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InterContinental Wellington - Wellington Hotels

InterContinental Wellington

2 Grey Street, Wellington - Map
"Best hotel in Wellington"
I will always stay at the intercontinental when i come to Wellington for the location, comfort of the bed, cleanliness and fabulous gym and pool..i love staying here every time.
Traveller from Auckland
Boulcott Suites - Wellington Hotels

Boulcott Suites

5 O'Reily Ave, Wellington - Map
Great location, friendly staff. Apartments are very spacious and tastefully decorated.
Traveller from Auckland
Museum Art Hotel Apartments - Wellington Hotels

Museum Art Hotel Apartments

90 Cable Street, Wellington - Map
"Perfect Spot"
We arrived in Wellington for a short 3 day trip to relax. Our days were filled with walking around lovely Wellington taking in the history on the 150 th anniversary of the city becoming New Zealands capital. Wellington is easy to navigate and there are many good eateries to stop at for a rest.
Traveller from Christchurch
Museum Art Hotel - Wellington Hotels

Museum Art Hotel

90 Cable Street, Wellington - Map
"Always a pleasure"
Great staff, location and quality. I've never had an issue any time I've stayed
Traveller from NZ
Museum Hotel Wellington incorporates 165 classically elegant rooms, spacious studios and suites, award winning restaurant and …More
Amora Hotel Wellington - Wellington Hotels

Amora Hotel Wellington

170 Wakefield Street, Wellington - Map
"worth the extra cost of including use of the"
the breakfast in the club lounge was the best I've ever had in a hotel and it was nice to relax in there in the evening before heading out to dinner. nice comfy bed and overall a good experience. this has been my first choice when staying in wellington for over 20 years now
Traveller from Auckland NZ
James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor - Wellington Hotels

James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor

147 The Terrace, Wellington - Map
Good hotel, enjoyed the buffet breakfast in the morning. Hotel decor and bathroom is a bit dated but the room is generally in good order.
A Traveller
Bolton Hotel - Wellington Hotels

Bolton Hotel

Corner of Bolton & Mowbray Streets, Wellington - Map
"Great hotel right near the Beehive"
Helpful staff, comfy room, nice pool. Bit of a walk to Cuba st restaurants where we spent most of our time but easy cab ride.
Traveller from Auckland
The Bolton Hotel opened in 2005 and is a modern and luxurious five star property, ideally situated in the heart of central …More
Rydges Wellington - Wellington Hotels

Rydges Wellington

75 Featherston St, Wellington - Map
"Great location"
Great location to TSB arena and shopping and dining facilities.
Traveller from SI
Holiday Inn Wellington is centrally located, downtown on Featherston Street with a spectacular harbour outlook and close to …More
Copthorne Hotel Wellington, Oriental Bay - Wellington Hotels

Copthorne Hotel Wellington, Oriental Bay

100 Oriental Parade, Wellington - Map
"Beautiful location"
The staff were fantastic. The room was very clean and tidy. We stayed on a Sunday night and the room was very quiet and comfortable. I can't fault this hotel
Traveller from Palmerston North
Distinction Wellington Century City Hotel - Wellington Hotels

Distinction Wellington Century City Hotel

70 Tory Street, Wellington - Map
"Spacious & comfortable"
Lovely hotel, super close to the city. Nice amenities, self parking only $20 per night.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Wellington

    Whatever your passions are, New Zealand’s capital city is a cool place to visit. You’ll find heaps of art and culture (including a thriving film industry), awesome nightlife and cuisine, shopping and cinematic sights. With one of our Wellington central hotels, you’re never too far from the action, so book one now.

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    New Zealand’s second largest city, Wellington became the capital in 1865, kicking Auckland off the top spot. It’s the home of the NZ Parliament House and the Supreme Court, but even if you’re not on trial or running for office, there’s plenty to do here. Start with a visit to Te Papa, NZ’s national museum. Entry is free, with ever-changing exhibitions and a permanent collection including works of art and historical, environmental and Maori artifacts.

    Wellington’s such an artistic city that the art spills out on the streets too. The Bucket Fountain in Cuba Mall is a contraption made of colourful buckets that empty into a fountain below, while Solace in the Wind by Max Patte, on the Wellington waterfront, is a sculpture of a man leaping into the harbour.

    There’s shopping to suit everyone in Wellington. Cuba Mall is the height of Wellington’s bohemian side, with cool local cafes, boutique clothing stores, buskers and graffiti-covered alleyways to the side. The Golden Mile on Lambton Quay has a nice mix of department stores and one-of-a-kind outlets. Wellington’s dining scene has cuisine to please everyone, ranging from classy restaurants in historic buildings to wine bars and many, many cool cafes. Then there’s the nightlife, where you’ll find alternative nightspots, cocktail bars, dance clubs and the rest.

    If you want to check out some of that lovely Wellington scenery, take a cable car ride to spectacular Kelburn Lookout and the Wellington Botanic Gardens, 26 hectares of lush forests and vibrant flower displays. Feel like getting political? Parliament House is open for free tours.

    Sometimes nicknamed ‘Wellywood’, Wellington is New Zealand’s film capital thanks largely to director Peter Jackson, who filmed scenes from the Lord of the Rings trilogy and King Kong there. Take a LOTR movie tour to follow in Frodo Baggins’ footsteps through Rivendell and the Hobbiton Woods. Visit the Weta Cave, the museum and shop of Jackson’s studio, to see props and displays from Weta’s movies. Finally, you can meet the legendary Gollum. My precioooous!

    For a holiday that’s bigger than King Kong, book your Wellington central accommodation and a flight to Wellington with us. But don’t stop at Wellington – check out Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin too! There’s so much to discover in New Zealand.