With its stylish interiors and the conveniences that only a global hotel company can offer, Microtel by Wyndham Wellington Central is a must-stay destination on your next visit to New Zealand’s capital.
Also in attendance was former Prime Minister John Key, as well as local media partners, to help celebrate the city’s newest hotel.
It’s evident that the dedicated team at Microtel Wellington has been providing an exceptional customer experience for all guests since its opening, which is proven through its near perfect reviews on TripAdvisor.
The hotel’s café and bar offers a casual breakfast, lunch, or an afternoon drink with a funky backdrop that embodies it’s trendy home city, including a video wall that will keep you entertained while you unwind over a meal or a drink.
The stylishly appointed modern hotel rooms feature dark, neutral tones complete with statement pieces such as unique Banksy art prints and bold colors throughout to create a vibrant street art influence in each room.
You can also do your bit for the environment by staying here, with the hotel practicing Wyndham Green’s sustainability initiatives, such as a recycling program for in-room amenities and the environmentally friendly Thankyou toiletries range, with all naturally derived ingredients.
As a member of the world’s largest hotel franchising company and leading provider of hotel management services, the hotel has considered every detail at every touchpoint, making for an efficient and productive stay.
The hotel is leveraging off its global partnership with Oracle Hospitality, through the installation and use of Opera Cloud as its Property Management System.
But how does this system benefit you? Opera Cloud enables key technology enhancements to make your stay more seamless, with an interactive lobby and contactless arrival experiences through mobile check-in and keyless entry to your room.
With perhaps one of the best locations in Wellington, you will be just a short stroll to the must-try, delectable foodie locations that the contemporary city is become known for. Local produce is on the menu so you can indulge in locally sourced meats and garden fresh local fruit and vegetables.
Situated in the southern most point of the North Island, Wellington sits on a picturesque harbour providing the perfect backdrop for an eclectic mix of arts and culture with a vibrant nightlife and cultural heart ready to be explored.
The hotel is a stone’s throw from the bustling Cuba Street, where restaurants, cafes, bars and shops are aplenty. The picturesque Lambton Quay is just minutes away along with Wellington train station which gives you easy access to the rest of the city.
For a unique way to experience the city, ride the Wellington Cable Car for picturesque panoramic views of the city and its surrounds including the lush displays at Wellington Botanic Garden. For an incredible night time experience try stargazing at Space Place at Carter Observatory.
Wellington harbour by night. Photo courtesy of Tourism NZ