it was a nice place to stay but our room was by a big car park building and was very loud at all hours of the night and day. very hard to sleep with the noise. also you can hear people in the rooms next to you talking .
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
Value for money this would have to be the best. Our two bedroom unit was very spacious, clean, well equipped with brilliantly fast internet speed. Location was very close to the best of Wellington but in a little off road for a good nights sleep.
The apartment was in a central location so very easy walking to everything, we had a rental car which proved to be a bit of a problem - I would recommend either picking up a car after your stay or returning your car before your stay!!
We stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment, it was tidy and relativity modern a bit small but the location was perfect for us - we would stay here again
Traveller from Mudgee, Australia
Grand Mercure Apartments Wellington Central City is located in the heart of the city. It is ideal for business and leisure …More
Trinty Hotel is very central on Dixon Willis Streets corner. It is very much in need of a face lift and refurb however was clean.
My colleague and I really enjoyed the rooftop bar experience, great views and ambience. The bar staff however could not explain why there was no charge back facility to my room account which is very strange when it is an on site bar and restaurant. Cash only was accepted
Because of this we ate off site and recommend fellow travellers to enjoys the many local cafes within a minutes walk.
The room was very small, only an old low stool to sit on with no other chairs to sit on to have a drink or watch television.
Worth staying here if you are on a budget as the good points are clean and central.
Bad points small, old and noisey.
Traveller from New Zealand
Wellingtons newest hotel in the 3.5 star band/ (November 2004) is centrally located to Wellingtons major commercial/ …More
Hidden in Boulcott street this complex provided us a nice getaway for the night. We were recommended it by overseas friends who found it very convenient for amenities during their stay. They especially appreciated the washing machine dryer in the room. Luckily Wellington doesn't experience much heat especially this past summer as there's no A/C or air circulation. Finally, it's located around many good restaurants.
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