How has this hotel rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Orchard Cottage Queenstown
Travel Blogs from Queenstown
... special moments were playing Lasertag(such a boy thing) Definitely not ice skating"............ Kiwi discovery & The Luge. Sophie's precious moments were just about everything but mostly Ice Skating (that she was very good at) Sking and going on the gondola/chairlift and the The Luge. Andrew Karen and Emma will met us in Sydney as they are fly from Auckland. Karen enjoyed the beautiful scenery of Queenstown and the hospitality ...
... not throw himself over the bridge today, the 233m Macau Tower bungy means that this would not really provide the adrenaline kick D has become accustomed to. Stray spend the night at Base in Queenstown, with, you guessed it, Kiwi Experience, we have taken Seyhan's advice and have checked in to Adventure Queenstown. He promised us that this is the best hostel ever, and we may have to agree. It is right in the centre of Queenstown, close to ...
... do when travelling. It’s almost a rite of passage for travellers to slowly become better at packing less, but it’s a lesson you can skip I’m not
sure who said it first but…
"Lay out all you plan to pack;
Then take half the clothes and double the money."
3. Cash is King
Speaking of Money, cash is king around the world; it can be a literal life-saver in ...
... years ago and there was no mistaking their iconic jagged look and blue/grey colour, only this time without snow.
The Remarkables mountain range was named in 1857 by a surveyor called Alexander Garvie who named it so after seeing the dramatic razorback mountain range in all its glory at sunset and we could see he had made a good name choice, well done that remarkable man!
It turned out that it wouldn’t be until ...
... dressing up for the evening's fancy dress party (the theme was something starting with the first letter of your name). Turns out 'vampire' and 'robber' are both achievable with two bin bags, eye liner pen and a red sharpie. The next significant stop was Franz Josef, a town completely devoted to tourists visiting the main attraction - the Glacier. We took full advantage, visiting the glacier in several different ways. In the morning we walked to ...