Discovery Sherwood Hotel

Address: 554-558 Frankton road, Queenstown, South Island, 9300, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 554-558 Frankton road, Queenstown, is near Coronet Peak, Nomad Safaris, Nevis Highwire Bungy, and Kawarau Jet.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiscovery Sherwood Hotel Queenstown

Reviewed by iain.dalgleish

Good quality and good advice

Reviewed Feb 17, 2011
by (21 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

This is another good place to stay, the usual high standards of cleanliness and appointment in a larger than usual room. The reception is very helpful with suggestions for getting the long way into the town proper.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Discovery Sherwood Hotel Queenstown

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Queenstown

Glacier country and Wanaka

A travel blog entry by robhoskin on Apr 24, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... I'm just going to be eating burgers and drinking beer whilst sat on a couch! Tomorrow we will make the short drive to Queenstown, the home to many activities including the third highest bungee jump in the world which we hope that we'll both do! Also, most of you may have seen that Chelsea has put up the rest of the Asia photos and the first three weeks of the New Zealand photos on Facebook. I know there's loads so don't waste your time looking through all of them! Speak soon Rob and Chelsea ...

New Zealand - the south island

A travel blog entry by flipflopstop on Feb 28, 2015

42 photos

... shipping containers (which look rather quirky) and some buildings have been renovated, but most of the city is a construction site. There is a nice park though which is very large, with lots of flower gardens and quiet spots to relax. It isn't a city where you would want to stay for long as there really isn't much to do. So the next day we headed to the airport and jumped on to a plane to FIJI!! And that is the end of our travels in the stunningly beautiful country of New ...

11th to 25th Feb South Island New Zealand

A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Feb 25, 2015

37 photos

... getting fitter and really enjoying it. There were some really lively bits walking across beaches and timing the tides - the highest one was at Torrent Bay on the second morning. We waited as long as we could bear it then stripped off and waded across up to our bottoms - we had to hitch our rucksacks up high and not slip, squidgy sand between our toes and a tidal current - all added to the drama but we made it home and dry. We walked for a good 8 hours that day but ...

NZ South Island, Mount Cook to Queenstown

A travel blog entry by colindaines on Feb 22, 2015

1 comment, 28 photos

... far on this trip, the cruise excepted, Lyn has not found the beds comfortable. Once we had a look around the compact but charming facilities, including the outdoor hot tubs, we decided to eat in. The restaurant was fully booked so we ate in the bar, where it was much quieter, had the same view and a simpler but broader menu choice. It was amazing to watch the unpredictable and ever changing weather across the lake and mountains as we ate. An ...

Wanaka to Queenstown

A travel blog entry by priceless on Feb 12, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... near the lake at Wanaka. As you would expect, being a lakeside location, the roads leading out, also lead up. Already we are hitting gradients of 10% to 11% - and we are still in town! Once past this initial hill, we settle into more respectable and manageable gradients of rolling hills, albeit with an overall upward trend. After a day of riding through lake country today it's farming areas. As we move into the Cardrona Valley, we are ...