Queenstown

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9 reviews
The staff is exceptionally helpful and can arrange anything from a massage to a helicopter ride. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
The Rees puts luxe on the lake in Queenstown, making it an unsurprising choice for celebrities and high-end travellers — The Telegraph
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7 reviews
Designer digs in downtown Queenstown with an award-winning spa and killer mountain views. — Jetsetter
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8 reviews
This intimate, and expensive, lodge is designed for big spenders who want views worth their weight in gold — Star Service
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8 reviews
Matakauri Lodge & Spa is just an eight-minute drive from the action, but feels a world away, set among cabbage trees and Douglas firs. — Travel + Leisure
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6 reviews
The Heritage Queenstown Hotel is an upscale property in a rural setting with postcard views of Lake Wakatipu and Ben Lomond mountains, which are popular for skiing. — Oyster
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6 reviews
Sleek and known for standout service, The Spire hotel in Queenstown is a boutiqie bolthole on the South Island of New Zealand. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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6 reviews
Distinctive for its contemporary architecture designed to echo the shape of the area's rugged peaks, this property has a prime location wedged between two parks — Star Service
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5 reviews
The Dairy Private Hotel is a charming upper-middle-range boutique property with a modern farmhouse vibe and scenic views, located within a five-minute walk of downtown Queenstown. — Oyster
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3 reviews
Hotel St Moritz boasts an unbeatable view of The Remarkables mountain range, a central Queenstown location, quirky décor and excellent food for an experience that exceeds expectations for a big chain hotel — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
There are 69 rooms with standalone bath-tubs and gel beds. The top-floor Remarkable King rooms get the best of the views. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Located close to the town center, near shopping and three blocks from the lake, this hotel sits a notch above its much older sibling, the Copthorne, in the ranks, but the Crowne Plaza bests them both — Star Service
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2 reviews
Smiling staffers are attentive to arrivals, and even the housekeeping staffers give a cheery welcome in the hallways. — Star Service
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3 reviews
Golf and spa complex of cottages and villas, in a pastoral mountain valley just 20 minutes from Queenstown. — Travel + Leisure
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2 reviews
Built with money from New Zealand’s 19th-century gold rush, Hulbert House has been lovingly restored to create a luxurious Victorian guesthouse a stone’s throw from the centre of Queenstown — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
In addition to remodeling this unique stay into something between a small boutique hotel and a B&B, owner Louise Kiely gave it a big revamp in 2010. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
Bright, new, contemporary -- with big living areas, good-size bathrooms, and lovely kitchens—the apartments here are roomy and they have proximity to town on their side. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
It's not just the hillside backdrop by Lake Wakatipu, or the gardens, or the spacious guest rooms that set this place apart; it's the the friendliness and service of the hosts. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
One of NZ’s flagship YHAs in an excellent, quiet location 7min walk from town. — Rough Guide
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2 reviews
This homegrown holiday hotel holds high standards and presents a good many facilities for a hotel of this size. — Star Service
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