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thevalkyriekid loves Queenstown because Queenstown is the outdoor recreation capitol of New Zealand. This is the orignal place where Bungee jumping starting. You can take an incredible jet boat ride down the river. There is hiking, camping, climbing, you name it. Everyone is Queenstown wear Eddie Bauer and looks like they could run a marathon or climb Mt. Cook.
jim2 loves Queenstown because This qualifies for "best ever". What a great area, especially if you are outdoors or sports oriented. Simply just a WOW place.
jymystique loves Queenstown because the lake view is beautiful
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"Queenstown If its thrills and spills you are after, then a holiday in Queenstown, New Zealand’s scenic city on the blue Lake Wakatipu overshadowed by the Remarkables Mountain Range, is an unmissable experience."
"Set on the edge of the glacial Lake Wakatipu, with stunning views of the sawtooth peaks of the Remarkables mountain range, Queenstown is the most popular tourist stop in the South Island."
"This old gold-miners' settlement on the east side of Lake Wakatipu is unchallenged as the leading tourist center on the South Island."
"Spend at least one day and night in Queenstown ,starting with a ride on the Skyline Gondola to catch a bird's-eye view of the town, Lake Wakatipu, and the Remarkables mountains."
"Queenstown, on the northern shore of the serpentine Lake Wakatipu, is the epitome of the big-budget resort town, awash with organised tour groups."
"SH6 continues south, crossing the Kawarau river before heading down the eastern side of Lake Wakatipu to Kingston before emerging on the plains of Southland."
"It is small enough to explore all these options on one New Zealand holiday, but large enough to."
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steve1 from New Zealand wrote about Queenstown 3 years, 10 months ago
Are you like us? Do you like to find the best' location in each town you visit? If you are planning a vacation to Queenstown NZ, here is a tip. The best neighborhood is Arrowtown - charming & peaceful. Here you will also find Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel a luxury Queenstown Lodge Convenient location, 2-min walk from 20 bars & restaurants including ‘Saffron’ restaurant, rated in the ‘Worlds Top 100’ by Conde Nast Traveler. Accommodation is luxury. Beds are king sized. Wi Fi is free. Heated bathroom floors are inviting. All rooms feature a private laundry & for snacks, a bar with microwave oven. Arrowtown is a leafy enclave of gold miners cottages surrounded by mountains, bordered by three golf courses. 15-min from downtown Queenstown but a world removed. Are you interested in our distinctive Kiwi culture? - you will find it here……not in our cities. Arrive weary - depart refreshed – Magical. Fine food is a feature: “superb – and done with panache…..this place is a treasure” Lyn Barnes, Food & Wine Editor, New Zealand Life & Leisure, Feb’ 2009
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steve1 from New Zealand wrote about Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel 3 years, 9 months ago
Where are the best restaurants in Queenstown New Zealand?
Here is an 'insiders tip' - Arrowtown has the best 'eat-streets'
You'll find some of the best dining in the Arrowtown neighbourhood
Referring to Arrowtown, The 'Snow Guide to New Zealand' says "if only every mountain town had this much choice. There are some sensational restaurants.....".
Arrowtown is home to several of Queenstown's finest restaurants including ‘Saffron’ restaurant, rated in the ‘Worlds Top 100’ by Conde Nast Traveller. Have a look at this dining guide: http://www.arrowtownhouse.com/page/arrowtown-restaurant-guide
In Arrowtown you'll also discover award-winning hospitality & fine food at luxury Queenstown bed and breakfast Arrowtown House Boutique Hotel
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