Cuisine Magazine

Luxuriating in beautiful neo-classical detail yet recently threatened with demolition, Wellington’s 1928 T & G Building has now been fully restored as a bijou boutique hotel, the Doubletree by Hilton. The vintage marble panelling of the lobby and staircase might well have been installed by the Hilton chain themselves; they clearly liked this polished marble so much, they’ve used it for the table tops in the hotel’s fine-dining restaurant, Spring Kitchen…

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Hotel Magazine

For a long time, discussions had been floating around about Hilton making its way to Wellington. However, the timing was always wrong, or plans fell through, and the hotel never came to fruition. That is until Sarin Investments signed a franchise agreement with Hilton Worldwide to bring the DoubleTree by Hilton brand to the capital city…

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Concrete Playground

Atop the marble staircase in the brand new Doubletree is an oasis situated in the heart of Wellington. Oozing art deco delight, Spring Kitchen transports you back to the 30s with its cool and subdued style. Although not entirely shaking that ‘hotel’ vibe, Spring Kitchen’s corporate shell is quickly cracked when you indulge in the gorgeous gastronomy. With a menu paying homage to the tastes of India and Southeast Asia, expect the unexpected…

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Stuff

Hilton hotel chain, has adopted a French-Indian menu for Spring Modern Fusion Kitchen, the fine dining option at their new Doubletree hotel…

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