2 Wilkinson Road, Ellerslie, Auckland, NZ
0800 355 377 - +64 9 525 1909
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Best Western Ellerslie International

BEST WESTERN Ellerslie International

Auckland Hotel Accommodation, Restaurant & Conference Facilities

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Best Western Ellerslie International Auckland Accommodation

Modern, comfortable Auckland Accommodation featuring: fully air-conditioned rooms, 50+ SKY TV, WiFi Internet, outdoor heated pool, on site in-house car rental, restaurant and bar, and conference facilities. We offer a range of different room types and affordable rates, as well as special deals to suit any traveller. Our central location makes us the ideal place to stay when you’re travelling to Auckland.

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Room Types

Standard

Sleeps up to 2

Twin

Sleeps up to 3

Executive Studio

Sleeps up to 2

Premium Studio

Sleeps up to 2

One Bedroom

Sleeps up to 3

Family Two Bedroom

Sleeps up to 5

Two Bedroom Apartment - Self Contained

Sleeps up to 4

Deluxe Suite

Sleeps up to 2
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Facilities

Pavillion Restaurant

Motel and Restaurant in Ellerslie, Auckland

Our Auckland restaurant is open daily for cooked and continental breakfasts, a la carte dinners, and room service during restaurant hours.
Here at the fully licensed Ellerslie International Restaurant and Bar, we take pride in offering our guests fine food in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Our restaurant seats up to 36 guests, and our menu includes affordable, seasonal dishes with an extensive selection of wines, beers and non-alcoholic beverages.

Heated Swimming Pool

All guests are invited to make use of our swimming pool. Being heated, it’s the ideal way to relax and unwind during your stay.

Gym

Guest fitness centre with gym workout room.

Conference Centre

Our Auckland Conference Centre is ideal for Corporate Travellers

We have three different conference rooms available for guests staying with us on business.
Our location just off the Southern Motorway, with over 15,000 companies within 20km of our premises makes our Auckland motel and conference centre the ideal location for your next business meeting, seminar, product launch, training course or conference.

Car Rental Service

Our onsite car rental service provides guests with an easy transport solution during their stay.
At Best Western Ellerslie International, we’re proud to offer a premier car rental service to our guests thanks to Greenstone Rentals. All in house guests of Best Western Ellerslie International receive a 10% discount on your daily rate on any car hired through Greenstone Rentals.

50+ Sky Channels and WiFi Internet

Make use of our 32″ Entertainment Panels to choose the latest movies on-demand from your remote, or browse through over 50 channels on SKY.
All apartments are within range of our high-speed wireless hotspot, so you can work or browse the Internet from the comfort of your room.
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Nearby

Ellerslie Race Course

3.1km (7min drive) from Ellerslie International

Venues

Alexander Park

3.9km (9min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Eden Park

9.2km (15min drive) from Ellerslie International

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ASB Showgrounds

3.6km (8min drive) from Ellerslie International

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AMI Auckland Netball Centre

5.6km (10min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Mt Smart Stadium

4.0km (8min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Vector Arena

8.7km (12min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Dress-Smart

5.7km (10min drive) from Ellerslie International

Shopping

Sylvia Park

4.4km (8min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Newmarket

5.3km (7min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Parnell

8.7km (11min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Auckland Airport

16.6km (22min drive) from Ellerslie International

Other

Tāmaki Innovation Campus

5.7km (9min drive) from Ellerslie International

Other

Ellerslie Township

0.7km (9min walk) from Ellerslie International

Local Communities

Onehunga, Auckland

5.7km (10min drive) from Ellerslie International

Local Communities

Cromwall Park (One Tree Hill)

3.8km (9min drive) from Ellerslie International

Day Attractions

Auckland War Memorial Museum

6.7km (11min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Auckland Domain

7.8km (9min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Mission Bay

8.6km (15min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Remuera Golf Course

5.1km (8min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Auckland Zoo

11.6km (14min drive) from Ellerslie International

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MOTAT

10.3km (11min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Rainbow's End

15.2km (17min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Fullers Ferry Terminal

9.5km (12min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Kelly Tarlton's SEA LIFE Aquarium

8.8km (14min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Sky Tower

8.8km (10min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Waiheke Island

40.7km (1h 39min) from Ellerslie International

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Snowplanet

39.2km (31min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Piha

45km (50min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Auckland Art Gallery

8.6km (12min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Viaduct Harbour

9.6km (13min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Devonport

21.1km (23min drive) from Ellerslie International

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NZ Maritime Museum

9.4km (12min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Spookers Haunted Attraction

38.4km (32min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Butterfly Creek

17.9km (22min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Stardome Observatory & Planetarium

5.6km (10min drive) from Ellerslie International

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Events

Ed Sheeran

10 May 2017 (Wed)

Mt Smart Stadium

Ed Sheeran is heading our way....

