Queenstown, New Zealand’s tourism hub and a most popular destination is densely packed with hotels. You can rest your tired head in hostels all the way up to the most opulent resorts. But which Queenstown accommodation is appropriate for your specific needs and desires? Do you want to go on a couples retreat? A spot for a girls’ weekend? Or what are the best hotels for families? We can help you discover a suitable place to stay in Queenstown.
Stylish, colorful hotel with spectacular views of Lake Wakatipu. QT Queenstown was New Zealand’s first QT-branded hotel. One more is in Wellington and the newest in the family is QT Auckland. The QT hotels are well-known for being a little different from the others.
The open kitchen of the Bazaar restaurant features many food stations where you can see the cooks work their culinary magic. Next door is Red Bar, which serves exceptional drinks and small bites. Both the restaurant and the bar provide breathtaking views of the lake.
There is a little heated pool in the motel.
The rooms are reasonably sized (beginning at 37sqm | 398sqft). They decorate them in a quirky, colorful, and inviting style. Consequently, tourists really enjoy the standard QT minibar, which includes equipment for making their own martini (shaken or stirred) and large knitted blankets.
The QT is one of the top hotels in Queenstown if you want a stylish hotel that’s great for capturing lots of pictures and films and is close to town.
The Spire Hotel
This premium boutique hotel is concealed in plain sight in a small laneway in the center of Queenstown. The hotel’s lobby looks more like an art gallery than a check-in desk, and the staff’s outstanding service is equally subtle and discrete. Upon arrival, each visitor is not only escorted to their room. But they can get on a tour of the hotel and its amenities, including the on-site restaurant.
The Spire Hotel offers only ten suites that have been meticulously designed down to the finest detail. The suites are all 60sqm | 645sqft in size. As a result, they have a gas fireplace, a minibar, and a bathroom with a separate tub and shower. All apartments offer a big balcony with outdoor seats, some of which overlook the lovely alley and others which have partial lake and mountain views.
A magnificent hidden gem in the heart of Queenstown for couples or business travelers.
Novotel Queenstown Lakehouse
You can rely on Novotel to discover the most incredible places for their buildings. The Novotel Queenstown, is strategically placed and only a few steps from the lake. Just like the one in Rotorua.
The hotel includes a beautiful garden with the Elements Lounge bar. On the hotel’s rooftop, Elements restaurant produces its own honey! Any honey you put on your toast for breakfast will blow your mind.
The hotel also features a gym and a spa bath where guests may unwind after a day of touring Queenstown.
All rooms are roughly 26sqm | 279 sqft in size, with some having lake views.
Blue Peaks Lodge – stay in Queenstown
Blue Peaks Lodge, one of the greatest value for money hotels in Queenstown, is incredibly popular and frequently sells out. It’s no surprise minutes away from Queenstown’s hustle and bustle. But still far enough away to enjoy a more peaceful neighborhood. That it’s centrally positioned.
Blue Peaks Lodge is a Queenstown motel, thus you can park your car for free on their site! Because the lodge is only a short walk from the town center, you may leave your car parked and independently enjoy all of Queenstown’s activities (such as the Skyline and Luge, lake cruises, restaurants, bars, and so on). In the winter, you don’t even need to go into town to catch the ski bus; there’s a stop right in front of the hotel.
The rooms start at 20 square meters (215 square feet). This is for Blue Peaks’ single ‘hotel’ accommodation, the Queen Room (meaning without kitchen amenities other than tea and coffee). The Studio (34 sqm | 366 sqft), 1-bedroom apartment (37 sqm | 398 sqft), and 2-bedroom apartment (55 sqm | 592 sqft) all offer large kitchenettes with a large fridge, microwave, and hob. So ideal for autonomous family vacations or staying with friends.
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