Hotel Accommodation Wellington in Luxury

The city of Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city, although it is only the second most populated in the country. You’ll find plenty to do when you visit, and even though the city has a population of around 393,400, the hustle and bustle just adds to the excitement of staying in accommodation in Wellington.

Your Wellington accommodation could be part of history

The city of Wellington is the capital of New Zealand, as well as being the second most populated settlement in the whole of New Zealand. The city’s Maori is Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui, meaning ‘the head of Maui’s fish’. This name derives from a great Maori legend of a navigator called Maui who‘fished’ up the North Island.

The English name Wellington is in recognition of Arthur Wellesley who was the first Duke of Wellington and was the victor at the Battle of Waterloo. The city is home to New Zealand’s houses of Parliament, the head offices of all Government Ministries and Departments. It is the main centre of politics for the whole country, which is quite fitting as the city is also the capital.

The city of Wellington is often known to New Zealanders as “Windy Wellington”. This is due to the oceanic climate of the city and the weather that blows through the Cook Strait. If you will be staying in Wellington accommodation, you should be ready to experience windy weather when you are staying here.

Things to do near your Wellington accommodation

When you’re staying in Wellington accommodation, you’ll find all kinds of things to do. Whether you’re visiting with your family or for a romantic getaway, Wellington has some great attractions for all.

Wellington has some of New Zealand’s best city restaurants. There’s a reason why Wellington has won Cuisine Magazine’s Supreme Restaurant of the Year award for three years running, so in the evenings, why not head into the city centre to see just why the city has such a great food reputation. By day, you can take a tour of Wellington by foot, van, scooter or even helicopter.

In the daytimes, you can do plenty of things to take in the sights that Wellington has to offer. You can go for a walk at the native bush or along the golden sand beach. You can even enjoy the beauty of the harbour by going kayaking.

At the Makara Peak, you can take a four-wheel drive or choose quad biking or mountain bike along the dirt trails for an exciting afternoon.


Looking for a hotel or accommodation in Wellington?

Wellington has many different kinds of Wellington accommodation to choose from when you visit the city. When you start looking for your accommodation, you may find that the range of choices is quite daunting, so why not let My Accommodation help you to find the perfect accommodation for your visit.

If you’re looking for luxury accommodation, Wellington’s Museum Hotel and City Life Wellington are great choices, although there are many more besides, including some of the best 5 star accommodation Wellington has to offer. There are many other hotels in Wellington to choose from too such as Ibis Wellington, the Travelodge Wellington and the Kingsgate Hotel Wellington.