen Takara Ponsonby (ramnen restaurant), lululemon, Gusto Italiano (Italian restaurant), Rio 40 degrees (Brazilian restaurant).

From here Masefield Beach is 4,250 feet, Home Bay Beach is 4,900 feet, Western Park Auckland and Victoria Park Market are 0.6 miles, K Road, Westhaven Marina and Auckland Council are 0.9 miles, Aotea Centre, Aotea Square, SKYCITY Entertainment Group, Auckland Town Hall and NIWA National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research are 1 mile, Sky Tower is 1.1 miles, North Wharf is 1.6 miles, Auckland Domain is 1.8 miles, North Head Historic Reserve is 4 miles and Auckland Airport is 10.9 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse with private veranda): $131




Hotel DeBrett

2 High Street

Hotels in Auckland

Queens Wharf

Set in the heart of Auckland CBD, Hotel DeBrett has free WiFi, an off-site modern fitness center, free continental breakfast, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, New Zealand art and photography, EcoStore toiletries and a bar. DeBretts Kitchen (restaurant), Cornerbar (bar), Paris Barber (barber shop), Felicitys Bridal (bridal shop), Le Chef (French restaurant), Hava & Co High Street (barber shop), Vultures’ Lane (bar), The Occidental (pub), Merchant 1948 Queen Street (shoe store), Rembrandt (men’s clothing store), The Proper Pizza Company, Bohemein Fresh Chocolates (chocolate shop), Luna Cafe and Eatery, MIGHTY HOTDOG (fast food restaurant), Chancery Square (shopping mall), Hair Laurier (hairdresser), Wok’n Noodle Bar (Asian restaurant), Hugo’s Bistro (restaurant), Gus Fisher Gallery (art gallery), The Gentry (barber shop), Little Culprit (bar), Culprit. (restaurant) and more are in the vicinity.

You’ll find Auckland District Court, Sky Tower, Auckland Harbour and NIWA National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research 0.2 miles, Queens Wharf, SKYCITY Entertainment Group, Auckland Art Gallery and Central City Library 0.3 miles, Auckland High Court, Viaduct Harbor and Aotea Centre 0.4 miles, Aotea Square and Auckland Town Hall 0.5 miles, Masefield Beach 1.6 miles, Devonport Beach 2 miles, Eden Park Stadium 2.4 miles, North Head Historic Reserve and Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World 2.8 miles and Auckland Airport 11 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe suite): $637

Cost per person (three people): $212



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Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbor

21 Viaduct Harbour Avenue

Hotels in Auckland

Aotea Centre

Set in the Viaduct Basin Entertainment Area, Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbor has harbor views, a large indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, private balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows, over-sized bathrooms, separate rain showers, deep soaking bathtubs, an à la carte restaurant, a cafe and a bar. In the area you may find Sabrage Bar (bar), La Marée (New Zealand restaurant), Sofitel Spa, The Rolling Pin Wynyard Quarter (takeout restaurant), Wine Runners (wine store), Paper Crane (restaurant), Paneton Bakery, Grafton United Cricket Club, Victoria Park and more.

Victoria Park Market is 0.2 miles, Sky Tower, Auckland District Court, Viaduct Harbor, SKYCITY Entertainment Group and NIWA National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research are 0.4 miles, National Maritime Museum and Aotea Centre are 0.5 miles, Queens Wharf and Aotea Square are 0.6 miles, Auckland Art Gallery and Auckland Town Hall are 0.7 miles, Masefield Beach is 1.1 miles, Sentinel Beach is 1.2 miles, North Head Historic Reserve is 3.2 miles, Mt Eden is 3.7 miles, Mount Smart Stadium is 5.9 miles and Auckland Airport is 11.2 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe suite club access): $741






Auckland Waterfront Serviced Apartments

143-147 Quay Street

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Sky Tower Auckland

Providing fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen TVs, private balconies, coffee machines, laundry facilities, free chocolate and sparkling wine upon arrival, Bellini Bar (cocktail bar), William C Daldy Preservation Society (historical society), FISH Restaurant, Stray Travel (bus tour agency) and more.

