Distinction Luxmore Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDistinction Luxmore Hotel Te Anau
Spacious and comfortable hotel, but why the internet such a problem in this class of hotel is a mystery.
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We began the morning by taking a boat ride to start our hike. It was the end of the famous Milford Track (12km), another one of the "Great Walks" of NZ. We hiked along the Arthur River to Giant Gates, a spectacular waterfall. Upon returning, we went on a cruise of the Milford Sound that is technically a fiord because a glacier formed the waterway …
We left Queenstown on a gondola up the mountain and then hiked from Bob's Peak. It was a 5k hike with 500 meter (1645 ft)elevation gain to the Ben Lomond saddle. Bob and I separated there. Bob continued on another 1k with another 500 meter (1645 ft) elevation gain. It was pretty steep. The skies were absolutely clear and the mountains were …
Not too far north from Invercargill we begin to see huge mountains reflected in beautiful mirror lakes. It is just the beginning of one of the most spectacular days on any tour. The weather is perfect and the scenery beyond description. Short walks punctuate our journey to Milford Sound, through forests, to raging waterfalls churning through chasms …
Day 77 - Fri. 13th. Feb.
Queenstown - Milford Sound– Te Anau.
Travelled along the Devil’s Staircase and the shores of Lake Wakatipu to Te Anau. We were awe-struck by the great sights from Fiordland National Park (New Zealand’s largest) to Milford Sound, which is one of the world’s most amazing places.