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Museum Hotel

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Overview


 
 
 
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The Museum Art Hotel is a privately owned luxury boutique hotel opposite Te Papa and the waterfront and a short stroll to live theatres, designer shopping, city markets, Waitangi Park and Oriental Parade's promenade and beach.

The hotel is included in Yahoo's list of ten of the best hotels with magnificent artwork of the world. On site facilities include a spacious and decadent lobby with bar/cafe, art gallery, fitness centre, sauna, swimming pool and spa pool, award winning French restaurant Hippopotamus, five beautiful function spaces and Cathy Davys Day Spa.



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Overview



Museum Hotel Wellington is a 165 room boutique hotel located in the centre of Wellington city opposite Wellington's beautiful harbour and New Zealand's national museum, Te Papa. The spacious lobby features opulent décor, walls adorned with original New Zealand art and a bar/café in which to relax.

Hippopotamus, the hotel's award winning in house restaurant offers harbour views and French style cuisine by Laurent Loudeac.

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Review date:   November 29, 2017 5:32AM
 
Review:   Room is clean, there is a small mini kitchen in the room and provided a lot of cooking materials as well as cutlery and the bed is very comfortable. The location of the place is very good. There are a lot of restaurants near the area and Te Papa Museum which is really nice. The service of the place is good with friendly staff. The hotel is quite small compared to other hotels. But still, it is a nice experience
 
Author:   Christopher Quah
 
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Review date:   December 9, 2017 12:13AM
 
Review:   QT Museum hotel, formerly known as Museum Hotel has recently renovated. It is upscale very Arty kind of accommodation. Location is right across the National Museum Te-Papa, which is said to be one of the best in southern hemisphere. Service quality is also very good.
 
Author:   Arif Ansari
 
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Review date:   November 5, 2017 1:02AM
 
Review:   Beautifully appointed room and furnishings. The abundant mirrors on the wall take some getting used to but gives the illusion of space. There is a well stocked mini bar and, a first for me, a Nespresso machine compete with coffee pods. The hotel features an eclectic mix of art, sculpture and music and the golden hippopotamus out the front is amazing. Highly recommended.
 
Author:   Dave Fleming
 
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Review date:   November 12, 2017 6:10PM
 
Review:   My new home away from home! Loved my bed! Loved the endless art works and styles. Service and hospitality was top notch. Food....soooo good! (French cuisine)
 
Author:   Lloyd Griffin
 
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Review date:   November 13, 2017 8:18AM
 
Review:   Nice hotel, classic QT style, the reception and common areas are very nice. BUT the parking is a bit of a pain, no on site parking, the concierge drive way is blocked so you have to wait until they come out and let you in, and there's no actual sign that says QT Concierge... I found the lady at check out to provide bare minimum service and just always wanted to send me to talk to someone else rather than her just helping me (and it was not busy). Oh by the way parking is $30 per night... as this info is hard to find online anywhere. The rooms are small, very small actually. And while they are well appointed I wish they had fully renovated the bathrooms also, bathrooms bring the place down a bit. I do kind of wish I stayed some where else to be honest.
 
Author:   Nicki Derrick
 
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