Welcome to Naumi Studio, a sensory dreamland where you can stay high and get low on Wellington’s electric Cuba Street. Play, nestle, indulge and colour outside the lines at our boutique hotel for romantics, bohemians, and adventurers. Your home away from home, where you can return time after time.
After an extensive renovation, this 116-room property has transformed into a visual feast for the senses. Enthralling guests with eclectic spaces inspired from seafaring, the literary world and romanticism.
Make a grand entrance on Dunlop Terrace or swan through the heritage arches from Cuba Street. Guests are transported to whimsical spaces inspired by the enduring love story of Lady Naumi – the original custodian of the Naumi Hotel. The grand bar in the heart of the hotel, the sumptuous lounge, overindulgent Lola Rouge and the candy sweet parlour, fit for dreaming the day away, calling guests to play while they stay.
Naumi Studio proudly showcases the brilliance of New Zealand artists and designers within the hotel. Sweet touches and larger than life creations make Naumi Studio unlike anywhere else and the destination it is. Find yourself down Cuba Street’s rabbit hole and in a world of pure imagination.
Naumi Studio proudly showcases the brilliance of New Zealand artists and designers within the hotel. Creations from Karl Maughan, Evie Kemp, Judy Darragh, Angus Muir, Luke Jacomb, Floralcentric and Material Creative make Naumi Studio Wellington the destination it is. Find yourself down Cuba Street’s rabbit hole and in a world of pure imagination.
Designer and artist, Hayley Brown brings imagination to life. Creating the gold leaf, silk floral feature wall in reception is just the start. Her playful squiggle artwork threads our guest rooms together, creating spaces that simultaneously excite and soothe.
“I love creating emotive environments and atmospheres that evoke the feeling of the client’s brand and culture” – Hayley Brown
Working at the intersection of people, space and objects, Angus Muir created the iridescent flower lights and larger than life flower sculpture in the lobby and reception. Dedicated to renewing and revitalising spaces while acknowledging their history to create mesmeric experiences, Muir was the only choice for our flowers may bloom again, but a person never has the chance to be young again welcome.
Christchurch artist Judy Darragh is renowned for her brightly coloured sculptural assemblages and tongue in cheek wit. Creating a bespoke Blooms cluster for us, her iridescent artwork adorns the wall of our saccharine sweet Parlour.