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I am delighted to invite you to discover Sofitel Wellington, a perfect combination of French elegance and the vibrant
soul of New Zealand’s capital city. Melissa Shaw.
Each Sofitel draws inspiration from local culture and tradition while celebrating innovation and the French art de vivre to offer a one-of-a-kind, luxurious hotel experience. From design details to exhibitions and events, discover what makes our hotel so unique.
Delight in the sheer exuberance of our guest rooms & suites, featuring vintage gold and bronze tones complemented by a myriad of luxurious...Read more
Sample refined gastronomy artfully crafted by Sofitel’s passionate Chefs. Endeavouring to make the most of its lush hillside location, Sofitel...Read more
Join us for a celebration of gastronomy every Sunday at Jardin Grill. Indulge in epicurean delights and warm Sofitel service in a refined ambiance...Read more
Delight in an intriguing selection of special offers designed to enhance your magnifique experience at Sofitel Wellington.
This year may be moving fast, but now is your chance to pause and take a breath. With the public holidays being so close together, you can take...Read more
An event at Sofitel offers impeccable service, creative cuisine, sumptuous decor and state-of-the-art technology. Discover the flexibility of our...Read more
HAPPY HOUR | EVERY DAY 5PM-7PM THE GREEN ROOM ApéroChic is inspired by the cultural and culinary tradition of enjoying l’Apéritif–or...Read more
Surrounded by lush botanicals and ideally positioned in Wellington’s business and government hub, Sofitel Wellington blends the French ‘art de vivre’ with the pure beauty of New Zealand’s capital.
Sofitel Wellington is in close proximity to Wellington’s exciting attractions: The Beehive and Parliament Buildings, Te Papa Museum, Wellington Botanical Gardens, Cable Car, Westpac Stadium, Mount Victoria, Wellington Zoo, the Zealandia Sanctuary, Weta Cave museum and Cuba Street.