Agoda Hero Banner

Find Hotels in Queenstown, New Zealand

1168 vacation rentals and hotels available now

10 best hotels in Queenstown

Star rating
Review score
Our top picks
Lowest price first
Nearest to
Best reviewed
Coronation Lodge
Queenstown City Center,Queenstown - View on map
"The Coronation Lodge was within walking distance to the city center. The staff were extremely helpful and attentive to any needs you may have. The laundry facilities were clean and efficient. There is even a clothesline in the back to save energy use. The room and ensuite were clean and the bed was comfortable. The Lodge strongly encourages and follows through with their commitment to be "green" and conserve water and recycle. We checked out the day we left for an overnight cruise on Milford Sound and the staff gladly stored our luggage until we returned the next day. They even called ahead to our next destination to informed them we were just leaving Queenstown and would arrive later than expected to check-in. We would highly recommend staying at the Coronation Lodge when visiting Queenstown."
Show more
9.1

Exceptional

211 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 95
Hilton Queenstown Resort and Spa
Kelvin Heights,Queenstown - View on map
"it is absolutely one of the most stunning hotels in queenstown. right on the lake with beautiful views. the breakfast is amazing, you can order freshly made coffee, tea and juice and any diy cooked breakfast included in the breakfast. the room has nice hot bath tub and fireplace, very cozy. water taxi is so cool costs return. the only disappointing thing is the receptionist during the day is not very helpful. the check-in is 3 o'clock, so if you arrive early, you will have to find somewhere to kill the time although there are a few bars and cafe. it is definitely the best spot in queenstown, right on the lake. overall, we love the stay at hilton "
Show more
8.5

Excellent

887 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 210
Oaks Queenstown Shores Resort
Queenstown City Center,Queenstown - View on map
"Our stay at the Oaks Shores Hotel in Queenstown was in a 1 Bedroom apartment. The apartment were spacious and well appointed with all the amenities anyone would need. The location was quiet and pleasant and each apartment has great views of the lake. Although there was a slight mix up with our confirmed booking, the front desk staff resolved the issue promptly and efficiently with a friendly and helpful attitude. They were always extremely courteous and helpful during our stay, including confirming tours we had already booked I can highly recommend this Hotel"
Show more
8

Excellent

377 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 160
Melbourne Lodge
Queenstown City Center,Queenstown - View on map
"My 7th visit to Queenstown and the best accommodation I have had there, at a fraction of the price I've paid elsewhere. The location was superb, the room was great and very well appointed and very quiet, and I got upgraded. The staff felt like friends after a very short time. The continental breakfast was a great free inclusion and the free, very fast unlimited wifi was the best I have come across. I would definitely stay there again and I had a fantastic 7 nights - thanks to Cis, Caroline and Suzy. Cheers, Graham. "
Show more
8.5

Excellent

753 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 68
The Whistler Holiday Apartments
Queenstown City Center,Queenstown - View on map
"Been coming to Queenstown for nearly a decade and this accommodation for what you get and location was easily the best value for money. Friendly, unintrusive staff.....came back to a clean apartment every day after being up on the slopes. The location is only a few minutes walk into town and really close to a supermarket. I will most definitely be staying here again. 5 out of 5!!!"
Show more
8.9

Excellent

248 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 117
Swiss-Belresort Coronet Peak
Arthurs Point,Queenstown - View on map
"We loved our first trip to Queenstown and we would definitely consider the hotel were we to visit again. The cost was the main factor for us and around $75 it was ok, but if it was much dearer we would consider accommodation nearer to Queenstown. It really needs some maintenance though. I could have worked there for months doing all the odd jobs it needs. Car park was pot holed and puddles. The staff were all friendly and helpful. Meals good and well presented. My son's football team were very pleased with the whole experience, all rooms booked were clean and tidy- again maintenance needed. Its location is a bit far out but it does have a bus. We had a car so wasnt an issue for us. Overall the 3 star rating is fair. "
Show more
8.1

Excellent

315 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 66
Mercure Queenstown Resort
Fernhill,Queenstown - View on map
"We chose this hotel because it was good value for money and it was one of the few hotels in Queenstown that has a pool. The room was a good size with two double beds and a large en-suite. There was a nice pool however it was freezing and while we were there several people came and left without getting in. We didn't eat in the restaurant but they had a good menu and it was reasonably priced. We did however have the breakfast and there was a variety of options and the food was good (though it was a bit cold). The only negative part of our visit was when we came to check out, my husband handed over his card and was told there was a 1.5% charge for credit cards, he explained it wasn't a credit card but the receptionist said he could only put it through like one. The receptionist then asked for a debit card instead but when we handed over an English card he said there would be a charge for that too! We've travelled all over the world and never been charged for using our debit card before."
Show more
8.1

