Auckland City Lodge

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Need simple accommodations in Auckland?! 

For a one-night stay in Auckland when I first arrived in New Zealand, I made a reservation for the Auckland City Lodge. It was walking distance to eateries, tourist sites, and had pretty good reviews online. A room at the time cost $50 NZ Dollars which at the time for me would have been about $40 odd US dollars. I had never stayed in a hostel before my round the world trip so I thought I would start off easy and stay in a private room in a backpacker’s environment for my first night.

I was a newbie to long-term travel and was not going to be staying in my usual cushy boutique hotels. I was a bit nervous about this but I figured if I was going to stretch my money out, budget accommodations were going to have to do. My room at the Auckland City Lodge was very small but it had a mini fridge, tea kettle/coffee maker, a heater, a big window, and a private bathroom. There was a grocery store nearby where I picked up some snacks for my bus ride the next day as well as some yogurt for breakfast. The only thing that I was not happy with was the fact that wi-fi was very expensive. In fact, I found this to be the case all over New Zealand during my round the world trip.

Auckland Citylodge

Here is a photo of Auckland’s City Lodge’s exterior courtesy of Hostelworld


I was only in Auckland for less than a day so I didn’t need a luxurious room. I was paying to pass out in a bed for a few hours.  If you want a no frills place to stay in the city and are not spending a lot of time in your room, I would suggest Auckland City Lodge.

Auckland City Lodge

Auckland City Lodge
Address: 150 Vincent St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
Phone:+64 9-379 6183

Arnette

Round The World Girl is a blog by Arnette, a solo female traveler, lover of adventure, coffee, tropical islands, and unforgettable meals. She shares a retrospective of her 19 month, 19 country round the world trip, adventures both near and far, destination guides, helpful tips and tricks for travel, as well as tips and reviews of her favorite things.

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