Bed was great, shower pressure was amazing. Room had very little sound proofing so could hear noise outside and in corridor.
Quaintness and location. Rooms small but perfectly fine, close to shops and restaurants
Was extremely happy with the service. My friend and I couldn’t find the parking space but a girl called wei wei (I think) went out of her way to help us. She was so lovely
Most comfortable bed in any hotel we have stayed in. Only down side is us oldies struggle getting in and out of the shower over bath. Time to replace with proper showers.
Of the many travellers who are drawn to Botanic Gardens every year, few leave disappointed.
You'll be able to view it in Wellington, the national capital.
Getting from your hotel to Botanic Gardens won't be a hassle if you stay nearby, and you aren't short on options. 65 sit within 3 kilometres. The Ohtel (2 kilometres), the Boulcott Suites (0.9 kilometres) and the InterContinental Wellington (0.9 kilometres) are all excellent choices.
Would you rather spend your dosh on adventuring and souvenirs? You will come across a couple of economical hotels and apartments nearby. Select from the Cambridge Hotel and the Base Wellington - Hostel, 2 kilometres and 2 kilometres away, respectively.
That said, you could always splurge on one of the few upscale hotels in the surrounding area. Try the QT Museum Wellington Apartments, 2 kilometres away. The Bolton Hotel, 0.8 kilometres away, is also a suggested spot.
Before you go to Botanic Gardens, build up your energy with a tea or coffee at Pravda Cafe. When you need to grab a feed, stop by Travelodge Hotel Wellington. And lastly, head to Boulcott Street Bistro Restaurant for a round of beers.
Step on the train for a relaxing trip to Botanic Gardens. You'll need to disembark at Wellington Railway Station, the closest station, and from there it's only a kilometre.
Hotels in Botanic Gardens start at AU$141 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.