Breakers 2017-2018 Season

21 Aug 2017 (Mon) - 28 Feb 2018 (Wed)

Spark Arena

The SKYCITY Breakers are not just a basketball club, they are a family, and in 2017/18 they want their fans to be there with them as they welcome in an exciting new era.
TOGETHER. STRONGER.

Ariana Grande

2 Sep 2017 (Sat)

Spark Arena

The world�s biggest pop sensation, ARIANA GRANDE, has announced she is bringing her brand new arena show, Dangerous Woman Tour to New Zealand this September.
For the first time ever, New Zealand fans will be treated to a sensational live show including an array of hits from her 2016 chart-topping album, Dangerous Woman.

From dance floor fillers to uber cool collaborations with the likes of Mac Miller, Nicki Minaj and Future, there is no shortage of hit material from the former Nickelodeon star turned Pop Princess.

Ariana Grande made the transition from TV screen to studio in mid 2010. Since then she has undoubtedly become one of the biggest pop acts on the planet with tracks such as �Into You�, �Side to Side�, �Everyday�, �The Way� and �One Last Time� booming out across airwaves around the world. Grande is the only artist to debut in the Billboard Hot 100's Top 10 with singles from each of her first three full-length albums. As of June 2016, she has received 33 awards from more than 90 nominations.

Dangerous Woman, released early last year, became her first number one album in the UK. It also hit number-one in Australia, Brazil, Italy, Ireland, New Zealand, Spain and Taiwan.

Having been named one of Time Magazine�s 100 Most Influential People in the World and boasting 82 million Instagram followers, 30 million Facebook fans, 40 million Twitter followers and in excess 22 million monthly Spotify streams, coupled with her activism and philanthropy Ariana Grande is more than just a pop phenomenon, she�s on her way to becoming a pop culture icon.

If 2015�s The Honeymoon Tour is anything to go by, this is going to be the pop event of the year, boasting an incredible 60 shows across more than 16 different countries.

Midnight Oil

9 Sep 2017 (Sat)

Spark Arena

Midnight Oil is more than just a rock & roll band. From the northern beaches of Sydney to the streets of Manhattan, they have stopped traffic, inflamed passions, inspired fans, broken new ground and now, this September, Eccles Entertainment is bringing you the band in the flesh!
This will be Midnight Oil�s first headline New Zealand show since playing the Supertop in 1990. They later returned to play Mountain Rock Festival in 1995 still making it well over 20 years since New Zealand audiences have had the true satisfaction of watching the band live! Seeing Midnight Oil in full flight is to experience the transcendent, kinetic power of live rock & roll. They leave you inspired to live life more passionately and to Get Involved. This September is New Zealand�s time to Get Involved.

Rob Hirst (drums, vocals) and Jim Moginie (guitars, keys & vocals) started making music together at school in 1972. They gradually evolved into Midnight Oil, with singer Peter Garrett joining in 1975 and Martin Rotsey (guitar), coming on board in the following year. Founding bass player, Andrew �Bear� James, was replaced by Peter �Giffo� Gifford from 1979 until 1987 when Bones Hillman joined the band.

Before they took it global, Midnight Oil�s early spiritual home was the Royal Antler Hotel, Narrabeen on Sydney�s northern beaches. It was there that �the Oils� fan base swelled from a handful to a thousand � in a space intended for half that number. Between 1976 and the very early 80�s, these five young men played out this blistering ritual almost 1000 times. At all of these shows the distance and the difference between audience and band was indistinguishable. From their earliest days, Midnight Oil was writing songs about who and what they saw around them.

