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Azur Luxury Lodge - Queenstown Hotels

Azur Luxury Lodge

23 MacKinnon Terrace, Queenstown - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (10 reviews)
AZUR IS AN INTIMATE LUXURY LODGE FEATURING 9 CONTEMPORARY DECORATED IN A CHIC NEW ZEALAND STYLE. THE LODGE AND VILLAS SIT ON …More
Eichardt's Private Hotel - Queenstown Hotels

Eichardt's Private Hotel

2 Marine Parade, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Cosy!"
Loved staying here... Beautiful post skiing bath and real fire in my rooms!
A Traveller
The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel - Queenstown Hotels

The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel

10 Isle Street, Queenstown - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (28 reviews)
The Spire Hotel Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

The Spire Hotel Queenstown

3-5 Church Lane, Queenstown - Map
 
 
4.9 out of 5 (9 reviews)
The Spire Queenstown is an award winning 5 star luxury boutique hotel. The Spire features just ten stylishly spacious guest …More
Platinum Queenstown Villas - Queenstown Hotels

Platinum Queenstown Villas

96 Fernhill Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
Villa was absolutely exceptional apart from the beds. Far too soft, very poor for spinal support
A Traveller
Pounamu Apartments Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Pounamu Apartments Queenstown

110 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"1 Bedroom Apartment with Lake Views"
A well set up and located apartment. Beautiful lake and mountain views and a 15 minute walk down to the town centre. Carparks in the basement were wide and easy to get to and from. Great storage in the basement for skis etc.
Traveller from Auckland
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel - Queenstown Hotels

Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel

21 Robins Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Perfect in every way."
I don't normally bother rating our accommodation as they arent usually that inspiring however this one deserves glowing reviews all round. The staff are great, all of them, which is rare. The rooms have everything you need, plus some unusual features which make the room special. Oh and the nightly canapé hour was a highlight, such a lovely addition. Can't fault it.
Traveller from Sydney
Queenstown?s newest luxury boutique hotel opened December 2007. With urban design, contemporary style and exclusive service …More
Hilton Queenstown Resort & Spa - Queenstown Hotels

Hilton Queenstown Resort & Spa

Kawarau Village, 79 Peninsula Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
Service wasn't great-key stopped working about 7 times, each time we had to go to reception and have it re-issued(key not kept with cell ph). On one occasion we rung reception from hall way to bring us a key, we waited for 20min outside our room and no one came so we had to go down to reception. Also asked for ice and champagne glasses each night which also took 25min! Rooms lovely and spacious😀
Traveller from New Zealand
As part of the one of the largest resorts in the region Hilton Queenstown is the definitive luxury experience on the south …More
Highview Apartments - Queenstown Hotels

Highview Apartments

66-70 Thompson Street, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"Excellent Place to Stay, highly recommended "
Stunning view, apartments are very modern, spacious and really clean. We both loved staying there. Sitting in front of the gas fireplace while looking out at the view was so relaxing. Everything about these apartments made our stay so comfortable, from the full size kitchen, laundry facilities in the room ( great when you come back from a day skiing), gas fire, two flat screen tvs, comfortable king size bed and the amazing view.
Traveller from Canberra, Australia
Highview Apartments offers luxury Queenstown, New Zealand accommodaiton overlooking Lake Wakatipu , with stunning views …More
Millennium Hotel Queenstown - Queenstown Hotels

Millennium Hotel Queenstown

32 Frankton Road, Queenstown - Map
 
 
"A nice place for a quick stay"
We only had a short stay at the Millenium and it was good. The room was clean, spacious, a bit dark but comfortable. The bathroom was nice and clean. There was free car parking near by and affordable Wi-Fi. The gym and spa were also clean and well kept. It was a good stay overall.
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia

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    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.

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