Proximity Apartments Manukau
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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!
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