I had a single room in this hotel and found it to be a bit unfriendly in the social areas but that's ok. There was no free wifi other than if you waited to talk to the travel guy to give it you. I found the staff to be pretty much useless in making any effort for your stay. I was basically given my key and that was all, I was not told a single thing about anything in hotel or Auckland.
I had a street front room and the noise was not ok. The clubs went till 4am and then you had all the pedestrian noice, I had my windows closed and it was still loud.
Traveller from melbourne
Adjacent to Queen Street shops, this hostel is two blocks from Albert Park, one km from Princes Wharf, and two km from the …More
Competitive price for the time of year but a bit disappointed that the Tv and entertainment system didn't work correctly. Lucky we were attending a wedding so didn't need to use it much. Also was served a cold breakfast wrap at the cafe but the staff offered another. Over all great service nice room and a good price. Allowed us to check in early which helped us a lot.
Traveller from S
Set atop SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre, this hotel is across the street from Sky Tower and the SKYCITY Auckland …More
Auckland Zoo is located in the beautiful Western Springs Reserve just 10 minutes from the Auckland CBD. Spread across 50 acres of recreated wetlands, rainforests, African savannah and a range of spectacular habitats, the Auckland Zoo is home to around 1300 animals.
There are eleven recognisable sections of the Auckland Zoo; Elephant Clearing, Aussie Walkabout, Kiwi and Tuatara House, Hippo River, Primate Trail, Native Frog Research Centre, Rainforest, Kidzone, Pridelands, Sealion and Penguin Shores, and Tiger Territory. And split between these fantastic enclosures are 179 species of mammals, birds and reptiles, both exotic and native to New Zealand.