At the heart of Auckland’s lively uptown area, Cordis, Auckland by Langham Hospitality Group puts the city’s fashionable boutiques, galleries and museums within easy reach, so you can make the most of your day. Colourful cafes and boutiques, vintage stores and designer art galleries just waiting to be discovered along vibrant Karangahape Road. Within walking distance, you will find some of the city’s best-known icons including Auckland Museum , Sky Tower and Auckland Art Gallery. Catch a show at the Civic Theatre or head to historic Parnell, Ponsonby and Newmarket for fashionable shopping and dining. A stay at Cordis, Auckland lets you embrace your Auckland adventure in style.
Auckland Airport is 18.5km and about 30 minutes away by bus, car or taxi. If you are traveling by taxi, they are located outside the domestic and international terminals and cost approximately NZ$85-$95 (one way) into the city. If you are traveling by car, take the Southern Motorway north, exit at Symonds Street and turn right.
Britomart Transport Station: 2.3km, 10-min drive
Super Shuttle(rank at airport): NZD$35.00 (1 person) and NZD$43.00 (2 people). SkyBus - departs every 15 minutes from Auckland Airport bus stops and stops adjacent to the hotel):NZD$18.00 (one way) and NZD$32.00 (return).
Cordis Shuttle Bus to Downtown Our complimentary shuttle bus service operates seven days a week, taking you from Cordis, Auckland to Customs Street near the waterfront. The shuttle bus departs on a first-come, first-served basis approximately every half an hour from outside the Lower Lobby (the City Road entrance of the hotel). Please note, the shuttle bus is for passengers only, and is not able to carry luggage. The timetable may vary at times depending on seasonal demand. For more information and a timetable, please email email@example.com. Monday to Friday - 8am to 9.30pm Saturday and Sunday - 10am to 9pm No service at 9.30am, 12.30pm, 4.30pm, 5.30pm and 6.30pm.
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