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Highlights Queenstown

  • Beachside rentals
  • Destination in New Zealand
  • Historical landmarks
  • Nature trails
  • Recreational activities
  • Family destination

Best Vacation Rentals in Queenstown

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Queenstown, Otago
Vacation Rental • 2 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
(23 reviews)
10 minutes easy walk to town centre, close to Lake Edge, Walking Tracks, Queenstown Gardens and Restaurnats, Cafe's and Shops.This Studio unit has spectacular Views of Lake Wakatipu and Remarkable Mountains, with most of the comforts of home. ( nice firm bed.)Unit comfortably furnished with outdoor deck furniture and BBQ. Away from the traffic and noise of busy Queenstown.All visitors must notify us on arrival if they do NOT intend to stay the full booked nights,otherwise maybe asked to pay for full booking .Wifi available on request.Rollaway single bed for child not the best for adults but...
from $80 / night
Queenstown, Otago
Vacation Rental • 9 Guests • 3 Bedrooms
(36 reviews)
Magnificent views come with this family home. A short walk to town with its many wonderful restaurants, live music and clubs, turn the other way up the street and there are bush walks to the top of Bob's Peak and Ben Lomond.... there is so much to do... Queenstown is the ultimate holiday destination, whether bungi jumping, mountain biking and jet boating are your thing or chilling with a book, a wine and that view, there is something for everyone - all year round, young and old.Our house has 3 bedrooms, 2 of the rooms have a queen size bed, the third room has a double bed and a single bed. ...
from $217 / night
Queenstown, Otago
Vacation Rental • 1507 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(10 reviews)
This home is a quiet and relaxing retreat with breath-taking lake and mountain views.The home is beautifully appointed and well thought-out. The spacious open plan kitchen and living area opens up onto a large balcony with the most spectacular, elevated views of Lake Wakatipu and surrounding mountains.Every detail in this home has been carefully considered to ensure a comfortable stay. This 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, townhouse is set over three levels. An open plan kitchen, dining and living room area with a powder room on the first level. The master bedroom with en-suit and balcony is locate...
from $333 / night

Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices Queenstown

$496for 4 Feb - 11 Feb
$537 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability Queenstown

29%for 4 Feb - 11 Feb
54% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Queenstown

Grandiose vacation rentals scattered all over the town

Dazzling all with its countless charms, Queenstown is a fantastic candidate for where you should visit to experience the nation of New Zealand. Presenting the benefits of a small town graced by the nature of the country, this will be a location where travelers can find excellent spots to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city without missing out on the variety of activities with which to entertain themselves. Let yourself fall in love with the fabulous nation of New Zealand by choosing Queenstown as your vacation destination this season. You won't regret it!

Fabulous vacation rentals equipped with the best amenities

Enhancing your stay 100%, Queenstown will also feature a vast list of vacation rentals that will satisfy all your most sophisticated desires. Thanks to Holidu, travelers will be able to wake up every morning to beautiful landscapes of superb lakes, spend fabulous afternoons in the comfort of their balconies and make the most of their evenings in the fascinating tubs. Moreover, holidaymakers will also have the opportunity to share their free time with their loved ones, whether they are family, friends or partners, due to the large spaces these fantastic rentals and rentals present, reaching an impressive capacity of up to 22 people that will go completely according to any vacation plan. Experience the break of your dreams in a luxury vacation rental thanks to the fantastic spaces that Queenstown has to offer.

Vacations in Queenstown

The area and getting around

Reach new heights in the beautiful Queenstown Hill

Reaching heights of 2,976 ft, Queenstown Hill is one of the most iconic natural landmarks the town has to offer. Comprising a range of diverse activities to enjoy, tour groups of all styles will find recreations to suit their every desire and need. Sprinkled throughout the diverse natural habitats, which are mainly made up of woodland and tussock, travelers can visit numerous attractions such as farms with beautiful spaces and friendly animals, as well as fabulous walking routes, filled with iconic landmarks and superb views of the surrounding areas. See the town from new heights as you explore Queenstown Hill during your visit.

Be amazed by the charms of Wakatipu's Lake

Boasting an impressive 50 miles in length, Lake Wakatipu, ranked as the longest lake in New Zealand, will be another of the best natural attributes the Queenstown area has to offer. Brimming with beautiful nature, tourists will be able to get numerous fun activities that include the realms of flora and fauna in their list of possibilities but, complementarily, they can also opt for action-packed recreations such as Jet Skiing, Wake Boarding and Kite Surfing, with which they can enjoy a more exhilarating experience. Get a taste of the great outdoors and discover Queenstown's new charms during your stay.

