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Queen Street

Auckland, New Zealand
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Auckland’s main street is home to numerous shops, restaurants and entertainment centers.
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  • Very good41%
  • Average29%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible1%
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Reviewed today

You can do everything there, shoping, eating, clubing, vistit the cinema. go paintball or lasertag or get a free nespresso in the nespressoshop! :)

Thank Straiky91
Reviewed 4 days ago

this is a very average main street - there is no NZ character here - it simply does not relate to the NZ environment nor the values most kiwis hold a wind tunnel too nothing but fashion label shops, expensive jewellery stores catering to predominantly...More

Thank kiwi572014
Reviewed 4 days ago

We walked along Queen Street and despite road works abound, it's still very lively with many interesting shops. We popped into few clothes stores and also looked at Mansors watch shop while filling in some time between meetings. I've read that these "Main Street" shops...More

Thank RayC888
Reviewed 5 days ago

Queen Street is the main street in Auckland, and it's very busy all day. As a tourist destination there are plenty of souvenir shops (but also money changers, which can be handy if you want to save the 2%-3% credit card charge on your hotel...More

Thank fussytraveller29
Reviewed 1 week ago

Queen Street is one of the main shopping areas in Auckland with a large variety of shops and restaurants many offering good vale for money as they are away from the Quay. There is a large department store Smith & Caugheys which has a good...More

Thank GordonW318
Reviewed 1 week ago

Queen Strret is old fashioned atmosphere of the malls, you'd love this part of Auckland City. Just off Queens & Custom's Streets, there are plenty of shiny hallways filled with boutique shops. More inviting for a good old window shop of some of the finest...More

Thank ArghyaKolkata
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a great shopping strip. Great variety of shops. Restaurants and coffee shops. Shame mist equivalent things are much cheaper in Australia so bought very little.

Thank Oange
Reviewed 1 week ago

This street has a lot of shops on it and I love to see them all! I still think I did not have enough time to explore all the places. It's like a smaller version of NY Time's Square. The transportation system in Auckland is...More

Thank Damaris B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Queen Street runs straight up from the harbour, lots of shops both cheap and fancy. Plenty of fast food shops as well as very nice restaurants. We noticed a couple of people sleeping rough in some doorways as we walked at 9am which seems to...More

Thank smart5
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a good spot to come for a wander, to stop for a drink and to find a restaurant for dinner. It felt safe and well taken care of. The harbor is right there too.

Thank WhiskeyGirlDublin
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Response from Gill B | Reviewed this property |
Wi fi is available in most hotel rooms. You would need to check with individual hotel as to whether there is a charge. Most are free but advisable to check.