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Check-In makes it easy to book the right Queenstown accommodation to suit your needs. Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, we have over 100 listings in Queenstown and offer the best prices available online or anywhere else.
With Check-In’s numerous available properties in Queenstown, you have a range of options from luxury hotels to hostels, and everything in between. Check-In also lets you narrow down your choices based on location, price, popularity or rating. Whether you’re looking for four or five star accommodations in Queenstown, a lodge for backpackers or anything in between, we have choices to fit any budget.
Using our detailed descriptions you can learn about each hotel’s amenities and extra services such as business centres, free Wi-Fi access, shuttle services, on-site ski rentals and different room and rates. Each listing also has detailed photographs to give you a better idea of where you’ll be staying.
Things to Do in Queenstown
Queenstown is a bustling resort town located in Central Otago on the South Island of New Zealand. Situated right next to Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by mountains like The Remarkables, Cecil Peak and Walter Peak, it is a popular destination for ski and adventure enthusiasts. Being one of the largest commercial centres in Central Otago, second only to Dunedin, you’ll never run out of fun and exciting activities when you’re in Queenstown.
During the busy ski season from June to October, skiers and snowboarders flock to Queenstown’s many ski lodges and hotel resorts to enjoy some of the best ski fields in New Zealand on Coronet Peak and The Remarkables. But all-year round, Queenstown still offers a wide range of activities and attractions, making it the adventure capital of New Zealand. Queenstown is the birthplace of bungee or bungy jumping. A.J. Hackett Bungy was the first to develop and popular the use of bungy cords. Queenstown is also home to Nevis Bungy which has the highest jump in New Zealand. Other adrenalin sports such as skydiving, hang gliding, paragliding, biking, white water rafting and canyon swinging are also very popular.
For those wanting to explore the nearby sights, many of the amazing vistas featured in the Lord of the Rings films were filmed in and around the Queenstown area. Visitors can go adventure touring via 4x4 vehicles, horse trekking, jet boating or even just hiking to several film locations like the Pillars of the Kings, the Road to Mordor, Isengard, Lothlorien, Ithilien Camp and Amon Hen. There are many tour companies that will be happy to show you around. Queenstown is also the gateway to Fiordland where Doubtful Sound and Milford Sound, New Zealand’s top tourist destination, can be found.
And there’s more than a few ways for you to take in the scenic beauty of Queenstown. You can take a relaxing 90-minute cruise across Lake Wakatipu on the 100-year old historic steamship TSS Earnslaw. Tours by air are also available via hot air balloon, plane or helicopter, which offer unique and outstanding views of the lake, mountains and the town.
Another popular attraction is the Skyline gondola where you are taken on a scenic chairlift ride up towards Bob’s Peak while overlooking the town and lake. It’s also only a few minutes’ walk from the town centre. At the top you can grab a bite to eat or take photos from the observation deck. And if you have the need for speed, you might want to try the downhill luge course.
Around Queenstown are over 70 different wineries where some of New Zealand’s famous pinot noirs are made. Many of these wineries are open to tourists and conduct wine tastings with some also serving delicious food. The neighbouring town of Arrowtown also has many bars and restaurants which regularly cater to tourists and visitors.
And speaking of food, with Queenstown’s excellent hospitality industry you’ll never run out of excellent dining choices. Whether you’re hungry for steaks, burgers, pizza or more international and upscale dining fare, there are literally hundreds of great places to try.
Getting around the neighbouring countryside by foot or bike is a popular activity. It is near the starting point of the Routeburn Track, a world famous hiking or tramping route which takes you from the northern tip of Lake Wakatipu down west towards Lake Te Anau in Fiordland. It is one of New Zealand’s Great Walks and rated by National Geographic Adventure Magazine as one of the top trails in the world.
The Queenstown Trail is another popular route which is much closer to town. It starts at Queenstown Bay and traverses at least 110 km and connects to the towns Arrowtown and Gibbston. The terrain follows the rivers and goes around Lake Hayes.
There are also six golf courses all within a 25 minute drive of Queenstown. One of the most scenic golf courses in New Zealand is the Queensland Golf Club which is surrounded on all three sides by pristine alpine waters.
A visit to Queenstown is essential if you’re looking for the best tourist attractions that New Zealand has to offer. You’ll have no problem finding Queenstown accommodation at the lowest possible prices with Check-In’s easy booking service; giving you the opportunity to explore more of the sights and guaranteeing a pleasant and worthwhile trip.
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