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The InterContinental Wellington, is located in the world’s most southern capital and in close proximity to all the popular attractions, making this the perfect location for a day stay. It’s also nearby the Wellington International Airport, making it a premier transit hotel too. Resplendent in cool elegance – this intraday stay hotel was recently remodeled and all the furnishings echo with chic modernity. But form follows function in this day use hotel, for business travelers there are a plethora of services to make working on the road a breeze: 24 hour staffed business center, fax, copying services, printing services, courier services, computer access and secretarial services are all available on the premises. For folks traveling with children, everything from an on-call doctor, baby sitting services, nannies for hire and the availability of extra storage space has every need covered. The beautiful indoor pool surrounded by large windows features chaise lounges and tables and chairs, makes this hotel by the day also a great place to relax.
Many of the city’s main attractions are nearby and there’s so much to see and do. From taking a stroll around the waterfront to Oriental Bay to marveling at the sweeping vistas from atop Mount Victoria, there’s something for everyone in this seaside enclave. Shopping, dining and taking in the local culture are just a stone’s throw from this daycation hotel.
Te Papa – The national museum of New Zealand offers fun for all ages with interactive and innovative exhibits. This cultural iconic institute tells the history of New Zealand’s incredible biology, geology, and social evolution in unique and exciting ways. And the general admission is free, making it a must-see during any daycay.
Museum of Wellington City & Sea – Adjacent to Queens Wharf, the former bond store offers a glimpse into the area’s rich maritime past. Displays depicting early Maori and European settlements are featured alongside the city’s seafaring history. You don’t have to be a history buff to enjoy this unforgettable attraction.
Zealandia – Formerly known as the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary, this unique destination features the flora and fauna of a very distinct and one-of-a-kind vicinity. Did you know that up until 800 years ago, the isolated island was nearly free of mammals? The sanctuary boasts over forty species of native birds with over half of them not found in any other country. Dozens of different reptiles and hundreds of plant species round out the their collection of rare inhabitants. This is a once in a lifetime experience as many of the birds, reptiles and plants are on the brink of extinction in the wild.
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Foreign currency exchange – Don’t miss one minute of the Wellington action by searching for a currency exchange, this transit hotel has got you covered with an in-house currency exchange.
Valet services – Including laundry and same day dry cleaning.
Hotel dining – Whether you’re getting a quick bite in the sophisticated setting of the Lobby Lounge or receiving local cuisine with five star service at the Chameleon Restaurant or craving some American flavors at the Arizona, whatever taste tickles your fancy, you’ll find it to your liking at this dayuse hotel.