- In Auckland’s CBD, a nine-minute walk to the Britomart shopping area
- Modern suites with kitchenettes, including stovetops, fridges, and microwaves
- Layouts range from studio-style to two-bedroom units
- Restaurant serves a la carte breakfast, lunch, and dinner (for a fee)
- Simple fitness center with a treadmill and weights
- Spa treatments available (for a fee) plus hot tub and sauna
- Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
- Location on a steep hill might be difficult for some guests
- No tubs in en-suite bathrooms
- Some noise from building plumbing and traffic
- One-key-per-room policy can be inconvenient
This 150-room, four-pearl apart-hotel in Auckland’s finance and business district provides an upscale base near the city’s harbor area. It's a nine-minute walk from the Britomart shopping precinct, which has a large selection of restaurants and bars. Suites here are spacious and include kitchenettes, air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Some have separate living areas and balconies with harbor views. The restaurant serves a la carte breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, for a fee. On-site facilities include a small fitness center, sauna, and hot tub. Guests looking for stylish suites with similar facilities might compare rates with the Auckland City Hotel-Hobson St instead, which is closer to the Aotea Center and Sky Tower.
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The Quadrant Hotel and Suites
Modern apart-hotel with stylish interiors that's great for long-stay business guests
Situated in Auckland’s CBD, The Quadrant Hotel attracts couples and business travelers looking for stylish base near the harbor area. This property is also popular with tourists looking for a self-catering option near the city center. The hotel lobby is clean and bright, with plenty of natural light in the central atrium and attractive furnishings dotted throughout. Apartment-style rooms mean interaction with other guests is unlikely, but there is a communal lounge area in the lobby for informal meetings. From the lobby, there’s an elevator to all floors. It’s worth noting that this hotel is located on a steep hill, which some guests might find difficult.
In Auckland's CBD, a nine-minute walk to the Britomart shopping area
Located in Auckland’s business district, The Quadrant is a great base for exploring the city’s main attractions. The Britomart shopping precinct is a nine-minute walk from the hotel, and has a wide selection of designer boutiques, restaurants, and bars. For visiting students or academics, The University of Auckland is a ten-minute walk away. Auckland Art Gallery is an 11-minute walk away, or three minutes by car. The Sky Tower, with its 360-degree observation deck, is a 14-minute walk or a four-minute drive from the hotel. It’s also a four-minute drive to the main ferry terminal, for boats to Waiheke Island, which is famous for its wineries, beaches, and water sports. From the hotel, Auckland Harbour Bridge is seven minutes away by car, and Auckland Zoo is a 10-minute drive, or 35 minutes by public transport. Budget up to 30 minutes to reach Auckland Airport, depending on traffic, or around an hour on the train.
Stylish suites and multi-room apartments with kitchenettes -- some with living rooms and balconies
The Quadrant has a good range of upscale suites and apartments, with entry-level Deluxe Queen Apartments coming in at 32 square meters (344 square feet). Rooms are stylish and feature details like upholstered headboards above queen-sized beds, and fresh white sheets. Expect to see earth tones like gray and brown alongside pops of bright yellow. Features include open-plan kitchenettes with sinks, microwaves, stovetops, fridges, kettles, toasters, and washing machines, plus a dining table and chairs. One- and Two-Bedroom Apartments have separate open-plan living and dining areas, and balconies with street views of Auckland’s CBD. The Penthouse Apartment has a spacious living area with corner sofa, a large dining table and chairs, and rooftop views of the harbor. All rooms have LCD televisions, air-conditioning, free W-Fi, and plenty of storage space. Irons, ironing boards, and folding luggage stands are welcome additions. Spacious bathrooms have a sink, large shower cubicle, and toilet, but no baths. Above the sink there’s a well-lit vanity mirror, and basic toiletries and towels are provided. There have been noise complaints from everything about building plumbing to traffic, so consider yourself advised. Additionally, rooms only come with a single key, which can be problematic for those traveling in families or groups.
Restaurant, bar, and small fitness center, plus a hot tub and sauna
This hotel has good range of facilities, including on-site dining, a fitness center, and spa treatment room. The pleasant restaurant serves a la carte breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and there’s a separate bar area. Leisure facilities include a small fitness center with a treadmill and weights, plus a sauna and hot tub. Beauty treatments, including facials and massages, can be arranged for a fee. The Penthouse suite also doubles as a function space, seating up to 25 guests for meetings or events. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel, and valet parking is available for a fee.
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