Accommodation
Wide view of bar in Atura Hotel, with seating around the bar.

Stay near the stadium

The lobby of Atura Hotel, with tables and a colourfully patterned carpet.
A room at the Rydges Hotel located at 75 Featherston Street, Pipitea, Wellington, with a king-sized bed, grey carpet, beige walls and a large window with a view of the harbour.
Bolton Hotel Residence Suite with a bed in the foreground and down the hallway, a dining table.
Inside Sofitel's hotel bar in Wellington, there are two olive green armchairs and a small black coffee table adorned with two magazines. The room also features decorative floating shelves, a diagonal black beam, and a bar equipped with six stools.
A room in Quest On Johnston with 2 single beds and a kitchenette.
A room at the Ibis Wellington. It has two queen beds with perfectly smooth white bedding each with two orange pillows. A desk and chair sit against the window and a full-length mirror off to the side reflects the room.
The Doubletreee by Hilton lobby, with grand marble staircases and gold finisings.
The Executive King Room inside Novotel Wellington overlooking the harbour.
The lobby of Atura Hotel, with tables and a colourfully patterned carpet.

Atura Wellington

24 Hawkestone Street, Thorndon, Wellington

The Atura is in Wellington’s oldest heritage suburb, Thorndon. With the houses of parliament, courts, and office blocks at its doorstep, it is in the thick of the capital’s business district. Walk around the heritage suburb and enjoy its late 19th-century colonial architecture. As one of the nearest hotels to Sky Stadium and a five-minute walk to Lambton Quay’s bustling shops, this hotel covers multiple bases for businesspeople or fun-seeking visitors. This three-and-a-half-star hotel also offers a well-equipped conference centre and an in-house brasserie-style restaurant, Frankies.

Atura Wellington
A room at the Rydges Hotel located at 75 Featherston Street, Pipitea, Wellington, with a king-sized bed, grey carpet, beige walls and a large window with a view of the harbour.

Rydges Wellington

75 Featherston Street, Pipitea, Wellington

At 280 rooms Rydges Wellington is the largest hotel in the region. It has a commanding presence on Featherston Street at the north end of the central business district and is close to parliament, offices, Sky Stadium, and Lambton Quay shops. Amenities are excellent with an extensive leisure centre sporting a large pool, sauna, and gym with state-of-the-art exercise equipment. All rooms are beautifully decorated and boast 55-inch Smart TVs, complete with casting capabilities. With a unique combination of harbour and city views Rydges Wellington is a stylish way to stay in Wellington.

Rydges Wellington
Bolton Hotel Residence Suite with a bed in the foreground and down the hallway, a dining table.

Bolton Hotel

12 Bolton Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Just a few steps from parliament and the central business district, the Bolton Hotel is perfectly situated for business, shopping, and leisure alike. This independently owned five-star hotel provides top-quality facilities and services including a fitness centre, lap pool, spa, sauna, and valet parking. Its 137 rooms range in size from elegant studios up to a palatial 170 square metre suite. You will be in the lap of luxury in whichever room you choose. The on-site restaurant Artisan on the first floor provides excellent food, and there is a conference centre comprising three rooms that can cater for small to medium events.

Bolton Hotel
Inside Sofitel's hotel bar in Wellington, there are two olive green armchairs and a small black coffee table adorned with two magazines. The room also features decorative floating shelves, a diagonal black beam, and a bar equipped with six stools.

Sofitel Wellington

11 Bolton Street, Wellington

The Wellington Botanic Gardens are two blocks away and when you enter Sofitel it feels like the gardens followed you in. Decorated to bring the outside indoors this hotel balances French style with flora and fauna themes. Walking through the 129-room hotel it is easy to see how it has earned five stars. Bathrooms have rainfall showers, superior rooms have personal espresso machines, and staff go the extra mile to make your stay just right.

Whether it’s enjoying The Green Room bar or having dinner downstairs at Jardin Grill, Sofitel consistently delivers a high-quality experience for its guests.

Sofitel Wellington
A room in Quest On Johnston with 2 single beds and a kitchenette.

Quest on Johnston

35 Johnston Street, Wellington

Designed for your comfort, the four-and-a-half-star-rated Quest on Johnston is the perfect solution for short and long stays in Wellington. From studios to three-bedroom apartments, all room options are well-appointed. Apartments come with fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities so if you’re on the road for a while you’ll be sorted.

Being in the midst of the central business district and the glorious Wellington waterfront two blocks away Quest is ideally positioned. Business travellers, those on a shopping mission or the classic tourist will find all amenities conveniently close.

Quest on Johnston
A room at the Ibis Wellington. It has two queen beds with perfectly smooth white bedding each with two orange pillows. A desk and chair sit against the window and a full-length mirror off to the side reflects the room.

Ibis Wellington

153 Featherston Street, Wellington

There is plenty of choice in this large central city hotel. At three-and-a-half stars the 200 rooms on offer suit most pockets and provide well-appointed contemporary-style living.

Dedicated to environmental sustainability, this green-conscious hotel doesn’t just talk the talk — it uses local produce where possible, recycles and despite its inner-city location, keeps rooftop beehives. It’s likely you’ll be served honey harvested from the roof when you visit Vivant, the hotel’s excellent on-site restaurant. Ibis also has a strong commitment to being accessible for all with wide doors and step-free entrances for wheelchairs. Positioned between the waterfront and Lambton Quay, you’re never too far from the festivities and events around the city.

Ibis Wellington
The Doubletreee by Hilton lobby, with grand marble staircases and gold finisings.

DoubleTree by Hilton Wellington

28 Grey Street, Wellington

A beautifully restored historic 1928 building provides the setting for DoubleTree by Hilton. The scene is set when you walk into their beautifully refurbished Art Deco-inspired lobby — the Chicago-style architectural elements like marble, copper and wood continue throughout.

Whether you choose a guest room, a spacious superior room, or a luxe suite, all feature original high ceilings and are beautifully equipped with all the modern amenities of a world-class hotel. This stylish hotel also plays host to award-winning restaurant Spring Kitchen, it’s definitely worth booking in a meal. DoubleTree has immense pride in who they are, delivering outstanding service every time.

DoubleTree by Hilton
The Executive King Room inside Novotel Wellington overlooking the harbour.

Novotel Wellington

133 The Terrace, Wellington

Novotel Wellington’s spacious rooms have a slick contemporary feel and a great level of comfort that suits all types of travellers. Family is important to Novotel, so like all of their hotels around the world, two under-16-year-olds sharing a room with parents are free and get a complimentary breakfast. There are also entertainment options and play areas in the lobby and a special gift for young children upon arrival.

Novotel Wellington offers complimentary car parking for hybrid vehicles and valet parking for guests. Wellington is an incredibly walkable city, so chances are you won’t need your car during your visit, and if walking isn’t enough exercise, you can keep on top of your workout regime in the hotel’s gym.

Novotel Wellington