Their earliest releases (1978�s self-titled album, 1979�s Head Injuries and 1981�s Place Without A Postcard plus their Bird Noises EP) all hail from this frenzied post-punk era. The legendary Australian pub rock scene was at its zenith and searing classics like �Bus To Bondi�, �Cold Cold Change�, �Back On The Borderline�, �Stand In Line� and �Don�t Wanna Be The One� left thousands of sweat drenched punters staggering out of suburban beer barns night after night. Throughout the band wrote their own rules; refusing to appear on popular TV shows like �Countdown� and shunning all the �music biz� norms. At the same time, Midnight Oil was becoming known for their support of environmental and social justice causes. The singular trail that they blazed set the tone for everything that followed.

In 1982, their fourth album 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 turned everything on its head. They deconstructed their sound and reassembled it into complex agitrock anthems like �US Forces� and �Power and the Passion�. The lyrics captured a band who would not be boxed in by geography, precedent, corporations, government or the expectations of anyone.

Red Sails in the Sunset came next. Recorded in Japan it took sonic experimentation and polemics to new and extreme levels. It was released in 1983 against the backdrop of singer Peter Garrett making a run for the Australian Senate on a Nuclear Disarmament platform. While Garrett focused on �real� politics, Red Sails saw drummer Rob Hirst coming to the fore, assuming lead vocal duties on �When The Generals Talk� and �Kosciusko�.

In 1985, Midnight Oil performed an unforgettable live set on Sydney�s Me-mel (Goat Island) to celebrate the 10th birthday of music station 2JJ before reacting to the experimental extremes of their two previous albums with the fierce, streamlined EP Species Deceases, Featuring enduring fan favourites like �Hercules� and �Progress� this was a reset that suggested a new beginning.

That new beginning happened in 1986 when Midnight Oil was invited to tour through some of Australia�s most remote communities with legendary Aboriginal group, the Warumpi Band. The �Blackfella/Whitefella� tour was a transformative experience that exposed the band to the austere beauty of the desert landscape, the inspiring creativity of the indigenous people and the deplorable conditions in which so many of those people existed.

The band returned to Sydney and began work on their global breakthrough Diesel and Dust. The singles lifted from that album like �The Dead Heart�, �Put Down That Weapon�, �Dreamworld� and, of course, �Beds Are Burning� brought Midnight Oil to new audiences around the globe. The band toured internationally through �87 and �88 driving the album to huge critical and commercial success. It ultimately sold more than 6 million copies and earned them a Grammy nomination although the band declined to attend the ceremony in order to be part of a political event at home.

Among numerous other honours, �Beds Are Burning� is included in the U.S. Rock�n�Roll Hall of Fame as one of the �500 Songs That Shaped Rock�n�Roll�. Diesel & Dust was recently listed at #1 in the definitive book �100 Best Australian Albums�.

1990�s Blue Sky Mining saw tracks like �One Country�, �Blue Sky Mine� and �Forgotten Years� bring an international orientation to the band�s songwriting without losing any of their characteristically Australian voice. While touring the US after the album�s release, the band drew attention to the environmental disaster caused by an Exxon oil tanker that ran aground in Alaska. They hired a flatbed truck and played a blistering guerilla set outside the Exxon offices in New York, stopping traffic and putting the issue on front pages worldwide. Blue Sky Mining was another globally successful album, charting top 5 in many parts of Europe and top 20 in the U.S.. Back home it won the band five ARIA Awards and was certified five times platinum.

Midnight Oil�s creative evolution continued with 1993�s Earth and Sun and Moon with its emphasis on melody, textures and storytelling. They toured the world on the WOMAD festival and were one of the first international artists to play in South Africa after Nelson Mandela came to power. These new experiences influenced 1996�s atmospheric album, Breathe which they recorded in Sydney and New Orleans. Then, in typically perverse fashion, the band veered away from these warm, dark, ambient textures to create arguably their most angry and confronting release - 1998�s Redneck Wonderland. In Australia, anti-migrant and anti-Aboriginal sentiment was being inflamed for political gain and Midnight Oil�s visceral response pulled no punches.

In 2000 the band performed to an audience of over a billion people at the closing ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games revealing clothing emblazoned with the word, �SORRY�; thereby provoking global discussion about the apology due to stolen generations of Aboriginal children forcibly removed from their families between the 1890�s and 1970�s. That year they also recorded the excellent �Say Your Prayers�, an anthem for the East Timorese which appeared on a benefit release and was stripped onto their 11th and final studio album, Capricornia. Aptly enough, this swag of songs drew heavily from their deep affection and appreciation of their Australian homeland.

