Destinations, Hotels

Rydges Auckland Hotel Offers Views and Plenty to Do

September 5, 2013 by

Rydges Auckland

Auckland New Zealand is a favorite destination that offers a blend of breathtaking natural beauty and big city sophistication.

Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city and offers plenty to do and see with superb shopping, arts and entertainment, pristine beaches, and a host of outdoor activities both in around the city. ¬†At the heart of this great city, Rydges Auckland Hotel stands ideally located just a short walk from Queen Street, Sky Tower, and Viaduct Harbour.

Rydges Auckland

Rydges Aukland Hotel

The Rydges Auckland Hotel caters to both business and leisure travelers with a mix of London sophistication, Sydney charm, and New York style.

Rooms are well appointed and feature: the latest in posturepedic Dream beds, complementary high-speed wireless Internet, 32-inch LCD TV, a personal mini-bar, and ergonomically designed workstations.

Guests enjoy breath-taking views that overlook the city, the iconic Sky Tower, or harbour-view accommodations offer panoramic water views of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, Westhaven Marina, and the Waitemata Harbour.

Rydges Auckland is walking distance to the waterfront, and close to main shopping areas such as High Street, Britomart and Queen Street. For those ready to stay in, the hotel also features a bar and restaurant known for its exceptionally good food.

If you’re looking for the newest rooms, the Rydges Auckland Hotel’s Hobson Tower has 88 beautifully appointed guest rooms.

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Up and Down Sides

Rydges Auckland’s hotel staff is very helpful and friendly, and while the central location and the view are great, there is no on-site parking. However, they do offer valet parking in the parking garage across the street.

The downside is this adds NZ$20 to your bill each day. They also add a 2% credit card charge to your bill, so be prepared for the extra charges.

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