Accommodation

Te Ohanga Village on Massey Albany Campus

We have reserved a room allotment on our Albany Campus in the halls of Te Ohanga Village for those seeking a great value-for-money accommodation close to the conference venue. The room allotment is held until the 9th of January 2019. Later bookings are subject to availability.

Have a look at the Te Ohanga Village here: Te Ohanga Village

  • Standard rate: NZ$65.00 per person, per night (incl. GST) in single rooms with shared bathrooms. There is an option to stay in a single-sex hall, if you wish.
  • There is a 10% discount on non-refundable pre-paid bookings.
  • The rooms are available from the 20th until the 30th of January 2019. In case you would like to stay longer, please get in touch with Campus Living directly (clv.auckland@massey.ac.nz).
  • Please book online and make sure you use SDGTourismConf2018 in the Promo Code field (hidden on the right side of the booking date field) on the booking website to ensure you get our special group rate.
  • Please also mention in the booking comments field, if you like to be accommodated in a single-sex hall and what your estimated time of arrival is.
  • Breakfast will be available at the Food for Thought Café on campus on both mornings of the conference at your own cost. The Café offers a range of hot and cold options and will be opened especially for the conference. Should you decide to stay longer than the conference dates, you will need to cater for your own needs. There are shopping options across Albany Expressway, close to campus.

Other accommodation options

There are further accommodation options in walking distance from campus that you might want to consider. Room rates are expected to be upwards of NZ$150.00 per room, per night. Please bear in mind that January is generally speaking a very busy month for Auckland. Early bookings are essential.

Albany Rosedale Motel

Albany Oak Motel

Quest Apartments

Albany Executive Motor Inn

You might also wish to look into available Airbnb options.

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