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Things to do in Auckland

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Old Government House
Stardome Observatory & Planetarium

What is the average price of a hotel near Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of Auckland that is closest to Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. The average price near Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is $177/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki are typically 35% more expensive than the average hotel in Auckland, which is $115.

Hotels near Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki

What is the average price of a hotel near Old Government House?

Hotels near Old Government House are typically 35% more expensive than the average hotel in Auckland, which is $115.

Hotels near Old Government House

What is the average price of a hotel near Stardome Observatory & Planetarium?

If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Auckland nearest to Stardome Observatory & Planetarium, you should expect to pay around $147/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under $147/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Stardome Observatory & Planetarium. Hotels near Stardome Observatory & Planetarium are typically 21% more expensive than the average hotel in Auckland, which is $115.

Hotels near Stardome Observatory & Planetarium

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When to book a hotel in Auckland

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Low season
August
High season
April

cheapest month to stay

21%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

24%

expected price increase

Price
$159 - $260
Highest day of week
Tuesday
Cheapest day of week
Sunday

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Average price (weeknight)

$178

avg. price over the last two weeks

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

$168

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Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Auckland is: 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, 14 days before.
1-2 star
$56 - $69
3 star
$108 - $127
4-5 star
$203 - $220

Auckland travel tips

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Best time to visit Auckland

Auckland’s peak tourist season is from December – February, when average temperatures are around 18 – 22 degrees Celsius. The city hosts several key events and festivals during this time. The calmer winds and sunny days are ideal for adventure activities such as skydiving or bungee jumping. To get attractive bargains on travel and accommodation, try to plan your visit in the late autumn month of May or early spring month of September. Average temperatures hover around 12 – 15 degrees Celsius during these months. If you don’t mind the rain and cooler temperatures of 8 – 10 degrees Celsius, the winter months from June – August also offer great deals and discounts on hotel rates and airfares.

Getting around Auckland

The sprawling urban landscape of Auckland makes it difficult to explore the city on foot, except in the compact CBD. The best way to get around is to use the cheap and efficient Link buses. Fares are calculated on the basis of defined zones. City Link cash fare for travel within the city’s central business district is $1.00 NZD, while a single zone fare is $3.50 NZD. For reaching neighbourhoods such as Devonport and Waiheke Island, you can rely on the ferry services where fares vary based on distance covered. For example, a single trip to Devonport costs $6.90 NZD while a single trip to Waiheke Island costs $24.00 NZD. A handful of taxi companies operate in the city, with the average base fare starting at $3.00 NZD. With plenty of metered parking spots and parking garages all over the city, driving is an excellent way to explore Auckland. You can rent a car at Auckland Airport or book online and get great deals on car rentals with momondo.


How much does a hotel in Auckland cost per night?

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2 stars or below
Auckland Airport Kiwi Motel
No. 1 most popular

Auckland Airport Kiwi Motel

7.0

$99

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Jucy Snooze
Best value

Jucy Snooze

7.7

$55

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3 stars
Ibis Budget Auckland Airport
No. 1 most popular

Ibis Budget Auckland Airport

7.9

$101

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No. 9 Hotel
No. 2 most popular

No. 9 Hotel

7.9

$52

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Freemans Backpackers Lodge - Hostel
Best value

Freemans Backpackers Lodge - Hostel

7.0

$29

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4 stars and up
Pullman Auckland Hotel & Apartments
No. 1 most popular

Pullman Auckland Hotel & Apartments

8.7

$245

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Novotel Auckland Airport
No. 2 most popular

Novotel Auckland Airport

8.8

$259

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Copthorne Hotel Auckland City
Best value

Copthorne Hotel Auckland City

7.6

$103

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Hostels and cheap hotels in Auckland

These hotels and hostels usually make for a cheap way to stay in Auckland
Star Victoria Serviced Apartments

Star Victoria Serviced Apartments

9.3

$12

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Fat Camel Hostel

Fat Camel Hostel

7.5

$49

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Surf 'N' Snow Backpackers

Surf 'N' Snow Backpackers

5.8

$13

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No. 9 Hotel

No. 9 Hotel

7.9

$53

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Freemans Backpackers Lodge - Hostel

Freemans Backpackers Lodge - Hostel

7.0

$29

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Jucy Snooze

Jucy Snooze

7.7

$56

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Surf 'N' Snow Backpackers

Surf 'N' Snow Backpackers

5.8

$13

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Cordis, Auckland by Langham Hospitality Group

Cordis, Auckland by Langham Hospitality Group

9.1

$221

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No. 9 Hotel

No. 9 Hotel

7.9

$53

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Jucy Snooze

Jucy Snooze

7.7

$56

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Freemans Backpackers Lodge - Hostel

Freemans Backpackers Lodge - Hostel

7.0

$29

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Pullman Auckland Hotel & Apartments

Pullman Auckland Hotel & Apartments

8.7

$246

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Where to stay in Auckland

Best places to stay in Auckland

A large, multicultural city with a colourful Polynesian population and a spectacular harbour, Auckland is also called the ‘City of Sails’. Here you’ll see magnificent natural scenery blending beautifully with the hustle and bustle of its urban sprawl. Because of its sheer size, no two neighbourhoods are quite the same. Here are some of the most practical and charming neighbourhoods to stay when you visit Auckland.

Auckland Central Business District (CBD)

The area surrounding the vibrant Viaduct Harbour, Auckland CBD boasts world-class restaurants, bars, cafés, shopping and several popular landmarks and attractions. Stay at the Grand Mercure Auckland hotel that features cosy, comfortable rooms, and is surrounded by designer boutiques and the award-winning restaurants of Britomart. For luxury accommodation, look at Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour hotel, a u-shaped waterfront hotel with chic, stylish rooms, decorated in a striking modernist style.

