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Hotel Accommodation in Auckland New Zealand

Auckland hotels, holiday apartments and accommodation

Hotels, Serviced Apartments and Accommodation

Auckland - Scenic Ferry Ride from Downtown Auckland Auckland - Sailing Regatta on Waitemata Harbour Auckland - Rocky Bay

Harbour Ferry Auckland

Sailing Regatta, Waitemata Harbour

Rock Bay Auckland


Auckland - Overview

Auckland is one of those rare cities that combines the convenience of a modern city with a wonderful natural setting, an urban environment where everyone lives within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and a dozen enchanted holiday islands. Auckland enjoys a sunny climate, a background rhythm of Polynesian culture and a wealth of great restaurants, cafes entertainment venues, shopping experiences.

In the Maori language, Auckland is known as Tamaki-Makau-Rau - ‘the maiden with a hundred lovers’. It earned this name because it was a region coveted by many tribes. Auckland’s blend of harbour, islands, Polynesian culture and modern city environment has created a lifestyle ranked amongst the best in the world.

Auckland - Aerial View Looking North

Auckland - Accommodation Options

As New Zealand's largest city, Auckland offers accommodation to suit a wide range of tastes, styles and budgets. Your options include five star luxury hotels, intimate bed & breakfasts, upmarket lodges, boutique hotels, stylish serviced apartments and budget motels. M-Power Accommodation can suggest Hotels and self catering serviced apartments to suit short stay holiday makers, long stay business.

Auckland - Places to Visit, Things To Do

Auckland is a marine environment with idyllic islands that invite you to kick back and relax. It’s also a geographical wonder, with 48 volcanic cones and two ancient rainforested mountain ranges.

Auckland Hotels, Holiday Apartments
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Oaks on Hobson

Hotel Apartment
in Auckland

Oaks On Hobson Auckland

Oaks on Hobson offers a convenient central location, an easy walk to the Auckland central business district and many great restaurants, cafes and shopping experiences. The Hotel offers Studio, 1 and 2 Bedroom serviced, self-contained apartments with all the services and facilities of a modern Hotel.

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Rydges Auckland

Auckland Hotel Accommodation

Rydges Hotel Auckland

Rydges Hotel Auckland offers guests a prime central location and 4 star quality hotel rooms and suites. Right in the middle of downtown Auckland Rydges Auckland is close to many fantastic restaurants, cafes, entertainment venues and some great shopping..

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The Sebel Suites Auckland

Auckland Holiday Apartments

The Sebel Suites Auckland

Conveniently situated at Viaduct Harbour, Auckland's central business district, the city's finest shopping, restaurants, cafes and recreation activities are all within easy walking distance. Guests will appreciate the freedom of the spacious studios, suites and The Sebel's Suites Auckland's convenient location.

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Crowne Plaza Auckland

Auckland Hotel Accommodation

Crowne Plaza Auckland

Crowne Plaza Auckland is located in the very heart of "The City of Sails" and is the first choice for business travellers, holiday makers, sports teams, conference organisers and locals alike.

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Quay West Suites Auckland

Auckland Hotel

Quay West Suites Auckland

Quay West Suites Auckland is a boutique 5-star apartment hotel, providing guests with excellent service, facilities and elegantly appointed one and two bedroom suites. This award winning hotel is within easy walking distance of the city's finest bars, restaurants, cafes, Casino, University, Art Galleries and shopping precincts

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Kawau Island - a fascinating mix of stately living and wilderness. The elegant, historic Mansion House of Kawau, with links to Sir George Grey (one of New Zealand's first governors), has been turned into a marvellous museum. During his time on the island, Governor Grey imported many exotic plants and animals - some remain today. The island has walking tracks leading to beaches, Maori pa sites and old copper mines. Kawau Island is only a short ferry ride from Sandspit - about one hour's drive north of Auckland.

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Sky Tower Auckland

Ellerslie Flower Show

Vulcan Lane Auckland

Beach River Auckland

Parks, walks and hikes in every direction - There are 22 conservation parks within easy reach of downtown Auckland. Between them they offer more than 500 kilometres of walking tracks. The Waitakere Ranges (Auckland's largest regional park) provide the perfect backdrop for walking. The Arataki Visitor Centre, at the Titirangi end of Scenic Drive, provides information about the parks, beaches and walking tracks in the area. The west coast surf beaches of Whatipu, Karekare, Piha, Bethells and Muriwai are unforgettable for their soulful beachscapes. Be sure to check out the avian aviators at the Muriwai gannet colony.

Great Barrier Island, the final frontier - Guarding the outer Hauraki Gulf, Great Barrier Island has unspoiled beaches and vast tracts of native forest. It's home to several unique plant and bird species. The kind of rugged untouched beauty that you'll see here is getting harder and harder to find on this planet. The native bush is laced with walking tracks, which lead to secluded natural hot springs, mountain tops and historic Kauri dams. Rising 627 metres above the sea, Hirakimata (Mount Hobson) beckons the hiker with a promise of views that will never leave the mind. Most of the island's 285 square kilometres is a conservation estate, administered by the Department of Conservation. This island is also a popular destination for diving, fishing, surfing and camping. Daily scheduled flights are also available.

Special places to find in and around Auckland City - Take the ferry from downtown Auckland across to the seaside suburb of Devonport and enjoy a light café lunch and a spot of shopping. Alternatively, walk to the summit of Mount Victoria or North Head for 360° views. Ferries to and from Devonport depart every half hour. If you're feeling energetic, do the Coast to Coast Walkway - a unique walk joining the east and west coasts of Auckland. It takes you to many of the city's scenic icons. Enquire at the Visitor Information Centre in the city for a brochure on the walkway.

Maungawhau and Maungakiekie - The highest volcano on the Auckland isthmus is Maungawhau (Mount Eden). While the lower slopes of the mountain are disguised by housing, Maori pa (fort) features can still be seen on the grassy upper reaches. Food storage pits, terracing and house sites are evidence of Maori settlement dating back to the 13th century. Maungakiekie, also known as One Tree Hill, is one of the largest volcanoes in the Auckland field. It was also one of the largest Maori pa sites in New Zealand - the terracing and kumara pits are plain to see. An archaeological trail leads you around the major points of interest.

The mysterious volcanic island of Rangitoto - Rangitoto Island, the most unforgettable feature of Auckland's inner gulf, pushed its way through the ocean floor around 600 years ago. The volcanic fireworks that accompanied it inspired local Maori tribes to call it 'Sky of Blood'. Take a train to the top or hike up the 260 metre high summit to witness the spectacular 360° views of the Hauraki Gulf and Auckland cityscape. The island also has lava caves, unique rock formations and pohutukawa forests. Rangitoto can be enjoyed as a guided tour, or visitors can walk to the top independently.

Auckland - Aerial View Looking North

The forever-summer lifestyle of Waiheke Island - You'll lose ten years the moment you step ashore on Waiheke Island. Considered by many to be the most magical part of the Auckland experience, and easily accessed by ferry, Waiheke's beautiful beaches and native forest reserves harmonise delightfully with the cafes, vineyards and art studios. This island is perfect for a day's shopping and wine tasting, or several days of indulgent relaxation. Waiheke is renowned for its burgeoning wine industry, exclusive accommodation and for the many prominent New Zealand artists who have chosen to make it their home. Almost anything is possible on Waiheke, from horse riding and farm tours to sea kayaking and mountain biking



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