We Thought we should help our guests and future travellers with our directions from Auckland Airport to Eden Park Bed and Breakfast in 19 minutes.
Please follow our instructions and you should be fine. We went to Google Maps to get this information , so you can trust the routes. Just keep in mind, the end of the trip ends right at Eden Park Bed and Breakfast. If you are into Rugby, or Cricket, we have the best seats in the house. We are only a stones throw away from the Famous Eden Park Rugby World Cup Venue.
Auckland Airport overview map. This is where you start!
These are your directions to Central Auckland, and more specifically Eden Park Bed and Breakfast Hotel.
We are looking at 19 minutes tops without traffic. So we aren’t that far from Auckland Airport.
900 meters leaving the Airport, At the 1st roundabout take the 4th exit towards State Highway 20A
4.2 km down the road, At the next roundabout, make sure you take the 2nd exit and stay on the State highway 20A
7.5 km you will Merge on to State highway 20A
Drive for about 400m after merging and then turn Right on Dominion Road
At this point you are at the 19min mark with no Traffic. Proceed towards RD/Urban Route 4. Keep right.
Turn on Bellwood Ave and head to number 20. You will find us on the left.
We are Located a strone throw away from Eden Park, the 2011 Rugby World Cup Rugby Venue at Mt. Eden, Auckland, New Zealand.
For more information on how to get to and from Auckland Aiport, please contact us we will be happy to assist you.
At Eden Park Bed and Breakfast we are involved in a campaign of building and renovation. We are installing a Bay Window onto the front room and hanging new wallpaper in various rooms. The window was saved from a building that was destroyed in the Christchurch earthquake. It’s our little bit of saving a piece of Christchurch history….
At Eden Park Bed and Breakfast we are involved in the accommodation industry in Auckland. Latest Tourism reports show total visitor spending in New Zealand grew by 11 per cent to $7.1 billion in the past year, driven by strong growth from the United States, Germany and China.
Financial figures for the year ending in June showed visitors increased their spending by $800 million.These figures are based on results from approximately 8900 visitors departing New Zealand airports.
The results showed there was a significant increase in total spending by visitors from the United States, up an estimated 53 per cent from the previous year to $773m, and Germany, up 63 per cent to $375m. Spending by visitors from China rose 26 per cent to $912m, as visitors moved from lower value short shopping trips to longer stays.
But how to tap the Chinese Market is still a challenge. At Eden Park Bed and Breakfast , we accommodate a percentage from that FIT market , but tapping into the Chinese Tour Market is still difficult ….or impossible !
Spending by Australians fell 4 per cent to $2.11b.
And business spending tumbled by 22 per cent from $585m to $459m.
Tourism is still strong tho. Although we found it to be quiet for accommodation in the month of July , August shows improvement . Next week we have the All Blacks playing Australia at Eden Park. Full House at Eden Park Bed and Breakfast.
Go Black !
Auckland will be having a boost to its economy with more cruise ships to arrive in Auckland. Last year at Eden Park Bed and Breakfast we had numerous arrivals with travelers arriving for pre and post cruise accommodation .
Statistics show that each arrival delivers an estimated $1 Million to the local economy in accommodation, dining, transport and shopping, as well as crew expenditure, supplies and port charges.
The cruise industry contributed $310 million to New Zealand’s economy in 2013, with $115.5 million going to Auckland. The industry has gone from being worth $63 million to $115.5 million to Auckland in the past five years.
New Zealand’s cruise market has increased every year over the past 5 years and will further buoyed by another two operators increasing their visits. Last year, 89 cruise ships visited Auckland bringing in 162,000 passengers and crew.
P&O is doubling the number of cruises operating from Auckland over the next couple of years and extending its season.This year, during its May to June season, it offered eight cruises. It will add two extra cruises and the season will run from April to June next year.
This is further good news for the Tourism Industry in New Zealand.