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 ...
Right in town, close to food, shops etc. Great price!! Perfect for business travel when all you do is sleep before moving on
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).
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.
Property was in a great location and had fantastic views. The room was run down and scruffy considering the price that we paid.
Perfect position for access to CBD, yet on the edge so quiet. In the other direction, perfect position for the park, walks and cafes.
Great location, easy access to town and the Gondola for MTBing (via a shortcut behind Pinewood Lodge). Tight room but perfect for those on a budget!
The view and location for the price. 2 big beds. Nothing not to like.
Forget about the stress of the daily grind and experience the healing powers of nature at Queenstown Hill.
You'll find it in Queenstown, a much-loved city that'll charm your socks off.
Simplify things by securing a room at one of the 50 accommodation options located within walking distance of Queenstown Hill. The Eichardt's Private Hotel, The Spire Hotel Queenstown and The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel are certainly worth checking out.
Like to spend a little less on where you sleep and more on your next adventure? Then spend your nights at the Base Queenstown - Hostel, just 0.8 kilometres away.
Are you eager to pamper yourself a smidge? There is a good selection of upmarket hotels in the surrounding area. The Esplanade Queenstown and the LakeRidge Queenstown, a kilometre and 2 kilometres away, come recommended.
Coffee aficionados requiring a fix will like Vudu Cafe (16 Rees Street, Queenstown), only 0.8 kilometres from Queenstown Hill. For lunch or dinner, grab a table at Copthorne Hotel & Apartments Queenstown Lakeview. You'll find this popular spot at 88 Frankton Road, Queenstown.
Hotels in Queenstown Hill start at AU$64 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.