Southern Cross Serviced Apartments
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Southern Cross Serviced Apartments
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Southern Cross Serviced Apartments Wellington
Travel Blogs from Wellington
... Beach 40kms - so off we went exploring down the bottom of the island. Wow, what a spot we found although the wind
was pushing us over and was fairly brisk but stunning, the ocean so blue, green, jade and many colours in that spectrum, spectacular. Came to a sudden stop when the road decided
to be a definite 4WD so we had to do a turn around but the road looked like it petered out not too much further along. ...
... the Canadian couple, Alex and Alexia, for some fun games. We also mocked the Aussies for just being weird. The hostel has a cool cafe attached to it that we can hangout. After getting bored with people watching the Aussies, we all decided on a late night Dominos run. Why spend our time there? Because what else is $5 and tastes good? Plus we got to see all the night life in Wellington! It definitely looks fun but apparently we need to bring our passport to get in even though ...
... become really rather attached to it I must say,
For the last five months since we started planning our trip to Europe, I have gone back and forth about a gazzilion times trying to decide whether I should take it back to Scotland or sell it in Wellington. When I first looked into the possibility of shipping, I realised it would cost me at the very least around $200-300, excluding shipping fees and other such nonsense. Considering the value of the bike, it just ...
... we had a lovely meal and chatted the evening away.
We were up early and after preparing our sardine lunch, we set off to catch the boat from Kapiti boat club. We had to go through a bio-security check, no rats or mice in bags, we were cleared to go. They continue to trap on Kapiti even though it is a rodent free island and a bird sanctuary, a stoat was found a couple of years ago, apparently they are excellent ...
... Spa which had 7 hot pools full of natural sulphur water from the geothermal springs in the area. The pools had views over the lake and once you got used to the rotten egg smell were really nice! We were very relaxed after our chilled afternoon and spent the evening in the hostel TV room.
The final part of our deja vu trip was the bus back to Auckland (our least favourite place in New Zealand)! We met a girl called Phoebe ...