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Nugget Point Queenstown Hotel - Arthur's Point Hotels

Nugget Point Queenstown Hotel

146 Arthurs Point Road, Arthur's Point - Map
 
 
"Fab view over the Shotover River. Always changing."
Loved it and would go back. But room looking a bit tired and due for a makeover.
A Traveller
Garden Court Suites And Apartments - Queenstown Hotels

Garden Court Suites And Apartments

41 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
Good location, friendly staff, well equipped kitchen. Sofa bed not very comfortable to sleep on.
A Traveller
Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown

38-54 Lake Esplanade, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Good views, food o.k. Nice staff."
Stayed 4 days early Feb. Hotel a bit tired, comfortable enough, with large rooms, good beds. Minuses were , no wi fi ,only one elevator, rooms not serviced until 4 p.m. Food was fine and staff were nice and service oriented All in all a satisfactory stay.
Traveller from Dunedin
Heartland Hotel Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Heartland Hotel Queenstown

27 Stanley Street, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Great hotel close to town."
My partner and i checked into the Heartland Hotel Queenstown for 4 nights in January 2016. The hotel was generally very clean and the rooms, big and spacious. The room service menu was decent (good variety) and the food tasty. The hotel was also very close to town centre (5 minute walk down the hill). The room provided had the most amazing view of the lake too - for the price paid, we where both very happy with the decision to stay at Heartland.
Traveller from Perth, WA
Scenic Suites Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Scenic Suites Queenstown

27 Stanley Street, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel Close to City Centre"
I had a very comfortable and well appointed room. It was ground floor and unfortunately no views of the beautiful scenery. But I wasn't in the room for long so no real concern about that. Wo-if was promoting Buffet breakfast as $15 (approximately). Hotel wouldn't honour that because they were actually $25 and used the "approximately" as an excuse to get out of it. I must admit I thought $15 sounded to good to be true, so paid the $25 and had a good value breakfast. The Hotel is built on a tricky site and a has made maximum use f the space, but it does mean a bit of walking to get from some rooms to the reception or dining area, some of it going outside for a very short walk - weather was great so no problem when we stayed.
Traveller from Sth Island, New Zealand
Cardrona Alpine Apartments - Cardrona Hotels

Cardrona Alpine Apartments

Cardrona Valley Road, Cardrona - Map
 
 
It took a while get up the road but well worth it!
A Traveller
The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments - Queenstown Hotels

The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments

377 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Lovely lake view."
The lakeview apartment has almost the whole 180 degrees view of the lake. The free hourly shuttle service was very good.
A Traveller
Queenstown TOP 10 Holiday Park - Arthur's Point Hotels

Queenstown TOP 10 Holiday Park

70 Arthurs Point Road, Arthur's Point - Map
 
 
Excellent value for money. Friendly staff. Highly recommend for a place to stay just out of Queenstown.
A Traveller
Millennium Hotel Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Millennium Hotel Queenstown

32 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Comfort and Convenience "
Quiet, really comfortable and spacious. Great location with just a 10 minute walk to the village.
Traveller from hamilton nz
The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel - Queenstown Hotels

The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel

10 Isle Street, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Great location and very welcoming common lounge "
The hotel is very small and caters well for small groups of 4 or 6. The lounge areas allow for informal gatherings and the breakfast tables are set as 6's. We would stay there again next time we travel to Queenstown
Traveller from Melbourne

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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.

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    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.

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