James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor

Address: 147 The Terrace, Wellington, North Island, 6001, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 147 The Terrace, Wellington, is near Museum of Wellington City & Sea, Wellington City Library, Zest Food Tours of New Zealand, and Frank Kitts Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor Wellington

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    Travel Blogs from Wellington

    A Sum Up

    A travel blog entry by mdunbar91 on Jun 03, 2015

    ... roads. Perilously hungover, we eventually made it to a
    little place called Pelorus Bridge. This was to be the starting point
    of our travels on the south island and a beautiful campsite it was
    too. This is also home to an 80m long swing bridge which was pretty

    Over the next few days we passed through - and stayed at - various little
    townships, saw various beautiful little bays (Elaine Bay was
    definitely a stand out one), and went to plenty ...

    Championships - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by ruskez on Mar 14, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... distance away on a very distressed state. She was bought to Paua World to rejoin the group. An unfortunate occurrence. Lunch was at Salute which is a fantastic tapas restaurant. After 8 courses, the ladies were let loose to explore this quaint town. Our last point of call was Schoc Chocolate house which has been rated 3rd best chcolate in the world. The different combinations of chocolate were astounding. I ...

    New Zealand is so much better than Old Zealand

    A travel blog entry by jenniandpeter on Feb 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the wonderful Melbourne airport bus got us there very quickly, and we ran through the airport to make the hour advance on international baggage. We caught our breath just in time to make it to the gate and learn that our flight was delayed. Rainman was rather punctual, so he may wish to note that in addition to being safe and having tight seats, Qantas isn't terribly punctual. We were again on a 737-800, which was dwarfed ...

    Waitangi Day in Wellington

    A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Feb 06, 2015

    7 photos

    ... later we reached the lighthouse at the entrance to Wellington Harbour. Couple of quick photos before my camera, backpack etc could blow away and we turned for home.
    Much easier walking with the wind at our backs. Only issue was alternating between being bitterly cold with the wind on your back or being too warm when we go around a corner and get shelter from the wind. Anyway after about an hour and a half we are back in the warmth of the car.

    Kiwi Capital & Interlopers on the Interislander

    A travel blog entry by amcbharvey on Feb 01, 2015

    12 photos

    ... unpredictable straits in the world and tragically has taken many lives prior to modern navigation. Needless to say, we did not feel the slightest hint of danger aboard the vessel as the ship clearly has been given a taste for the finer things - plush couches, bars, eateries. I imagined myself as a modern day Rose aboard the modern day Titanic. Bonus: our sail ended with a smooth docking into Picton as opposed to "ICEBERG ...