Metro Suites Apartment Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMetro Suites Apartment Hotel Auckland
We booked directly with Metro Suites as we'd read that some apartments are let by other agents.
We arrived at 8am, so had breakfast at Esquire cafe - which was great. Check in wasn't until 2pm, but they arranged for our room to be cleaned sooner and we were in by 11.30am.
The apartment has a 2 ring electric hob with oven, kettle, toaster, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, fridge and freezer. Enough plates, cups, pans etc.
Huge bathroom with bath and walk in shower.
Lounge area with sofa, chair, large TV, desk and chair. Sliding doors to bedroom area with lots of cupboard space, another TV and huge bed. Floor to ceiling windows with amazing views over the harbour. Nice thick curtains that block out all the light.
The staff are really helpful and friendly - they can't do enough for you.
You have free access to the gym and pool - both of which were quiet and very clean.
You need to request cleaning...but we didn't need it as we stayed 4 nights and there is only 2 of us. Plus we are happy to clean up after ourselves.
Amazing - totally recommend Metro Suites Apartments,
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