An alpine lakeside retreat situated in one of the world's most beautiful landscapes. Spectacularly located on Lake Wakatipu and just seven minutes from Queenstown.
The hotel welcomes families of all sizes and ages, offering family travelers various interactive, educational and destination-inspired activities.
With views across Viaduct Harbour, this waterfront luxury hotel is just 800m away from the Sky Tower.
A new luxurious motel apartment accommodation in Dunedin, set in the city center offering privacy and a perfect blend of style & comfort.
The boutique hotel is set well back off George Street, and this makes the site quiet, private and secure.
Children cannot be accommodated at this hotel.
The 5 star hotel offers the latest in architectural design with various outdoor courtyard settings.
This old establishment was formerly used as a Government Building in 1913 until the 1980s. It was then planned for demolition until the Christchurch City Council bought the property. It was held by the council until 1995 when it was sold to the Symphony Group, finally turning the beautiful building into a hotel.
An award winning 10-room boutique hotel close to theatres, restaurants & clubs.
A luxury boutique hotel, the essence of supreme comfort, is renowned to offer a personalised stay and attentive staff.
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The property was built in 1895 by William Nelson. In the next year, a retired Navy Officer named George Langdale Sunderland took residence. He worked with William Nelson and his brothers as head stock buyer and was then promoted to manager. The property remained under the Nelson family until WWII.
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Listed as a Category II Historic Building, it was built in 1896. The house was used as a boarding house where Roger Lupton served as a headmaster until 1924. After the school moved to Glenbervie in 1991, the property underwent renovations and additions while maintaining its classical atmosphere.
William Gilbert Rees, an opportunist gold miner, built the property in 1859. The gold rush of a nearby river jumpstarted business and residency in the area. With his entrepreneurial mind, he turned the house into a hotel along with Albert Eichardt. In 1869, Eichardt became its sole proprietor and turned it into a permanent hotel under the name "Eichardt's Private Hotel".