Embraced by a natural amphitheatre of ocean and hill, Wellington merges big city culture with small town charm. A lively positive energy pulses through the capital of cool. Wellington is celebrated as New Zealand’s arts, film, coffee, culinary, craft beer, events and political capital.
The InterContinental Wellington
Adjacent to Wellington’s waterfront, InterContinental Wellington is the most centrally-located and experienced global five-star hotel in New Zealand’s capital city. It is the seamless and personal service of the team that makes a Wellington experience truly memorable. Guest can spend time with the award-winning concierge team whose tips and insider knowledge help travellers discover the arts, events, shopping, and culinary cultures. The Intercontinental meeting venues are designed to inspire, with unsurpassed level of service and conference facilities.
The InterContinental Wellington has just been named Oceania’s Leading Conference Hotel at the 2019 World Travel Awards. The Presidential Suite was also awarded New Zealand’s Leading Hotel Suite 2019.
The opportunity to book accommodation at the conference rate will become available when registration opens on 9 April 2020.
Travelling to Wellington
Getting to Wellington is easy, whether you’re travelling by air, road or sea. Wellington International Airport is well served by domestic and international flights by major airlines, while major New Zealand Highways connect Wellington to surrounding North Island regions.
Within New Zealand
Wellington is less than one hour’s flight from New Zealand's main cities and domestic services are plentiful. You can fly here from most regions with Air New Zealand, and Jetstar also offers flights to Wellington from select New Zealand centres.
It's easy to hop across the ditch to visit Wellington. Five airlines fly direct from Australia: