Venue & Hospitality
Grand Mercure Hotel
8 Customs Street East, Auckland 1010 New Zealand
Conference Dates: August 12-13, 2019
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Mangere, Auckland Airport is conveniently accessible via airport bus, taxi, Town bus, and Shuttle or foot.
Auckland Airport Hotel Bus
The Yellow Bus runs between Grand Mercure Hotel Auckland Airport and the Auckland Airport 24/7. The bus will run every 20 minutes from 3 am to 9 pm and every 30 minutes during the rest. The Yellow Bus is a third party shuttle that services the needs of hotel guests in the Auckland Airport precinct.
Available at the waiting areas outside door 3 of Domestic Arrival Airport and across door 6 of International Arrival Airport.
The quickest way to get from Auckland Airport (AKL) to Grand Mercure Auckland Airport is to the taxi which costs ₹1,200 - ₹1,500 and takes 6 min. Note:
This is the most convenient way to reach the Hotel.
There is a direct bus departing from 4 Leonard Isitt Dr and arriving at 1 Ascot Rd. Services depart every 20 minutes and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 9 min
About the Venue:
Auckland is an ideal blend of state-of-the-art city living and outside splendor that makes it one of the most appropriate destinations inside the global. This allows you to live in which you select near one of the stunning eastern beaches, inside the west near the local bus, or within the metropolis itself. The biggest metropolis in New Zealand and the sector's biggest Polynesian center, Auckland is a numerous blend of the current way of life, cultural history, carrying achievements, monetary vibrancy and colorful multi-cultural distinctiveness, set within the pristine marine primarily based surroundings.
Parks and Nature
Auckland Domain is one among the most important parks in the city, close to the Auckland CBD and having an excellent view of the Hauraki Gulf and Rangitoto Island. There are smaller parks in the middle of the city such as Albert Park, Myers Park, Western Park, and Victoria Park. Other parks across the metropolis are in Western Springs, which has a massive park bordering the MOTAT museum and the Auckland Zoo. The Auckland Botanic Gardens are situated in Manurewa.
Auckland is classified as a Beta World City due to its significance in commerce, the arts, and training. Auckland is the leading financial and monetary center of New Zealand. The city's financial system is primarily based in large part on offerings and commerce. Most major international businesses have an Auckland workplace, the maximum high-priced workplace area is around lower Queen Street and the Viaduct Basin within the Auckland CBD, wherein many economic and business services are placed, which make up a huge percent of the CBD economic system. The biggest commercial and commercial regions of the Auckland Region are inside the southeast of Auckland City and the western components of Manukau City, mainly bordering the Manukau Harbor and the Tamaki River estuary.
Arts and Tradition
A variety of arts activities are held in Auckland, which includes the Auckland Festival, the Auckland Triennial, the NewZealand International Comedy Festival, and the NewZealand International Film Festival. The Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra is the city and vicinity's resident complete-time symphony orchestra, appearing its very own series of concert events and accompanying opera and ballet. Events celebrating the metropolis's cultural diversity consist of the Pasifika Festival, PolyFest, and the Auckland Lantern Festival, all of which might be the most important in their type in NewZealand.