Train station + Reduced mobility

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Hello all, I'm going in this hotel for 2 nights, can I go walk to the train station ? Isn't too far ? Is The hotel accessible to people with reduced mobility ? Thanks a lot ! Have a great weekend
plai54154265The at
this is a great hotel it appears suitable for guests with reduced mobility however there is no rail link from the airport. Suggest you book a specialised taxi if you have reduced mobility
glen26642235The at
It is very accessible for disability but I don’t think there is a train station in walking distance.
webs55652331The at
There are buses into Auckland and other areas. Great mobility at the hotel
bmla33611466The at
Sorry, I have not been to the hotel by train...just from a flight and then to link up with flight the next day.
pdbk16323235The at
The hotel is located at the airport and is only a few minutes walk from the arrivals gate. Unfortunately there are no trains at the airport. The closest station would be approximately 7km away.. however there are plenty of shuttles and buses if you wish to go somewhere.. The hotel staff should be able to help you with that.
step21446411The at
There is no train station at Auckland airport but the hotel is ok for the less mobile
gbur24244522The at
Access. R For reduced mobility is fine with a ramp to the hotel. Fromt door. The hotel is accross the road from the airport and only 1 minutes walk. I am not aware of any train access to Auckland. But buses and taxis very easy at airport entrance.
cjon33565112The at
No there is no trian station nearby so you either have to use taxi, Uber, or buses. Yes the Hotel can be accessed by people with reduced mobility.
seve53643454The at
There is no train station in auckland airport. U can use skybus to go to city. The bus stop is right in front of the arrival gate The hotel is great for reduced mobility. And the location just across the airport
jane15625355The at
Hi there is no train station at Auckland airport but there is a bus into the city. It is right at the Airport and would be fine for reduced mobility.