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   Devereux Boutique Hotel   


Devereux Boutique Hotel


267 Remuera Rd
Remuera
Auckland
New Zealand  2001
Architectural Type:  Restored 1890's villa
Established In:  1995
Renovated In:  1995
Phone:  +64 (0)9-524-5044
Fax:  +64 (0)9-524-5080
Mobile:  +64 (0)25-497-548
Contact:  Peter & Jenni MONY
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Single Occupant Rate Is: $155 - $250
Double Occupant Rate Is: $155 - $250
Additional Occupant Rate Is: $35
Twin Occupant Rate Is: $195 - $250
Accepted Payments: Cash, AMEX, MasterCard, Visa, Travellers Cheques, Diners Club
Deposit Amount Requested: Credit card details
Minimum Stay Is: 1 night
Check In Time Is: 12 Noon
Check Out Time Is: 11 AM
Cancellation Policy: 10% 3 weeks
33% 2 weeks
66% 1 week
100% 24 hours

At last! A lodge that's truly boutique.

This wise old grand lady of Remuera made of solid Kauri and Rimu native hardwoods, quietly beckons the weary traveler.

Whilst maintaining perfect composure with just a hint of a twinkle in her eye, she suggests, "Stay a night, two or three and come into a world within Auckland that's delightfully different".

Not a bed and breakfast homestay nor an impersonal large hotel. Something private, different, special - with character, ambience and a colourful history.

A stunning 1890's historic villa set in a magical garden. Located in chic, stylish Remuera. Just minutes away from a myriad of Auckland's' finest activities, theatres, shopping, galleries, restaurants, parks, cafes, downtown Auckland & the waterfront. We are close to Newmarket & Parnell, bus & train routes.

The Devereux provides you with a quiet, peaceful and a special presence that only a grand old restored villa could have.

Our ten, beautifully decorated rooms, all with a different country theme & unique decor collected from around the world are going to excite and amaze you.

We provide modern facilities - TV, direct dial phones, snack & drinks fridge, room service, internet connections, guests business center along with intimate meeting facilities.

Breakfast is served in the conservatory or alfresco by the fountain.

Master Suites:

Luxuriously spacious double/twin room. King/Super King beds. Extra bed/chaise lounge in some rooms. Luxury en suite bathroom with bath & shower. Some have old-fashioned claw-foot bath and others a spa bath.

Antigua:

The intense colours reflect the busy streets of Antigua... typically filled with carved wooden objects d'art, lots of ornamental angels and baskets of fruit, flowers and vegetables.

Charlotte Devereux's special room! Every item of furniture and decoration was hand picked on her trips to Guatemala. You can just imagine any minute a smiling Guatemalan child popping out of one of the colourful traditional decorations.

Tuscany:

Grand Tuscan style centered around a huge rough brick fireplace and 4-poster wrought iron bedstead.

Tall bay windows with curtains that go on forever reaching to the high grand ceiling. A large historical room characteristic of a Tuscan villa. In the old days, somewhere around the turn of the century, our Tuscany room apparently was used as an intimate private ballroom.

Zambezi:

Africa! Exotic, wild, wide open spaces and 'Dr Livingstone' I presume!

Zebra print cushions and throws. A bamboo four poster bed and canvas hanging wardrobe takes you on a safari to the heart of Africa. You can hear the bush calling and in the distance the sound of the mighty Victoria falls. Laze dreamily in the old-fashioned claw-foot bath sipping a gin and tonic before a splendid evening meal with the colonials.

Executive Suites:

Spacious double/twin/triple room. King/Super King or 2 single beds. Extra bed / couch in some rooms. En suite shower bathroom.

Orient:

"I bought it from a shop owner who surely thought I was going to be a Japanese bride because it took me hours to try on Kimono after Kimono"

The antique opium bed head sets the scene for this gentle and exquisite room. Designer's recollections... "It took weeks for me to search for the perfect fabric that would enhance but not take over the magnificent bead head. The cushions on the couch were made from an old Kimono sash. I bought it from a shop owner who surely thought I was going to be a Japanese bride because it took me hours to try on Kimono after Kimono - what fun! The cupboard was decoupaged with rice paper and Chinese New Year paper". Wander through to the separate balcony sunroom sit down on one of the floor cushions and take tea!

