Its a hard decision when going to Wellington to stay at the Mercure on Willis or the Mercure on The Terrace.Willis St tends to always be a bit cheaper but the one on The Terrace does have a swimming pool next to its gym as the main attraction for me. There is sauna also though I have never used it. If you can ask for the rooms that face the city, the view can be quite nice and a few of the corner rooms are bigger with a suite. Its not actually that much further to walk into the city compared to staying at the James Cook and Novotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mercure Wellington is a short walk to the CBD and the funky Cuba Quarter, with beautiful panoramic views over the city and harbour. The Cuba and Willis St shopping precincts, the Cable Car and waterfront are all nearby. The hotel is currently undergoing a significant refurbishment, transforming the guest rooms into elegant sanctuaries. Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel and secure, off street car parking is available. Mercure Wellington is one of the capital's most conveniently located accommodation options for couples, business travellers and families - offering easy access to local attractions and central city businesses by foot, car and public transport. Take a stroll through the city to enjoy fine dining and exceptional shopping, or experience some of the capital's cultural attractions at nearby Te Papa Museum. Just 20-minutes from the airport, and a 15-minute drive to New Zealand's iconic Weta Workshop. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Wellington Hotel Wellington
- Accor Wellington