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TravelPod Member ReviewsJucy Hotel Auckland
It really is just a room, however the bright colours keep it looking fun! There's a kitchen with cooking facilities and a clean shared bathroom. Wifi available for NZ$3 an hour from terminals or on your phone in your room. It is very conveniently located and a NZ$20 shuttle from the airport to your door. Would definitely stay here again :)
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After 36 hours of travelling and no clue what time zone we were in its safe to say we were in bed before Oliver on Saturday when we arrived in Auckland. Sunday, we wandered round the city via the key sites such as the sky tower, we then discovered that going into the first decent pub you see can be very costly, at £6 a pint hunting down the …
A short flight east from flooding Queensland and it seems we have landed back in the same spot? It looks as though the brown grass and thirsty trees could use a drink! We took the shuttle bus to Jucy Hotel in the city and checked into our tiny room. A silver double bunk, bright purple bed covers and a fluro green wall! Just like on the website. It …
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