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I have my daughter in the Auckland hospital, have stayed here twice now, the staff are very helpful and friendly. Accommodation is excellent. This hotel is run my the cancer society and rooms are for the people having treatment and their support people first, If...More
We visited Auckland last weekend to attend the Sting/Paul Simon Concert at the Vector Arena. In the weeks running up to the Concert we tried unsuccessfully to find accommodation that wasn't an absolutely horrendous price, when my wife said we should try the Domain Lodge....More
Arrived early and could check into our room, thank you. Reception staff helpful with booking taxis. Got in late and granddaughter not at all well, all she wanted was a hottie, and her wishes were granted, now that is amazing. See you again soon
A friend and I stayed two nights at the Domain Lodge when we took part in the Cancer Society's Walking Stars Half Marathon. Words can't explain how impressed I was with the Lodge and I hope to stay there again in the future. It was...More
Actually good for a family as our room has a king size bed and there is a rolling partition between the room and the hall where there's a sofa bed. Free internet access on the ground floor, good checking emails and just keeping in touch.
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If you have a cancer diagnosis, you may be eligible for free accommodation at Domain Lodge for the duration your treatment. Give Cancer Society a call on 0800 CANCER (0800 226 237), Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm... More
If you have a cancer diagnosis, you may be eligible for free accommodation at Domain Lodge for the duration your treatment. Give Cancer Society a call on 0800 CANCER (0800 226 237), Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm. The 0800 helpline is staffed by oncology nurses, so they can also help by answering any questions you have about your diagnosis/treatment, as well as referring you to the many free services Cancer Society offers to people affected by cancer and their families.
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"'Walk in shower rooms' are the disabled rooms - very well appointed."