Scenic Hotel Auckland

USD:

151

Rating:

8/10

  • Scenic Hotel Auckland is a landmark building of historic heritage designed with a metropolitan flare. The first high-rise office building in Auckland to be converted into an apartment-hotel and renovated with style and a notable site of historic heritage, the Scenic Hotel Auckland is a fitting enterprise for vacationers looking to soak up Auckland’s historically rich atmosphere. The decorously modern high-rise is centered on the streets of Queen and Airedale, meaning guests won’t be disappointed with the location as Queen Street is notable for its bustling nightlife, shopping, and metro atmosphere. And after a day of sailing or embarking on the Edge Entertainment center nearby, there are a number of stylishly rich floor plans guests can choose to go home to, all including individual balconies and kitchenettes.

  • 380 Queen Street, Auckland City Center, Auckland, New Zealand, 1010
    380 Queen Street
    Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

  • Guest policies

    Child and extra bed policy
    Infant 0-1 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
    Children 2-12 year(s) Must use an extra bed
    • Guests over 12 years old are considered as adults.
    • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
    When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
  • Some helpful facts

    Airport transfer fee:
    Breakfast charge (unless included in room rate):
    Check-in from: 02:00PM
    Check-out until: 10:00AM
    Distance from city center:
    Distance to airport: 17 Km
    Daily Internet/Wi-Fi fee:
    Non-smoking rooms/floors: Yes
    Number of bars/lounges : 1
    Number of floors: 10
    Number of restaurants: 1
    Number of rooms : 97
    Daily parking fee:
    Reception open until:
    Room voltage:
    Travel time to airport (minutes): 30
    Year hotel opened: 2000
    Most recent hotel renovation : 2009