Wellington New Zealand Intercontinental Hotel
The InterContinental Wellington is undergoing a major renovation to create the most modern and modern hotel in New Zealand's capital, located in the heart of the city. A team of world-leading specialists from the world's leading design and design offices has been appointed to provide a contemporary and elegant look with a warm and sophisticated ambience. Each room is decorated with contemporary simplicity and named after a bird, including the Robin Heron and the New NZ Takahe.
You might prefer to treat yourself to a cheeky cocktail or refresh yourself after a long day windsurfing in the shimmering Indian Ocean, but forget that it's too hot. The mixologist at the cocktail bar recommends the perfect drink to the hippo, where French cuisine meets modern menu innovations. Choose from classic cocktails such as Old Fashioned, Pilsner and New Zealand Takahe, to name a few. Wherever you choose, enjoy a magnificent view of the city and a delicious meal with a glass of wine or beer at the bar.
The high tea menu is large and each of the three floors is packed with delicious treats from the in-house confectionery team. Choose from coffees made with local ingredients such as kiwi, black tea, tea and coffee, as well as a variety of cakes and pastries.
As someone who has stayed at this hotel before, I am sure others have told me the same. If you are lucky enough to be served after a long day at work, you can grab a quick breakfast or coffee from the breakfast bar in the morning, which is a great way to help yourself before a long day at work, as well as a nice change from your usual breakfast.
I have seen 7 of the 51 hotels in Wellington on Tripadvisor that have rated 4.5 out of 5, and I was asked to be the undisputed Wellington expert. I have seen many positive reviews for this hotel, but also some negative ones.
Local flavours are created by experienced chefs and served by a competent service team at Chameleon Restaurant (www.thelobbylounge.nz).
There is a car park on the ground floor of the hotel managed by Wilson Parking NZ, and there are approximately 3300 parking spaces across the street. Valet parking is also available in the garage on the doorstep and in a private parking lot behind the restaurant. In the browser window above you can park in one of approximately 3,500 parking spaces on about 3,400 streets.
The Intercontinental Hotel in New Zealand, located in the heart of the city of Auckland, New York City, United States, is one of only two hotels in New England.
Designed by architect Alan Blundell, this hotel celebrates modern urbanism and has 10 rooms and suites, all with private bathrooms. The Lobby Lounge is a modern, bright and cosy space located in a corner of the main reception. It is a great place to sit, watch the world go by and enjoy the high tea being served. The New York City Convention Center and the World Trade Center are just a short walk away. If you are attending an event at TSB Arena or Shed 6, you are only one block from Queens Wharf.
The Presidential Suite is the largest of the hotel suites, with ambience and luxury comfort, and you can maximize your resources with a parking ticket. The authentic InterContinental experience is delivered in a modern, modern and contemporary design with modern amenities. Enjoy views of New York City from your hotel room or from the lobby lounge or main reception in the dining room.
The typical high brunch consists of three sweet, savoury and decadent plates, which you can enjoy from the in-house bacon to the sweet and sour cream cheese sandwich. The bagel could have been a little crisper on the outside, but as mentioned above, the scone was perfect. With an exterior crunch and a soft and fluffy interior, it felt like the perfect breakfast for brunch in New York City.
The chocolate squares that were coated gave the coffee flavour a good balance and it was the lightest and most balanced opera cake I have ever eaten. My inner coffee lover was embedded, satisfied with the strong flat white that is standard in my favorite coffee shop in town.
High Tea caught my eye because the hotel pastry chef used a different style of pastry than the traditional New Zealand pastry chefs. The items were more traditionally English and the fruit was cut into tiny bites, but I enjoyed the ease of it And it was a lovely palate cleanser. I started with the cake opera, which was decorated with a royal frosting and a layer of chocolate cake. This layer alone had five servings and so many different flavours that I should have enjoyed packing them all in chocolate boxes.