I can't recommend this place high enough. The staff were great - Rachael in particular who was an incredible help via email around advising my options on getting from the airport to the hostel as well as getting from the hostel to a local hire car company in the other side of town. Also one small thing she did demonstrated she is VERY switched on as well as customer focused.
My only very minor complaint was a small noise during the night emanating from a fire detection panel on the wall.
Love the self-serve morning pancakes on offer
Traveller from Sydney
In central Wellington’s bohemian quarter, this hotel is 600 metres from Courteney Place and one km from Queens Wharf.Nomads …More
We were only in Wellington for the weekend but the room was nice and cosy. Within walking distance to the Te Papa Museum with plenty of shop around. Arriving after midnight we were still able to get into the hotel by security with ease. I would recommend The Setup on Manners to anyone.
This hotel is situated so that you can both walk to town and the water front quite easily. We walked back from the Botanical gardens which wasn't overly strenuous. It is also close to Cuba St where there are many interesting restaurants and music venues.
All staff we encountered were both friendly and helpful
Traveller from Sydney
Grand Mercure Apartments Wellington Central City is located in the heart of the city. It is ideal for business and leisure …More
Awesome location on Willis Street, very friendly and helpful staff. Gave us an early check in without hassle. clean, tidy and comfortable. An awesome Asian eatery right next door with amazing food. would stay again.
The Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, is NZ’s national museum of Art History and Culture. Its bicultural approach to New Zealand’s history sets it apart as an institution of Wellington and the entire country. With interactive and informative displays and exhibitions, Te Papa offers a hands on experience with history.
Take a guided tour, or explore the Museum of New Zealand at your own pace, either way you will be richly rewarded by the fascinated displays of the people and past of the pacific.