From cheap hostels to self-catering accommodation and luxury hotels, there are a wide range of hotels in Queenstown to choose from.
The Queenstown hotels below have been grouped into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over NZ$500)
Moderate (NZ$250 to NZ$500)
Cheap (up to NZ$250)
These prices are for a double or twin room per night, and include all taxes and breakfast, unless otherwise specified.
Eichardt's Private Hotel
Established in 1867, Eichardt's has just five opulent suites all with roaring fires, luxurious bathrooms and lake views. Decor is a mixture of modern comfort and antique elegance. Guests can also enjoy the relaxing Parlour and comfortable House Bar. A great luxury Queenstown hotel if you want to splash out.Address: , Marine Parade, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 441 0450.
Located on the outskirts of Queenstown, the Evergreen Lodge has beautifully decorated contemporary rooms and panoramic views of the lake and the Remarkables. It's a great place to kick back and relax, dispensing with urban grit.Address: Sunshine Bay, 28 Evergreen Place, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 442 6636.
Hotel St Moritz
Within easy walking distance of the central area, this hotel enjoys a dramatic setting with panoramic lake and mountain views. Every sumptuously decorated room boasts a 40" LCD television with i-pod docking station, while there's a stylish bar, dining room and library featuring a stunning stone fireplace.Address: , 10–18 Brunswick Street, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 442 4990.
Browns Boutique Hotel
This small Queenstown hotel has knowledgeable local hosts, who know the area well, and a walled courtyard for al fresco dining. Rooms are spacious and comfortable with stylish furnishings and lovely soft bed linen. Doors open onto private balconies which give stunning views of the bay.Address: , 26 Isle Street, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 441 2050.
Tanoa Aspen Hotel
This Alpine-style resort offer 87 rooms ranging from lake-facing rooms, some with private balconies, to homely, two-bedroom apartments. There's also 24 hour service, a stoage area for skis, snowboards and bikes, laundry facilities, two spas, complimentary parking, Wi-Fi and a restaurant with fantastic views.Address: , 139 Fernhill Road, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 441 0097.
The Dairy is a classy operation - formerly a corner store, this sumptuous guest house contains 13 intimate rooms, all kitted out with designer touches and a contemporary feel. Breakfasts and afternoon teas are a treat, and there are open fireplaces for those chilly evenings. Great packages are available for skiers in winter.Address: , Corner of Brecon and Isle Streets , Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 442 5164.
Four Seasons Motel
All 15 rooms are equipped with kitchen facilities, DVD, stereo and flat screen TVs. There's a 15m (45ft) outdoor swimming pool, spa pool, BBQ, grassed play area, guest laundry and drying room for skis. Best of all, it's a short walk into the centre of town.Address: , 12 Stanley Street, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 442 8953.
This backpackers hostel offers a mix of shared and private accommodation. It has a homely friendly, with accommodation split into three separate houses. Good option for those on a budget.Address: , 4 Anderson Heights, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 442 5785.
The Black Sheep
One of the better hostels in town, The Black Sheep is located just a short walk from the city centre. Secure car parking is available. There is a spa pool, two BBQ areas, a pool table and a bar on site, plus free breakfast in the morning. Wi-fi is available throughout.Address: , 13 Frankton Road, Queenstown,
Telephone: (03) 442 7289.