It is difficult to review this hotel as it almost depends on the individual staff member one had dealings with. I spent a weekend and didn't leave the place apart from going to the slopes. I had two breakfasts and dinners and two massages there. The spa is a dream and the apres ski massage from Miva was one of the best I ever had. The hotel is from the 80ies but of high standards and everything in good conditions and clean. The view from the restaurant is amazing but a look at the very basic menu tells you this is no fine dining. I went for a safe pasta dish and melted camembert to not disappoint myself. The camembert was served still frozen! The very friendly Canadian waiter handled the situation perfectly and the restaurant manager came to my table to appologize and to waive the dish. No complains! The most irritating thing during my stay was at check in when I was told that I had to go all the way back into town to catch the bus to Coronet Peak. Not true! The bus stop is just across the road from the hotel. You would expect better informed receptionists. So, if you only come across the Canadian waiter and Miva for your massage you'll have a fabulous stay. If you get served frozen food and get the wrong information at check in - it would be a different story.
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Located near the slopes, this Arthur's Point hotel is in the mountains, within 1 mi (2 km) of Onsen Hot Pools and Shotover …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.