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The brewery is downstairs; the quiet restaurant is upstairs. There is an outdoor balcony for dining. The food is excellent - I had one of the best steak salads I have had in the world and one of the best desserts. The chief suggested we...More
This might appeal if you like quirky. I was staying here with my daughter and she really liked it, and to be fair it did have some redeeming features depending on what you are looking for.
Location- the pub /hotel is very centrally...More
The pub was really cool with nice staff but the rooms are extremely small and very budget, our bed was also on a sight angle/ broken which was a bit uncomfortable. Another consideration to take is the fact they do not offer parking and you...More
A fantastic location right in the centre of Auckland. The rooms very compact and a little tired, but the bonus is definitely that it is a working brewery. A lively bar downstairs didn't produce noise that carried up to the rooms. Great friendly service, and...More
We stayed here for 2 as it was very central. Parking was a huge expense as street parking was unavailable due to enormous road works. There are heaps of stairs up to the rooms, the room was really small with the ceiling bulging out from...More
US$77 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#2 Best Value Hotel in Auckland Central
Number of rooms
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I parked a car overnight in a nearby multi storey carpark. I had read bad reports of the Wilson group of car parks (in addition to locals warning me off!) so I used the one that you access through a hotel (struggling to... More
I parked a car overnight in a nearby multi storey carpark. I had read bad reports of the Wilson group of car parks (in addition to locals warning me off!) so I used the one that you access through a hotel (struggling to remember name right now!) also in Albert Street... Not sure it would take a campervan. Charges for cars overnight reasonable ... as long as you collect car early next morning!
Street parking charges were expensive by comparison...
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