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Absolutely wonderful service. The rooms are clean and quiet. A fridge and TV in the room. Beautiful peaceful garden that you can relax in. Can take a walk across the road to the Domain and feed the ducks or visit the museum.
We stayed here while our family member was receiving treatment at the hospital. The lodge is a sanctuary for patients and loved ones. It is safe, warm, friendly and welcoming. The rooms are of a high standard and the cleanliness is impeccable. 5 stars!
Great location with easy parking. Spotless rooms which are very comfortable and well appointed. Free, fast, WIFI. Big, airy and warm communal rooms with excellent cooking facilities and wonderful outside spaces to enjoy. And the best part is that all proceeds go to the Cancer...More
Good catering facilities, comfortable room, quiet, good location (?20 mins walk from the harbour front), milk provided. And it is good to know that being there helped support cancer sufferers and their families.
Stayed for one night while attending meeting at Auckland hospital. Rooms were adequate and clean. Very comfortable bed. Excellent location for my purpose and plenty of food outlets within walking distance. Good to be able to support its owners, the Cancer Foundation.
Response from beulo595 | Property representative |
If you have a cancer diagnosis, you may be eligible for free accommodation at Domain Lodge for the duration your treatment. Give Cancer Society a call on 0800 CANCER (0800 226 237), Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm... More
If you have a cancer diagnosis, you may be eligible for free accommodation at Domain Lodge for the duration your treatment. Give Cancer Society a call on 0800 CANCER (0800 226 237), Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm. The 0800 helpline is staffed by oncology nurses, so they can also help by answering any questions you have about your diagnosis/treatment, as well as referring you to the many free services Cancer Society offers to people affected by cancer and their families.
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"'Walk in shower rooms' are the disabled rooms - very well appointed."