New Zealand's capital Wellington is not the country's largest city (that honour goes to Auckland), but it's a vibrant city with a thriving café scene and many great museums, galleries and music venues. "Windy Wellington" is set along the Cook Strait at the south-western tip of North Island.
From the Wellington Travel Guide
Everything was perfect...The price was right and the everyother thing was superb. That will be my only choice of stay when am in wellington Thanks Bruce ... more
What a waste of money! $50 a night for a single room with no facilities, and minimal heating. Windows are left open all night in the middle of winter, and doors bang night and day. Lifts are turned off overnight, leaving people to drag heavy bags up and down the stairs. ... more
Sweet as! I stayed here for about 2 and a half months doing the work for accommodation. The bar in the basement is awesome, free pool almost all the time, wednesdays are $4 nights...crazy. most of the staff is pretty cool. there are a couple weirdos as long termers but over most of the people that seem to pass through are pretty cool. ... more
A short one hour train ride from my home brings me down along the coast and into Wellington. Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, is a coastal city, with very compact little neighbourhoods. It ...
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