Eichardt's Private Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEichardt's Private Hotel Queenstown
We stayed in their Lakefront apartments, a stunning location directly overlooking the water in the very heart of Queenstown but were also entitled to use all the facilities of the hotel including breakfast and evening drinks in the famous Eichardt'd bar. Our apartment was spacious and very comfortable in every way. Having been on the road for a week already we were delighted to have a washing machine and drier in the kitchen area. Over in the bar the staff were all friendly, professional and extremely efficient. A wonderful place to stay in Queenstown.
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... shop and knit for a living. I have noticed the knitting out here is very popular and very very good. Complicated patterns with bright colours. So as I had to move on I bought 2 quarters of NZ themed material to make into cushions when I get home. One the red blossom tree and the other Kiwi birds. A bag of cherries and a punnet of nectarines later we soldiered onto Queenstown. Queenstown is set on another lake of gigantic proportions, glacial and blue. It's buzzing with young ...
... Our taxi was waiting for us and returned us to Aukland and we got out close to the Sky Tower. We enjoyed drinks in the curious cocktail bar wrapped around the Tower and then tried to find a restaurant that would serve food after 10pm. We failed and walked happily back to the Sofitel Hotel went to the bar and ordered croque Monsieur and salad before going to bed. We both looked forward to the next day when we would fly to Sydney and meet ...
... under) the fjord water by a couple metal arms. You descend 60 stairs from the boat landing to an underwater aquarium view. Basically, the people are in the 'enclosure' here and its about hoping some fish swim by to have a look. Some attached coral beds provided extra incentive for some fish to drop in for a feed. It was actually really impressive and we saw plenty of colorful fish and other sea creatures.We were soon speeding back to the boat ...
We didn't do a lot yesterday just wandered around the town whilst the others went to Milford Sound, so i won't dedicate a page to it. Today we had a famous Fergburger! Yummy. And climbed up Queenstown hill, which is about 500m high. It was a steep walk! The views from the top over Queenstown and the lake and mountains were amazing. We spent most of the walk trying to calm ourselves down about tomorrow.. So an early night ...
... mountain road rather than the valley road, which meant that our campsite en-route to Wanaka was going to be 1000m above sea level.
And yes, it was cold and also a little windy. But we had a first class view of Queenstown off in the distance to the west.
Rugged the kids up for a 5 minute look at the stars, which looked magic tonight as there was absolutely no clouds in the sky - hard to believe after the how the morning ...