Quest Ponsonby

Address: 68 Ponsonby Road, Auckland, North Island, 1011, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 68 Ponsonby Road, Auckland, is near Piha Beach, Ponsonby, AJ Hackett Bungy, and Parnell Rose Gardens.
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        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette

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        High in the sky

        A travel blog entry by ali_wah on Oct 16, 2015

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        ... on! We could then go up to the 60th floor. Crazy high. We watched someone jump off...they were attached! We had a nice drink in the cafe then left the building. We then went to have a better look round the marina and the wynyard quarter. It was very trendy and a little industrial at the same time. We had a bite to eat then went to see the 'tepid baths'. It was weird. It was a swimming pool. Hmmmm. At half ...

        SuperCity: Part 2

        A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Oct 02, 2015

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        ... receptionists, Jules and Frenchie, and made our way to the airport. To say it was sad would be an understatement. I felt depressed leaving one of the most beautiful regions of the world. And it meant we were really going back to reality and our escape was over. There would be no more tramping through the many mountains! We went through the most lax security I've ever been through. It was so simple and relaxed. We didn't even have to take off ...

        The Waiting Game

        A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Aug 06, 2015

        ... Surprisingly, nobody else on the Kiwi bus wanted to do it, so it was just me, and about 8 Japanese tourists. The drive itself was interesting – not only were we driving up a steep, winding road, about half way up, the driver had to turn the headlights off. No white lights are allowed anywhere near the observatory and even the town’s lights have loads of restrictions (e.g. they must all point downwards and have shades longer than the bulbs). It was weird ...

        The big leaving day

        A travel blog entry by sammy.bell on Jun 29, 2015

        4 photos

        ... arrive. I know she will be fine and they will look after her but it's still sad to say goodbye and doesn't help that they haven't arrived yet so there hasn't been an official handover. We will get in touch with them when we get there. And we've left them the biggest list ever of contacts and things to do if something goes wrong.

        I think in true Bell fashion, we are covered for every ...

        Sweet As

        A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on May 03, 2015

        36 photos

        ... metres (722 feet) above the ground and all Colm kept thinking was we would be screwed if an earthquake happened (fear kicking in again). Well an interesting fact about the sky tower is that it should remain standing in the unlikely event of a magnitude 8.0 earthquake occuring within twenty kilometres of the area. All Colm got from this fact was the word 'should' - he empathised this alot. He was soon shouting at me once again as I was leaning on the ...