Wellington

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InterContinental Wellington
9
7 reviews
A quiet and luxurious offering in New Zealand’s capital. — Gayot
QT Wellington
8
7 reviews
With the hotel's eccentric art collection and prime waterfront location... make it a consistently popular choice. — Frommer's
Ohtel Wellington
8
5 reviews
Ohtel is a 10-room boutique hotel on the waterfront in New Zealand’s lively capital, Wellington — The Telegraph
Bolton Hotel
8
3 reviews
Slick and well serviced, the lofty Bolton deserves its five stars. Room options are varied but... most are spacious with full kitchen facilities and some enjoy park or city views. — Lonely Planet
YHA Wellington
7
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
James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor
7
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
Booklovers Bed and Breakfast
7
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
CityLife Wellington
7
4 reviews
Modern hotel in the heart of the commercial district, close to shops, restaurants, cafés and the Beehive, and a short walk from other attractions. — DK Eyewitness
Edgewater Lodge
7
2 reviews
True to its name, the Edgewater is a big modern house set just across the road from a little beach — Lonely Planet
Victoria Court Motor Lodge
7
2 reviews
Our top motel choice in the city centre, with plenty of parking. The affable owners offer modern, spacious studios and apartments... Two disabled-access units; larger units sleep six. — Lonely Planet
U Boutique Hotel Wellington
7
1 review
This terrific new chocolate-coloured backstreet boutique hotel has 13 rooms over three floors, all with different configurations. — Lonely Planet
Gardens Homestay
7
1 review
The large two-bedroom, upstairs suite (with one smallish bathroom) is ideal for two couples or family members traveling together. — Frommer's
Wellington City Cottages
7
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
The Dwellington
7
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
Novotel Wellington Hotel
7
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
7
1 review
Veritably verdant park 35km northeast of Wellington (a 35-minute drive), just off SH2, set in parkland by the trout-filled Hutt River. — Lonely Planet
Trek Global Backpackers
7
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
Travelodge Hotel Wellington
7
1 review
The zillion-dollar refit is as charmless as a blancmange, but you can’t argue with the location and price — Lonely Planet
Nomads Capital Hostel Wellington
7
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
Gilmer Apartment Hotel
7
1 review
There's a hip, artsy vibe to this 62-unit inner-city apartment hotel — Lonely Planet
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