Looking for Auckland Business Hotels? Whether you’re an executive needing top quality business accommodation on Auckland’s waterfront or the CBD, or a salesperson needing a cost effective Auckland business hotel near the airport then we’ve got you covered. West Auckland, North Shore, Ellerslie, check, check and check. If you need a business hotel in Auckland you’re in the right place.
Auckland’s Best Business Hotel
Winner of Auckland Best Business Hotel 3 years in a row (2017-2019). This 5 star hotel is superbly located in the heart of Auckland CBD. Large executive rooms at very reasonable rates combined with an excellent restaurant and a central location make a firm favourite for business travellers.
It’s close to Aotea Square, 10 pin bowling, movies, restaurants, the Sky Tower and all that Auckland has to offer. There is a mall downstairs, and it’s a 2 minute walk to Queen Street and 10 minutes to the Viaduct.
Auckland Airport Business Hotels
This 4 star Auckland business hotel is right next to Auckland International Airport Terminal. So it’s great if you’re only in Auckland for 1 night, and need to catch an early flight. There are plenty of rental car options and it’s always easy to get a taxi from the airport to anywhere in Auckland. However if your business trip is for several nights you might enjoy a business hotel in central Auckland instead.
Jet Park has a large modern conference centre and is perfect for business travellers and company conferences. It’s close to the Auckland Airport and the surrounding business park too, so it also has excellent access to Auckland’s industrial heartland.
The rooms are well kept and reasonably priced. Therefore if you’re only in Auckland for a couple of nights, and most of your meetings are out of the CBD then this is a great option.
Jet Parks restaurant is very good however if you want to try something else, there are not a lot of other dining options in this part of Auckland, so you’ll need to head into the CBD.
This hotel is close to the Airport and Auckland’s main industrial areas. It’s great for one or two nights if your meetings are out of the CBD in south Auckland or West Auckland.
However it’s a long way to the North Shore from here, so if you’re planning meetings in Albany then look for something in Takapuna instead.
Sudima is a typical Airport hotel. It’s nice enough for short business trip. With clean, well maintained rooms and facilities. Making it great for those on a layover, flight crews and business travellers.
However it’s sandwiched between a major road and an industrial estate, so while it’s nice enough inside it’s not the greatest location. If it wasn’t so close to the airport then no one would stay here (or build a hotel here).
If you don’t want to eat in the hotel restaurant you’ll need to uber to find something else, as there’s nothing in walking distance.
Auckland CBD Business Hotels
Rydges Hotel is an excellent 4 star Auckland business hotel located on Federal Street in the CBD. Because of its central location it’s a short walk to all the attractions in Auckland’s business district.
A solid 4 star hotel, it provides comfortable rooms at a variety of price points ideal for business travellers with a medium budget looking for CBD Accommodation. And because they get so many business travelers most rooms contain a small desk suitable for computer work.
CityLife is a 4 star business hotel in a central location on Auckland’s Queen Street. It’s a 15 minute walk to Viaduct Harbour down Auckland’s main street. Rooms range from simple and functional to the extravagant Penthouse suite. Therefore if you have business in the CBD and are on a moderate budget this is a great option.
Copthorne Hotel Auckland is 4 star hotel in Auckland’s downtown area. It’s a little further out than some other options, but it is a pleasant hotel in walking distance of the city centre. And it’s very close to Auckland University. The Copthorne hotel has a small conference centre popular with smaller local businesses.
It’s quite a walk to Auckland’s bars and restaurants from here, so you may end up spending more on taxis staying in this hotel than in other locations.
Four Points by Sheraton is a clean modern 4 star hotel on Auckland’s Queen Street. It offers spectacular views from rooms on high floors. The location is great. It’s a 15-20 minute walk to Viaduct Harbour and 5 minutes to the Skytower, but there is plenty to see and do close by as well. Aotea Centre is a 1 minute walk and Auckland City’s excellent art gallery is also close by.
This is a great option for any business trip where your business is largely in the CBD.
If you have a medium budget and business in Auckland central then this is a great hotel. There’s ample parking, plenty of entertainment and dining options. Also it’s definitely the place to be if you want to have a little fun after the working day is done.
It has easy access to the motorway if you have business out of the CBD; and it’s in walking distance of all of central Auckland if your meetings are in town.
Business Hotels in Highbrook
Quest Hotel Highbrook
Highbrook business park is Auckland’s fastest growing business park. If you travelling to see clients in the Highbrook area then Quest Hotel maybe the best option for you. It’s reasonably priced and because it’s an apartment style hotel the rooms are spacious.
There’s no restaurant so you’ll want to try the nearby Sylvia Park mall for dinner, or take a taxi to the Viaduct and give that company expense account a workout.
Business Hotels in West Auckland
Quality Hotel Lincoln Green
If you need to be in West Auckland for business and don’t want to be taxiing back and forth from the CBD the Quality Inn Lincoln Green maybe for you. It’s located on Lincoln Road which is famous for having more fast food outlets than any other street in New Zealand. If you don’t really need to be here then find a hotel in Auckland CBD where you’ll have a lot more fun after work.
Business Hotels Ellerslie
Located in Greenlane just off the southern motorway. Novotel Ellerslie is central to Auckland’s industrial areas as well as being very close to the ASB Showgrounds, which is Auckland’s main exhibition centre. This makes it’s perfect for sales people visiting clients in the industrial areas or exhibitors at one of Auckland’s many industry focused shows.
