Auckland Hotels Rugby Accommodation Tips ~ Auckland Hotels

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Auckland Hotels Rugby Accommodation Tips

It's important to book hotel and motel accommodation now or soon for the world rugby cup games for the year 2011, of which accommodation is likely to be scarce around September to October 2011 within the Auckland City Region. Eden park and North Harbour Stadium are likely venues for the rugby matches. Auckland with dozens of city hotels, motels, self contained apartments, back backer lodgings, bed and breakfast premises, boutique lodges, and private rentals are likely to be in high demand. It's important to compare or at least evaluate accommodation costs to judge if they are representative of a particular hotel or motel average costs. So perhaps cross reference their website's costs against travel and accommodation booking agencies, evaluate current lodging costs, or perhaps with past experiences from family and friends.

The longer you put off accommodation bookings with the Central Auckland City, then you might end up paying more or staying further out in the Auckland Suburbs. This may mean arranging suitable public transport and become familiar with Auckland street names. But browse the above Google Map within Greater Auckland and the Maxx Transport site, which has great connecting transport routes, time tables, and maps for ease of navigation. The graph below indicates a significant search interest for accommodation relating to new Zealand World Cup 2011 interest (click graph for larger view)

Google Search Trend Chart for Auckland World Cup Rugby Accommodation

search trend chart for Rugby World Cup Accommodation

Videos of Auckland City

Inner Auckland CityAuckland City Attractions

For those unfamiliar with Auckland the chart below displays general regional segments within Greater Auckland, but can be approximately segmented as...

* Auckland CBD (Central Business District or City Center)
* North Shore (includes Takapuna, Devonport, and Hibiscus Coast)
* East Auckland (includes Auckland or Waitemata Harbour, Gulf Islands, and Eastern Suburbs)
* Manukau - Generally South Auckland (and includes Manukau City Centre and Auckland International Airport which has hotels and motels)
* Inner to Outer Suburbs radiating between Auckland CBD, and overlapping and extending beyond the four main directional quadrants - i.e. known as "Greater Auckland".

Radial Regional Chart of Auckland
(click for larger view)

Graph of Auckland City and Outer Suburban Regions

Auckland City alone has numerous City Central Hotels and the outer suburbs, including Waiheke Islands have plenty of suitable accommodation and accompanying exploration, travel, and entertainment packages for your convenience and relaxation. Perhaps also consider a Auckland Harbour Cruise (My reviews) for dinner, family functions, sight seeing, fishing, yachting, "cruising" general relaxation and entertainment. Perhaps book hotel or motel accommodation well before the world rugby games, to ensure that you have the advantage of great accommodation, not only adjacent to the rugby matches, but also some of the finest venues (e.g. Viaduct accommodation and restaurants), sight seeing, transport and of course entertainment facilities and Auckland attractions all within Auckland City's Centre.

1 comment:

  1. I know that there are a lot of hotels for accommodation in Auckland because that place is really nice, but there is also a good venue for any occasions in Rydges Tradewinds. You will surely love their place for those who are looking for a perfect venue. They can easily find them here.