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Had a great evening with friends, were playing pool table and some wooden piece fell on one of the guys toes. Bar staff , think his name was Rudi (asian looking guy) saw that happened, saw my friend bending over and holding his toes due...More
Staff made no effort to communicate the parking situation for the hotel. Staff were also unable to advise on where to park and how much it would cost. Room was very small, bed was uncomfortable and pillows provided were very hard. You're unable to use...More
Only went for a meal with some colleagues on a flying visit to Auckland from UK, but we probably had our best meal of the trip here. Starters to share of Nachos and Shrimp Popcorn were incredible, followed by lamb shank was great - but...More
Great staff, very central and good place to use as a base to explore the CBD. Rooms are on the musty side, not sure if it's the carpeted flooring or the rusting metal on the balconies but it's the only concern I've had with the...More
The man on the desk (which is in the pub downstairs) was very personable and we had no trouble with him. There was only one instant coffee sachet in the room so we discovered in the morning. Couldn't be bothered asking for an extra. Had...More
US$78 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#2 Best Value Hotel in Auckland Central
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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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