Quest Atrium Wellington

154 The Terrace, Wellington, North Island, 6011, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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Wellington highlights

A travel blog entry by meredithanne

Very nice accommodation in Quest Atrium. Our own balcony, spacious rooms, and the bonus of complimentary use of gym and pool next door.
Made use of the pool, then wandered down to the waterfront.
There are outdoor sculptures, playgrounds for children, magnificent memorials and monuments to the war, and the people who settled the area, and a …

Wellington

A travel blog entry by mersonjames

10

... a sign in the hotel with "Today's Weather" on it which said it was due to become more cloudy in the afternoon. I had seen this and assured Kathleen she would not need her sunglasses and I put on no sunscreen. Never believe a weather forecast. It turned in to a gloriously sunny afternoon. Wellington is famous for being windy but not today. It was about 20 degrees. Lovely in the sun but cool in the shade. We walked on down to the harbour where there was ...

'Sweet As'

A travel blog entry by awesomefoursome

33

... our all round Chief of everything) ended up driving as well as navigating. Our first stop: Waitomo Caves. Worth a quick google... A series of caves that look like a night sky fresh out of Disney thanks to the efforts of thousands of glow worms. We opted for the Black Water Rafting option (such adrenaline junkies), a tour that roughly involved wet suits, rubber tubes, helmet torches and leaping backwards off waterfalls in the dark. It was a lot of fun and when everyone ...

Across the Straight and narrow

A travel blog entry by philandmups

10

... said: "You want to head that way. Be at the pick up point [25km away] no later than 4pm." So off we set, albeit initially walking, up the massively steep incline with our bikes in tow. At that point mountain biking didn't seem that much fun. But then we got to the proper tracks among the trees where we soon got the hang of speeding along the rocky tracks, leaping over boulders and skidding round the tight bends. At least that's what it seemed like in our ...

Still "going hard" with the kiwis

A travel blog entry by elinor.hinton

... s), all the way back to the lodge. Fortunately we didn't lose anyone overboard, and if I hadn't been so hungry and ready for dinner by the end I'd never have wanted to stop! From River Valley we moved onto Wellington, New Zealand's capital city. It seems a really cool place, loads of stuff to do but from every point in the city you can see green hills surrounding it - not too big and not too small. Lucy, Jeni and I were stopping here for a couple of nights again. Our first evening ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 154 The Terrace, Wellington, is near Wellington Cable Car, Museum of Wellington City & Sea, Wellington City Library, and Zest Food Tours of New Zealand.
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