On the budget-priced end, you can stay at the 3-star Silveroaks Hotel On Thorndon with room rates from 64US$. Gourmet Stay is another good budget hotel, which is just a 10-minute walk to the center of Wellington and within close proximity of Prefab Eatery restaurant. Lodge In The City provides budget accommodation and is situated on the edge of Mt Victoria Lookout.
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Visitors to Wellington can stay at Grand Mercure Wellington for some retail therapy, as the hotel is set next to boutiques and shops as well as Ivy. To experience the impressive scenery in Wellington, choose a hotel near Beehive Parliament Building, such as The Thorndon Hotel Wellington By Rydges, which is less than a 5-minute walk away and close to parks, gardens and a botanical garden.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Wellington
For an upscale stay in Wellington, book Copthorne Hotel Wellington Oriental Bay, a top-rated hotel that features an indoor swimming pool, a patio and boating overlooking the terrace. For a romantic stay in a boutique hotel in Wellington, pick Comfort Wellington in Cuba Street district. If these hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Rydges Wellington Airport or Qt Wellington Apartments to benefit from reliable service and be close to Lychgate Mall.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with a family to Wellington, you may wish to find apartments near Beehive Parliament Building, then book Quest Wellington or Quest On Lambton. U Suites On Manners is a casual B&B choice, situated a 5-minute walk from the center and close to Lady Norwood Rose Garden. There are around 11 good options for business travelers to Wellington, Quest On Willis or 747 Motel Wellington are just a few. Make sure to choose Quest On The Terrace near Hashigo Zake - a top-rated resort with views of the garden.
City Guide: Discover the best of Wellington
Say ‘Windy Wellington’
The name is bestowed on the New Zealand capital due to the lashing winds whistling through the high-rises in the central business district and beautiful waterfront area. But don’t let the reputation put you off, Wellington is packed with attractions, shops, upscale restaurants and striking outdoors in Wellington.
Despite the weather, Wellington can be very comfortable with Booked.net. From cheap hotels in Wellington to luxury offers all are available at Booked.net. Check them out with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
Wellington reflects the pride and beauty of New Zealand. The second largest city in the country, it plays vital role for culture and arts, commerce and politics in New Zealand. Government is based in Wellington, where the main diplomatic decisions are made in its Parliament building, and the mainstays of New Zealand’s film industry are also based in the city. For instance, the movie trilogy Lord of the Rings brought a lion’s share of tourist interest to the city.
In addition, its impressive harbor setting entices visitors with unforgettable views, while ferries dominate the city’s waterfront. This is a city to sunbathe at the best swimming beaches, enjoy excellent surfing and sailing and end the day with the quintessentially Wellington experience - the Te Papa Museum – a landmark in the city.
Other attractions include;
Museum of Wellington City & Sea, a museum of the history of Wellington
Frank Kitts Park, a great place to have fun with walls to climb, inline skates
Brooklyn Windmill, a place to get an excellent view of the city
Old St Paul's, the Anglican center for decades
Matiu/Somes Island, an island with its share of history
The harbor around Wellington has attracted visitors since ancient times. Famous explorer Kupe came to the area in 950AD, while the ship of the British explorer Captain Cook docked at the shores of the city in 1773. Even though the first pioneers of the land, the Maori, named it `Whanganui-a-Tara’, the final adopted name was Wellington to honor the Duke of Wellington. Since then the city has become a draw for Europeans to relocate, especially once governmental credentials moved from Auckland to Wellington in 1865.
This tendency placed Wellington at the 12th position among the most livable cities in the world in 2009. People fancy Wellington for its mix of architectural styles, cultural flavor and social significance. Today Wellington is easier to visit with Booked.net.