You may find Viaduct Harbor and National Maritime Museum 0.1 miles, Queens Wharf and Sky Tower Auckland 0.2 miles, Auckland District Court 0.3 miles, NIWA National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research and SKYCITY Entertainment Group 0.4 miles, Auckland Art Gallery, Aotea Centre and Victoria Park Market 0.6 miles and Auckland Airport 11.3 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom apartment): $229

Cost per person (four people): $58



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The Boat House

65 Pohutukawa Avenue

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Howick Historical Village

Nestled amongst the hillside and immersed in native bush that is ripe with local bird songs, The Boat House provides a unique experience accessible by private cable car. It has impressive land and water views, air conditioning, free WiFi, free toiletries, a hairdryer, a kitchenette with limited facilities, a continental breakfast and a barbecue. In the vicinity are Windross House Restaurant, Cockle Bay Reserve (park), Paparoa Park, Perfect Bride (bridal shop), Thai Passion Fine Cuisine (Thai restaurant), Focus On Fish (takeout restaurant), Four Square (restaurant), Palsun Howick (Asian fusion restaurant), Cockle Bay Tennis Club, Kingston Noodles (Chinese noodle restaurant), Guest House Restaurant (Chinese restaurant), Friend’s Restaurant (Chinese restaurant), Leonard’s Gourmet, Les Mills Howick (gym) and more.

Howick Historical Village is 2.8 miles, Highbrook Business Park is 4.6 miles, Mt Wellington War Memorial Reserve is 4.8 miles, Otara Markets is 5.8 miles, Hunter’s Plaza is 6.7 miles, Grange Golf Course 6.9 miles, Mount Smart Stadium is 7.8 miles, North Head Historic Reserve is 9.7 miles and Auckland Airport is 11.6 miles from this chalet.

Approximate cost per night: $162



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Auckland Clifftop

15 Okewa Road

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Akarana Golf Course

Also found amongst trees, Auckland Clifftop features 2 bedrooms, wondrous water views, a terrace, an outdoor dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, an indoor dining area, 2 flat-screen TVs, an iPod docking station, car hire and babysitting services. French Bay Yacht Club, French Bay Beach, Opou Reserve, McCahon House (art museum), Green Bay Street Food (night market), Wood Bay Reserve, Titirangi Beach, Yoga West, Park Road Kitchen, SOUL Centre (wellness center), Stripe Cafe, Titirangi War Memorial Hall, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery (art gallery), Upstairs Art Gallery, Vevo (cafe), Titirangi Village Wine & Spirits (liquor store), iTi (restaurant), Village Kebab (restaurant), Soy & Ginger (sushi restaurant) are all within range.

From here Waitakere Ranges National Park is 1.2 miles, Akarana Golf Course  Keith Hay Park is 4.9 miles, Ambury Park is 5.4 miles, Babich Cellar Door is 6.1 miles, The Trusts Arena 6.6 miles, Waitakere Ranges, Museum of Transport and Technology and Eden Park Stadium are 6.9 miles, Mount Smart Stadium is 8.6 miles, Auckland Town Hall is 8.8 miles and Auckland Airport is 7.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $278

Cost per person (six people): $47




Campbells Bay Mansion

31 View Road

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Takapuna Beach

Campbells Bay Mansion provides 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, mountain views, a balcony, an electric teapot, a garden, free private parking, air conditioning, a hairdryer, free toiletries, a seating area, a patio with sea views, a flat-screen TV, a well-equipped kitchen and a terrace. It’s near Possum’s Lookout (park), St John’s Anglican Church, Mairangi Bay Beach, Montrose Cafe, Bistro and Bar, Paper Moon (cafe), Taksim Turkish Kitchen and Bar, Mairangi Japanese Cuisine, Mairangi Bay Bakery, Mairangi Bay Fisheries (fish and chips takeaway), Vegeland (produce market), Mairangi Bay Fine Wines, Mairangi Arts Centre, Alexander’s Hair Design, Harbour Beach Volleyball Centre (beach volleyball court), Divino Pizzeria, Campbells Bay Beach, CrossFit Auckland (gym) and more.

Massey University is 3.2 miles, Takapuna Beach and North Harbour Stadium are 3.4 miles, North Head Historic Reserve is 6.5 miles, Sky Tower is 7.1 miles, Little Manly Beach is 7.3 miles, Auckland Domain is 8.1 miles and Auckland Airport is 18.2 miles from this villa.

