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If location is everything, then the Copthorne Hotel Wellington, Oriental Bay has it all. The hotel overlooks one of the most beautiful harbours in the world, and offers one of the most luxurious accommodation experiences in Wellington. All rooms are decorated in colours that capture the natural beauty of the nearby ocean and earth.
You can also enjoy the stunning harbour views from our One80° Restaurant, or relax in the comfort of your room with our 24 hour room service. The hotel also offers a heated indoor pool, concierge service and leisure desk. Qualmark Rated 4 Star Plus Hotel
Copthorne Hotel Wellington, Oriental Bay is committed to ensuring sustainable practices are used in everyday operations, and are proud to implement environmentally friendly procedures in all aspects of business where possible. View our Sustainability Practices and Guest Options.
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