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Crowne Plaza Hotel Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Crowne Plaza Hotel Queenstown

Beach Street, Queenstown - Map
"Comfortable hotel, right by the city center"
Room was excellent - the desk and chair were comfortable to work at for extended periods (sadly, I did have to work). Bed was SO COMFORTABLE; best hotel bed ever. I liked having a small table and chairs on the deck. The room temperature control was responsive; the room was way too hot when I arrived but I got it to cool down within 10 mins. The reception staff were professional, friendly, and efficient. Wifi was overpriced - 45 mins per day free, but an extortionate amount to buy a 7 day pass: as much as two months total mobile and internet bill combined at home. This isn't good enough in 2015.
A Traveller
Azur Luxury Lodge - Queenstown Hotels

Azur Luxury Lodge

23 MacKinnon Terrace, Queenstown - Map
5.0 out of 5 (11 reviews)
Heritage Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Heritage Queenstown

91 Fernhill Road, Queenstown - Map
Good location out of town - room a it dusty and beds a bit soft.
A Traveller
Hilton Queenstown Resort & Spa - Queenstown Hotels

Hilton Queenstown Resort & Spa

Kawarau Village, 79 Peninsula Road, Queenstown - Map
"a very comfortable stay"
My partner and I decided to take a night away in Queenstown without children. The staff at the Hilton were true professionals, they welcomed us and made us feel at home from the moment we arrived to the time we checked out. There were some nice touches like the little chocolate sweets left for us in the room and the bed (a king size) was very comfortable. There is a good walking / cycle track down by the waters edge which was well maintained and sign posted. I felt that the facilities such as the lap pool, spa, steam & sauna were excellent and also clean, well maintained and the smell of chlorine was not overbearing like it can be in some pools. We had a view of the lake from our balcony and although we were there on a windy day the hotel seemed to be well sited to be sheltered from it. I highly recommend the Hilton as a place to stay for anyone wanting some time out or for a special occasion.
Traveller from Wanaka
As part of the one of the largest resorts in the region Hilton Queenstown is the definitive luxury experience on the south …More
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel - Queenstown Hotels

Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel

21 Robins Road, Queenstown - Map
"Great breakfast and really comfortable rooms. "
My only complaint was that the cheeseboard was in the fridge so I didn't have time to let it warm up enough to eat.
Traveller from Sydney
Queenstown?s newest luxury boutique hotel opened December 2007. With urban design, contemporary style and exclusive service …More
Arrowtown Lodge - Arrowtown Hotels

Arrowtown Lodge

7 Anglesea Street, Arrowtown - Map
Highview Apartments - Queenstown Hotels

Highview Apartments

66-70 Thompson Street, Queenstown - Map
"Nice hotel and only a short walk to town centre.."
Nice new modern apartment close to everything.. With parking a premium in Queenstown was only a short stroll to restaurants and night life..
A Traveller
Highview Apartments offers luxury Queenstown, New Zealand accommodaiton overlooking Lake Wakatipu , with stunning views …More
The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments - Queenstown Hotels

The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments

377 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
"Near the lake in Queenstown."
A good establishment in a lovely setting. Well appointed room and very attentive staff.
A Traveller
The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel - Queenstown Hotels

The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel

10 Isle Street, Queenstown - Map
"Lots of charm"
The Dairy is a lovely little place to stay. The bed was very comfortable, the room was lovely and it was in a great location in the middle of Queenstown.
Traveller from Australia
The Spire Hotel Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

The Spire Hotel Queenstown

3-5 Church Lane, Queenstown - Map
4.9 out of 5 (10 reviews)
The Spire Queenstown is an award winning 5 star luxury boutique hotel. The Spire features just ten stylishly spacious guest …More

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    Pocket Guide: 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!