Emerald Inn

Address: 16 The Promenade, Takapuna, Auckland, North Island, 1309, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 16 The Promenade, Takapuna, is near Auckland Maritime Museum, Pink Sand Beach, Ferry Building, and Valentine's Dive Center.
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          • Spa
          • Beach
          • Swimming pool


          • Minbar in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Microwave in room
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites

          TripAdvisor Reviews Emerald Inn Takapuna

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Takapuna

          Bike repairs

          A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Oct 30, 2015

          2 comments, 13 photos

          Friday 30th Oct.
          Back in Aukland for some much needed bike repairs, the chain and sprockets were not going to last long and the trip to Cape Reinga and back has finished them off so I have ordered a set from the Suzuki dealers here in Takapuna, they will be in Monday also Ferg has ordered me a set of tyres through his place at cost for me. They would probably last another 1000 mikes but as i'm going ...

          3 little indians

          A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Oct 22, 2015

          5 comments, 18 photos

          21st Oct Wednesday
          woke up to a very sunny and windy day but by the time I got up and headed out it started raining. It wasn't very heavy but I still got wet. Got what i needed doing then headed back to Johns. Went out again later for some lunch and got rained on again. Spent the rest of the afternoon researching unpaved roads and decided I needed some old fashioned paper maps so ...

          Day 4

          A travel blog entry by thechasescott on Jul 15, 2015

          4 photos

          ... be turned into something respectable. They leave and go stay with the family friend for the night. They gave them like a TV and a bunch of booze so yeah. Definitely hope we end up flatting with them. Josh and I decide to go to Coyle park it's like 45 minutes away so not bad. We get there and it's awesome. Big open field, kids playing on a play ground, and then the best part is past the little fence. You walk down stone stairs to big ass rocks and ****. Can't describe it but it feels ...

          Rain, rain, rain and even more rain

          A travel blog entry by charli9988 on May 23, 2015


          ... it's bank holiday weekend here ( on the bank holiday topic, this bank holiday is for the queens birthday!! Do we even have a bank holiday for her birthday?? I don't remember any of ours being for that reason and she's our queen too so I think we should lol) Anyway. Where we are staying is just what we needed. It's a little hut type thing in the rainforest, we have our own private room and a shared bathroom, there's wifi, a kitchen, a garden and it's a short walk to the beach. I ...

          Auckland 25th March to 8th April

          A travel blog entry by smadge on Apr 06, 2015

          6 photos

          ... China is the big question mark in the region. Taking another suburban trip, this time by bus, we went to explore a park and One Tree Hill. This is actually no tree hill now, the tree having been replaced by an obelisk with a rather fine shiny tip. There were various trees up there but those most recently planted to replace the originals incurred the wrath of the local Maori, it has always been an important Maori site. The replacement trees were not indigenous and this symbolised ...