Excellent

418 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 125
Lomond Lodge
Queenstown City Center,Queenstown - View on map
"We have just got home from 7 nights in this hotel and it was fantastic. The location is great, very close to the centre of town and has beautiful views over the town, the lake and of course the Remarkables. We stayed in a balcony lake view room in the main lodge and I would say it is worth paying a little more for the views (with or without the balcony). The balcony is shared but they are divided up with planter boxes so are kind of private anyway. There was a kitchenette in the room for tea/coffee/toast/microwavable food and a main kitchen in the wing which had more room to cook if you needed and also a dishwasher and sink. There is also a barbecue and a nice sitting area outside. The staff are friendly and helpful. :) The rooms were very clean including the bathroom and the shared areas. The one slight downside is the limit on wifi, we started with a 250mb card and got another maybe 500mb card half way through as part of a total clean. Before we went I thought this would be heaps but we went through them very quickly (not downloading or anything, pretty much just using a little bit of facebook and to check out restaurants). It wasn't the biggest deal as if you're in Queenstown, you're probably there to do a lot of activities anyway and we found a few cafe's/bars where we could get on the internet if needed. I haven't stayed elsewhere in New Zealand recently so I don't know if this is to do with the internet they receive in general or if it is normal for hotels? We would definitely stay here again I think the value here is great considering the amazing view and beautiful rooms. "
Show more
9

Exceptional

186 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 133
Earnslaw Lodge
Queenstown City Center,Queenstown - View on map
"The Earnslaw Lodge picked a prime piece of real estate for its location when it was built in the 1970’s. It’s a pleasant 15-minute walk into Queenstown through its . amazing lakeside park. You will see dozens of newer, and more expensive lodgings in Queenstown- but few can match the Earnslaw Lodge’s lake- view rooms for jaw-dropping views. Not all of the rooms have the spectacular views of Lake Wakatipu- but the ones that do are the ones to reserve. You may not see a lot of Queenstown because you might not leave your room!"
Show more
8.4

Excellent

311 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 99
Sofitel Queenstown - Hotel & Spa
Queenstown City Center,Queenstown - View on map
"We had a fantastic stay at the Sofitel Queenstown, arriving there after 8 days driving from the north of New Zealand to the south. As we had stayed in various motels along the way, it was good to finally return to five star luxury accommodation. The Sofitel had everything we were looking for - luxuriously comfortable bed, modern design and lighting, and a great location in the centre of the town!"
Show more
9.2

Exceptional

106 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 260

Fast facts about Queenstown, New Zealand

Accommodations1,168 properties
Popular hotelHilton Queenstown Resort and Spa
Popular areaQueenstown City Center
Nightly rates from$12
AirportQueenstown Airport
Reasons to visitSightseeing, Nature, Restaurants

Discover the neighborhoods of Queenstown


Just booked


Just viewed by other Agoda travelers


Traveler impressions of Queenstown




More about Queenstown

Queenstown is a resort town located on New Zealand’s glacial Lake Watakipul, surrounded by the Remarkables mountain range.

Queenstown is a popular destination for avid skiers and snowboarders, offering snow fields across places such as Coronet Peakand the impressive ski area of the Remarkablesmountain range. Queenstown’s surrounding countryside has been featured in several Hollywood films, most famously portrayed as Middle Earth in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

During the summer months, Queenstown is paradise for the adrenalin-seeker. Bungee jumping, white water rafting, skydiving and jet boating are all popular activities readily accessible, while milder pursuits like eco-tours, wine-tasting, and hiking available for those seeking a slower pace.

Hotels on the waterfront in Queenstown offer impressive views over the famous misty mountains, while offering easy access to cruises on the lake.

Once a year the International Jazz Festival fills the city’s clubs and lounges with live performances, while the month-long Summer Daze festival gives travelers a different taste of the region's arts and culture. New Year's Eve fireworks on the waterfront, and the annual triathlon known as Challenge Manaka are among the many other events on Queenstown's busy calendar.

Queenstown is served by Queenstown Airportin Frankton, which is only seven kilometers from Queenstown. There’s much more to see and learn about Queenstown, and the interactive map is a great way to find out where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.