CQ Hotels Wellington
213-223 Cuba Street Wellington +64 4 385 2156 | 0800 888 5 999

Directions to CQ Hotels Wellington


Driving from the North:

  • Stay on State Highway 1, and follow it through the Terrace Tunnel, which ends on Vivian Street.
  • Go through three sets of lights on Vivian St.
  • Just after passing through the third set of lights (Cuba/Vivian St) turn into Dunlop Terrace on your right. You've arrived!
  • Car parking is available at the hotel for $30.00 per night (subject to availability).

From Wellington International Airport:


Driving

  • Head north from the airport, following the signs to the city.
  • After going through Mt Victoria Tunnel, go around the Basin Reserve and go through the Arras Tunnel.
  • After the Arras Tunnel turn right onto Taranaki St.
  • Take the 1st left onto Abel Smith Street.
  • Take the 2nd right onto Cuba Street.
  • Continue along Cuba Street to the first set of lights and turn right onto Vivian Street.
  • Turn into the very next street on your right Dunlop Terrace and you've arrived!

Public Transport

  • Taxis and Shuttles: Taxis and shuttles leave directly from outside the terminal. Approx. cost is $25-$35 for a Taxi and $16 for 1 person in Shuttle ($5 for each person thereafter).

  • Orange Airport Flyer Bus: Operates from the Airport to Upper Hutt approx every half hour. Nearest bus stop to us is Manners Street/Cuba Street. We are 3 blocks south (toward bucket fountain). Price from Airport to Manners St is $9.00 per person.

Driving from the Interislander Ferry Terminal:

  • Head Southwest on State Highway 1, and follow it through the Terrace Tunnel, which ends on Vivian Street.
  • Go through three sets of lights on Vivian St.
  • Just after passing through the third set of lights (Cuba/Vivian St) turn into Dunlop Terrace on your right. You've arrived!
  • The Interislander Bus meets each ferry sailing and transports passengers for $5 to Wellington Railway Station. A taxi from the train station is approx. $15.

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