Dedicated to providing a niche luxury experience, this award-winning boutique hotel is Qualmark rated 5 star boutique hotel the property also holds the Qualmark Enviro Silver logo.
A true luxury boutique hotel, Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel is New Zealand owned and operated and stands alone as one of Queenstown’s luxury boutique hotels. Qualmark rated 5 Star Guest and Hosted, Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel is a multi award-winning hotel and holds the Enviro Silver Logo. Be awed and inspired by expansive mountain views, luxuriate in the quality, and appreciate the stylish design and sophisticated service of this urban boutique hotel. Revel in the personal attention and local knowledge provided by your hosts.
Centrally located, yet surrounded by parklands, this 19 room architecturally-designed hotel compliments Queenstown’s majestic mountain backdrop to perfection.
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel opened its doors in December 2007, since that time it has built itself a reputation as being the boutique luxury hotel of choice when planning to stay in Queenstown. It offers a modern and romantic escape for the style-conscious traveller seeking impeccable service. Secure undercover parking and storage for your bikes and a friendly team with expert knowledge on the Queenstown Trail look forward to welcoming you.
Enjoy fantastic scenery and clear mountain air on our entertaining and energetic half day cycle tour:
2 Night Bike/Stay Package:
Around The Basin Bike Tours will take you on a 4 hour supported adventure biking of the Queenstown cycle trail beginning at either 9am or 1pm with a scenic transfer from Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel through to the historic gold mining village of Arrowtown and the start of the Arrow River trail. You’ll ride across two spectacular suspension bridges and then join the original miners trail that crosses the famous Kawarau bridge, to the home of the original Kawarau Bungy. At the end of your bike ride you will be transferred to the Gibbston Valley Winery for a relaxing wine tasting and cheesery visit before being delivered back to Queenstown.