NZ$71 Queenstown accommodation
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- Reavers Lodge56 Hamilton Rd, Queenstown
The price is NZ$79 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 1
- Pinewood Lodge48 Hamilton Road, Queenstown
The price is NZ$71 per night from Feb 4 to Feb 5
- Amber Lodge Motel1 Gorge Road, Queenstown
The price is NZ$99 per night from Jan 30 to Jan 31
- Copthorne Hotel and Resort Queenstown Lakefront27 Frankton Road, Queenstown
The price is NZ$134 per night from Jan 29 to Jan 30
- Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown38-54 Lake Esplanade, Queenstown
The price is NZ$127 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 1
- Queenstown TOP 10 Holiday Park70 Arthurs Point Road, Arthur's Point
The price is NZ$102 per night from Jan 29 to Jan 30
Top luxury Queenstown hotel deals
- The Rees Hotel and Luxury Apartments377 Frankton Road, Queenstown
The price is NZ$195 per night from Feb 7 to Feb 84.7/5Exceptional! (134 reviews)
- Platinum Queenstown Villas96 Fernhill Road, Fernhill, Queenstown4.9/5Exceptional! (72 reviews)
- Hilton Queenstown Resort & SpaKawarau Village, 79 Peninsula Road, Queenstown
The price is NZ$152 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 14.3/5Excellent! (189 reviews)
- The Spire Hotel Queenstown3-5 Church Lane, Queenstown
The price is NZ$386 per night from Feb 2 to Feb 34.9/5Exceptional! (9 reviews)
- Millbrook Resort1124 Malaghans Road, Arrowtown
The price is NZ$249 per night from Feb 3 to Feb 44.9/5Exceptional! (312 reviews)
- Millennium Hotel Queenstown32 Frankton Road, Queenstown
The price is NZ$132 per night from Jan 29 to Jan 304.2/5Very Good! (185 reviews)
Accommodation In Queenstown
Queenstown is a city that groups have long sought after for its treasure. The Maori people first arrived in search of Greenstone. Then Europeans settled after the gold rush was declared in the mid 19th century. Nowadays, people come from far and wide to bask in the natural treasures Queenstown has to offer. Our Queenstown hotels will give you access to those treasures - beautiful scenery, delicious food and wine, and a laidback lifestyle.
Everywhere you look in Queenstown, there's incredible scenery. Lake Wakatipu offers some great swimming beaches, beautiful alpine views and rides on the historic T.S.S. Earnslaw paddle steamer. This lake is also unique in that its unusual shape causes its waters to rise and fall about 10 centimetres every 25 minutes, in what many refer to as a "standing wave". However, Maori legend says that the rising and falling tide is due to the heartbeat of the giant monster, Matau, who sleeps at the bottom of the lake. Whether you believe in monsters or not, you'll find the lake is beautiful and peaceful, much like Fiordland National Park, where you can see rare animals and plant life, nestled amongst gorgeous mountains and valleys.
Queenstown is also lovingly known as "the bungy capital of the world", but bungy jumping isn't the only adventure sport you can try here. There's forest ziplining, white water rafting, jet boat riding, paragliding, kayaking and charter boat fishing. Queenstown is also the world's first ever river surfing spot. Grab a boogie board and take advantage of the opportunity to ride the white water rapids without a raft. If that isn't enough, there are plenty of opportunities to hit the slopes and have a go at skiing and/or snowboarding in winter. Don't forget to check out our Queenstown ski accommodation. If you want some real winter fun, the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival goes for 10 days in June. This event has been running since 1975 and never seems to disappoint with its street parties, live entertainment, fireworks displays and snow sports events.
If you're not really into extreme sports, and just want a laidback holiday, you'll find it in Queenstown. There are lots of wineries to tour and a lively bar scene to enjoy. You can also sit down at award-winning restaurants that serve a wide range of cuisine choices. After you've had your fill, you might like to pick up some high-end fashion items, beautiful handcrafted jewellery or one-of-a-kind artworks. Shotover Street, Beach Street, Ballarat Street and Camp Street are the main shopping strips for these kinds of pieces. You can also find arts, crafts, fresh produce and gourmet food items at the Remarkables Market on Saturday mornings in summer.
The airport is only 10 minutes from the centre of town and the public bus system is great, so you won't have any trouble getting around. So, check out our cheap flights to Queenstown, book your Queenstown accommodation and enjoy this treasured city.
How much is a hotel room in Queenstown?
Hotels in Queenstown start at NZ$71 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.