The Great Ponsonby Arthotel is a renovated villa in a heritage neighbourhood and was established over 20 years ago.
Beautifully decorated with original New Zealand & Pacific Island artworks, filled with books, magazines, music and tribal rugs, you will feel at home and relaxed in our welcoming environment.
Set within a lovely garden alongside a park there are 11 rooms to choose from (either villa rooms, courtyard studios or spacious suites). We offer you a unique and personal experience when you come and stay with us.
You will find each room has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Included in the room rate are our legendary breakfasts made from wholesome home-made ingredients, unlimited Wi-Fi, parking and daily newspaper.
The Great Ponsonby Arthotel, Ponsonby
This is the Covert Theatre’s show for the whole family. Grab your whanau and come along for a Sunday afternoon giggle. Fun improv comedy that’s appropriate for all ages (from 4 years and up). Every month we have a different theme and EVERY show is different:
Want to give improv a go without signing up a course? Want a little more fun in your life?
Ponsonby Sunday Comedy Showcase is back for the new year! The year of the virus is finally over, let’s kick off 2021 with a bang this Sunday. Join us for one of Auckland’s best little comedy shows featuring a mixture of local pros and up and comers.
Tickets only $10.
This is a fast and furious improv comedy show in the style of TV’s Whose Line Is It Anyway? Improvisers are called up to perform scenes, sagas and songs based on the audience’s suggestions all vying to be crowned the Jester.
Coconut Mojitos is clever comedy. The cast gets one audience suggestion at the start of the show and that inspires a myriad of scenes for the whole performance. You the audience can sit back, relax and enjoy the show from the safety of your seat.
The Covert’s all female improv comedy troupe perform their free-wheeling brand of improv that is bold, irreverent and comedy gold. Be sure to watch comedy coming from the top table.
Cast: Gill Berry, Narelle Jackson, Evie Ashton, Tamara Androsoff, Darcy Murray.