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Partner News: Six new additions to vibrant Wellington

From award-winning eateries, craft beer, wine and a love of coffee to world-class conference and events venues and an array of accommodation, it’s all right here in Wellington.

The New Zealand capital is known for being vibrant and energetic, and the most recent additions complement Wellington’s offerings.

Among the newcomers are:

Sojourn Apartment Hotel Ghuznee - Modernity meets minimalism in the second Sojourn property in Wellington. Opening just 150 metres from vibrant Cuba St, Sojourn Ghuznee offers 75 serviced apartments, from the sophisticated Mini Petite intimate studio size for the budget-conscious single traveller, to two-bedroom interconnected family/group apartments.

https://sojournhotels.co.nz/

TRYP by Wyndham Wellington - Stay in the heart of Wellington’s CBD while enjoying the contemporary comforts and art deco architecture. A short drive from the airport, the hotel is a two minute walk from Wellington’s new convention and exhibition centre, Tākina, the waterfront and harbour, as well as shops, eateries, bars, and attractions.

https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/tryp/wellington-new-zealand/tryp-wellington-tory-street/overview

The Champagneria - Wellington's first champagne bar in Courtenay Place is fun and un-fussy, allowing punters to enjoy a glass of fizz without having to crack open a special bottle from the shelf. Mix it up with a champagne cocktail, champagne beer, a regular beer, or still wine. Grab some tapas or a platter that's matched to the chosen wine, and enjoy on the rooftop bar.

https://thechampagneria.co.nz/

Ernesto’s – Cuba’s big-time sass and stylish, old-school flair has come to Wellington in the form of Ernesto’s Cocina Cubana. It’s a place where music, cocktails and friends come together with cuisine brought to life by award-winning chef Kit Foe.

https://www.ernesto.co.nz/

The Sebel Lower Hutt – just a short drive from the central city, The Sebel sits proudly alongside Te Awa Kairangi - The Hutt River, and features fully serviced studios and one-bedroom apartments and a restaurant on-site.

https://all.accor.com/hotel/A0G1/index.en.shtml

Naumi Studio Hotel Wellington – The rooms and conference spaces have been lovingly renovated with a contemporary spin that still honours the charms of this unique heritage-listed building. Conveniently situated on Wellington’s most vibrant and creative street, Cuba Street, choose from six different room types, ranging from cosy and curated studios to an exquisitely furnished executive suite.

https://naumihotels.com/studiowellington/

 

Discover more new additions to Wellington’s business events scene at WellingtonNZ.com/meet

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