For more budget-friendly hotel options in Queenstown, try Base Queenstown or Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak. Southern Laughter Backpackers is a good, reasonably priced option situated 1300 feet from the city center with a room rate from 38US$. You will find Element Escapes apartment just a stone's throw from name.
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Where to stay in Queenstown?
Best cheap hotels in Queenstown
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Amity Serviced Apartments, which is situated just in the city center, features free self-parking and a patio. Heartland Hotel Queenstown is a 3-star hotel that is a 5-minute walk to the center and a 5-minute walk to Queenstown Resort College restaurant. If you want to stay in a vibrant area of Queenstown, look for hotels in Fern Hill district, such as Azur or Kamana Lakehouse.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Queenstown
Visitors looking for a luxury hotel in Queenstown with free self-parking and skiing should consider The Waterfront, which lies near Jardine Park. Thc Nugget Point with a tennis court, squash courts and snow skiing is an elegant boutique hotel a mere 15-minute walk from Arthurs Point Road. For those who prefer a chain hotel experience, the 5-star Eichardt'S Private Hotel, situated close to Peninsular Track, would be a great option.
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A trip to Queenstown would not be complete without seeing The Ledge Bungy & Swing, so you may consider staying at the comfortable apartments, such as Heritage Heights Apartments and Luxury On The Lake. Esplanade Queenstown, situated near Patricia Anne (Paddy) Burton, is a cozy bed-and-breakfast hotel offering a golf course, hiking and mini golf. If you're traveling to Queenstown on business, staying near Queenstown Holiday Park & Motels Creeksyde at Earnslaw Lodge may be a good option. Peppers Beacon is a resort hotel within walking distance from Remarkables Mountain and Lake Wakatipu.
City Guide: Discover the best of Queenstown
Queenstown won its name because "it was fit for Queen Victoria''.
Named after the royal, Queenstown became a wealthy place due to the second largest gold mines ever discovered in the world. Since then it has experienced a swell of visitors for a gold rush of a different kind - tourism.
Today the New Zealand destination receives more than 1.2 million tourists a year and you too can travel to the city. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Queenstown to a luxury one all are available at Booked.net. Check them out with maps, photos and secure forms.
Away from its historic heritage, Queenstown displays a big-city energy. Very compact, but with an incredible atmosphere of fun, Queenstown is surrounded by a knot of sun-kissed beaches on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and is the perfect base for your action packed vacation. From rafting, jetboating, skydiving, skiing, snowboarding, bungee jumping and so on, Queensland is a destination of long lasting memories as it has won the ranking of Adventure Capital of the World.
Along with natural beauty goes cultural splendor in Queenstown. If you want to explore the Queenstown of both worlds – natural and cultivated, you should tour it. The easiest way to view the town's magnificent setting is to hop aboard a Gondola and reach the nearby Bob's Peak for stunning views. But Queenstown is not only a destination to get involved with beautiful views, but an opportunity to participate in the natural life. Thus, along with extremes like Waterskiing and Scenic Helicopter flights goes historic Arrowtown.
Otherwise, you may enjoy Queenstown's laid-back feel during bar-hopping and eating out at its world-class restaurants. After filling dining, you may occupy yourself lakeside, but don't be in hurry to leave it as the sun goes down. This is the time when the best in Queenstown starts. You can find a waterside bench there and enjoy the most impressive sunsets you've ever seen.
There is a little something for everyone in Queenstown and its set of attractions have lifted it to prominence as one of the world's top tourism destinations and for a trip there you should consider an advance booking at Booked.net.