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ibis Auckland Airport: Bring Your Own Push Cart

Ibis Auckland Airport Hotel Review is part of the Tahiti Triumph Trip Report. It covers the following cities:

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After enduring the return leg in coach from Tahiti to New Zealand (see Air New Zealand to Tahiti: In Coach to Paradise), I arrived in Auckland exhausted. I thought I made the convenient choice booking the ibis at Auckland airport. Unable to find the hotel shuttle, I hijacked a luggage cart and pushed it through high winds and a tremendous fog until I arrived at the hotel.

a building with a sign on the front a blue luggage cart in front of a building

a group of cars in a parking lot at night
I was not the only one with this ingenious idea.

Hotel Itself

The hotel looks like a kindergarten classroom.a room with tables and chairs a desks with stools and a phone booth a couple of people sitting at a reception desk a room with a table and chairsRoom

The daycare theme continued with the design of the room. It was comfortable and cozy. I, of course, slept like a baby.

a sign on a wall a bed with a ladder in a room a bunk bed with a stack of blankets a bed with white sheets and a suitcase

Bathroom

I half expected a bubble bath.

a stack of towels on a bed a bathroom with a sink and toilet a shower with a shower head a bar of soap on a white surface

Dining

I asked the front desk where we could eat at this late hour. They suggested a burger place.

two hamburgers on a table
Maybe the best picture of a Big Mac in history.

a tray of fast food

Overall

I would recommend the ibis Auckland if you are arriving late and your travel plans take you out of the city the next day.

 

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