16 Apr 2020 - 17 Apr 2020
2 adults - 1 room
New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, is where you'll find many of the country's top attractions and experiences. The cosmopolitan metropolis can be divided into distinctive neighbourhoods that all have their unique charms, from the Asian influence of the east to the affluent northern suburbs.
Whether you're looking for a cheap hotel in Auckland CBD or a luxury room in a quiet area, you'll find a wide range of hotel options to choose from across the city. Compare Auckland hotels on Skyscanner to find your perfect match in the City of Sails.
If you're visiting Auckland for the first time, or you want to be where the action is, a hotel in Auckland city centre will put the major sights and activities close at hand. Staying near Queen Street means you'll be near to the shops, restaurants and nightlife, and it's just a few minutes' walk to popular attractions such as the Sky Tower, Civic Theatre, Albert Park and the waterfront bars and restaurants of Viaduct Harbour.Grey Lynn
Just a few kilometres from the CBD, the inner-city suburb of Grey Lynn has a more relaxed bohemian ambience, not to mention cheaper hotel deals. Whether it's your cheap base for exploring Auckland or you spend time visiting the local cafes, boutiques, parks and attractions like Auckland Zoo, Grey Lynn is a budget-friendly alternative to Auckland CBD.Ponsonby
Known for its nightlife and art and music scenes, Ponsonby is one of Auckland's more affluent areas with luxury hotels as well as cheaper options. Ponsonby Road is a chic shopping haven with a mix of designer stores and independent boutiques, while some of Auckland's best restaurants are gathered at Ponsonby Central. You can also get pampered at a spa or explore the nearby Hukanui Reserve and beaches of Herne's Bay.
Whether you're visiting Auckland for a weekend break or a longer stay, most of the city's popular attractions are conveniently located close together. Take in the panoramic views from the Sky Tower, learn about New Zealand history at the various museums or head out to volcanic Rangitoto Island and Waiheke Island wineries.Surf on the West Coast
Auckland has its share of city beaches, but for world-class surfing and to escape the crowds it's well worth the short jaunt to Piha Beach, Muriwai, Te Henga and Karekare, less than an hour from Auckland CBD.Catch a festival
As New Zealand's biggest city, Auckland has a packed events calendar with music festivals and sporting events throughout the year. Check what's on when you're heading to Auckland so you don't miss out, from St Jerome's Laneway Festival bringing the best alternative bands to Auckland in January to the rugby in December.Find your cheap hotels in Auckland on Skyscanner today - use the search panel above to search for the cheapest hotel deals and specials. Please note: all information is correct as of March 2019.
Though New Zealand is beautiful it's very very expensive to travel and stay at hotels or motels. They should think about that before inviting tourism.
I really loved it when I was there 9 years ago and I’ve always wanted to come back. It’s so fresh and free.
Stayed in West Auckland for a month. Been to Welly, Rotorua, Hamilton, Mt.Rhuapehu and would totally come back. I've met so many people, they will def treat you so well. Can't get enough of food, everything is very nice. Love seeing green everywhere. I love Mew Zealand! Will see you again soon!
Auckland is fun and (surprisingly) busy city that we both really liked. I know you guys were torn in the comments about whether to dedicate time there or not – but the appeal of a few good restaurants was too much to bear! I loved our road trip – the food, the people and the scenery. Although, if you can I would add two days to this itinerary, I think it would give you the time you need to really explore