Quality Suites Alexander Inn
21 Alpers Avenue
Phone: (64) 9 2812788
Fax: (64) 9 5245718
21 Alpers Avenue, Auckland, NZ, 1023
- Phone: (64) 9 2812788
- Fax: (64) 9 5245718
The Two Double Seven mall carries on the stylish theme of the shopping outside on Broadway, Newmarket. Fashion clothing and shoes for men and women is the specialty with other stores catering for home wares, jewelery, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, food, books and gifts. The food hall offers a good range for a coffee break or lunch. There is also a large Woolworth's supermarket on site. The parking building offers two hours free parking with a shopping receipt from 277.
This is one pleasant smelling store! It is packed full of beautiful gifts for the home. They have furnishings, decorations, candles, teddy bears, ceramics, dinner sets and more. Anyone would be pleased to receive a gift from Living and Giving. Many items are suitable for men, who can be hard to buy for. And the smell? Go and find out for yourself.
The superb furniture from Rose and Heather is created from ancient kauri timber found buried in New Zealand swamps, and radiocarbon dated at up to 43,000 years old. The kauri timber has remained in remarkable condition and when polished shines with a beautiful golden glow. The hallmark of Rose and Heather furniture is the blend of ancient wood and classic lines, quality design to international standards, and excellent craftsmanship in cabinet making.
This gift shop specializes in quality products made by New Zealand craftspeople. They have a wide range of products, including babywear, children's wear, NZ icons such as the Buzzy Bee, NZ-made soft toys, NZ-made leather flying and driving vintage helmets, and theme products. A popular gift are the cute soft toys of New Zealand endangered native birds including Kiwi, Kakapo, Tui and black robin. Prices include Government sales tax. The shop posts tax free overseas.
The specialty of the house is denim wear, from jeans and jackets to peak caps. The gear is a modern spin on timeless styling. Brands in store include Levi, Lee, Mooks, Calvin Klein, Doosh and Dickies. They do clothing for kids and accessories including underwear, belts, bags and shoes. A novel twist on the shopping experience, -there are internet terminals in store, so you can surf the new and check your email while browsing the racks.
All of the top sports clothing and footwear brands are represented here, including Adidas, Nike, Converse, Fila, Reebok and Asics. The shop assistants know about their products and can give advice about the best shoes for a particular sport, for example. There are often tables of specials or old stock, so go along for a bargain.
This store stocks high quality appliances, large and small, as well as lots of computer hardware and software. There are good selections of refrigerators, washing machines, stereo systems, televisions, videos, DVD players, telephones, vacuum cleaners, smaller kitchen appliances, gaming consoles and games. The staff is knowledgeable and always willing to assist with any queries or purchases. Hire purchase is available, subject to conditions.
With reportedly the largest range of new and used photographic equipment in the country, this Parnell-based company should have what you need. It is frequented by many of Auckland's leading professionals, as well as interested amateurs. The shop stocks cameras and lenses, enlargers, bags, tripods, lighting equipment, filters, vests, film and paper. In the second-hand department, there is often some treasure to be found. The staff are friendly, helpful and, most importantly, fully conversant with and experienced in the photographic industry.
Stocking all the popular brands of toys and games, just watch the children's eyes light up when they see what is on offer, then try and get them to leave! Toyworld caters for all age groups from newborn to young teens. Located on lively Broadway, one of the most popular shopping centres in Auckland, parking is available close by.
This small, friendly store is a treasure trove of Victorian fabrics, clothing, and memorabilia. With genuine curtains and cushions, lace and accessories, your villa could be refurbished to its original style. Take your time to sift through shelves of delicate prints, rummage through the racks of period clothing and don't forget to search deep into the corners for hidden treasures. Most stock is sourced and imported from England and the staff is able to assist with special requirements. It is located approximately 10 minutes from downtown Auckland.
This store caters to people interested in collectible odds and ends, rather than 'fine antiques'. They have mainly Twentieth Century items—be it typewriters, camera equipment, posters, a plane propeller, a selection of books, an old spotlight, even a huge lightbulb or an equally large 'piano screwdriver'. There are a lot of naval and wartime antiquities. It is the type of shop to spend a bit of time in, just reminiscing and is located approximately 10 minutes from downtown Auckland.
Corso de'Fiori offer a large range of superb imported tableware from Corso de'Fiori in Italy, in their attractive shop situated on the ground floor of the elegant and historic former Blind Institute Building. Other goods they offer for the quality conscious and well designed home include a varied range of furniture, Chinese antiques, Mexican glassware, artwork, reproduction antique tables and cabinets, and a modern kitset modular furniture range from Citta in Denmark. The shop overlooks the courtyard behind the building and has a very pleasant ambiance, with other design shops and a restaurant nearby.