Everything you could wish to explore and visit in central Auckland is right on the doorstep of Adina Apartment Hotel. A stone’s throw away is the Britomart precinct, where you can find a variety of places to eat and drink – in fact there are a number of award-winning restaurants close by – and enjoy spending a little time browsing and shopping the sophisticated boutiques. Here you’ll also find the farmer’s markets and just a little further on, the Queen’s Wharf – an idyllic waterfront setting and the perfect place to unwind with a view. Thrill seekers might also be interested in doing the Sky Tower Sky Walk, which at 192 meters high, offers spectacular views of Auckland. Or if it’s culture you’re after you can learn about Aotearoa New Zealand’s rich history in the Maori Portraits exhibition at the Auckland Art Gallery.

Your stay

Your spacious and chic room at Adina Apartment Hotel Britomart will have its own air conditioning, mini bar, kitchenette, iPod docking station, and safe. And if you’d like to burn off any of your trip’s indulgences with a workout, you can use the hotel’s on-site gym during your stay.

Dining at Yard Bar & Eatery

Should you choose to dine at the hotel’s restaurant, Yard Bar & Eatery, you’ll be enjoying some of the finest local produce, and supporting local businesses. The Yard Bar & Eatery is proud to support local producers and artisans – including Neat Meats Butchery PA, Paneton Artisan Bakery, Clevedon Valley Cheese and Puhoi Valley – by incorporating their ingredients into the restaurant’s dishes. So, from the menu you can expect contemporary comfort cuisine, crafted using seasonal and organic ingredients.

Should you wish to venture out of the hotel to dine, nearby eateries include EBISU – arguably the best Japanese in Auckland. The Britomart Country Club – home to New Zealand’s largest garden bar. Misle – a little dessert bar and patisserie and the perfect place to satisfy your sweet tooth, And Waffle Supreme – where you can get all manner of sweet waffles and the best hot chocolates in town.