Proximity Apartments Manukau

17 Amersham Way, Manukau, North Island, 2104, New Zealand | 5 star condo
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This 5 star condo, located on 17 Amersham Way, Manukau, is near Rainbow's End Theme Park, Hauraki Gulf, Regional Botanical Gardens, and Auckland Town Hall.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsProximity Apartments Manukau

    Reviewed by martinastravels

    A home from home

    Reviewed Sep 1, 2012
    by (5 reviews) , Sweden Flag of Sweden

    I stayed in the Proximity Apartments for 3 months in a 1 bdr apartment. It had everything that I needed and a nice view. The roomservice was very good and all the free stuff that came with it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. You have everything you need just outside your door. Cinema and shopping center just 1 min away and a lot of nice resturants. The train and bus services is also just outside the door. (Train into Auckland CBD just takes 40 min!) I will defenitly stay in Prox again if I had the change!

    Proximity apartments
    Manukau, New Zealand
    Proximity apartments
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Manukau

    New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by thecrazygang on Apr 05, 2014

    4 comments, 188 photos

    ... which consisted of pasta and finally some VEGETABLES then headed off to bed. On Thursday we were up early to leave Franz Josef for a drive to Wanaka. On the way there we stopped off at a national park which had mirror lakes that were so clear and still they reflected the mountains around them. We drove for another few hours and every so often, stopped at view points to take pictures of the scenery which was so beautiful. We arrived in Wanaka around 15:00 and had ...

    Day 178 on route to Auckland

    A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Mar 12, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to drive out of the centre of the city to the suburbs to drop off the car. This started off as we turned out of the car park onto a road with no joke a 60 degree gradient. Luckily the car was automatic but it felt like the car was going to fall onto its roof the road was so steep. By the time we actually got to the NZ Rent a Car headquarters I had nearly had multiple heart attacks. Still I was sad to let her go. We turned up, emptied her and went inside to give the key away. We ...

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by tomanderson on Mar 09, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... beautiful. Clean, spacious and welcoming. We got a fish & chip takeaway for £8. Brilliant value. Finished the night watching the sun go down with a couple of beers and the odd G&T. After dark, we had an unwelcome guest. One huge moth which took refuge in the wall light fitting. One of the many items our hostess left us was a tin of fly spray, so yours truly went for his weapon. He crept up to the light fitting, and liberally sprayed ...

    New Zealand Take Two

    A travel blog entry by karensnare on Feb 23, 2014

    3 comments, 48 photos

    ... a kiss on the cheek and then a pressing of foreheads and noses together while keeping eye contact and breathing together. Fun! I now want to do that to everyone I see! When we arrived on the boat the crew had put a huge Go Broncos banner on the boat. It was so fun when people from the US or even Colorado would shout at us. We walked around the city with all our bronco garb on and it was amazing how many New Zealandanders are American football fans. Although the game was a ...

    A little knowledge

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Jan 22, 2014

    1 photo

    ... higher percentage than even Britain. I was quite moved by the stories, especially with the centenary approaching. I knew nothing about the Maori Wars of the 1860s and learnt quite a bit about their chiefs, fortifications and encounters with the Europeans. Even today reparations are made to Maoris. Apparently the Waitangi Treaty of 1840 was a bit vague and open to interpretation - hence the often ...

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