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38 Fort St Auckland, 1010 New Zealand
38 Fort StreetNZAuckland1010
+64 9-307 0181nomadsworld.com
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Fun Backpackers Hostel located in downtown Auckland near to Vector Arena, The Skytower and all the downtown shops. Dorm beds start from $19 and that includes a FREE entree meal and a 241 drink voucher
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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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Thomas Price
3 weeks 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
3 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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Kelly Rice
2 months ago
The facility is alright, not the best, not the worst. The set up is nice, but the lost and found system is a bit lacking in existing. I left a pair of glasses on the bed accidentally when I left. Called the desk, and was told they had not seen them. I guess they weren't found when the bed was cleaned? I went into the facility to see if they had found them, they hadn't. But they did allow me to go take a look for myself around the room.
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Mariana Barreto
9 months ago
Great things and really bad things at the same time: The best ones: - The bar downstairs - The dinner served everyday, with options of the "free meal" and a cheap extra for the whole portion + a drink. It integrates the backpackers. - The price. It's the cheapest one I've found. - The localization. Very central and great infra around. Bad ones: - There's no air circulating at the dorms!!! The kitchens at the dorms CAN NOT have no window. The dorm areas have no window - just some bedrooms (not all!). When someone burns anything on the oven or simply open a Doritos bag the smell takes everything! This is really dangerous. - Few showers, toilets and sinks - at least not enough, in my opinion. The small bathroom in my dorm was always busy. - Internet paid. I moved to another hostel because it would cost much for me in the end (10 months).
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Oliva Ilalio
a month 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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Andreu Roca Bajona
3 weeks 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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Alissa Edlinger
2 months ago
Had a great experience at Nomads. All the staff were really friendly and motivated and the backpackers were all awesome :)
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Alec Wignall
3 months ago
Great location in the city, has a lot of potential if there was some investment. Otherwise its a great price but you get what you pay for and thats not much! Staff were nice enough so overall not too bad at all for the price!

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