Queenstown Park is in a great location. Close enough to the main town without being right in the middle of the hubbub. The rooms look really fancy, but have several design flaws. For example, why is it that a blue light remains on over the bed at night making it hard to sleep because your shades are down (if you hit the button to turn off the light, up your shades go!)? Why is there no divider for the shower, so that the whole bathroom gets filled with water when showering? Why are there only a limited number of plug-ins for such a techy-looking hotel? Why is the towel warmer default turned on so hot that you can burn yourself if you accidently touch it?
That being said, I don't know if you'll get a better experience in Queenstown at this price range.
The evening canapes are fantastic and their drink selection is pretty good, including non-alcoholic drinks.
We did enjoy our stay here, we were just confused as to why such a nice looking hotel with so much potential had these flaws in design.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel designed and built for the 5 star traveler in mind. Only 300 meters from the centre of Queenstown Central. Rooms are spacious and luxurious, each with its own kitchenette. Enjoy breakfast with fellow travelers or on your own courtyard or balcony. ... more less
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