With a population of 1.5 million and home to one in three New Zealanders, Auckland is the nation’s largest city, and the country’s financial and economic powerhouse.
Auckland’s modern, clean city centre is buzzing with shopping precincts, waterfront cafés and restaurants, outstanding attractions and superb events. All this is nestled in a wider setting of sparkling harbours, native forests, ancient volcanic cones and beautiful beaches, which tempt visitors with an amazing range of things to see and do.
Auckland’s cosmopolitan character reflects a rich cultural melting pot, with strong Māori, Polynesian and European heritage, added to by many other cultures from around the world, – a diversity that’s represented in our cuisine, architecture, art, music and events.
Auckland Must Dos – find out more about the top things to do in Auckland.
Travel to Auckland:
Travel to the Pullman Hotel:
The hotel is located in the heart of the CBD at the top of Shortland Street, only 40 minutes from the Auckland Domestic/International Airport and 5 mins by car/10 mins on foot from Britomart Railway Station.
Further details on transport options from the airport can be found here.
Pullman Auckland provides guests with a variety of parking options with valet parking for $35. There is also competitive overnight parking rates available at the public car park situated below the hotel.
Planning on having a pre or post conference holiday in New Zealand? Here are a few suggested itineraries:
Touring Itinerary within the Auckland Region
Auckland above and beyond – Itinerary
Touring Itineraries – outside the Auckland Region
Auckland to Queenstown – 5 day itinerary
Auckland to Rotorua to Queenstown – 7 day itinerary
Essential New Zealand – (Auckland, Waitomo, Rotorua, Queenstown, Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound)
North Island Thermal – (Auckland, Rotorua, Taupo, Waitomo)
Southern Glaciers – (Christchurch, West Coast, Franz Josef Glacier, Fox Glaciers,, West Coast)
Southern Scenic – (Queenstown, Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound, Mt Cook, Lake Tekapo, Christchurch)