Oaks Club Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOaks Club Resort Queenstown
Walking into the entrance I could tell instantly I was in a well credited hotel. All faculties from the pool and sauna to the courtyard were highly maintained and really appetising. I was even more surprised when I was greeted by very pleasant staff and appointed to my room , which was incredibly classy. My room has a double bed and is relatively spacious with the most spectacular view of Lake Wakatipu. I couldn't be more satisfied, by far the best hotel I've ever stayed in.
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Flying high in the clouds while reading John Green's "Looking for Alaska" was incredibly refreshing and got me eager for landing. We had a friendly pilot named Philip who tended to crack a bad joke over the intercom after announcements, which seemed to keep the aviophobiasts relatively calm and chirpy.
Queenstown was a breath-taking sight …
... every time while me (afraid of going fast) was always last, despite my mom trying to stay behind me. The day was supposed to be full of rain, but in true kiwi fashion it was the exact opposite, warm sunny and gorgeous. We headed back into town to meet up with Pat and Andrea before going on another Queenstown must: RAFTING!
Brief history lesson: My dad was a white water rafting guide after graduating college. Pat was also a guide with my dad. ...
... in our awesome, lime green taxi. She gave us a tour of the common buildings before walking us down to the Owner Cottage where we were staying. Oh. My. Gosh. I felt like I was staying in a Pottery Barn catalogue house. All of our rooms overlooked Lake Wakatipu. And there was a soaker tub! And a fireplace in our rooms! And a day bed! Hello, relaxation.
We dined in the main building around 8:15PM where we met Laurent, the Frenchman who would be taking care of us while we were at ...