Nesuto Stadium Hotel and Apartments is the ideal accommodation choice for anyone wanting to stay within close proximity to Auckland CBD. Whether you plan to stay for business or leisure, or for a few days or extended stays, our stylish hotel rooms and spacious apartments all create a welcoming living space and offer high quality accommodation.
The brand new hotel rooms offer a chic finish, and all deluxe hotel rooms have a private balcony. All apartments come with more space, fully equipped kitchen, full laundry facilities, living area, and most have a balcony where views of the Auckland cityscape can be enjoyed.
We are a Qualmark Silver, 4 star Plus rated property. Nesuto. Your companion on the road.
Nesuto Stadium Hotel and Apartments, Auckland CBD
Come and experience the best street kai popping up in the heart of Auckland City, Takutai Square, Britomart.
The Foodie Line Up:
Check out the Facebook Event Pages for all the vendors & up to date information!
Food Truck Wednesdays is held every Wednesday in Britomart!
With scaffolding and grids, sculptural walls, co-opted domestic furniture and gold-leaf speckled flooring, Walls to Live Beside, Rooms to Own offers encounters of playful surprise and thoughtful questioning.
Come up with us, hear the history and be amazed by the unbeatable views. Learn more about one of Auckland’s most beloved heritage buildings, while enjoying incredible panoramic views from the rooftop out over the Waitematā harbour, Mt Eden and beyond.
Join us at the heart of city. Our local Latin American community will be in Freyberg Square for a day of great food, crafts, music, performances and most importantly cultural and community connection!
We will have food stalls from Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Argentina and Chile.
Did you miss us? We're bring the LOLs back to Parnell after hibernation and being rained out a lot. Do come.
Ancient mysteries. Recent discoveries.
How did 25 tonnes of towering stones end up in a field in Wiltshire, England? What purpose did this awe-inspiring monument serve for an ancient civilisation? Why do some consider this monument to be magical or sacred?