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Abbeycourt Motel Wellington
Abbeycourt Motel Wellington is located at 7 Pharazyn Street, Lower Hutt, Wellington. It is a comfortable and affordable motel, located 10 minutes from Wellington City, Inter-Island ferry and Te Papa. Abbeycourt Motel has 7 spacious studio units that are serviced daily and have private facilities including Cable TV, heater and ...

Aitken On Mulgrave Hotel
Aitken On Mulgrave Hotel is located at 7 Aitken Street, Thordon, Wellington 1000. It is centrally located right in the heart of Wellington city. It is situated pretty close to various attractions of the city such as the Parliament Building, Westpac Stadium, Te Papa Museum, Wellington Zoo and plenty others. Guests can also find ...

Atrium Towers Executive Apartments
Atrium Towers Executive Apartments is located at 154 The Terrace, Wellington, New Zeland. It is a newly completed 4 star serviced apartment complex. Located on The Terrace, the apartments are convenient for access to Wellington's commercial and government district. The Terrace also provides easy access to the leisure ...

Base Wellington Backpakers
Base Wellington Backpackers is located at 21-23 Cambridge Terrace, Wellington. It is a stylish 325-bed hostel located in Courtney Place, the centre of Wellington's nightlife and just minutes away from Te Papa museum. The property is open 24 hours and offers 4 to 8 bedded multi-share rooms as well as double rooms ...

Bay Plaza Hotel Wellington
The Bay Plaza Hotel is located on Wellington's vibrant Oriental Parade with panoramic views of the Harbour, Mt Victoria and the city's lights. It is only minutes away from cafes, restaurants, bars, theatres, Museum of NZ, nightclubs, beach, a swimming pool and shopping areas of Wellington city ...


Bolton Hotel Wellington
The Bolton is a new brand hotel located in the CBD in Wellington city. The hotel is elegantly designed, offering its visitors with a warm and friendly service in a professional environment. Its ideal location provides its guests an easy access to best shopping malls and many more attractions in and around the city. The hotel provides ...

Brentwood Hotel Wellington
Situated just 5 minutes drive from Wellington airport and the central city, the Brentwood hotel has been refurbished to reflect a warmth spaciousness and comfort rarely found in city hotels. The Kilbirnie shopping centre offers a variety of shops, cafes and supermarkets and is just 2 minutes away. The Wellington ...

Capital Gateway Motor Lodge
Capital Gateway Motor Lodge is located at 1 Newlands Road, Newlands, Wellington. It is within walking distance to Johnsonville shopping centre. It is also only five minutes drive away from Interislander ferry terminal. Capital Gateway Motor Lodge offers forty units - studio, one and two bedroom ...

CityLife Wellington Hotel
The location of CityLife Wellington Hotel on Lambton Quay is unrivalled. It lies in the absolute centre of Wellington's golden mile, within easy walking distance of Parliament Buildings. Close to retail shopping, waterfront, entertainment, cafes and restaurants, CityLife Wellington is in the centre of the CBD, providing an ...

Copthorne Plimmer Towers
Copthorne Plimmer Towers is located at Corner Glimmer Terrace and Boulcott Street, Wellington. Conveniently located in the centre of Wellington's financial and shopping areas. The hotel is 1.5 kilometres from Te Papa National Museum, 0.2 kilometres from the Botanical gardens and 1.5 kilometres from the Parliament ...

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Baggage travel insurance is also a very useful policy, since it provides coverage for lost, damages, delayed, or stolen bags. This is especially important for those flying overseas and checking in bags. However, if you're just flying between US cities and think about things like items that are not covered like jewelry, furs, financial documents, etc. Then consider depreciation. Airlines have a 3,000 dollar liability limit, but that limit is per incident, not per bag and all based on depreciated value, and hardly anyone has ever received the full $3000.

Lastly, the "excess valuation" insurance we mentioned earlier is very important, as it provides up to $5000 in additional coverages. If your airline loses your bags, the contents of your bag will be insured, even items on the "no cover list". Understand that you should always compare the costs of your trip versus the cost of the travel insurance policy. If your flight is worth $150, is that worth covering? Always look for a policy with a travel insurer that is independent from your tour operator and is licensed by your appropriate state.