Located between Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkable Mountains, Queenstown has a magnificent natural setting and many open-air pursuits. Fill your lungs full of fresh air by booking a stay in the city’s Novotel hotels. Queenstown has a reputation for sports and adventure tourism. The most popular activities are bungee jumping from the historic Kawaraupour Bridge and skiing in the Remarkables. But you can also practice canyon-swimming, rafting and jet boating on the stunningly beautiful Shotover River, heaven for extreme sports enthusiasts. To enjoy an unmatchable view of the city, board the Skyline Gondola, the highest cable car in the southern hemisphere. Soaring 790 metres, you can admire the Remarkables, Coronet Peak, Lake Wakatipu and the Cecil Walter hills from a distance. Finally, for an experience of the region’s plant life, visit the city’s Botanical Gardens. Fans of Lord of the Rings will surely seize this opportunity to experience first-hand the enchanting landscapes of the film, many of whose scenes were shot around the Queenstown region. A city with a gastronomic tradition, Queenstown is also known for its excellent restaurants so take the time to discover the region’s specialities while sipping wine from surrounding vineyards. Queenstown is a station specialised in adventure sports. Our Novotel Hotel welcomes you to the shores of the lake for a relaxing change of scene.

Our hotels in Queenstown

0.30 k.m from the city centre

Start your day fresh with a breath of mountain air on your balcony and a delicious buffet breakfast in the airy restaurant. Your welcoming room awaits...

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