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Oaks iStay Residences

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Stuido - Oaks iStay Residences.

Studio Apartment with modern kitchen and ensuite bathroom. Central location, just a short walk to the Auckland waterfront, the Britomart Transport Centre, and the Viaduct Harbour. This room is unserviced and caters for a maximum of 2 adults and a maximum of 1 child but cannot exceed 2 guests in total.

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The tallest apartment tower in New Zealand, Oaks iStay Residences offers Auckland CBD apartment style hotel accommodation with sweeping views of the harbour and city.

Centrally located on the corner of Fort and Gore Streets,
this modern complex contains 37 levels consisting of Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, all with full kitchen and laundry facilities.

Just a short walk to the Auckland Waterfront, the Britomart Transport Centre and the Viaduct Harbour, Oaks iStay Residences is ideally positioned for guests attending concerts and events at Vector Arena or The Viaduct.

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Review date:   December 3, 2017 3:17AM
Review:   Centrally located self-contained apartments in Auckland. Apartments are relatively modern with kitchen/ living room, bathroom & bedroom. As a tourist I could walk to most popular areas of the city without issue. Staff are nice & helpful & there's plenty of restaurants, bars & shops nearby.
Author:   Grant Shelley
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   September 30, 2017 8:08AM
Review:   If you're staying in Auckland for a short period and want to look after yourself it's a great spot. Central to all the highlights in the city. We stayed on level 37 with a amazing view of the viaduct - ask for this! There kitchenette, laundry, ironing board, loungeroom and mini dining table. Not a 5 star hotel but very clean and tidy. Location was fantastic.
Author:   Camille Reed
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   November 22, 2017 10:12PM
Review:   Wish there was a zero rating. have stayed in approx 10 Auckland hotels in the course of my work life...this is the only one that required me to produce photo ID to check in, despite business booking , full charge back etc. ZERO flexibility to move a booking, even despite 24 hour notice Ts & C's being met. took my money and ran. Will NEVER use the hotel again.
Author:   Gabrielle Wildbore
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Review date:   October 20, 2017 1:43AM
Review:   Beautiful small space studio. Has a washing machine and dryer in own rooms. We paid 120 for the 1 night we stayed there. Believe it should have been cheaper as we have stayed at others more bigger with 2 queens and more elegant for alot less including full buffet breakfast. But the service was excellent!!!!
Author:   Tristan Paenga
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Review date:   October 22, 2017 4:42AM
Review:   We are two Aussies on tour and stayed 2 nights 20 and 21st October 2017. Our room 17b overlooking the harbour was great. Parking was on level upper ground access via a shared mall just past the front entrance and narrow lane. Office gives you key card to the roller door but you need a small sedan or small SUV- we had a Rav 4 that was ok. Room clean and tidy if you want downtown accommodation stay here. Parking is $30/day cheaper than Wilson parks close by.
Author:   Malcolm Sanders
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