Discover your Queenstown accommodation
For discerning travellers preferring sustainable luxury, Alta Apartments is nestled in the foothills of Queenstown in a quiet inner city location and offers self-contained two and three bedroom apartments and two oversized studio suites.
Millennium Hotel Queenstown
Millennium Hotel Queenstown captures the essence of a truly unique region and is perfect for either an international conference venue or as a restful haven from the rigours of Queenstown's many outdoor adventure pursuits.
BreakFree The Waterfront NZ
Overlooking Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by the dramatic Remarkables mountain range, Breakfree The Waterfront offers breathtaking views of Queenstown. The resort is centrally located just a short stroll from all the action of downtown Queenstown.
Crowne Plaza Queenstown
Explore inspirational Queenstown from Crowne Plaza Queenstown's convenient central location, overlooking Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables mountain range.
Everything you could want is under one roof - your bed, your entertainment and your adventure all catered for by the friendliest team in town. Whether you're travelling alone or with a group, Base Queenstown pride themselves in ensuring each individual feels right at home.
The Rees Hotel
The Rees is located in Queenstown on the Lakefront edge of Lake Wakatipu. It's positioned so it has breathtaking views of the lake and of the Remarkable range of mountains.
BreakFree The Point NZ
BreakFree The Point is a luxury complex offering Studio Rooms and 1, 2 3 and 4 bedroom apartments on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown. For over 100 years, this destination has been the ideal place to stop and view the lake and the Remarkables mountain range.
QueenstownArguably the adventure capital of New Zealand, visitors to Queenstown fall in love with its stunning mountain ranges, crystal clear lakes and endless adventure activities. No wonder then that it is one of the most highly sought after tourist destinations in the world. Winter is the best time to see Queenstown, when the surrounding mountains are blanketed in snow and the skifields are in full swing. However, the area is equally picturesque during the other seasons, especially autumn when the trees turn various shades of yellow, red and brown.
Queenstown is the kind of place where there is plenty to do - no matter what your interests. For those who like to watch the world go by, there are many, many cafes, restaurants and bars where you can relax, put your feet up and let others do all the hard work. Fans of snow can choose from skiing, snow boarding, snow shoeing, ice skating, snowmobiling and the spectacular heli-skiing or boarding; water-lovers can try canyoning, jetboating, river surfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, rafting hot pools, sailing and cruising. For those who like to look down on the world, there’s parapenting, para sailing, hot air ballooning, sky diving, abseiling, aerobatics, scenic flights, gliding, hang gliding and scenic flights. Sports-oriented visitors can try their hand at clay target shooting, mountain biking, tennis, climbing, hunting and horse treking.
There are numerous guided tours which take in the wildlife, scenery, historic sites, cultural landmarks, gardens, wineries and the many other attractions the region has to offer. In fact, no matter how long you stay in Queenstown, you couldn’t possibly do or see everything.