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38 Fort St Auckland, 1010 New Zealand
38 Fort StreetNZAuckland1010
+64 9-307 0181nomadsworld.com
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Basic rooms & dorms in a hostel with 8 shared kitchens & a bar, plus free evening snacks.- Google
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Eric Floresca
a week ago
One of the cheapest options for backpackers coming to Auckland. It has an apartment style layout and a bar on the first floor. The place is cleaned every day and there are always new people around. It's one of the only hostels with a bar and offers food for guests for free every evening with the option to upgrade to a bigger portion for $3 or a bigger portion and a beer for $5. The staff is friendly and its centrally located in the CBD. They have a no alcohol policy in place in the hostel and a large common area with a TV on the first floor. It's become a home a way and one of the cheapest places to stay in Auckland specially during the off season.
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Life as Rachy
2 months ago
I liked the food options in the bar. It was either free or cheap. I think you can improve on having free wifi there. And it was helpful that all linen was provided so did not need to bring my own bedding.
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Sophie Smith
a month ago
Really helpful stuff and with free dinner every night, its becomes really easy to make new friends especially if you are travelling on your own! Would recommend
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Oliva Ilalio
4 months ago
Cool place. Not the most flash place but the company is good and very chilled out. The pub downstairs is handy too. Staff is awesome and overall experience is awesome
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Monika Karmin
3 months ago
Nomads Fat Camel Hostel in Auckland is a very centrally located and well visited Backpackers Hostel which at times shows from the furniture and staff. The noise from the bar is quite loud, but beds comfortable. The front desk was not exactly thrilled upon my arrival, but few days later very helpful with the request regarding a lost item and reciep. Very interesting crowds gather there, a great place to start the New Zealand adventure, to seek out the experience of those already returning home. Good value for the price.
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Thomas Price
3 months ago
great experience meet lots of people the bar was great. service upon arrival wasnt that great i was left to find my room my self which was annoying as i was carrying my luggage. Very cheap stay was great
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Mark H
6 months ago
One of the best hotels I've been at (and I've been to hundreds), except for some things like: 1) There are rooms with no windows, and they don't seem to have proper ventilation 2) No outlets at/close to the bed or bed lights 3) Wi-fi is not free and paying for it doesn't mean it's gonna be fast There is a $0(snack)/$3(full-size)/5 (+beer/wine/soda) meal option every night which might be good if you're on a budget - nothing special though. And the bar they have seems to be a good value. A big common room with TV, books and plenty of couches to crash on.
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Andreu Roca Bajona
3 months ago
Not clean, not up to date. Unhelpful staff. Room in the fifth floor with no lift for a whole day. Stinky carpets. Good location.

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