3 nights stay in Deluxe Room. Multi storey hotel complex within easy walking distance to Auckland City Centre, however, if physically restricted the last 200m's on the return walk may be a little steep. Nice sized room with small balcony with view over park and city views. Good size bathroom. Had washer/dryer within the room, however, had trouble following instructions and using it. Hairdryer and clock radio missing on our arrival, but replacement hairdryer immediately supplied when informed (didn't worry about replacement clock radio). Kitchenette within the room. Had one light meal supplied by room service - quite nice. Secured 3 level underground parking included in our stay. We had a small car and found parking bays a bit small, and tight cornering when going up/down a level. TV reception wasn't the best, but free Wi Fi worked well.
Traveller from Sydney, AUST.
Located in the center of Auckland, this family-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Myers Park and Auckland Town …More
I was in Auckland for business for about a week, and chose to stay here since I wanted more of an apartment-style living space. Overall it was a great experience, with the best location in the city, a spacious and clean room, and a friendly and helpful staff. My only issues were that the gym was a bit small and had limited equipment (but this applies to almost all hotel gyms) and the food selection was a bit limited (especially at breakfast) with only one restaurant.
Traveller from Seattle
Located on the city's main shopping street, the CityLife Auckland is in the heart of downtown Auckland and within two blocks …More
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On a peninsula overlooking scenic Waitemata Harbour, Auckland CBD is not only the country’s major business centre, but plays host to a concentration of artistic and cultural venues in addition to nightlife precincts. In more recent years, much of the waterfront has been reclaimed for high-end residential apartments, trendy cafes and bars, marinas, and public recreational use.