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Oaks Club Resort Queenstown

Breathtaking views of Lake Wakatipu are just part of the appeal of accommodation at Oaks Club Resort. A luxuriously appointed apartment-style Queenstown hotel, it is conveniently located on Frankton Road, the main road into picturesque and popular Queenstown.

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Oaks Shores Queenstown

Located on the very scenic Lake Wakatipu, Oaks Shores is a luxuriously appointed Queenstown apartment-style hotel in the most popular New Zealand's ski resort town, Queenstown. Oaks Shores is only a short distance from world-class ski fields, golf courses, vineyards and various adventure activities.

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Alta Apartments

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.

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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.

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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.

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Peppers Beacon

Situated on the pristine shores of Lake Wakatipu, with superb lake and mountain views, Peppers Beacon Queenstown offers the perfect accommodation base for exploring this exciting year-round destination or simply relishing in the finer things in life.

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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.

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South Island, Wanaka

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Wanaka

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Wanaka is set on a tree-lined avenue, offering a comfortable but refined base to enjoy the many delights of New Zealand's South Island. The resort is only a short stroll from the lakeshore and just two kilometres from the heart of the village.

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Crowne Plaza Queenstown

Explore inspirational Queenstown from Crowne Plaza Queenstown's convenient central location, overlooking Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables mountain range.

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South Island, Queenstown

Base Queenstown

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.

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South Island, Queenstown

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.

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South Island, Wanaka

Maple Lodge Wanaka

Experience this 5-star B&B, located in the beautiful alpine resort of Lake Wanaka just 4km from the town centre.

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Otago

Otago is the second most southerly region of the country, and one of the most diverse. Its 32,000 square kilometres encompasses mountainous regions and vast open plains, glacier-fed rivers and deserted sandy beaches.

Nestled near the bottom of the South Island, Otago has a traditional farming heritage plus many little-known natural and historic treasures. Where else can you walk among wild seals, visit a life-sized but miniature castle, kayak through semi-submersed caves, or jet boat down rock-strewn rivers? Otago has it all – accessible wildlife, adventure tourism, world class vineyards and restaurants, historic sites, deserted white sandy beaches and vistas of staggering beauty.

Otago has a number of areas worth visiting, each with its own personality and each different from the last.

Dunedin is the region’s only city (population 124,000). It lies at the head of picturesque Otago Harbour on one side and looks out over the Pacific Ocean on the other. It is surrounded by hills which are the remnants of an extinct volcano. A hive of activity during the academic year, it is the most southerly port of call for cruise ships visiting New Zealand.

Queenstown is the tourist mecca of the South Island and a must-see destination for all visitors to New Zealand. Sited on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, the town is surrounded by snow-clad mountains in winter while in summer water sports are popular. There are a number of fabulous resorts and golf courses in the area, plus sufficient adventure tourism activities for the most die-hard adventurer.