Ibis Ellerslie Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

72-112 Greenlane Road East Wing A, Ellerslie, Auckland, 1543, New Zealand
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
21%
60
Very Good
47%
129
Average
22%
62
Poor
4%
13
Terrible
3%
9

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families78
  • Couples80
  • Solo86
  • Business62

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How to do I get to Mt Eden by public transport (bus)?

by rockyanne

Hi,

Does any one know any other way besides the Explorer bus?
We want to visit and don't want to stay there for an hour.

Cheers!

Leesa

Re: How to do I get to Mt Eden by public transport (bus)?

by Steve51

have a look....http://www.maxx.co.nz/

Re: How to do I get to Mt Eden by public transport (bus)?

by Steve51

have a look at http://www.maxx.co.nz/
it will take you an hour to walk up and down anyway.....and if it doesn't, then slow down and enjoy the views

Re: How to do I get to Mt Eden by public transport (bus)?

by Kakapo2

I fully agree with Steve. It will take you an hour to walk up and down the volcano and enjoy the views. But I would surely not pay NZ$ 35 for a day pass on the Explorer bus. You can take the train at Britomart in the CBD or the public bus to Three Kings. A single trip on this bus costs NZ$ 1.80.

Re: How to do I get to Mt Eden by public transport (bus)?

by Borisborough

From Britomart or up Symonds Street the 277 goes through Mt Eden to Three Kings in about 10-15 minutes - $1.80. There are some pubs and some excellent cafes in Mt Eden Village (Circus Curcus was Metro magazine's Cafe of the Year 2010) and one or two speciality shops (The Candyman sweetshop, a good off licence and a great bookshop). On the corner of Mt Eden Road and Symonds Street there's an excellent micro-brew pub, Galbraiths. The views from the top of Mt Eden are probably the best in Auckland - you're likely to need more than an hour!

Travel Tips for Auckland

leave your luggage at...

by zlatiq

For 2 NZ dollars you can leave your luggage for up to a day down in the "Discover NZ"" tourist office at 180 Quay street.
It's very conveniently locatied, as it's downtown right at the quay and across the street from the bus station. Also from here you can pay for and get the airbus to the airport in case you need to get there

http://www.discovernewzealand.com/about-us.aspx

Auckland Festivals Galore

by AllieF

Auckland has a lot of really good, free festivals that are put on at different times throughout the whole year. There are multicultural ones like Diwali (Indian new year), the Lantern festival (end of the Chinese New Year) or the largest Polynesian festival, Pasifika. There are musical ones like the Mission Bay Jazz & Blues Streetfest or Music in the Parks throughout the summer, where even some popular New Zealand artists perform with free general admission.

The one I would most recommend going to is Pasifika, which is very busy and can be a little dizzying, but is worth spending the day soaking up the different Pacific Island countries and their culture.

Crystal Mountain Theme Park

by keeweechic

The property also has a theme park which includes pony rides, a bungy trampoline, or you can pan for crystals. There are plenty of animals the kids can also enjoy while taking a Crystal Mountain Express Train ride around the property.

Walking

by grkboiler

Auckland has a small downtown area and everything is easily accessible by foot, especially if you are staying in a central location. It is also very safe here. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the city by walking while you are there.

If you are in a hurry, taxis are easy to find.

Angus Steakhouse

by fishandchips about Angus Steakhouse

Angus is a smaller restaurant in the back streets of downtown Auckland. Located off Fort St, Angus has its focus on steak but you can also get port chops and rack of lamb. All are $32 so your choice is the cut of meat rather than worrying about the price of each.

You don't pick your steak from a menu, you go to the steak display and pick the actual piece of meat you want and give it to the cook. The portions are fairly large with several varieties of cut (Rib eye, sirloin, fillet, T bone, scotch fillet, rump etc) and plenty of pieces of meat to choose from. After choosing your meat, a visit to the salad bar is the next step!

The restaurant is rather busy though your meal doesn't seem to take too long to get cooked. I got a scotch fillet and it was not too bad. I asked for it medium rare and it was cooked closer to medium but good all the same. Options of onions or mushrooms were available also.

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Address: 72-112 Greenlane Road East Wing A, Ellerslie, Auckland, 1543, New Zealand