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Well-appointed accommodation rooms blend modern amenities with timeless comforts: grab an iPad and take advantage of leisure facilities, connect via wireless Internet access, or relax on plush beds or in front of flat screen televisions. Convenient kitchenettes and iPod docking stations make long stays even more enjoyable, but for those looking for something even more long term, 19 apartment-style suites are available and feature washer and drier facilities.
Whether staying for a weekend or for a few weekends, the Rydges Wellington invites you to experience a truly remarkable landmark hotel in the Capital. Book a stay today.
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Whether you’re looking for a place to conduct serious business or throw a seriously amazing social event, the Rydges Wellington’s flexible spaces offer state-of-the-art solutions for all your group needs.
Five conference rooms can host up to 250 in vibrant spaces, supplemented by spacious breakout rooms, a dedicated staff, and catering menus.
Each space can be transformed to complement your event objectives. Floor to ceiling windows let in plenty of natural light, while built-in audio/visual equipment can add an extra touch to your next conference. If there’s any trouble with the tech, an on-site AV expert can fix the solution, while an event coordinator can handle any other problems.
Make your next meeting an absolute success. Reserve a conference room at the Rydges Wellington.
You’ve never been to a grill house like this before. Opened for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, our Wellington restaurant celebrates the bounty of the area, focusing on what’s in season and what’s delicious.
From the choicest cuts of meat to refreshing drinks, the Portlander is everything you wanted in a Wellington restaurant: relaxed atmosphere, scrumptious food, and a touch of raw energy to create an environment that is at once inviting and electric.
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Your staff were lovely - it was a busy hotel but they they were all friendly. Location was a great central city spot. We were on the top floor and it was excellent as the road noise was very minimal. We understand it was a busy time of the year to be staying at your hotel but hotels know they are going to be busy during January. The restaurant and its food let this place down. We had dinner and breakfast here. Dinner there were a number of items unavailable and what we did have was very average. The mussel chowder would have been lucky to have 3 mussels in it and was luke warm. The poached prawns as named on the menu was just a shrimp cocktail. But I must say the whitebait fritter was ten out of ten. Breakfast felt like we were eating in the middle of a Bangkok market. The buffet was crammed in a small corner and there were a large number of people trying to fill plates while staff are trying to replenish food. There were elbows and plates everywhere while other guests were lined up waiting to grab a table when it became free. Not a leisurely holiday breakfast at all.