Devonport

This is the southernmost point of Auckland’s North Shore, with a rich Maori heritage. From here, you can marvel at the city’s coastline and see a treasure trove of architectural wonders. A ferry from the CBD will take you to Devonport in under 12 minutes. Stay in charming rooms with flower-filled balconies at the Peace and Plenty Inn, set in a magnificent restored Victorian villa at an unbeatable waterfront location. Or, try the Esplanade Hotel, featuring cosy, unpretentious rooms in a landmark period building, just a minute’s walk from the Devonport Ferry Terminal.

Ponsonby

For your fill of the hippest bars, finest restaurants and plenty of boutique stores, check out the Ponsonby neighbourhood which is just 10-minutes from Auckland CBD. Close to the trendy shops and eateries, you have The Great Ponsonby Arthotel, a delightful bed and breakfast with beautifully decorated villas and courtyard suites. You can also look at Ponsonby Manor, set in an elegant 1865-built Victorian mansion in the heart of Ponsonby.

Parnell

Auckland’s oldest neighbourhood, Parnell, is close to Auckland CBD and full of upmarket boutiques and quirky cafés. This area is home to a magnificent rose garden and the La Cigale French Market. Stay in the sleek serviced apartment style hotel rooms of Quest Parnell, located minutes away from historical landmarks and attractions of Parnell. Across the street from the rose gardens in Dove-Myer Robinson Park, you can also look at the Auckland Rose Park Hotel.

Cheap hotels in Auckland

The city offers a wide range of family-friendly cheap hotels, youth hostels and backpacker lodges. You can look at the award-winning hostel, Base Backpackers Auckland, just a short walk from the shops and cafés in Auckland CBD. You also have the CBD Lodge Auckland which offers cosy self-contained studios, in a central location, just a minute’s walk from Queen Street. 10-minutes from Auckland CBD, you have comfortable studio rooms encasing a tranquil courtyard at The Poenamo Hotel. In the Remuera suburb, you can enjoy a comfortable stay at The Devereux Boutique Hotel which offers stylish, tastefully decorated rooms. In the Newmarket area, you have the Auckland Newmarket Motel which boasts friendly hosts, a homely ambience and comfortable rooms and suites. Or try the boutique-style accommodation of Shakespeare Hotel and Brewery, set in a Victorian building, just a 4-minute walk from the Sky Tower.


Learn about attractions and sights in Auckland

The large multicultural city of Auckland has plenty to offer all kinds of travellers. Adventure junkies can indulge in zip lining, bungee jumping, and skydiving. Sports lovers can catch a game of rugby or cricket. Foodies will appreciate a wide range of dining options, including celebrity chef-owned fine dining restaurants. Culture enthusiasts have plenty of heritage sites to discover the Māori culture and traditions, while nature lovers can enjoy a generous dose of trails and parks. Plan your itinerary based on what holds your interest.

  • Cover the Coast to Coast Walkway to earn some bragging rights, and tell your friends and family that you walked across the entire country of New Zealand on foot!
  • Hire a kayak and paddle out to Rangitoto Island, a dormant volcano which offers spectacular views of the harbour, close to Auckland CBD.
  • Take a dip in the calm waters of Auckland’s east coast beaches or grab a surfboard and head to the rugged black-sand surf beaches on the city’s west coast.
  • Spend a day at Auckland’s island of wine, Waiheke Island, and join a wine tasting tour followed by a vineyard lunch, at one of the 30 wineries in the area.
  • Get up close with penguins, sharks, Spiny Sea Dragons, stingrays, and other colourful fish at the Kelly Tarlton’s SEA LIFE Aquarium.
  • Learn about Māori culture, and explore a large collection of Māori taonga (treasures) at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
  • Stroll along a historic chapel, a jail house, beautiful white-sand beaches, and bush trails at the Rotoroa Island.
  • Put on your hiking boots or rent a bike and head to the 77-kilometre-long Hillary Trail to discover ancient kauri trees and cascading waterfalls.
  • Get some of the best views of the city and the picturesque harbour at several volcanic summits spread all over the city. Mount Eden – Maungawhau is the highest among the mainland volcanoes, but you can also explore other summits such as One Tree Hill – Maungakiekie, Mount Victoria – Takarunga, and North Head – Maungauika.
  • Visit the Dove-Myer Robinson Park to see a burst of colours of over 5000 rose bushes.
  • Go on an eclectic food tour at the La Cigale French Market which runs every weekend in Parnell village.
  • If you visit Auckland in late March, you may be able to immerse yourself in the Māori culture, browse through scores of art and food stalls, and enjoy some live music and dancing at the Pasifika Festival which takes place across 11 islands over a 2-day period.

Auckland travel information

How long do people stay in Auckland?

The average length of stay in Auckland is 2 nights.

How much does a hotel cost in Auckland?

The price of a hotel in Auckland depends on several factors such as star rating, location and demand. Generally speaking, the average cost of a hotel is around $177 per night.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Auckland?

Hotels in Auckland are usually cheapest during the month of August. You can expect a price decrease of around $29% during this period.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Auckland?

Saturday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Auckland. The highest price tends to be on Monday.

How much does a hostel in Auckland cost?

Auckland Hostels typically cost in the region of $33 a night for each person. This price is taken from hostels and hotels with a 2 star or below rating. Hostels are very economical and come out on average $144 cheaper than the average price of a hotel in Auckland.

Based on the weather in Auckland, what attractions are popular during October?

With good temperatures around 15 °C and just a moderate chance of expected rainfall, those staying at a hotel in Auckland should consider visiting popular establishments near Auckland.