Approximate cost per night: $782

Cost per person (eight people): $98




Princes Wharf Sub-Penthouse

137 Quay Street

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Aotea Square

With free WiFi, air conditioning, a restaurant, a bar, private parking, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a patio, sea views, a sun terrace and a grill, Princess Wharf Sub-Penthouse is situated close to Coley & Punch (bar), Off The Hook (bar), Bellini Bar (cocktail bar), FISH Restaurant (seafood restaurant), New Zealand Natural MELT (ice cream shop), Comvita Wellness Lab (health food store), Gourmet Burger and Brew Kitchen (fast food restaurant), Spirit Of Adventure Trust (sailing event area), The Maritime Room (function room facility), Sardine (bar), White + Wong’s (Asian restaurant), New Zealand Maritime Museum and more.

From this apartment National Maritime Museum is within feet, Viaduct Harbor is 0.1 miles, Queens Wharf is 0.2 miles, Sky Tower is 0.3 miles, Auckland District Court is 0.4 miles, Aotea Square is 0.8 miles, Auckland Town Hall is 0.9 miles, Auckland War Memorial Museum is 1.6 miles, Kelly Tarlton’s Underwater World is 2.9 miles and Auckland Airport is 11.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $182




Okura River Vacations

107 Warman Road

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Long Bay

Okura River Vacations has 2 bedrooms, garden views, a garden, barbecue facilities, a terrace, air conditioning, free WiFi, private parking, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen and a patio with river views. Vaughan Historic Homestead (local history museum), Long Bay Beach, Long Bay Playground, Long Bay Surf Club (gastropub), Nice Cafe & Ice Cream, Maru Sushi & Don Long Bay (sushi takeaway), New World Long Bay (supermarket), Guduru Reserve, Tuckers Orchid Nursery (garden center) and Okura River Walkway (scenic spot) are in the vicinity.

This locale is 1.7 miles from Long Bay, 3.5 miles from North Harbour Stadium, 3.9 miles from Little Manly Beach and Massey University – Albany Campus, 5.7 miles from Gulf Harbour Marina, 8.6 miles from Takapuna Beach, 11 miles from Tiritiri Matangi Island, 11.7 miles from North Head Historic Reserve and 23.1 miles from Auckland Airport.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom villa): $261

Cost per person (four people): $65



Lush & Co Bed & Breakfast

18 San Domingo Rise

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

The Trusts Arena

With garden views, a bar, a shared lounge, barbecue facilities, a terrace, free WiFi, free private parking, air conditioning, patios, seating areas, flat-screen TVs and a continental or buffet breakfast, Lush & Co. Bed & Breakfast sits near Lake Panorama, Vivo Hair Salon Western Heights, Opanuku Stream Cycle And Walkway (park), San Bernadino Reserve (playground) and Ingridz Dressmaking.

You’ll see Babich Cellar Door and Lake Panarama 0.6 miles, The Trusts Arena 2.2 miles, Westgate Shopping Centre 4.5 miles, Waitakere Ranges 4.8 miles, Western Springs Stadium and Museum of Transport and Technology 6.5 miles, RNZAF Base Auckland 6.9 miles, Soljans Estate Winery 7 miles, Auckland Town Hall 8.7 miles and Auckland Airport 12.6 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night: $110




Eden Park Bed And Breakfast Inn

20 Bellwood Avenue

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Eden Park Stadium

Eden Park Bed and Breakfast Inn offers turn-of-the-century style, heated tile bathroom floors, fluffy towels and bathrobes, a gourmet homemade breakfast, a lounge and free WiFi. This accommodation is located close to Florette Espresso Cafe, Golden Barbeque Noodle House (Chinese restaurant), Rapid Crossfit (fitness center), Commonsense Mt Eden (organic food store), Shanghai Cuisine, The Clare Inn (Irish pub), Robert Harris Mt Eden (cafe), Geoff’s Emporium (variety store), Tom Yum Eden (Thai restaurant), ENAK MALAYSIA (restaurant), Yokoso Sushi (restaurant), Basil Thai Restaurant, BurgerFuel Mt Eden (hamburger restaurant), The Midnight Baker (health food restaurant), Ralph’s (restaurant), The Barbers Room (barber shop), Sunset Tan (tanning salon), Atomic Coffee Roasters, Citizen Park (bar), At Bangkok (Thai restaurant), The Portland Public House (bar), Umu Pizza, Taiko Japanese Restaurant & Bar, Mix (Asian Fusion restaurant), Petra Shawarma (Middle Eastern restaurant), KAGE (restaurant), The Bottle-O Kingsland (liquor store), Jasmina Nails & Beauty (nail salon), Sacred Tattoo (tattoo shop), Crave (cafe), Urbanaut (bar), 605 Morningside Drinkery (bar), Peel to Pip (cafe), Nana’s BAKERY, Tiffin (Indian restaurant), The Beer Spot (bar), Absolutely Indoor Sports (sports complex), Morningside Precinct (food court), Bo’s Dumplings (dumpling restaurant), Miann Chocolate Factory (chocolate shop), The Mustard Kitchen (cafe), Fia Cafe & Restaurant (Malaysian restaurant), Vitrine (antique furniture store), Petit Bocal (French restaurant), The Fish & Chip Shop Sandringham, Asylum Hair (hair salon), Okra Espresso Lounge (cafe), Farro Fresh (gourmet grocery store), Eden Park (rugby and cricket stadium) and more.

