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5 fabulous new hotels to discover in Auckland

The Hotel Britomart.

5 fabulous new hotels to discover in Auckland

Whether you’re an Aucklander after a city staycation or travelling to the city from elsewhere, you’re spoilt for choice for fabulous places to stay.

5 fabulous new hotels to discover in Auckland

This year, the accommodation scene is booming with Auckland welcoming several world-class hotels.

Here are the recently opened offerings to keep in mind for your next Auckland visit.

The Hotel Britomart

With The Hotel Britomart being New Zealand’s first 5 Green Star hotel, this is the perfect accommodation option for the eco-conscious. Positioned in the heart of the Britomart precinct, it’s also the ideal spot to stay for exploring the best of the city’s shops and restaurants.

The Park Hyatt

The ultra-luxurious hotel brand Park Hyatt has finally come to New Zealand with a new location on Auckland’s waterfront. Guests will appreciate the architecture by Ali Reda from ar+d in Singapore in collaboration with local Bossley Architects – the central atrium is particularly impressive.

QT Auckland

Guests were already able to experience QT in Wellington and Queenstown, and now the uber trendy hotel brand has arrived in Auckland. With the staff wearing pink suits by Maggie Marilyn as uniforms, you know it’s going to be a stylish stay!


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Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour

The Sofitel is back and better than ever thanks to an extensive refurbishment. The hotel allows you to experience the best of Auckland’s viaduct while also making you feel as though you’ve escaped to Europe, thanks to the French culture and traditions that underpin the Sofitel brand.

The Convent Hotel

The Convent Hotel has had, shall we say, a colourful history, starting its life as a nunnery before becoming a run-down halfway house. It’s now been transformed into an upmarket 22-room boutique hotel, perfect for those looking to stay outside the city centre.


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