In December 2002 Peter Garrett left the band to pursue a full time political career. He was elected in 2004 as a federal Member of Parliament where he would eventually serve as a cabinet Minister in various portfolios including School Education and Environment. Nonetheless in 2005 the Oils regrouped to headline the �Waveaid� tsunami benefit concert for over 50,000 people at the Sydney Cricket Ground. In 2009 the band topped a massive bill at �Sound Relief� at the Melbourne Cricket Ground where over 80,000 fans joined them in raising millions of dollars for victims of Australian fires and floods. Apart from these two iconic stadium appearances for charity (and a handful of intimate �warmup� gigs immediately prior to each of them) the members played together in The Break and separately in other bands for over a decade. Then in May 2016 they made headlines with a surprise announcement via Facebook that they would be �getting back together for some gigs next year�.

On February 17, 2017 the band held a press conference on Sydney Harbour at which they announced that they would be touring the world from April through November of this year. The tour will be accompanied by the release of three new box sets; one will contain all their existing LP�s and EP�s, another will contain all their existing CD�s and videos plus there will be a new 4 CD/8DVD treasure trove of previously unreleased or rare material called �The Overflow Tank�.

As the tour name implies, �The Great Circle� will begin with an April pub gig in Sydney and then loop around Brazil, North America, Europe and New Zealand before climaxing with a lap of Australia. These circles of both the globe and their homeland will close with one more Sydney show on Remembrance Day.

Of course �The Great Circle� will see the band drawing attention to issues affecting the planet, including collaborating with Greenpeace on crucial issues like dangerous climate change.

The tour name also has a further meaning. Sailors and airmen use �the great circle� to navigate across oceans because the planet�s curvature means the shortest distance between two points is not usually a straight line. It�s appropriate for this band who have always been deeply engaged with the world around them but whose career path has never been obvious or linear.

Midnight Oil is still more than just a rock�n�roll band and in 2017 they will bring things back to where they all began. The circle remains unbroken.

Cirque du Soleil

15 Sep 2017 (Fri) - 24 Sep 2017 (Sun)

Spark Arena

Inspired by James Cameron's record-breaking film, AVATAR, "TORUK � The First Flight" is an immersive multimedia spectacular that transports you to the world of Pandora in a visually stunning live setting. Experience a storytelling odyssey through a new world of imagination, discovery and possibility.

Through a riveting fusion of cutting-edge visuals, puppetry and stagecraft buoyed by a soaring cinematic score, Cirque du Soleil applies its unique signature style to James Cameron�s imaginary world and �makes the bond� between two kindred artistic visions that capture the imagination.



This live immersive experience also bears the distinct signature of directors and multimedia innovators Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon:



��"TORUK � The First Flight" is an integration of humanity and technology, a colorful spectacle for the entire family. We are delighted to see this epic journey take flight in New Zealand, a country so rich in culture and scenery as can be found on Pandora�� says director and writer Michel Lemieux.

Armageddon

20 Oct 2017 (Fri) - 23 Oct 2017 (Mon)

ASB Showgrounds

The Armageddon Expo returns to the ASB Showgrounds on 20�23 October � an amazing long weekend of events not to be missed!
Starts with a special opening night from 6pm to 9pm on Friday 20 October then three full days of action and adventure on Saturday 21 October (10am to 6pm), Sunday 22 October (10am to 6pm) and Monday 23 October (10am to 5pm).

Door sales and presale options are available. Special discounts apply for purchasing tickets to 3 or 4 days of the event.

Rugby League World Cup

28 Oct 2017 (Sat)

Mt Smart Stadium

In 2017, the best Rugby League players from around the world will be in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, all hoping to be crowned World Cup winners and hold aloft the Paul Barrière Trophy.

14 teams, 28 games, five weeks. The pinnacle event in international Rugby League.

Shawn Mendes

25 Nov 2017 (Sat)

Spark Arena

SHAWN MENDES BRINGING ILLUMINATE WORLD TOUR TO NEW ZEALAND
Frontier Touring are thrilled to confirm that multi-platinum singer songwriter and global sensation Shawn Mendes will bring his acclaimed Illuminate World Tour to New Zealand!

