Comfort Inn Elliots Parpararumu

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

33 Amohia Street, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand

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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 22% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Solo100
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

Soccer trip

by MariaGriff

Can you please advise the best way to travel from Wellington airport to Westpac stadium. Is it best to go by road or water? Is there a motel near the stadium?

Thanks

Re: Soccer trip

by MaryMillot

Well I stayed in Wellington for almost 3 months! So what i can suggest is going to the stadium by foot! Windy Welly is small city and you can walk everywhere! The stadium is close to Aotea Quai and you can take it crossing the sea! there are a couple of hotel in thorndon Quai..have a look here
http://www.prontohotel.com/nzl/wellington/pois/westpac_stadium.htm
I found it this resources looking for hotel+Westpac stadium Wellington.. you can try too!

Re: Soccer trip

by Kakapo2

1. Travel
Take the Airport Flyer (bus), this goes to the Railway Station, and this again is very close to Westpac Stadium. In fact, you walk over the railway tracks to the stadium.

2. Accomm
The closest motel/apartment to Westpac Stadium is the Aitken on Mulgrave. But take care, some of the apartments directly "face" a big carpark, so no view, no light. You have to ask for an apartment facing one of the streets, either Aitken or Mulgrave. From there you just cross the street to railway station and stadium.

I hope you do not want to travel to Wellington for the All Whites game against Bahrain because most accomm is fully booked...

BTW

by Kakapo2

Question to first poster:

How would you want to walk to the stadium from the airport, almost certainly with luggage?
And which ferry service would there be from the airport to the stadium or the city, as you suggest the OP should cross the sea???

Re: Soccer trip

by craic

Yeah - take the airport flyer. Buy your ticket from the driver. Ask him to tell you when to get off. I think it would be at the railway station. Short walk from there.

From Wellington airport to Westpac (the caketin the locals call it) would have to be 10 k? Something like that. Looooooong walk.

The bus leaves from right outside the terminal and is well signposted.

Travel Tips for Wellington

I hate these wires!

by knerten

Wellington still has electric buses running. That means that many of the streets have wires and cables hanging around...making it nearly impossible to make nice strret pictures, because these wires ruin it all...well, at least I think so.

Paddy the Wanderer

by Kakapo2

Somehow this memorial plaque in front of the NZ Academy of Fine Arts had escaped my notice on my previous visit(s). Lucky me I discovered it when I was accompanied by VT member craic who told me that there was more information about Paddy the Wanderer in the Museum of City & Sea on the opposite side of the street. And there we went.

Inside the museum there is a sculpture of Paddy who wandered the streets of Wellington in the 1930s. He was an airedale terrier who was owned by a young girl. When this girl died from pneumonia in 1928 Paddy – whose original name was thought to be Dash – started to walk the wharves, probably searching his lost playmate. He was soon known and loved by watersiders, seafarers, taxidrivers and carriers who took turns in paying his annual dog licence. They also took him on taxi rides, and holidays around New Zealand and even to Australia, and once he flew in a gypsy-moth biplane.

He died on 17 July 1939. Obituary notices were placed in newspapers, and a fleet of black taxis formed a funeral cortege and carried his body for cremation. In 1945 Paddy’s friends paid for a commemorative drinking fountain which you now see in front of the NZ Academy of Fine Arts. It does not only have a fountain for humans but also two drinking bowls for dogs.

On the photo you see a reflection of the Museum of City & Sea in the window above the memorial plaque.

Photo 2 shows the sculpture of Paddy in the museum.

Fergs Rock & Kayak

by wkcsmt

There are 3 things you can do here... roller blading, sea kayaking & climbing/abseiling.

Roller blade around the wharf / Frank Kitts Park.

Hire a kayak and take a trip around the harbour on your own or join the trip organised by the centre.

Something you can do on a rainy day... indoor rock climbing. There are serveral types of climbing walls of 40ft with lots of climbing routes in the centre, so come & take the challenge. Experienced instructors & staff will provide necessary training on climbing, abseiling and safety systems. Harness, Carabineer, climbing shoes & chalk are available for hire.

They also have climbing equipment and clothing available for sale.

See their website for pricing and courses available.

Hunter Building @ VUW

by wkcsmt

The Hunter Building celebrates its 100th birthday in 2004! The historic Hunter Building is the original University building, built just after the University began in the late 19th century. In 1992-3 it was fully restored and now houses: Student Recruitment & Course Advice, Student Fees Office, Scholarships Office, Disability Support Services, and Victoria’s central administration and upper management staff.

In Autumn, the leaves covering the lower part of the walls will turn orangey red creating yet another face for the building. I'll see if I can find some photos of this to add onto this page...

Belgian Beer

by fishandchips about Leuven

The Leuven bar is a really great spot to relax with your favourite Belgian beer and have a few fries with mayo or one of many Mussel dishes. Situated in Featherston St the Leuven is in the middle of town and patronised by everyone from Office workers to visitors.

The beer menu is quite extensive with everything from your bog standard Stella to the various Leffe brews. Most have the option of a small 330ml glass or a large 500ml. Prices are about average though the large glasses will set you back around $14 per glass! The food is ok with the fries & mayo a popular nibble while enjoying your beer.

There are several levels to the premises including a small downstairs area that is great if you can get alarge crowd together and make a takeover bid! The staff a fairly attentive and will move around the tables taking orders. Menus are in good supply so you can view the variety of beers and food options. Smart casual is the pref here though the bar doesn't seem to be too worried about the more casual attire. Between 4.30 and 7pm lots of the patrons will be wearing suits.

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Address: 33 Amohia Street, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand