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Queenstown Motel Apartments
This well-run spot combines newer units with spa bathrooms, trendy decor and private minigardens, and older 1970s-style units that represent good value for budget travellers...
Sofitel Queenstown Hotel & Spa
This giant five-star joint is set right in the heart of town. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but believe us - it's all glitz and glamour inside...
Novotel Queenstown Lakeside
What a difference a few dollars make. One of Queenstown's older hotels has been transformed into a classy, international joint, and of the global hotel chains in Queenstown, the Novotel's super-central location near the lake is one of the best in town...
Alexis Motel & Apartments
This modern hillside motel with self-contained units is an easy 10-minute walk from town along the lakefront. Ask for an end unit with snap-happy views of one of the best mountain and lake views on the planet.
Eichardt's Private Hotel
Originally opened in the 1860s, this reopened and restored boutique hotel enjoys an absolute lakefront location. Each of the five giant suites has a fireplace, lake views and a blend of antique and modern decor...
The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel
Once a corner store, the Dairy is now a luxury B&B with 13 rooms packed with classy touches like designer bed linen, silk cushions and luxurious mohair rugs. Rates also include freshly baked afternoon tea...
Bella Vista Queenstown
Identical to the rest of Bella Vista’s Kiwi empire – like all its siblings, clean and good value.
Historic Stone House Boutique Apartments
One of Queenstown's loveliest old private residences – built in 1874 – now houses three very comfortable self-contained apartments...
Amity Lodge Motel
In a quiet street around five minutes' (uphill) walk from central Queenstown, Amity Lodge combines older, but recently renovated units, and more comfortable and modern two-bedroom units...
The Arrow Private Hotel
Five understated but luxurious suites feature at this modern property set in stunning landscapes on the outskirts of Arrowtown. Accommodation is chic and contemporary with huge picture windows showcasing the surrounding countryside...
Just outside Arrowtown, this enormous resort is a town unto itself. Cosy private villas have recently been refurbished and there's a top-class golf course right at your front door...
Scenic Suites Queenstown
With one wall made of glass for huge views over town and out to the lake, this large modern complex is for those after luxury and anonymity...
Central Ridge Boutique Hotel
Visitors rave about the breakfasts, but there’s plenty more to be effusive about, such as pre-dinner canapés with Central Otago wines, underfloor heating, and spacious, modern bathrooms...
Right beside the Queenstown Gardens, this lodge has plush bed linen, cosy wooden floors, and Turkish rugs. In a town that’s somewhat lacking in good midrange accommodation, Coronation Lodge is recommended...
Arrowtown Viking Lodge Motel
These older A-frame units have a comfortable and family-friendly stamp. If the kids still have energy after a day’s travelling, wear them out even more in the swimming pool or on the playground. Barbecues aplenty make it easy to to dine alfresco.
A recent makeover has modernised Lomond Lodge's cosy decor. Share your on-the-road stories with fellow travellers in the communal kitchen and around the garden barbecue. Larger family apartments ($270 for up to four people) are also available.
Yha Queenstown Central Backpacker
Newly under the flagship of YHA, this old standard still gives tribute to the '70s with nicely carpeted walls. Standard rooms have been freshened up with blue duvets and linen, and some have lake views or private patios...
Blanket Bay Luxury Lodge
An excessively discreet world-class resort that’s a home away from home for the rich and famous. This alpine lodge is all native timber and local schist stone, and boasts stunning views...
Fancy having a helicopter pick you up on the lawn? What about a swim in a private pool looking up the Remarkables? It may all seem rather excessive (as does the price), but if you're looking to splash out in a big way, read on...
Yha Queenstown Lakefront Backpacker
This friendly alpine lodge has staff well versed in Queenstown’s myriad activities. Rooms are basic but clean; some rooms and the dining area have lake and mountain views. Queenstown’s nightlife is a 10- to 15-minute lakeside stroll away.
Handcrafted wooden furniture from a local Queenstown artisan is showcased at this modern lodge...
This funky hostel has various kitchens scattered throughout the sprawling complex. Check out the retro B&W pics of old Queenstown before strolling into town to see new Queenstown. Free vegie soup and a spa pool are added benefits.