Had a private double room, with en suite - so not typical hostel experience. Very nice room and facilities - basic, but good clean "motel" quality. Good view from upper floor and balcony. Nice and central in Queenstown. But expensive (paying for the location, of course).
Perfect position for access to CBD, yet on the edge so quiet. In the other direction, perfect position for the park, walks and cafes.
Nice room and good having a separate shower (not over the bath!). Valet parking price steep tho
Right in town, close to food, shops etc. Great price!! Perfect for business travel when all you do is sleep before moving on
Liked that it was so close to town.Rooms quite private Didnt like very dim lighting.Also seemed very low occupancy yet a family with two small children were put in adjacent room- would have thought one room separation would have been thoughtful. Not ideal waking to a baby crying and children playing ...
The location was great. So close to town, an easy walk to the shops and cafes, alongside the lake. The staff were friendly and very helpful. It would have been great to have a power point or two beside the bed for charging phones etc.
Property was in a great location and had fantastic views. The room was run down and scruffy considering the price that we paid.
Great location and very friendly and efficient staff. Lack of secure parking meant we had to park in one of the two disability parks. Just as well they were not needed for the night.
Cookie Time is the perfect excuse for a holiday.
We're sure it won't be the only thing you'll want to see in Queenstown, a wonderful city that's loved by many.
With no less than 58 hotels within a short stroll of Cookie Time, you'll have no worries finding a wonderful place. The Eichardt's Private Hotel, The Spire Hotel Queenstown and The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel are most definitely worth checking out.
If you want low-price accommodation, Base Queenstown - Hostel is where you should book. It's in a convenient spot, just 0.2 kilometres away.
If you're hoping to live it up, you'll discover several luxury hotels as well. Try the Esplanade Queenstown, 0.9 kilometres away. The LakeRidge Queenstown, a kilometre away, is also a suggested spot.
When you can't stop thinking about the perfect cup of coffee, head to Vudu Cafe at 16 Rees Street, Queenstown. For something more substantial, you only need to walk 0.9 kilometres to come across Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown (38/54 Lake Esplanade, Queenstown).
Hotels in Cookie Time start at AU$90 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.