Cheap Hotels in Auckland
Located in the heart of the Auckland waterfront district and surrounded by designer boutiques and award winning restaurants of Britomart, Grand Mercure Auckland embraces all of these elements to tell the story of our uniquely diverse city. Our stories can be experienced from in room amenities through to iconic pacific art and dining menus. With 207 guest rooms, a dedicated conference floor and lifestyle spaces, Grand Mercure welcomes every traveller to explore the intimate ethnic mosaic of Auckland.
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Chalet Chevron has a rich history of providing comfortable lodging in charming surroundings to weary travellers from near and far for generations. A far cry from the anonymous chain hotels that riddle the globe, Chalet Chevron is a haven for those seeking respite from sterile predictability. This great little hotel offers personal service, comfort, informality, a sense of fun and a warm welcome in one of Auckland's premier locations all at prices that won't blow the budget. Originally built as a substantial family home in the late 1920's, the English Cottage Style home was later extended and converted to accept "paying guests" in its 12 quaint and uniquely styled bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms. Chalet Chevron stands proudly on the slopes of Parnell, in the knowledge that she is one of New Zealand's oldest private, bed and breakfast hotels in New Zealand's first and most vibrant neighbourhood. A favourite with artists, writers, academics and travellers from around the world, this home away from home has received positive reviews from Lonely Planet, the Rough Guide and Tripadvisor where Chalet Chevron consistently rates in the top 5 of their popularity index for Auckland hotels.
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Hotels in Auckland
Set three-quarters of the way up New Zealand's North Island, the bustling city of Auckland is a modern metropolis that's bursting with energy. Whether you'd feel more at home relaxing in the city's Sky Tower restaurant enjoying its unrivalled views, or completing a 192m base jump off the top of the building, Auckland won't disappoint.
Activities and attractions
Stay at one of the many Auckland hotels in the centre of the city and you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do. Escape the summer sun with a visit to Snowplanet indoor ski and snowboarding centre, or embrace the weather and head to one of the many beaches close to the city, such as Mission Bay.
Meet sharks and penguins at Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium, or perhaps head down to the city's harbour where you'll be able to book a boat cruise and take in the wonderful sights of the Hauraki Gulf. Alternatively, you could make the most of the area's clear waters and find a place on a fishing charter.
Art and culture
Learn about M?ori culture and history at Auckland Museum, before watching the famous Haka war dance performed live during a M?ori cultural performance. You could also pay a visit to Auckland's Lake House Arts Centre, which is open every day and houses a fantastic permanent collection.
You'll find plenty to do in the fresh air too. Pack up a picnic and explore Cornwall Park or go and view the exceptional range of species on show at Auckland Botanic Gardens.
Independent fashion boutiques and worldwide brands sit comfortably alongside each other on Auckland's main thoroughfare, Queens Street. The city also has numerous malls and precincts to explore, including Botany Town Centre and Sylvia Park.
For trendy offerings, galleries and bespoke craft stores, Auckland's charming suburb of Parnell needs to be high up your to-do list. Night markets, farmers' markets and craft markets are held in locations across the city on a regular basis. Head out to find some unique jewellery or perhaps pick up fresh produce first thing in the morning.
With so many restaurants and hotels in Auckland, you won't be short of choice when it comes to finding somewhere to eat. All tastes and budgets are catered for and it's just as easy to find a fast food joint on Queen Street in the city centre as it is to book a fine dining experience in a trendy suburb.
The view from The Sugar Club restaurant situated in Auckland's Sky Tower is unbeatable, as is the range of sweet delights at Queen Street's Giapo Ice Cream. The French CafÃ© on Symonds Street is celebrated for its professional service and wonderful flavour combinations, as is One Tree Grill on Pah Road.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Auckland
What are the most booked hotels in Auckland?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Auckland are Pullman Auckland Hotel & Apartments, Kiwi International Hotel and Grand Mercure Auckland.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Auckland?The lowest price for a double room in Auckland is £28.
If I want to stay in the center of Auckland, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Auckland, you can consider staying at Cordis, Auckland by Langham Hospitality Group, Empire Apartments and Kiwi International Hotel.
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