Naumi Studio Wellington is a luxury boutique hotel located on eclectic, electric Cuba Street. Creating the perfect place to for you to discover and return to, time after time. Play, indulge, relax and colour outside the lines at Naumi Studio Wellington where being awake is as brilliant as dreaming. See what’s happening in and around the hotel.
Follow the rabbit this Easter for your chance to discover a Wonderland of flavour and exciting opportunities with the elusive and exclusive Naumi Egg. Our Easter eggs are full of surprises, what will you unearth as you crack inside yours? A tasty adventure guaranteed for all, with a lucky few winning something more. If rich ruby shows, bubbles will flow, while the ultimate staycation will have you hunting for gold.
Naumi’s delectable desserts are not only grand, with just 300 available, they’re in hot demand. For 20 tasty gems with ruby red centres, a bottle of bubbles you will be presented. And one lucky person, gold you must strike, to WIN a staycation of 2 glorious nights at Naumi Hotel Wellington in an Oasis King Room, breakfast for 2 daily and a $150 food and beverage credit.
Enter into a world of intrigue, with a kaleidoscope of teas and three tiers of culinary extravagance served with lashings of luxury.
Award-winning Executive Chef, Kiran Ghate, has curated a visionary High Tea menu alongside his exceptional team. Embark on an indulgent experience where Asia meets Paris with a unique infusion of flavours.
Available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12 – 4pm.
Described as one of the most important exhibitions ever staged in New Zealand, the exhibition is on display until Sun 27 March at The City Gallery Wellington. An abstract artist working at the turn of the twentieth century, af Klint saw herself as a receiver of messages from the spirit powers who guided the creation of her work. She called on both the spiritualist and scientific investigations of her age in a quest to understand the visible and invisible mysteries of the world, and communicate them through art.