Welcome to the Naumi Studio Hotel Wellington, an iconic heritage landmark in the heart of the Cuba St precinct. After an extensive renovation this 116-room property has transformed into visual feast for the senses, enthralling guests with eclectic spaces inspired from seafaring, the literary world and an enduring love.
From a grand entrance on Dunlop Street, guests are transported into a sensory wonderland – from the grand bar in the heart of the hotel to the sumptuous lounge and the parlour and lobby. These spaces all reflect the love story of Lady Naumi – the original custodian of the Naumi Hotel. Her portrait hangs proudly at reception.
The hotel dazzles with the talents of New Zealand artists and designers. The large scale floral backdrop, created by Art Dep’t NZ, which is completely covered in gold leaf sits majestically behind reception, lying below are bespoke rugs created by artist Karl Maughan and flowing through to the lobby are our gigantic lighted floral sculpture by Angus Muir Designs.
We warmly welcome you to take in your surrounds with a drink at the bar, or by dining at Lola Rouge (opening in 2021) or dream the day away in our pastel parlour.
Looking to give your next meeting, conference or event in Wellington the ol’ razzle dazzle? Naumi Studio Wellington’s venues can sort you out whether you are after an intimate affair or an all-singing all-dancing super event to set tongues wagging (for the right reasons) . We take a fresh, bold and original approach to catering, serving up delectable delights from our restaurant.
With a well-thought out design that can see if going from a 266sqm venue that can hold up to 250 people cocktail style to being divided into 5 sound-proofed meeting spaces holding up to 50 people in each. Flooded with natural light, striking exposed brick work and a fusion of character and contemporary features inspired by the styles of the two hotels. Plus with car park access opening directly into the Cuba Rooms, makes unloading and set up a breeze and allows drive-in access for vehicles to be displayed.