Princes Wharf 31/22
This complex was developed in the late 1990's on the original 1924 commercial wharf, the six shipping sheds have been redesigned and built to look like a liner. The wharf is still a working wharf and although the overseas cruise terminal was relocated to Queens Wharf in 2013, occasionally a cruise liner still berths on the eastern side of Princes Wharf. The western side is still used by smaller vessels such as the training yacht The Spirit of New Zealand. The wharf is now home to the Hilton Hotel, the Princes Wharf Apartments, some commercial offices and a variety of cafes and restaurants.
Apartment 31 Shed 22
Newly furnished this 51sqm 4th floor apartment has a sunny balcony which gets all the morning sun and city views.
Open plan with full kitchen facilities the apartment comes with WiFi and Sky TV. There is a queen bed in the bedroom which opens into the living area, The dining table seats 4 and there is seating for three comfortably in the living area which also has study area, there is more seating out on the balcony should you have visitors. The tiled bathroom has a shower and full laundry facilities.
Minimum stay is four days. Apartment serviced weekly including full linen change. No smoking in apartment or on balcony please. All bookings restricted to three months prior to arrival.
- Ironing Board
- Lift in building
- Linen Included
- Queen Bed/s
- Hair Dryer
- Free Unlimited Wifi
- Full Kitchen
- Washing Machine
- TV with Freeview
- DVD Player
- Clothes Dryer
Within walking distance to:
Downtown Ferry Terminal (ferries to the North Shore and islands in the Hauraki Gulf)
Countdown Supermarket, Quay Street
Selection of cafes & restaurants in the area:
Euro Restaurant, Princes Wharf
Cafe Hanoi, Britomart Precinct
Thanks Paddy we had a great week in the apartment the location was great & it was roomy & clean . We appreciate your help with the taxi service & keys collection . We will be back again . Thank you.
Peter (Australia) - Dec, 2014
Central location. Clean and close to the action
Daniele (Switzerland) - Mar, 2018