Wellington

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7 reviews
Situated in the central business district, with all the conveniences and amenities you would expect of a large international hotel. — DK Eyewitness
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7 reviews
One of the few boutique hotels in Wellington, NZ, the QT Museum Art Hotel has a funky vibe similar to that of an eccentric art collector's home. — Afar Magazine
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5 reviews
We love its primo location, its striking individuality, and its total commitment to sustainability. I. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
An easy stroll from the railway station and botanical gardens, this property targets corporate guests, independent travelers and just about everyone in between — Star Service
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3 reviews
One of the best urban hostels in the country, right in the heart of the city with great harbour views from some of the upper floor rooms. — Rough Guide
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3 reviews
In the heart of New Zealand’s handsome capital, the James Cook is set against the green hills that surround the city. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
This gracious, book-filled B&B run by award-winning author Jane Tolerton has four guest rooms with TV, CDs and CD/DVD player. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
This all-suites hotel is smack-dab in the middle of the city—and if you can snag a suite at a weekend or special summer rate, you've got one of the best-value lodgings in town. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
True to its name, the Edgewater is a big modern house set just across the road from a little beach — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
This tidy, convenient complex...is just a hop, skip, and jump from central shopping and restaurants. What’s more, the 25 units have much to offer in terms of value and comfort. — Frommer's
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1 review
This terrific new chocolate-coloured backstreet boutique hotel has 13 rooms over three floors, all with different configurations. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
The large two-bedroom, upstairs suite (with one smallish bathroom) is ideal for two couples or family members traveling together. — Frommer's
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1 review
These two tiny 1880 cottages sit amongst a precious precinct of historic Cuba St buildings. Clever conversion has transformed them into all-mod-con, self-contained one-bedroom pads. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Just a couple of years old, the Dwellington is a terrific conversion job: two conjoined heritage houses have been reinvented as a mod backpackers. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
It’s an excellent, moderately priced option where new, spic-and-span rooms, with contemporary furnishings, are complemented by very good amenities. — Frommer's
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1 review
Multistorey, colour-coded accommodation wings are a little bit rabbit-warren, but what counts is that it's relatively quiet, the rooms are fresh, the service is good, and there are laudable extras. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
The zillion-dollar refit is as charmless as a blancmange, but you can’t argue with the location and price — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Smack-bang in the middle of town, Nomads has good security, spick-and-span rooms, an on-site cafe-bar (free modest nightly meals) and discounts for longer stays. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
There's a hip, artsy vibe to this 62-unit inner-city apartment hotel — Lonely Planet
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1 review
A short (steep!) walk uphill from the city centre. Free internet and linen, and a couple of tent sites on the tiny lawn out front. — Lonely Planet
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