Taj:

Imagine a hot Indian day, a slight breeze in the evening and these soft flowing curtains serenely stroking the heat of the day away...

The largest room in the hotel - reminiscent of the Taj Mahal. An exquisite chaos of colour that somehow oozes serenity. Designers self brief. "Create colour in the room - curtains must be made of silk saris of vivid colours, reaching to the top of the high ceiling". Imagine a hot Indian day, a slight breeze in the evening and these soft flowing curtains serenely stroking the heat of the day away.

Designers self-brief continued. "I chose the largest room in the hotel for the Taj - I wanted it to be of Grandness and Opulence - a true Taj experience".

Rangitoto:

Good grief, was that a sheep I just saw wander past the door?

Our boutique hotel would not be complete without a New Zealand room. A lovely roomy and airy feel complete with a separate balcony sunroom. You can even see Rangitoto island out of one of the windows!

Suites:

Generously sized double room, queen bed, en suite shower bathroom.

Bodrum:

Rich Turkish colours of rusts, blues & ochre.

Enter this Turkish carpet shop and sip apple tea whilst indulging in friendly haggling with the owner over the purchase of a Persian rug. Rich Turkish colours of rusts, blues and ochre. 'I am sure there's something mysterious behind those doors with small dark decorative peeping holes in them'!

Cairo:

An Egyptian head on top of the mantle piece and papyrus prints on the walls are a shrine to this ancient land and people.

Gheza and the pyramid of Cheops beckon you to enter and stay a while. There's history and mystery here amidst the simple cream and gold decor. An Egyptian head on top of the mantle piece and papyrus prints on the walls are a shrine to this ancient land and people.

Provence:

Vive la France!

Serene creams and beige emanate classic French chic with a slightly rustic feel. From the classical chaise lounge to the French doors leading out to a little balcony - this could only be Provence.

South Pacific:

Pacific islands - gently lapping waves, seashells, coral lagoons.

You can hear the waves gently rolling onto the seashore as you lie in bed and slowly fall asleep as tropical fragrances waft through the warm night air. Hand woven baskets, carved wooden boxes and a drift wood table completes your exotic island haven. A pinã colada cocktail is not included but can be arranged!

Your Hosts:

The Devereux Boutique Hotel was lovingly renovated and redecorated to it's former glory by the effervescent Charlotte Devereux, its delightful previous owner.

The Devereux's present custodians are Peter and Jenni Mony and their three daughters, Nicole, Jessica and Melissa. Together with our dedicated team, our vision and mission is clear: "The Devereux will continue to impress and delight visitors to Auckland with value for money accommodation that is memorable, delightfully different and something special".

The Details

Devereux Boutique Hotel

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Web Page:  Yes

 

Languages Spoken:  English

 

Types of Breakfasts:  Continental & Full Cooked

Special Meals Available:  Yes

 

Room Types:  Suites, Luxury Rooms

 

Private Bathrooms:  Yes

Handicap Accessible:  Yes - a few steps to enter

Smoking:  No

Consumption of Alcohol:  Yes

Children:  Yes

Pets:  No

 

Amenities/Features:  BBQ, Satellite TV, TV, Phone, Fireplace, Gazebo, Jacuzzi, Garden, Beverage Tray

 

Nearby Activities:  Bicycling, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Golfing, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Surfing, Sea Kayaking, Water Skiing, Whale/Sea Life Watching, Bird Watching, Wildlife Viewing, Shelling, Spelunking, Hang Gliding, Sky Diving, Parasailing, Sailing, Windsurfing, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Shopping, Sight Seeing, Historical Places, Museums, Botanical Gardens, Farmers Market, Arts & Craft Fairs

 

Suitable For:  Pleasure, Relaxation, Business, Family, Groups, Anniversaries, Honeymoons, Romance, Cultural Experience, Gay/Lesbians

 

Near To:  Beach, Ocean, Rivers, Wine Country, Orchards, Ranches, Mountains, Caves, Hot Springs, Forests, Countryside, Nature & Parks, Waterfalls, Wildlife Sanctuaries

 

Sunsets:  Yes
Sunrises:  Yes
Foliage:  Yes
Open:  All Year

 

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