Looking for a place to stay in Auckland Central? Then look no further than The Sebel Auckland Viaduct Harbour, a quiet hotel that brings the best of Auckland Central to your doorstep.
Auckland Sebel Suites offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available.
The hotel offers a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Coast-to-Coast Walkway (0.1 mi) and Britomart (0.3 mi), guests of The Sebel Auckland Viaduct Harbour can easily experience some of Auckland Central's most well known attractions.
Auckland Central has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Amano, Baduzzi, and Elliott Stables, which are serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Sky Tower (0.4 mi), Queen Street (0.5 mi), and Ponsonby (1.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Sebel Auckland Viaduct Harbour as you experience everything Auckland Central has to offer.
Great location. Walking distance to everything. Very well equipped rooms & extremely quiet. Very clean . So great to step straight to the viaduct & to be surrounded by eateries. Very spacious rooms with goodheaing & air-conditioning.
Stayed couple of nights on business in a waterfront apartment. Had amazing views. Lots of restaurants and bars to choose from and you can even charge back to your room. Fantastic staff and service. Will surely come back.
Stayed 5 nights at the Sebel Viaduct Harbour in a city view studio room on floor 5. Comfortable room with a view to the Sky Tower. No noise issues. Good location. Hotel has an exit to the Customs Street West and Lower Hobson Street corner, and another exit out to the Viaduct Harbour. Great spot for walking around the Viaduct. The hotel does not have its own restaurant, but you are very close to heaps of eating options. You also have cooking facilities in your room - microwave, hob and oven. Staff professional and helpful. We were surprised to find the housekeeping staff had not been to our room when we got back about 5pm on our first day. It was about 6pm when we finally got a knock on the door. We were in the middle of changing to go out for a theatre show, so we passed. Maybe they are short staffed, as another day we got back after 4pm, and the cleaner was just finishing our room. I can understand them doing rooms which are being vacated first, but 5 to 6 pm is very late for housekeeping. This was our second stay at this hotel and we will use it again on our visits to Auckland.…
Great location and I like the mini apartment styled suites with the lounge room, kitchenette, queen bedroom and onsuite. Bed was very comfy and nice shower. I even used its laundry washer and dryer. Very convenient to all restaurants. Only downside was the disrepair in the bathroom. The ceiling at the crawl space was falling down Ali g with the dust and nasties with it over the vanity. Room 201.
I arrived in New Zealand - my first international trip in 2 years - not sure what to expect post Covid and it was great relief to find a warm and friendly reception at the Sebel. I started out with a booking for a week and ended up staying 16 nights as my requirements changes. At every stage my extension was facilitated and extended with ease and friendliness. The front office staff went of their way to make my stay as comfortable as possible and I'm grateful that I now have a home away from home in New Zealand. Sunny, Rahul, Pawanesh Jayesh, Nitesh, Jemma, Zoey (lovely helpful lady from Indonesia), Anna, Sukyong, Deep , Liny - all the front office staff became familiar friends. And of course the credit for managing this wonderful and multicultural team should go to their leaders - two of whom I regularly dealt with - Emil (the efficient and helpful Front office Manager) and they are led by the very capable Edith Singgih (my problem solving Rooms Division Manager). A very big thank you to all of you wonderful people for making my stay in Auckland so comfortable - I look forward to returning in June and spending more time at this wonderful hotel. The location is great... I loved walking around the harbour and could easily enjoy hours of peaceful walks in beautiful settings. I cannot think of a better location in Auckland and this will be my first choice whenever I am in the city. The amenities in the room - in one word - excellent. The location – fantastic. The staff at the hotel – Awesome! I didn't have the pleasure of meeting him but my guess is that the General Manager of this hotel must be a great leader to be leading such a good team. Thanks once again to all of you - look forward to seeing you in June.…
As with most Accor properties in NZ, the service was faultless, the staff couldn’t have been more obliging or friendly. The rooms though are looking shabby, tired and need of a total overhaul. There are marks all over the paint, in my room some un-wiped spills. The furniture & artwork looks old fashioned, the kitchen while functional is drab and certainly not worth $300+ compared to other hotels around. A fantastic location though & thank you to the staff for doing all that they do.
Staff are always at hand and remember you when you are a regular visitor…first rate service. Bonus of in site parking and a great array of nearby Bars and eateries. Have been using the hotel for the last 2 1/2 years
Good hotel, rooms are now a little tired. lack of an in-house restaurant is a little annoying but location in middle of viaduct harbour area is great. Lots of great restaurants right on your doorstep offering a variety of different cuisines. Plenty of street parking close by.
We were greeted by Emil at the lobby and he was absolutely brilliant. That was the highlight. It went downhill from there I’m afraid. Cracked tiles, bath and sink plugs broken, old carpet with holes, old tatty lounge suite, scratched old coffee table, chips and plaster damage, a faux wood refrigerator door that dropped and wouldn’t close properly. They promised a New Zealand red wine and handmade chocolates - we got the cheapest, craziest pinot noir one could find and the homemade chocolates were shop bought Whittakers squares and all 4 were either old or heat burnt. Yay - free breakfasts. Unfortunately these too were below average and only ate there 2 mornings. No comment from Sebel but simply got refunded 1 of our 3 nights. Oh well.
Great hotel enjoyed my time here , the receptionist sunny had excellent service so friendly and made me feel so welcome when I came , he had great manners and would definetly love to come again :) thank you