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Any quiet hotel in the CBD of Auckland?

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Wien
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Any quiet hotel in the CBD of Auckland?

Hi,

we're staying two nights in Auckland in July.

We're trying to find a quiet hotel in the CBD (as we're light-sleepers and arriving after a long-distance flight). We don't really care about breakfast, service or the size of the room ... - All that matters to us is sleep and a central location (though we don't mind a ~ 10-minute walk).

Reading the reviews of various hotels (~ NZD 150 - 250 2 nights) it just seems to us that it is pretty hard to find a hotel in a central location which is quiet. Any recommendations?

I've read some good reviews on The Quadrant hotel, though. However, again, someone wrote that there is a some kind of nightclub in (or next to) the hotel - is that true?

Thank you all for your help!

Birgit

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1. Re: Any quiet hotel in the CBD of Auckland?

We stayed at the Rydges a few days ago. It was great value (mainly because we were there at the weekend i think) and no problems at all with noise on what was a Saturday night.

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2. Re: Any quiet hotel in the CBD of Auckland?

The Langham is away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre and is about a 20 minute walk downhill to downtown and the Viaduct Basin but it might be a bit over your budget.

We had some visitors who stayed at the Auckland City Hotel and they were very happy with it. It has good reviews on T A

Have a look at www.wotif.com for deals

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3. Re: Any quiet hotel in the CBD of Auckland?

We stayed at the Hyatt a couple of weeks ago and we were pleased to find our room was very quiet and the beds were really comfortable. The location of the Hyatt is very good too as it is a short walk to the CBD. If you look at Wotif.co.nz closer to the time you are wanting to book you should find a deal with the hotel around your price range.

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4. Re: Any quiet hotel in the CBD of Auckland?

The Quest on Mount is an apartment style hotel, central location tucked in behind commercial buildings off Symonds Street - 5 minutes walk downhill to Queen St. A little hike returning uphill, but taking the Link bus is easier. Airbus from airport stops nearby, driver will advise passengers destined for the Quest of the nearest stop. If you go to www.wotif.com, the Quest on Mount has great rates, and within your budget which is important. Oh, and this Quest has a no party policy! Cheers.

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5. Re: Any quiet hotel in the CBD of Auckland?

I agree, the Langham is great and they have a courtesy shuttle bus to the city centre. The hotel is fantastic, staff are great and service is tops. They have good specials on their website. Otherwise, try the Heritage Hotel, it's a couple of blocks back from Queen Street - therefore quieter! Another good site to have a look at is www.aatravel.co.nz.. There are motels you can book on there. Stamford Plaza has been refurbished and is a block back from Queen Street, should be quiet if you got a higher room floor.

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