Wellington

28 Oct 2019 - 29 Oct 2019

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Hotels in Wellington

Named the world's most liveable city for the last two years running, Wellington is also a great place to visit. Contained by the Remutaka Range and the Cook Strait, New Zealand's capital is small by global standards and easy to get around, but that doesn't mean it lacks attractions. There's also a strong café culture and fine dining scene, with more bars, cafes and restaurants per capita than New York.

Wellington hotels appeal to all price ranges, from budget hostels and B&Bs to luxury hotels. Compare room rates on Skyscanner to find the cheapest Wellington hotel that satisfies your needs.

Where to stay in Wellington

Wellington CBD

Is it your first time visiting the NZ capital, or do you just want to be close to the sights? A hotel in Wellington CBD will put you close to the shopping and dining areas such as Central Willis Street and the Waterfront, as well as popular attractions like the Botanical Gardens, Town Hall and other government buildings. Many hotels are found along Victoria and Willis Streets, with cheap hotels and hostels along Wakefield Street and higher-end options on Cambridge Terrace.

Te Aro

To see the lively side of Wellington, Te Aro is home to the city's most popular bars and clubs, as well as restaurants that open through the night. Courtenay Place is the centre of Wellington's nightlife, while in the daytime you can visit the famous Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand.

Oriental Bay

If you want to stay by the beach, Oriental Bay is right next to Wellington Harbour on the slope of Mount Victoria, just over 1.5km from Wellington CBD. Spend your days relaxing on the beach and swimming in the water before dining on the waterfront at night. The Carter Fountain and Waitangi Park are popular with families.

What to do in Wellington

Discover hidden Wellington

Leave the tourist trail and the crowds behind to explore some of Wellington's lesser-known bars, cafes, museums and other experiences. See Skyscanner's guide to Wellington's hidden gems and hipster hideouts.

Explore the wine country

As well as being a great place to stay, Wellington is surrounded by vineyards with open cellar doors where you can try the best local wines. Visit the nearby towns of Martinborough and Masterton or head to the Wairarapa wine country, just an hour from the CBD by car or a scenic train ride.

Catch an event

Big events arrive in Wellington all through the year. Whether you're drawn to horse racing, live music, comedy, literature or other interests, book your Wellington hotel ahead of time to avoid disappointment at busy times.

Find your cheap hotels in Wellington on Skyscanner today - use the search panel above to search for the cheapest hotel deals and specials.

Please note: all information is correct as of March 2019.

Top rated hotels in Wellington

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What are travellers saying about Wellington?

9.8
Backpackers
9.8
Hipsters
8.5
Art & Design Lovers
7.2
Foodies
6.5
History Buffs
Member reviews (67)
Dennis farr
Dennis farr
18/01/2016

Windy.... windy... and guess what windy. That is what makes it so great. Once you laugh at yourself you can enjoy all that this town can offer.

tcoll
tcollCardiff
30/03/2015

Wellington has been my favourite city in New Zealand by far. I thought of it like a mini Melbourne, with a cool, eclectic vibe that doesn't try to hard. It has all the hallmarks of a great city - active and vibrant walkways

Becky Bates
Becky BatesSan Diego
28/10/2014

Funky, eclectic, and just plain cool. Wellington has a Bohemian vibe that jives with it's beachside ambience, making it seem like the offspring of San Francisco and San Diego. Definitely worthy of the Coolest Little Capital in the World title.

Nicole LaBarge
Nicole LaBargeWellington
12/09/2014

Had the winner of the Burger Wellington competition today at Charley Nobles. Yum!

FAQs

The least expensive month is January, with an average of $159 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Wellington is February, with an average price of $193 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was $175 per night. This is 1% less than the average nightly price of $178 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Wellington, the expected average temperature in October is 12.3°C/54.1°F. The warmest month is typically February, which averages 18.6°C/65.5°F. The coolest month is July, with temperatures averaging 7.7°C/45.9°F.
The nearest airport to Wellington is Wellington (WLG) (4.66km). Other nearby airports include: Paraparaumu (46.34km) Picton (62.44km)

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