"The 18-year-old takes it to a new level on his second album, coming off as a bona fide rock star. His guitar playing has advanced, his songwriting has matured and his vocals are crisp: This kid's the real deal." - Associated Press

"Teen idol is discovered. Teen idol hits it big. Teen idol wants to mature. Teen idol pulls it off." - LA Times

The Illuminate World Tour marks Mendes� much-awaited return to Sydney after his debut shows last November sold out in just minutes, and his first ever performances in Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth.

Shawn is touring in support of his second album Illuminate (Island Records), which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart, marking his second #1 album debut. Current single �Mercy� has been certified Platinum and has soared to Top 10 on pop radio, and its official video has amassed over 115 million views to date. The Illuminate World Tour follows Shawn�s sold-out 2016 Shawn Mendes World Tour, as well as his sold-out Illuminate release show at New York City�s Madison Square Garden.


The singer/songwriter�s first-ever headlining arena tour now includes over 60 dates across four continents, kicking off April 27 in Europe before going on to North and South America, Australia and Asia.

Rugby League World Cup Semi Final

25 Nov 2017 (Sat)

Mt Smart Stadium

In 2017, the best Rugby League players from around the world will be in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, all hoping to be crowned World Cup winners and hold aloft the Paul Barrière Trophy.

14 teams, 28 games, five weeks. The pinnacle event in international Rugby League.

J. Cole

1 Dec 2017 (Fri)

Spark Arena

4 YOUR EYEZ ONLY TOUR
Multi-platinum-selling artist J. Cole announces today that he will hit the road for a 57-city world tour. The �4 Your Eyez Only� Tour kicks off in South Carolina with a run of thirteen small, intimate shows before going into Live Nation arenas in North America and the U.K., along with a mix of arena and theatre dates in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

The North Carolina-bred Cole is touring in support of his fourth album, the Platinum-certified 4 Your Eyez Only, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in December. Each of its ten tracks has notched a place on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The "4 Your Eyez Only Tour� follows Cole�s 2015 "Forest Hills Drive Tour," which was the highest-selling hip-hop tour of that year, after which Cole embarked on an international festival run in 2016.

harry Styles

2 Dec 2017 (Sat)

Spark Arena

Live on Tour
Harry Styles' self-titled debut album will be released globally on Friday May 12. The 10-track album features the lead single "Sign of the Times" which topped the charts in over 84 countries upon release day. The album was executive produced by Jeff Bhasker, with additional production from Alex Salibian, Tyler Johnson and Kid Harpoon, and is available for preorder at www.hstyles.co.uk.

Styles began to showcase the live show with his performance debut on NBC's Saturday Night Live, where he premiered the exvlusive ablum track "Ever Since New York" and the single "Sign of the Times", with an addtional stunning performances of the single on BBC talk show "The Graham Norton Show".

Yusuf/Cat Stevens

13 Dec 2017 (Wed)

Spark Arena

YUSUF / CAT STEVENS 50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
TEG DAINTY and Live Nation in association with Moonshadow Aus Pty have announced that British singer-songwriting legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Yusuf / Cat Stevens will tour New Zealand in December. A Cat�s Attic �Peace Train Tour� commemorates the 50th Anniversary of his first major hit single and debut album Matthew & Son released in 1967.

Last here in 2010 for two rapturously received and sold-out arena concerts, Yusuf / Cat Stevens returns to perform at Spark Arena on Wednesday 13 December, only his second ever tour of New Zealand.

Having first found fame as a teenager in 1960s England, Cat Stevens grew from being a teen idol into becoming one of the most influential singer-songwriters of all time. In addition to his vast musical achievements, his lifelong spiritual quest and search for meaning has added intrigue and depth to a groundbreaking career.

Cat achieved early success in the mid 60s with �Matthew and Son�, �Here Comes My Baby� and �The First Cut Is The Deepest�. In 1968 the heavy workload of non-stop appearances and touring, the excesses of a pop-star lifestyle took its toll and Cat contracted TB. He was hospitalised for several months and began a significant process of inner reflection and meditation. During this time Stevens began to question aspects of his life and spirituality and underwent a profound musical transformation. From 1970 to 1978 he recorded and released the albums that would establish him as a leading singer-songwriter of his generation.