Eden Park Stadium is 0.3 miles, Mount Eden Domain is 0.9 miles, Western Park and Museum of Transport and Technology are 1.3 miles, K Road is 1.4 miles, Western Springs Stadium is 1.5 miles, Newmarket is 1.6 miles and Auckland Airport is 9.1 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $162



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Warblers Retreat

8/361 Paremoremo Rd

Hotels in Auckland New Zealand

Westgate Shopping Centre

Warblers Retreat provides a sub-tropical setting with a seasonal outdoor pool, a barbecue, free private parking, a garden patio, bush views, two outdoor spa baths and organic vegetables. The Malt (pub), The Collins Cafe And Bar, Christmas Beach, Dancing Vishnu Yoga Studio, Sanders Reserve and Bike Park, The Drunk Possum (collectibles store), NZDA Auckland Shooting Range and Riverhead Forest (national forest) are within range.

This 5-star lodge is 2.2 miles from Paremoremo Rd, 2.4 miles from Sanders Reserve, 2.6 miles from Massey University – Albany Campus, 2.8 miles from North Harbour Stadium, 2.9 miles from RNZAF Base Auckland, 5.3 miles from Soljans Estate Winery and Westgate Shopping Centre, 6.5 miles from Takapuna Beach, 6.7 miles from Auckland Harbour Bridge, 7.2 miles from Westhaven Marina and 18.4 miles from Auckland Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $346



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Piha Palace

87 Marine Parade North

Hotels in Auckland

Piha Beach

An ideal vacation destination especially for surf boarders or those looking to learn, Piha Palace boasts 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, impressive sea views, a balcony, a patio, a kettle, free private parking, a flat-screen TV, a well-equipped kitchen and a washing machine. Piha Beach, Lion Rock (ecological park), Piha Bowling Club (sports club), Piha Surf Academy (sports school), Piha Surf Life Saving Club, Murray Piha (restaurant), West Coast Gallery (art gallery), AWOL Canyoning Adventures (adventure sports), Piha Domain Motor Camp (camp ground), Piha Store (coffee store), Piha Surf Shop, Kitekite Falls (tourist attraction), Piha Mill Camp (camp), Piha Beach Lookout (vista point), Waitakere Ranges Regional Park are in the area.

From here Piha Beach (known for surfing) is 650 feet, Anawhata Beach is 2.1 miles, Bethells Beach is 3.5 miles, Waitakere Ranges is 4.4 miles, Manukau Heads Lighthouse is 8.1 miles, Babich Cellar Door is 9 miles, The Trusts Arena is 11.1 miles, Westgate Shopping Centre is 12 miles and Auckland Airport is 17.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (four-bedroom home): $783

Cost per person (twelve people): $65



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So there they are, hotels in Auckland that are sure to help make for a memorable trip. We hope you have found this information useful and most of all, that you enjoy your time in New Zealand!

25 Replies to “Hotels in Auckland”

  1. How lavish some of these hotels are! They are more beautiful and luxurious than my apartment! Of course, they cost about as much per day as my apartment does per month. However, the scenic countryside of New Zealand makes it worth the expense. We all need to get away from time to time and you’ve shown the most beautiful way to do so. One of these days you may find me sitting in one of these hotel rooms gazing out the window. Thank you for sharing.

  2. What a great post, as I was going through this post I could feel as if I am already in New Zealand, I believe that place must be awesome according to the description. It’s very recommendable to know or to be sure of the place you will settle while arrive in New Zealand, thank you for sharing such a wonderful article, I am sure it will be of great help to many as they research on hotels in New Zealand.

    Thank you.

