Main Attractions

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Bluebridge ferry

Cross Cook Strait on a Bluebridge Ferry and enjoy real Kiwi hospitality.

On board you'll find a full cafe-style menu. And if you can take your eyes off the views, kick back with free movies, free WIFI and free activities for the kids.

The Beehive

The Beehive is the common name for the iconic Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings, located at the corner of Molesworth Street and Lambton Quay, Wellington.

TSB Arena

The TSB Bank Auditorium (Shed 6) is designed to give you control: host a concert in the entire space, or use the soundproof dividers to split it into four self-contained spaces perfect for conference rooms, meetings, social functions and product launches.

Frank Kitts Park

West Plaza Hotel

A short walk from the city's main bus and taxi terminuses. Plus it's a short stroll, bus or taxi ride to any destination in Wellington city.

City Art Gallery

City Gallery Wellington is a dynamic cultural presence in the capital city of Aotearoa New Zealand, showcasing contemporary art from New Zealand and around the world.

Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Te Papa is New Zealand's national museum, renowned for being bicultural, scholarly, innovative and fun. The worldclass exhibitions and rides are interdisciplinary and interactive, making it a vibrant part of Wellington life and a top attraction in New Zealand.

Bay Plaza Hotel

Bay Plaza Hotel offers you one of the best locations and views of the Coolest Little Capital!

Interislander

Interislander is a road and rail ferry service across New Zealand's Cook Strait, between Wellington in the North Island and Picton in the South Island. It is owned and operated by state-owned rail operator KiwiRail.

Westpac Stadium

The stadium is a multi-purpose facility, though used mainly for sporting events. It is the home of the Wellington Lions Mitre 10 Cup rugby team and the Hurricanes Super Rugby team. The stadium also hosts the Wellington Sevens, one of the events in the annual World Rugby Sevens Series for national rugby sevens teams. Westpac Stadium regularly serves as a home venue for All Blacks rugby matches.

Wellington Cable Car

Opened in 1902, the country's only running cable car offers panoramic city views & a history museum.

City Gallery Wellington

Vibrant gallery with contemporary works by New Zealand & international artists, plus various events.

A Prime Location for Business or Pleasure

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With a dream location in the very hub of Wellington, you have easy access to any destination in the central city when you stay in comfort at the West Plaza Hotel.

Both government departments and corporate offices can be accessed by foot or a quick cab ride. You'll be across the road from Civic Square with the conference, concert and events venues of the Old Town Hall and the Michael Fowler Centre, and only minutes' walk to the city's other main venues.

Shop in style in nearby Lambton Quay - or walk the other way to the Cuba Quarter and explore the creative boutiques of New Zealand's hottest designers. West Plaza Hotel is a low rise, 5 level well spread out building located in the heart of Wellington, opposite the Town Hall and Convention Centre. Lambton Quay and the waterfront's many shops, restaurants and cafes are a 3-minute walk away.

Unwind by exploring the urban parks and the stunning Wellington waterfront just moments away, or escape the day at any of the city's famous bars, clubs, cafes and restaurants that are also in easy walking distance.

Getting Here - 110, Wakefield Street, Wellington, 6011

Close to the airport, South Island ferry terminal and railway station, we're a short walk from the city's main bus and taxi terminuses. Plus it's a short stroll, bus or taxi ride to any destination in Wellington city. For more information on how to find us please see our map, or contact us directly. See our unrivalled location on our map of the city's top attractions.