Stayed here for 4 days for a wedding which was very convenient. Room was standard, beds were clean and comfortable, room very clean. Our room was in waterfall building which was nice overlooking bushland and could hear waterfall. Didn't really use any of the hotel facilities other than restaurant for breakfast a few times which was ok, although buffett seemed very over priced so just ordered a la carte which was reasonable. The walk into town is easy about 20minutes but coming back up is tougher! The hotel was very strict on 2pm check in (which a number of our friends checking in on different days also experienced) but was fine sitting on the balcony waiting looking at the beautiful view.
This family-friendly Queenstown hotel is located near the airport, within 1 mi (2 km) of SKYCITY Wharf Casino, Kiwi and …More
It appears that the room next door is an apt with a full time resident. They were partying till the early morning and you could hear everything in our room. Not a good nights sleep at all. Location is good and rooms are clean.
Traveller from Austin tx
Located in Frankton, this luxury apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Queenstown Event Centre and Alpine Aqualand. Remarkables …More
We stayed in the Rees for our last 2 nights in NZ, after a 3-week holiday touring the country, and enjoyed our time there.
This was the only 5-star hotel we visited in during the holiday, and the lake view room was fantastic with good views from the balcony. Room and facilities was excellent, all staff (from reception to house keeping) very attentive and welcoming.
The restaurant has received excellent reviews but I was surprised it was not larger or more lively. I think that many guests either make the trip into town for dinner or use room service.
The location is on the outskirts of town so either a 45-minute pleasant walk by the lakeside or a 5-10 minute drive from town. This is probably the only real negative with the Rees, especially if you prefer close access to bars/restaurants. The complementary hourly shuttle bus to and from town really helps out, but be prepared to wait on return trips at peak times since many people can be waiting.
Traveller from London, UK
This family-friendly Queenstown apartment is located on a lake, within 2 mi (3 km) of Queenstown Hill, Queenstown Mall, and …More
Honestly, we booked this room by mistake. It was further from Queenstown than we expected and the spa was closed the day we arrived. But it was the best mistake ever! Our suite was spacious. The bed was very comfortable. My husband and I enjoyed the jetted tub. But the absolute best thing about this room was the view--Beautiful river gorge and wild flowers. It was breath-taking. I could have stayed a week or more. The restaurant was also great. It was our first experience with Burmese food and was delicious. The hotel staff were wonderful. If I make it back to New Zealand, I'll definitely stay here again.
Traveller from San Diego, Ca
Located near the slopes, this Arthur's Point hotel is in the mountains, within a 15-minute walk of Onsen Hot Pools and …More
Absolutely a pleasant surprise. Room has kitchen and free washer and dryer. This is the best designed hotel room. It is not much larger than most hotel rooms but this room has everything as if you were in a condo. .Very friendly and helpful staff.
Traveller from Tucson AZ
Located in Frankton, this apartment is within 2 mi (3 km) of Remarkables Park Town Centre, Queenstown Event Centre, and …More
"Great place to stay, very close to centre of town "
Very friendly place to stay, the rooms are comfortable and the outdoor spa is amazing after a big ski day.
Its a short walk to all the town restaurants and the bus to ski fields. And the made to order breakfast was amazing. Highly recommend The Dairy.
Located in Queenstown City Centre, this luxury hotel is steps from CaddyShack City Mini Golf, Toi o Tahuna, and Fear Factory …More
Moonlight Track, a difficult trail for hikers or bikers, is in Arthurs Point. Many hiking and cycling enthusiasts come to Arthurs Point to begin the 4-kilometer (3-mile) trek from Moke Lake to Arthurs Point Pub.