Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Auckland

Our corporate accommodation in Auckland has been picked especially to cater for businesspeople visiting the Kiwi capital. Guests staying in serviced apartments in Auckland can enjoy the luxury of a fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed and a home-away-from-home while they are away from theirs. Our range of Auckland properties are based close to the city centre too, and you can even enter your address into our map to check travel times from your work location to your property.
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About Auckland


Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and a globally connected economic powerhouse.

About Auckland

Why choose corporate accommodation in Auckland? 

Staying in Situ's long term serviced apartments in Auckland really is a ‘home away from home’ experience. Facilities you can expect as standard include spacious bedrooms, fully furnished living areas, fully equipped kitchens, and free Wi-Fi. It’s all very different from what you might expect in a standard hotel room. Have a browse through our long term stay apartments in Auckland, with a variety available within walking distance of central Auckland.

Situ's Supply Chain has handpicked our amazing serviced aparthotels in Auckland, where you will find facilities such as more than one bathroom, air-conditioning, balconies, TVs, DVD players and stereos. At a number of sites, guests will have access to a swimming pool and/or an on-site gym and might also have on-site housekeeping and laundry facilities

In a medium-sized city such as Auckland, Situ can offer serviced apartments in both the city centre and the outlying areas. This means you can choose a bustling central location close to the office and the tourist attractions, or an apartment in a quieter suburban area. 

Where is Auckland? 

Auckland is very much the largest city in New Zealand, even if it isn’t the nation’s capital. Around 1.7 million people live in the Auckland city region, equivalent to just over one-third of New Zealand’s total population. The city is also in the north of New Zealand’s North Island. The capital, Wellington, which is the country’s third-largest city, is 305 miles to the south at the bottom end of the North Island. The second-largest city, Christchurch, is located on the South Island and is some 474 miles from Auckland. 

The official language here is English and it’s easily the most spoken language in the city. However, in multi-cultural Auckland, there are also reasonable numbers of people who speak Hindi, Mandarin, Samoan and Maori. The official currency is the New Zealand dollar, with 100 cents making up one dollar. 

There are regular flights to Auckland from the US, Australia and many Far Eastern countries, with the journey from Europe usually involving a change of plane in the Far East. Once you’ve arrived, there are frequent trains and buses to help you get around the city. 

Business in Auckland 

Being the country's biggest city, Auckland generates around 40% of New Zealand’s Gross Domestic Product. Furthermore, economic growth in Auckland during the 2010s was around one-third larger than in the nation as a whole. New Zealand isn’t a large country, but it proudly ranks amongst the 40 top nations based on GDP per capita. 

Some of the most prominent industries in Auckland are food and drink manufacture, real estate, construction, technology, professional services and the film industry. Some of the many international companies with a presence in the city include Deloitte, PwC, Vodafone, IBM, Microsoft, Accenture and Amazon. 

Despite the presence of these multi-national corporations, Auckland, and New Zealand as a whole is home to a significant number of self-employed individuals. Average earnings in the city are higher than the national average, and there are more people of working age than in other areas of the country. 

You might like to visit the websites of these organisations, which all offer business networking opportunities in Auckland: 

  • The Networking Group – does exactly what it says on the tin! They hold fortnightly meetings in Auckland and other NZ cities where attendees can promote their business and receive referrals 
  • The Auckland Executive Club – exclusively for professional women, hosts monthly dinner meetings with guest speakers 
  • Auckland Business Chamber - part of the New Zealand Chambers of Commerce network, it provides networking opportunities, alongside other support such as training workshops and a free telephone helpline. 

If you find yourself embarking on a business venture in the Kiwi capital, be sure to book yourself in corporate accommodation in Auckland so you can enjoy being at your most comfortable.

Visiting Auckland 

Considering it’s a country of only five million people, it’s extraordinary that New Zealand has won the rugby union World Cup on three occasions. This country really does love the sport, so to sample a superb atmosphere, get down to Eden Park, the heart for Auckland, which is home to the Auckland Blues and also hosts regular international matches. If you’re here in summer, Eden Park is also an international cricket stadium. 

The Auckland metropolitan area occupies a narrow neck of land near the top of the North Island, so many of the attractions here are close to the water. Head for the 328-metre Sky Tower for a superb view of the waterfront areas. If that is not enough, do the Skywalk! Walking around the observation deck, or even the Sky Jump – you can base jump off the building! These are two activities that definitely meet the definition of ‘adrenalin-fuelled’! 

One area you’ll see prominently from the Sky Tower is Viaduct Harbour, which is home to some amazing restaurants. Some of the best include French fine dining establishment La Maree, seafood specialist FISH, Latin American diner Ceviche Bar and Indian restaurant Oh Calcutta. The sea around Auckland is also a great place for dolphin and whale watching. You can book a dedicated dolphin-spotting boat tour or a trip that takes in a number of the offshore islands such as Tiritiri Matangi, Rangitoto and Waiheke. 

Ultimately, there's plenty to do in New Zealand's capital, so be sure to stay in long term serviced apartments in Auckland to ensure you get the chance to see it all!


Nearest Airport

Auckland Airport is around 12 miles south of the city centre. This airport is the largest in New Zealand and has direct flights to around 50 cities.

Many destinations from Auckland are to other cities around New Zealand. Such as Christchurch, Wellington and Dunedin - and places in Australia and the Far East, including Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo.

However, there are also a number of flights to US cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
If you’re flying from Europe to Auckland, you might change to Singapore or Hong Kong.


The Auckland Train Network serves 41 stations in the city centre and suburban areas. There are four lines: Western, Eastern, Southern and Onehunga, with the Eastern line including a bus link to the airport. Trains typically operate with a 20 to 30-minute frequency between 5am and 11pm.

The Te Huia regional service operates between The Strand in Auckland and the city of Waikato, around 100 miles to the south, calling on the way at Hamilton. There are typically only one or two trains per day.

You can easily explore the iconic North Island's most stunning scenery with the Northern Explorer Service. They do three departures per week and take around ten hours to reach Wellington, calling at Hamilton, Papakura and Palmerston North.


The Airport Link bus connects the city centre Manukau Bus Station with Auckland Airport, with services operating every 10-12 minutes between 4.30am and 12.30am.

The distinctive red City Link buses are one of the best ways to explore the city centre. They run every 7-8 minutes in peak hours and serve locations such as Britomart Rail Station, the Town Hall and Myers Park.
The bright green Inner Link buses run every 10-15 minutes at peak time, and connect Britomart with Victoria Park, the museum, the hospital and other central destinations. TT

The amber Outer Link buses provide a 12 to 15-minute service to inner-city areas such as the Universities, Parnell, Newmarket, Epsom, Balmoral, Mount Eden and Herne Bay.

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