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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Auckland Airport Mangere
We stayed one night while waiting for a flight. The airport transfer bus at $10 per person is well worth it; punctual and helpful. The basic room was still good, comfortable king size bed, practical furniture and a good shower-over-bath. Service was helpful and friendly. Restaurant is hardly flash, but has a good menu at reasonable cost with good-size portions. The pizza bread is in fact a whole pizza. No complaints at all.
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