  3. Hi

    It is nice to hear a review of New Zealand such a beautiful country, which I would like to visit one day. I have seen pictures of New Zealand from watching rugby union and the cricket, which makes you want to visit the country. When you visit a country you have no idea about what hotel to stay in or if  the room you are staying in is at the best price. This is hard work and you make each hotel sound wonderful, each  having their advantages and disadvantages. When staying in a hotel you are looking for all the creature comforts without paying too much. I have experienced good hotels and bad hotels, so I appreciate avoiding the latter.

    The biggest problem is which one to go for. 



  4. In my opinion, these Auckland New Zealand hotels are the most luxurious I have ever seen.
    I definitely have to schedule a trip here. My favorite hotel is the Elegant Beachfront Villa on the Northshore. I’ve always looked for places where I can see the sea or the ocean from my window.

    I can imagine every morning how I drink my coffee on this balcony and watch these amazing views. You convinced me that this place is worth a visit once in my life, and I can’t wait to do it. Thanks a lot and wish you all the best! 

    1. Nimrodngy that is a profound statement! The views are certainly amazing, as well as the location. Who doesn’t want to visit the place that Gandolf the Grey fought so bravely?

  5. Hello, I really want to appreciate your effort in putting together this website and writing this article. The quay street penthouse got my attention. I have been to New Zealand before but not o Auckland I think that next time I visit I will take  visit to on of this places. This is very well researched and we should all know there are beautiful places in the world 

  6. This would definitely be a beautiful place to visit i had no idea the lord of the rings was filmed in New Zealand I am a big fan of the movie this has got to  be  one of the most beautiful on earth i would really like to visit here some day and stay in of these beautiful hotels and enjoy this truly amazing view I’ve never seen anything quite like this great article and great job on the description and history you provided as well it provided me with so much knowledge that I otherwise would have never known – Jonathon

  7. i must say that New Zealand is a very fascinating country and Auckland is the most visited city there, because everyone wants to see where the Lord of the rings trilogy was filmed.i have been to auctland quite a few times and I must say it no joke the place is awesome and they have amazing hotels too,during my stay I stayed at the boat house as I have heard alot about the hotel so I went there first…but I must say your article is very much loaded.i would save it for future reference

  8. Thank you for this information. Having the most important information presented simply and clearly makes finding the ideal accommodation so much easier. I enjoy that the information provided isn‘t overwhelming and that I got from it what I was searching for. I think its a great overview of the available options in Auckland, and having not been there myself I feel I could trust that I would be in good hands here with these options. I would enjoy visiting many places, with New Zealand right up there, and now Auckland too. Should my travels take me there one day I would definitely consult this website again. Thank you!

  9. I’ve never been to New Zealand but I’d love to go there next year. Auckland really seems a perfect place to go for a holiday. Going through this review, the Boat House captured my attention as I think it must be very romantic to stay in a boat house like this. But also the Auckland Clifftop looks very tempting, I love nature and staying in such a beauatiful setting near a lake is the best holiday for me. I’ve never liked big hotels, the classical high-rise buildings with receptionists, the accommodation shown in your review is much more pleasant. We stayed in a similar house last year when we went to Scotland and it was wonderful. Lake view on one side, hills on the other side.
    Thank you for your review, I would have never found these gems without it!

  10. I have wanted to visit New Zealand for quite some time. My thought was to do New Zealand and Australia in one trip that lasted 4 to 6 months. Do you think that’s possible? The best rental I saw in your article was the Boat House. I really like the A-frame style and the view looks outstanding! February sounds like a great time for a visit! 

  11. First impression, the pictures are really good. Then I thought this would be all pricey places that regular people can’t afford to try it. But when I keep on browsing, actually the price range is vary. I would say this can be for everyone. “Cost per person” section makes it easy to budget it if you’re travelling with friends or family. Also, “what’s around” part can help you planning the activities at the hotel you stay. Very informative website for travelers who never go to New Zealand.

  12. I found your article very useful and elaborative . The hotel seems quite luxurious with so many facilities . Some hotels are on the seafront. The cost per night varies for different hotels.  Some hotels are quite expensive and some are affordable .Well New Zealand is a very beautiful country to visit and there are so many places to explore in New Zealand.  

    Thanks for sharing this great article!

  13. I am sure my knowledge of New Zealand is woefully lacking. But when I think of New Zealand I think of Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit filming locations. I was expecting to find details of Tolkienesque tours being offered from some of these hotels like they offer Game of Thrones tours in Northern Ireland where much of that was filmed. But maybe most of the locations were far away from Auckland. Anyway, there are some excellent places here and many look to be very reasonably priced. It is a hell of a long way away from where I live though. Maybe one day …

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