The Crowne Plaza is one of the best ski resorts in Queenstown with slopes that cut through the scenic Alpine mountains of New Zealand. Ski Lessons are available for children and novices. The resort has interconnecting rooms that simplify booking family vacations. The accommodations include spacious private balconies, premium hygienic items, and pillow menus. The hotel restaurant, Threesixty, employs expert chefs who utilize local ingredients to create delicious local cuisine. Families will enjoy riding the Skyline Gondola, exploring Mount Aspiring National Park, and the Queenstown Winter Festival. Lake Wakatipu is the perfect place to cool off in the summer months.
Our Editor Loves
- Ski lessons
- Lakeside living
- Interconnecting rooms
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Currently staying at this amazing hotel , it’s not the prettiest outside but lovely rooms and facilities , perfect location
I spend my life travelling I have to say when we arrived Teresa ( we think ) was so helpful and such a warm welcome to Queenstown ,nothing was to much to ask
Mike and Paula from UK
It's true, having the public bus stop to and from the airport right in front of the hotel is super convenient. Beats taking a cab for nearly $50 from ZQN. Bus to the airport is $10 and comes by every 10-15 mins.
The hotel itself - fantastic! Great views from the cruiseshipesque rooms facing the lake. You'll see from the lowish ceilings and partitioned balconies that you feel like you're on a cruise. Even the hot water in the shower varies in temperature from time to time. You'll get used to it.
A great choice to stay in Queenstown with really close access to the town and loads of awesome restaurants. Would recommend! So many other hotels in the area are quite a walk from the town centre so have a good look at this property for sure!
(As an aside the airport in ZQN has fluctuating weather conditions - the flight we were waiting for to come in from AKL missed due to high winds and diverted to Christchurch.)