Located at the south-westernmost corner of the North Island, Wellington is New Zealand’s cultural heart and capital, boasting a vibrant and easy-to-explore downtown area famous for its creative culture. A growing destination for business tourism, Wellington is host to numerous conferences and conventions, in addition to cultural events and festivals popular among locals and tourists alike. An energetic destination for leisure, relaxation and adventure, much of Wellington’s distinct personality is fuelled by great food, superb New Zealand wine and craft beer, cosmopolitan shopping, and a vast array of cultural delights. Looking for Wellington accommodation during your stay? We have three Mercure Wellington hotels available for you, located in a prime positions and in close proximity to some of the city’s best-loved attractions. Take a stroll through Cuba Quarter, take in a taste of history and culture at Te Papa Tongarewa Museum of New Zealand.

Our Mercure hotels in Wellington

0.51 k.m from the city centre

It is perfectly located between Cuba Street and Victoria University, in the heart of Wellington's business and entertainment districts. The 3.5 star h...

0.51 k.m from the city centre

The One Bedroom Suites have a separate lounge, dining/workdesk and kitchenette (on request only). Some of these rooms also have stunning views over We...

0.96 k.m from the city centre

Overlooking the Cuban Quarter, the hotel is a short walk to restaurants, shopping and Te Papa Museum. Fully refurbished guest rooms provide elegant sa...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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