It’s a clean modern hotel at a reasonable price. Only 15 minutes drive from the CBD, built on the edge of the Ellerslie horse race course grounds. It’s a great spot for any business traveller who doesn’t need to be in the CBD for meetings but still wants to go into town for an evening or two.
Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre is located on the Panmure Lagoon, which is an extinct volcanic crater that is now a tidal lagoon. When the tide is in the view is beautiful, however when the tide is out it’s not quite so picturesque. The lagoon has a 3km public running/walking track around it making it great for an evening jog.
The location is close to Auckland largest industrial areas, and the conference centre is one of Auckland’s largest, so this hotel is a popular Auckland conference venue.
It has plenty of free parking so if you have a rental car this is a great choice. If you don’t have a car you’ll need to take taxis because public transport isn’t great in this part of town.
The hotel has its own pool but serious swimmers will enjoy the nearby Lagoon Leisure Centre which offers a large heated indoor swimming pool, a gym, and an outdoor pool with diving boards and a waterslide in the summer.
While the hotel restaurant is fine, there are more lively bars and restaurants at the nearby Silva Park mall.
Business Hotels in Auckland’s North Shore
Spencer on Byron Hotel Takapuna is located a short walk from Takapuna beach. Easily the best Auckland business hotel on the North Shore, and it’s also very close to shops, restaurants and bars.
The hotel has a tennis court and a large heated pool. It’s by far the tallest building in the area so it has spectacular views if you’ve got a room on a high floor. Spencer on Byron is perfect for those doing business in Takapuna, Albany, Silverdale, or anywhere else on Auckland’s North Shore.
Executive Business Hotels in Auckland
This is the most luxurious hotel in Auckland. It’s lobby and shared spaces are incredible as are the rooms.
Sofitel Viaduct Harbour is the perfect place for an executive retreat. The location is impeccable. It’s in the Viaduct Harbour, a short walk from everything Auckland has to offer but just far enough away from the bars that it is quieter than some other centrally located hotels.
In addition to meeting and conference rooms, Sofitel boasts an amazing day spa, and first class restaurants, so it’s an experience not to be missed. There’s spectacular views from the marina view rooms and all rooms have a balcony. It’s A close walk to many of Auckland’s best restaurants, don’t miss Baduzzi in Wynyard Quarter.
Perfect for executive business travelers if it will fit under your expense account then book it. You won’t be disappointed.
Stamford Plaza is a 5 star hotel with some very luxurious suites. This large Auckland hotel has 283 rooms and 3 restaurants. Because it’s located on Albert Street, a central city location roughly halfway between Skycity and the Viaduct Harbour, It’s an easy walk to most of Auckland’s major, banks, law firms and accountants. Hence it’s long been a favorite of executive business travelers.
Don’t miss The Grove Restaurant located a few minutes walk away and consistently one of Auckland’s best for many years.
This is a great hotel for executive business travelers.
Hotel DeBrett is a beautifully restored and renovated Art Deco themed, 5 star Boutique Hotel located on High Street in the heart of Auckland City. Because of its proximity to Shortland Street it’s perfect for business people who are needing to be in the city centre.
DeBrett’s has got plenty of character and history, and because there’s only 25 rooms you know you will be well looked after. This is a very central location so it’s an easy walk to Britomart and the Viaduct Harbour, and it’s also an easy walk to Auckland’s financial and legal districts, making it a popular Auckland business hotel.
If you’re staying here don’t miss dining at the nearby Cassia restaurant, it’s one of Auckland’s best.
There is no doubt the Hilton is one of the best Auckland business hotels, befitting accommodation for senior business executives.
This hotel is located next to Viaduct Harbour which is a must do location to visit, with more restaurant choices than you’ll be able to try during your stay. Because of its location it’s a short walk to anywhere in Auckland’s central business district, as well as Britomart Train Station, the Maritime Museum and the ferry terminal.
As you would expect from the Hilton the rooms are generously sized and luxuriously appointed. The heated outdoor pool is one of Auckland’s best because it offers incredible views across to Devonport.
The Hilton hotel is perfect for executive business travellers, couples getaways, and families. This 5 star hotel isn’t cheap but it is an experience you will never forget.
Park Hyatt is the most expensive hotel ever built in New Zealand. With huge, luxuriously appointed rooms in the best location on the Auckland waterfront. This is the place to stay in Auckland City. Business travellers will love the spacious rooms, the four restaurants, and the central location.
What makes a good Business Hotel?
It’s a combination of location and facilities. Ideally you want to stay near where you are doing business. If your meetings are all in the city then you’ll want a hotel in the CBD that allows you to walk to most of your destinations. If you have meetings all over Auckland then you’ll probably need a car and factors like parking and access to motorways will become a more important factor.
Many business people will want a desk in their room that allows them to plug in a laptop and keep on top of there email or make last minute changes to that sales presentation. Generally you’ll also want a hotel with a decent restaurant, and bar to celebrate that sale, or drown your sorrows if the deal fell through.
Many business trips a short and sweet so you may want a hotel close to the airport, which can really cut down on travel times and make the most of the available business hours in a one or two day trip.
Choose your hotel wisely and don’t be afraid to spend a little more on your hotel. You’ll usually save more by being in the right location. You won’t spend as much on taxis and you’ll be more productive as you won’t waste too much time travelling around the city.
We hope you find the Business Hotel that’s right for you.