Centrally located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, treat your self to 4-star tranquility at Novotel Queenstown Lakeside. Start your day fresh with a breath of mountain air on your balcony and a delicious buffet breakfast in the airy restaurant. Your welcoming room awaits you to soak up Queenstown's natural beauty at the end of a great day at Novotel.
Crowne Plaza Queenstown
Crowne Plaza Queenstown combines the best in location, service and comfort whether you are travelling for business or leisure. Overlooking Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables mountain range, Crowne Plaza Queenstown sits in the heart of Queenstown’s Central Business District. Just across the road is Steamer Wharf where you will find great dining, bars and entertainment. Alternatively, you can depart here for a cruise on the TSS Earnslaw Vintage Steamship. Skyline Gondola is also just 5 minutes on foot.
Jack’s Point championship golf course, carved from former high country station farmland, backdropped by the Remarkables Mountain range and overlooking Queenstown’s Lake Wakatipu, is billed as one of the world’s most spectacular courses.
The John Darby designed 18-hole par 72 course provides a range of challenges for both experienced and beginner golfers. The 6,388metre undulating course follows natural contours and features tussock grasslands, dramatic rocky outcrops and steep bluffs offset by striking alpine and lake views.Wetlands and native bush have been preserved and new plantings complement the surrounding environment creating a course where every hole has a unique appeal. Dry stone walls lining the fairways reflect the course’s heritage as a high country farm.With four tee positions available, Jack’s Point is open to golfers of all levels to experience.
For full course details, click "here":http://www.jackspoint.com/golf/
Set in a natural alpine amphitheater against the backdrop of the Remarkables Mountain Range, the 27 hole golf course at Millbrook exploits the dramatic terrain fully, delivering world-class golf.
Designed by renowned professional and master golfer Sir Bob Charles, and renovated by Greg Turner in October 2010 with the addition of the Coronet Nine, this championship course features five different tee positions for complete enjoyment at all levels of playing expertise.
Millbrook's course is best described as an Alpine links course, offering a variety of natural hazards including tussocks, streams, schist stone, trees and buildings.
Whether you are an experienced golfer or a beginner, Millbrook will delight all players.
For full course details, click "here":http://www.millbrook.co.nz/golf/the-course-layout/