Melbourne Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMelbourne Lodge Bed & Breakfast Queenstown
Nice little B&B on a quiet street. Close to downtown, just a steep hill away. Beautifully decorated and maintained, friendly staff, definitely worth the money. I stayed in a single room, ideal for single travelers like me. Bathroom and toilet in outside the room, but pretty close and they renovated it so very new. Breakfast is cereals, croissant, toast, friut, and muffin. I would stay there again if I visit Queenstown.
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Today is supposed to be the climax of my stay in Q-town, and to a certain extent it is, just not what I expected. So I had paragliding, very smooth, quick, probably 10 mins or less, floating in air, comfortable, I chose afternoon time so it would be warm, and it seems more beautiful as spectators. Being the rider is quite similar to sitting in an …
The flight landing in Queenstown is certainly spectacular! Luckily I had the window seat, and the weather was wonderful. It's even warmer than in Auckland. I waited for the bus for 6-7 mins, another 10 mins to downtown, and then the tough uphill to my motel. No wonder it's cheaper. It's on the hill! But great room, great view, good value for its …
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