Wellington’s newest boutique hotel now open

The colourful and quirky Naumi Wellington debut's in Kiwi capital

The Parlour, Naumi Wellington

Situated on Cuba Street, one of Wellington’s most electric and charismatic areas, Naumi Wellington has just opened its doors to guests. The hotel marks the seventh property for disruptor hotel brand, Naumi Hotels, which is trailblazing the eclectic boutique hotel space in the Asia Pacific region with its colourful design and style overseen by leading New Zealand designers, Material Creative.

Naumi Wellington consists of 62 oversized rooms – more like a studio apartment than a hotel guestroom – ensuring a most comfortable stay.

The colour palette reflects the essence of Naumi – colourful and wild with a refined edge. Bold colour blocking in the rooms takes its inspiration from nature: lilac, avocado green, rusty red, subtle turmeric, like the colours of a Wellington sunset tastefully clashing with a contemporary carpet diagonally striped in fluorescent colours.

Blush King, Naumi Wellington

The walls of each room are draped in sumptuous velvet that provides soothing acoustics to make guests feel warm and cosy. For full chill factor, the rooms at Naumi Wellington have the largest televisions in the country at 65” ready to go with all major streaming services for those times when binge-watching and ordering in-room service are on the menu.

Situated on elevated floor levels, rooms have a view either out over Cuba Street or across to the Wellington hills.

The Naumi Wellington team has curated a special mini bar full of local New Zealand brands that all have a connection to the hotel including organic juices, Peach and Blood Orange Infused sparkling water and a selection of delectable savoury treats. Guests can enjoy these at the hotel or take with them on departure, so they continue their New Zealand gourmet journey.

Naumi Wellington shares its dining outlets with its sister property, Naumi Studio Wellington, which is located in the heritage building next door. The Edwardian-era building was originally one of many People’s Palace hotels that were built by the Salvation Army in the late 19th and early 20th century.

See naumihotels.com/naumi-hotel-wellington/

Lead image: The Parlour, Naumi Wellington

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