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Where to stay in Auckland - Hilton Auckland

Hilton Auckland

Shaped like the cruise liners that pull alongside this boutique hotel, the Hilton Auckland is located at the end of Princes Wharf and surrounded by the Waitemata Harbour. Soak up the harbour views and sea breeze from the privacy of your own furnished balcony or head down to the Bellini Bar to enjoy a cocktail at sunset. A morning dip in the heated outdoor swimming pool with its underwater viewing window is a great way to start the day.

Insider Tip: Be sure to try the liquid nitrogen ice cream dessert at the hotel’s FISH Restaurant. It’s one to remember.

Where to stay in Auckland - Hotel Debrett

Hotel Debrett

Built on the site of one of the very first hotels in Auckland, The Commercial Hotel, Hotel DeBrett was completely renovated five years ago into stylish boutique accommodation. Nothing here is bland or beige; the design is an eclectic mix of quirky furnishings arranged over a vibrantly striped carpet designed by the owner, Michelle Deery. Deery’s philosophy is to make the hotel feel like a home, only with much better service. Situated in the heart of the city, the hotel is only a five-minute stroll from the waterfront.

Insider Tip: Sit in the original 1950s cocktail bar for a hand crafted cocktail before dining under the soaring glass roof of the award winning restaurant.

Where to stay in Auckland - The Oyster Inn

The Oyster Inn

    In the heart of the charming coastal village of Oneroa on beautiful Waiheke Island, The Oyster Inn believes firmly in the mantra “eat, stay, love”. This is exactly what their guests here do - enjoying delicious food, stunning views and total relaxation in one of the three simple yet chic bedrooms. Only a three-minute walk to the beach there is no need for a car as the hotel offers a complimentary transfer service to the ferry – whenever possible in their vintage Volkswagen Kombi van.

    Insider Tip: For the ultimate excursion try the new fly dine package – catch a seaplane from the city to The Oyster Inn for a three course a la carte lunch.

    Where to stay in Auckland - Mollies Luxury Boutique Hotel

    Mollies Luxury Boutique Hotel

    Overlooking Auckland’s sparkling harbour, Mollies offers elegant accommodation in a relaxed and intimate 5-star setting. Blending Victorian charm with bold contemporary art, Mollies is the perfect spot for a romantic retreat. Each one of the ten spacious suites is unique, with decadent furnishings, marble ensuites and a choice of harbour, garden or city skyline views. Guests can indulge in the day spa, relax in the lounge or enjoy the peaceful garden.

    Insider Tip: Indulge yourself in the Mollies Suite for spectacular harbour views and a cosy in-room fireplace.

    Where to stay in Auckland - Peace and Plenty Inn

    Peace and Plenty Inn

    In a lovingly restored Victorian Villa overlooking the waterfront in historic Devonport, the Peace and Plenty Inn is just a short stroll from the ferry that takes you across to central Auckland or the surrounding Hauraki Gulf Islands. Each bedroom is individually furnished in elegant style; think cast iron fireplaces, claw foot baths and French antique beds. In line with the theme are the popular Victorian High Teas served each weekend – to add to the occasion guests are supplied with a selection of beautiful hats to wear.

    Insider Tip: The Waitemata and Victoria rooms have views of the harbour.

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