Kiwi Airport Backpackers and Newton Lodge are two affordable options with rates starting at 26US$ and 16US$. Downtown Auckland is home to numerous budget hotels, like Base Auckland and Sunset Lodge Motel, that provide a 15-minute walking distance to Domain Wintergardens. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at Greenhithe Bed And Breakfast, which is a 20-minute walk from Unitec Albany Campus.
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Visitors interested in staying in the downtown should check out Auckland City Hotel - Hobson St or Bianco Off Queen, conveniently situated near popular attractions, such as Old Government House. In the heart of Auckland there is Auckland Harbour Suites, where you'll find an outdoor swimming pool and a year-round outdoor pool. Those looking to spend some time in Newmarket district should head to Quality Suites Alexander Inn, which is close to Christmas in the Park.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Auckland
The food enthusiasts should consider fashionable The Sebel Quay West Auckland in Auckland that features Soul Bar & Bistro restaurant. In Auckland, check out the amenities and latest deals at Hotel Debrett and City Lodge Accommodation near Shanghai Lil's. Chain hotels include the 4-star Four Points By Sheraton Auckland, with fantastic features including a tennis court, a golf course and boating.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with your family around Auckland and need a suitable apartment, opt for Latitude 37, just a 5-minute walk from Salt Cafe restaurant. 1027 B&Bs in Auckland are available for booking, such as Qv Executive Stylish Apartment 853 or Picture Perfect Hotel Living. Alternatively, such family hotels near Family as Holiday Inn Auckland Airport and Siesta Motel might be a choice if you travel with your kids. Guests hoping to spend vacation relaxing in one of the Auckland´s resorts may enjoy staying at Ocean Inn Motel, situated within walking distance of parks and a harbor.
City Guide: Discover the best of Auckland
Auckland is known as the ''City of Sails''.
It has more boats per person than any other city in the world with 70,000 ships docking in its port. The waters of the Hauraki Gulf become especially busy with boats and impressive ferries on weekends and it means Auckland is a paradise for boat cruises and sailing there is the best way to capture the city.
You can take a boat cruise in Auckland easy, but before you do consider where to stay there. Booked.net can take a hassle out for you if you check our selection to book a cheap hotel in Auckland or luxury accommodation all available with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
You can find this water paradise sitting between two harbors - Manukau Harbor opens to the Tasman Sea and the Waitemata Harbor shapes Auckland's port. It is here you can find waterfront dotted with numerous cafes, restaurants and a host for yachting events.
Other attractions include;
- Auckland War Memorial Museum, one of the best in New Zealand
- Sky Tower, the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere
- Auckland Regional Botanic Gardens, more than 65ha with native plants and exotics
- New Zealand National Maritime Museum offers New Zealand's maritime history
Europeans arrived in the area in the 19th century and initiated negotiations with ruling the Ngati-Whatua tribe to establish the capital of the colony. The negotiations paid off with success and Auckland was the capital until 1865 when capital credentials moved to Wellington. After that, it concentrated on commerce and developed into the world largest geographically, but least populated city with land twice size of London and population barely more than million.
The city's population is really diverse because of immigrants who relocated there for low-skilled work. Despite work possibilities declined, ethnic makeup includes the largest population of Pacific Islanders outside their homes - 152,508 people and 56.6 percent European, 18.9 percent Asian and on.
Even though Auckland grew into the largest metropolitan area in New Zealand, it still retains its provincial charm of small city with friendly and welcoming passersby at the streets. Best for strolls is the downtown area dominated by the tallest building - the Sky Tower and tiny wooden houses near beautiful parks. You can find more green areas in the suburbia alongside impressive bays and on the slopes of volcanic hills that may offer you unforgettable views of the area.
From strolls in the parks to sightseeing within the city, Auckland will satisfy every traveler with abundance of activities. Booked.net can fit your needs to choose a hotel in Auckland with all comforts.