Discovery Sherwood Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiscovery Sherwood Hotel Queenstown
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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