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James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$129

James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor

147 The Terrace, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Ideal CBD location"
Very helpful staff, clean fresh room, seamless check-in and out. Thoroughly recommend : )
Deb from Tauranga
Travelodge Wellington - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$109

Travelodge Wellington

2-6 Gilmer Terrace, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Great location, friendly staff"
Great location, managed to get a room with a fab view. The staff are friendly, helpful, and nothing is a problem. I have stayed at Traveloge often, and it is consistently good, albeit with basic facilities.
Meredith from Auckland
Novotel Wellington - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Novotel Wellington

133-137 The Terrace, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Great Location"
We spent one night here, to attend the Wearable Arts Show. There is a lift in the hotel which takes you down to Lambton Quay, which is so convenient for shopping in the city, and it was only a 5 minute walk to the TSB Arena. We had a room on the second floor with two double beds, as our daughter came with us. The room was spacious and recently refurbished, also the bathroom was modern with good quality fittings & practical layout. On the day we left, we were able to store our bags at the hotel until the afternoon & the person at reception was happy to call a cab for us. Unfortunately, some taxi companies charge more than others, so make sure you request a Green Cab, which have a flat rate.
H from Auckland
Quest on Johnston - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Quest on Johnston

35 Johnston Street, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Good place to stay"
It was a short walk to the Convention centre as advertised. Good directions and a map given to me on arrival.
June from Auckland
Quest on Johnston is a purpose built 18 storey serviced apartment complex operating as a Quest serviced apartment franchise …More
CityLife Wellington - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$169

CityLife Wellington

300 Lambton Quay, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Nice spacious apartment."
Staff were generally quite nice. Sleep was disrupted by an over jarring fire alarm that went off in the middle of the night. Some guests probably smoked in the room!!!
A Traveller
The Dwellington - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Dwellington

8 Halswell Street, Wellington - Map
 
 
ibis Wellington - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

ibis Wellington

153 Featherston St, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Great location. Close to everything."
Comfortable and clean. Staff nice. Responded to my email quickly regarding car park.
Alex from auckland
Close to the station and the airport, and located in the heart of Wellington, the Ibis Wellington Hotel offers outstanding …More
InterContinental Wellington - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

InterContinental Wellington

2 Grey Street, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Great location, close to the water and restaurants"
We were upgraded due to some building work, so we ended up on the 7th floor which was great!
A Traveller
Rydges Wellington - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rydges Wellington

75 Featherston St, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Comfortable hotel close to habour"
We needed a stopover before traveling to the south island, this hotel was 3 minutes from the train station (how we arrived) and also from the ferry terminal (how we left) so couldn't be a better location for us. Also near to bars and restaurants. The rooms were clean and comfortable and had an added bonus of a kitchen area which would have been useful if we were staying longer. The mini bar was ridiculously expensive, but you don't have to us it! Staff were welcoming.
Leanne from Oxford, UK
Holiday Inn Wellington is centrally located, downtown on Featherston Street with a spectacular harbour outlook and close to …More
Quest Atrium Serviced Apartments - Wellington Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Quest Atrium Serviced Apartments

154 The Terrace, Wellington - Map
 
 
"Great location close to shops, malls and eatery."
Wonderful staff great experience awesome cleaning team. Overall enjoyed every experience.
young couple from P

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    Where to stay in Wellington?

    There aren't many capital cities that can claim as dramatic a setting as Wellington's. Strung along one side of the circular grandstand of Wellington Harbour, it is flanked by the magnificence of the Makra hills to the west. To the south – out of the wind-lashed Cook Strait – the snow-capped mountains of South Island often rear their heads. It's no wonder that a certain Peter Jackson chose this city as a base for his ground-breaking film adaptations of the Tolkien classics.

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    But Wellington has a lot more going for it than just views. This much-loved capital can boast a host of cultural attractions, from performing arts and classical orchestras, to modern art galleries and a world-class museum. And because its geography didn't give it room to spread, Wellington is nicely packaged into a compact little city. That puts everything within striking range of its many hotels, whether harbour-fronted or clinging to the hill-side. Let's check out the top hotel districts.

    The Central Business District (CBD) here has a wonderfully restrained feel about it, with few sky-scraping towers, leaving the skyline to the hills. It is split into several small districts, each having something different to offer those seeking accommodation. Lambton sits closest to the business end of Wellington – the government buildings of Thorndon – and has a good choice of business and high-end hotels.

    Willis, just east of Lambton, is ground zero for the top-end of the hotel market. Elegance and luxury are the watchwords here, even if high-rise isn't. But even the more middling of hotels are well-presented, with excellent service. You don't have to go far, either, to find lodgings more suitable for a constrained budget. Most parts of town, away from the main thoroughfares, have 'cottages' and 'lodges' that offer decent accommodation at reasonable prices.

    The Cuba district is different again. It was once known as something of a seedy red-light district, but no more. Now it is home to Wellington's alternative scene, a place where street art, boutique fashion and cute coffee-houses are the order of the day. The hotels here are similarly small-scale, friendly and often with an imaginative twist to the conventions of CBD hotels.

    Despite all the charms and facilities of the inner city, many visitors to Wellington cast an envious eye on the surrounding hills. And you can indeed find a number of accommodation options on the fringes of town. These are a diverse bunch: small converted cottages, lodge-style hotels, or even rural apartments. One thing they generally share is a spectacular view back down onto Wellington proper.

    Finally, if you're looking for a more adventurous holiday experience, while still staying within touching distance of Wellington, try Lower Hutt. This suburb sits a few kilometres away, on the other side of the Harbour, nestled into the valley next to the Belmont Regional Park. Most hotels here are rather simple affairs, short of the big city luxuries. But from here you can fish, stroll, cycle and climb to your heart's content – drinking in the fresh air – knowing that Wellington is there for you, as and when you fancy a trip into the world's 'coolest capital'.

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