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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