His album, Tea for the Tillerman, from 1970, went multi-platinum in the U.S. and Australasia with such songs as �Wild World�, �Hard Headed Woman�, �Where Do the Children Play?� and �Father & Son�. It was Teaser and the Firecat in 1971 that made him a megastar, with songs like �Morning Has Broken�, �Peace Train� and �Moonshadow�. In 1975 Cat experienced another momentous and life-changing event after nearly drowning in the Pacific Ocean. Following this he dedicated himself to the Divine path, and on leaving music he concentrated on education and humanitarian relief.

The tragic events of 9/11 motivated Yusuf to, once again, take to the global stage. He spoke out in the media against the atrocities, against fanaticism and war, and called for peace and unity. In 2006 Yusuf returned to mainstream music with the album An Other Cup, which was followed in 2009 by Roadsinger. 2014 was another monumental year for Yusuf, as he released his fourteenth studio album Tell �Em I�m Gone and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He is currently working on a children�s animation series and writing his autobiography, which is expected to surface next year.

Yusuf / Cat Stevens toured New Zealand in 2010 for the first time ever, and the shows had the critics raving:

��Wild World, Where Do the Children Play, Moonshadow and Father and Son were delivered in heartfelt style and brought the audience to its feet for multiple encores.� - The NZ Herald

��it's great to have him back�singing songs whose beauty is often their sheer simplicity�this was like catching up with an old friend.� - Newshub

�Peace Train�struck a chord with everyone jammed into the Arena�picking up the pace to finish off a joyous night.� - www.stuff.co.nz

This 50th Anniversary Tour is going to be an unmissable night for fans!

Yusef / Cat Stevens is also playing New Plymouth's TSB Bowl of Brooklands on Saturday 16 December and Christchurch's Horncastle Arena on Tuesday 19 December.

Bruno Mars

27 Feb 2018 (Tue) - 4 Mar 2018 (Sun)

Spark Arena

Bruno is back!
The 'Uptown Funk' superstar sold out arenas across Australia in 2014 and fans have been begging for his return ever since. With countless accolades including five Grammy Awards, being named #1 on Forbes list of top 30 people under 30 and an ARIA #1, Live Nation is thrilled to bring the pop/soul/funk maestro back for dates in Auckland, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.

Currently touring through Europe and the UK (ahead of an extensive trek across North America), London's The Evening Standard bestowed a 5-star review on Mars� O2 Arena shows exclaiming:
"One of the greatest showmen in pop music right now"

"Only Uptown Funk, his biggest hit to date, could polish off what was a thrilling masterclass in showmanship from a sensational performer."

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“Friendly Haven!”

Reviewed 15 November 2015 (FergieT20, Brit in Clover)

2015/11/15
What a fabulous hideaway - the staff were amazing, as was the room [ well it was sort of a flat really! ] Gym and pool too........ Nothing was too much trouble from front dest to the girls in the laundry room. Just what you want when youre travelling around and need to catch up. They lent us towels for the beach even - difficult to pack in suitcases when you're travelling with a family. Best place I've stayed in ever tbh

“Great place to stay”

Reviewed 10 August 2015 (Mike P, Melbourne)

2015/08/10
I have now stayed at this motel 4 times this year as part of my travel to Auckland for work. Although this place is quite large and has a conference centre I keep going back as the rooms are quiet and well maintained plus the restaurant serves great food! I would especially recommend the Scotch fillet as it just melts in your mouth. The front desk staff (Brenna and Soraya) are great with nothing being too much of a problem. And Kim in the restaurant provides great service. All in all I would recommend this establishment if you don't need to be in the heart of Auckland as its also close to the Motorway so touring is easy.

“Best accomodation in the area”

Reviewed 12 February 2015 (Kirstin C, Wellington)

2015/02/12
I travel to Auckland to visit family and friends and have finally found somewhere decent to stay. I have stayed there the last 3 visits and it never disappoints. Great value for money compared to other accommodation in the area and definitely much cleaner. My last trip was with my family and we stayed in a 2 bedroom unit which has plenty of room. And yes the pool is small but my teenage children still enjoyed it and had no complaints. Staff as always were friendly and helpful.

“Probably the best place in the Ellerslie area south of Auckland”

Reviewed 14 November 2014 (Andrew N)

2014/11/14
I've stayed in about 4 Motels in the last month around Ellerslie, Great South Road and Newmarket. This motel has the best rooms with good clean rooms, comfortable beds and good service including simple things like real milk, good wifi and a bar and lounge area. Also easy walking distance into Ellerslie and a couple of reasonably good bar/restaurants

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