Novotel Wellington is set to begin a major renovation project with all 139 rooms to be refurbished by the end of August 2012.
The new rooms have been designed to reflect the vibrant arts community of New Zealand’s capital, bed will feature designer headboards with bright splashes of colour, bold feature artwork, and even red glass splashbacks in the bathrooms to give a wow factor to the clean, white interiors.
The new look of the Novotel Wellington to be refurbished by August 2012.
Rooms will reflect the `Novotel Next’ room concept which has already proven very popular at the new Novotel Auckland Airport, with connectivity panels, i-pod docking stations and wireless internet access added to cater for the demands of today’s sophisticated traveller.
The innovative Next room has been designed with a plethora of features to ‘re-humanise’ the travel experience, enhance the spaciousness of the room and ensure functionality within the room facilities. Furniture has been designed for multiple uses such as a versatile side table that can be drawn to the bed to provide a desk for work, a table for dining or a place to rest a book while reading.
“Our hotel has been one of the leading 4-star hotels in the capital since it opened and we are fortunate to have one of the city’s best locations,” said general manager Philip Hilton. “So after a decade it’s time to give the hotel a fresh new look, state-of-the-art communications and our innovative new room design. Our new Executive Rooms will be particularly welcomed by the corporate market.
“Despite the major changes, it will not mean much disruption to guests staying in the hotel during the refurbishment phase.”
Novotel Wellington opened in 2002 and is located on The Terrace, with great views over the and direct lift access to Lambton Quay. It provides the perfect base for corporate or leisure guests and boasts an intimate restaurant and fitness centre.