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The Lofts Apartments - Queenstown Hotels

The Lofts Apartments

61 Shotover Street, Queenstown - Map
"Extremely handy to everything....."
Stayed for 5 nights whilst we took in the sights of Queenstown and the area. Would definitely recommend, especially if you could get a higher floor (and a possible view) - which are the larger suites. Being Easter, the town (and this accommodation) was booked out.....otherwise we would have requested a change of room. There was scaffolding right outside our room and then a double storey wall which made it very claustrophobic and dark. Yes, we know repairs and maintenance needs to be done - but it was a real downside to the trip. We couldn't tell what the weather was like from inside our "cave", but it was cooler indoors because of the overshadowing wall.
Traveller from Auckland
Heritage Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Heritage Queenstown

91 Fernhill Road, Queenstown - Map
"Lovely hotel. Great atmosphere in restaurant"
Love the restaurant. Great touches such as board games for kids so parents can relax. Not walking distance to Queenstown is the only negative.
A Traveller
Scenic Suites Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Scenic Suites Queenstown

27 Stanley Street, Queenstown - Map
"Convenient location, close to centre"
We enjoyed the well-designed layout of the accomodation. Everything was clean and comfortable. We had a fabulous view of the lights around Lake Wakatipu in the evenings from our suite. The staff were very helpful and pleasant.
Traveller from Christchurch
Heartland Hotel Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Heartland Hotel Queenstown

27 Stanley Street, Queenstown - Map
Good location in Queenstown. Offers a pretty solid breakfast. Free parking which is a blessing
A Traveller
Bella Vista Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Bella Vista Queenstown

36 Robins Road, Queenstown - Map
"Good value for money. Conveniently located "
Queenstown accommodations are quiet expensive. If you're on a budget I would definitely recommend this hotel. Neat and clean, looks like the room and bathroom is newly refurbished. Great location, short walk to a bus stop, cbd and the skyline gondola. Generous supply of shampoo, conditioner and hand/body wash (310 ml each). Good heater, good stream of shower. Very lovely staff, Liz. The room that we stayed is the small standard room. Cons in that room are: the tap is the old fashioned separate hot and cold (2 taps) which is a bit inconvenient especially during the cold weather and there is no hand shower. But for the price I paid for, I am very happy with our stay and would highly recommend this hotel.
A Traveller
Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown

38-54 Lake Esplanade, Queenstown - Map
"Nice Hotel close to town and lake "
This is a quiet hotel close to town and lake edge and lovely views of mountains and lake. The airport bus stops outside.
A Traveller
The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments - Queenstown Hotels

The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments

377 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
"luxury hotel with wonderful mountain views"
Our well appointed non-lake view apartment came with a lake view! You can take the lakefront walk into town which is a lovely way to get there or take the hotel shuttle which runs every hour. Overall, the hotel is very good, the rooms comfortable and the staff helpful. True South restaurant offered the best food I have had in Queenstown.
A Traveller
Central Ridge Boutique Hotel - Queenstown Hotels

Central Ridge Boutique Hotel

4 Sydney Street, Queenstown - Map
"Central to Queenstown shops and attractions."
King size beds !! A requirement when traveling. Spacious, comfortable and quiet rooms and very helpful staff.We will stay again.
Traveller from Auckland NZ
Just three minutes walk from downtown boutiques, cafés and restaurants, the Central Ridge Boutique Hotel, Queenstown offers …More
Oaks Club Resort - Queenstown Hotels

Oaks Club Resort

171-179 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
"Great view of the lake"
Great view. A little out of town so you will need a car or taxi or a long walk to get to town. Good parking - although access drive is steep. Well maintained room. Staff were helpful.
A Traveller
DoubleTree by Hilton Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

DoubleTree by Hilton Queenstown

Kawarau Village 79 Peninsula Road, Queenstown - Map
"Over the river from the town. Nice and quiet."
Modern accom l0 minutes from town, airport , restaurants and shops.
Traveller from australia

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    Accommodation In Queenstown

    Explore Queenstown, the land of The Lord of the Rings movies and adventure capital of the world. Whether you are looking for an adrenaline rush or just want to relax, we have great rates on Queenstown accommodation.

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    Queenstown began life as a gold mining town in the 1860's and was named for its stunning natural beauty as it was ‘fit for Queen Victoria’. Today, the region is known for its wide range of extreme sports, such as skydiving, hang-gliding, rafting and abseiling. Bungy jumping is also one of Queenstown’s specialties, with the world’s first commercial bungy jump established in 1988 and an estimated 350,000 people taking part since then. Another activity to be pioneered in Queenstown was tandem parapenting, which involves attaching the passenger to the 'pilot' and running off the edge of a mountain side. Those who have experienced it compare it to feeling like a bird gliding to earth.

    A visit during ski season (June to October) is also sure to get your heart rate up. The Treble Cone Ski Area, Cardrona Alpine Resort and the Nordic ski area of Waiorau Snow Farm are popular for skiing, snowboarding and ice-climbing.

    If extreme sports aren’t your cup of tea, embark on a tour outside of the Queenstown CBD. A real-life Middle Earth, Queenstown’s scenery will have you snapping pictures from the moment you lay eyes on it. From crystal-clear lakes to snow-capped mountains, hikers and sightseers will love the stunning Fiordland National Park, which is home to natural wonders such as Milford Sound and Mitre Peak. For a step back in time, visit the 19th century gold rush town of Arrowtown, 20 minutes from Queenstown. End your day with a visit to one of the 75 local wineries and try South Island’s famous pinot noir. Yum!

    Queenstown is located on the shores of the iconic Lake Wakatipu, an 84km lake that stretches through three towns. The Maori legend behind Lake Wakatipu tells the story of a giant who was burnt to death in his sleep after kidnapping the chief’s daughter. The fire melted the snow from the surrounding mountains, filled the S-shaped crater left by the giant. Mysteriously, the lake’s water level also rises and falls by about 12cm every five minutes. Is it because of the giant’s still-beating heart? Visit Lake Wakatipu and decide for yourself.

    So pack your bucket list and get ready for adventure with our cheap flights to Queenstown and Queenstown accommodation. You’ll have the experience of a lifetime!