Where are Multicore World 2016 delegates booking their accommodation (*)?


Wellington has been called the “coolest little capital in the world” by Lonely Planet. Below is a list of hotels in the CBD -all between 2′ and 15′ walking distance from the conference venue.

The airport is only minutes from the CBD (between 12′ and 25′ depending of peak traffic). A taxi would cost you between NZ$30 – NZ$40 and you can pay with credit card (there are minimum surcharges). There is an excellent express bus service for NZ$9 departing every 10′-15′ and takes about 15′-20′ to reach the CBD.

Wellington is a very “walkable” city -only rent a car if you are planning to explore the region, otherwise it will be a problem to find what to do with it in the city. Wellingtonians walk, take the bus, the train or the cable car (recommended as an attraction as well)

We recommend to book your accommodation as soon as possible given that Wellington is also hosting a large festival (1,200 performers) -best rates are going fast.

  • Air New Zealand list of Wellington hotels
  • Wellington City Council accommodation list
  • Airbnb – Wellington’s page
  • Hostels and Backpackers list
  • The usual sites (, etc) will list most of the nearby hotels


Walking distances to the conference venue from some nearby hotels (*)
(Ignore Google’s suggestions: they’re robots and don’t know the shortcuts 😉
Intercontinental – 2′
Ibis hotel – 4′
Quest on Johnston – 5′
City Life Wellington – 5′
James Cook – 5′
Novotel – 6′
Trinity – 10′
The Setup on Manners – 10′
Mercure – 11′
Bay Plaza – 15′
Cambridge Hotel – 18′
(*) Multicore World does not endorse nor recommend any hotel or accommodation option. The hotels listed above are voluntarily mentioned by the delegates to facilitate other colleagues to book, but do not imply that Open Parallel Ltd or Multicore World recommend them. Delegates have to make their own travel arrangements.  If you need help, feel free to contact us.


Map from the airport to the venue area