Travelers and activities

Queenstown for families

Adding that adrenaline rush you've been craving, recreational companies in the Queenstown area will be all that families need to share epic moments in the great outdoors. Racing through the hills of the mountain ranges at high speed and gliding over rivers at great heights, parents and children of all ages will have a blast in Queenstown's fantastic wilderness. Enjoying excellent reviews from past clients, companies such as Paradise Ziplines and Off-Road Adventures are the options we can highly recommend, confidently assuring you of a satisfying time. Take family fun to new levels by enjoying the packages that Queenstown recreational companies have for you.

Queenstown for couples

Presenting fun activities of all styles, couples around the world who choose Queenstown as their vacation destination will be spoiled for choice. Catering to the needs of both laid-back individuals and those who like new experiences, the town's attractions will be all you need to get that unique overseas vacation you've been longing for. For lovers whose tastes are more culturally inclined, the town presents Queenstown Arts Center, a singular space in the area where you can find collections and exhibitions from local artists. There, you can purchase works of your choice and even chat with the creators of their pieces to learn a little more about their artistic backgrounds. Alternatively, for couples who like a more active approach, Queenstown offers Gibbston Valley Winery as their best option. Known as a selective local company, this town attraction presents marvelous additions such as a fancy wine cave, tasting sessions and open public spaces, which will offer the most spectacular wine experience in the area. Deepen your knowledge of the arts or delight your palate to new levels by sharing some special time as a couple this vacation.

Queenstown is one of the few locations found at 45 degrees south in the globe. The other two locations can be found on the other side of the world, where Chile and Argentina are situated.

Top 5 travel tips in Queenstown

1. Stroll by Queenstown Gardens

Adding that much-needed touch of nature to a relaxing vacation in New Zealand, Queenstown Gardens is a captivating landmark of the town that every traveler to the area should be encouraged to visit. Featuring spaces of all styles, ranging from beautiful green meadows to dreamy ponds, tourists will have the opportunity to discover the numerous species of flora that populate the town's area as well as the nation as a whole. Moreover, offering fun alternatives to pass the time, visitors will also find activities of all styles available in the garden, having the possibility to play a game of Frisbee golf or enjoy a walk on the local trails. Discover all the delights of New Zealand's flora by paying a visit to Queenstown Gardens during your stay.

2. Visit in the wintertime and enjoy The Remakable’s Ski Area

Scattered throughout the mountainous range of the area, Queenstown will also feature wonderful winter game resorts with which travelers can entertain themselves in the snowy season. Featuring excellent trails for participants of all levels, The Remakable’s Ski Area will be a haven for snowboarding and skiing fanatics, whether they are just starting in the sport or already have advanced experience in the snow. Reunite your family, friends or partner to explore New Zealand's snowy mountains and glide down its gentle hills at The Remakable’s Ski Area.

3. Purchase exquisite products at Remarkables Market

Tucked along the entire length of Hawthorne Drive, the Remarkables Market will be a perfect spot where holidaymakers can find the top-quality products of the country's regions in one place. Nestled at the foot of the beautiful Remarkables mountain range, a visit to this market will give travelers an experience like no other, with a wide variety of products, live music and the best prices in town. So, if you're craving divine fruits, freshly baked bread, local cheeses and even wines from the town's finest vintages, you'll want to put the Remarkables Market on your vacation to-visit list.

4. Enjoy top-quality entertainment in the Time Tripper Theater

Teaching about the times when dinosaurs and early humans inhabited Queenstown, the Time Tripper Theater will be a fantastic local establishment where visitors can learn about the town's past while having a fun time. Boasting a central location on Rees St Marine Parade, this entertaining Queenstown venue will be another ideal choice for the families of the world thanks to its educational presentations, interactive spaces and even aquariums, offering immemorial times for young and old alike. Learn all about Queenstown's past in the funniest way possible by exploring the Time Tripper complex with your family.

5. Find excellent deals at Queenstown Mall

Built as a small village where tourists can find fabulous shops and restaurants, the Queenstown Mall will be the most popular shopping spot where you and your companions can enjoy divine retail therapy sessions. Comprising national shops and branches of well-known international brands, shoppers of all budgets and tastes will be able to find the outlet that complements their wants and needs. For days of fun shopping with your companions, remember to stroll along the intersection between Camp Street and the Marine Parade to explore the town's Queenstown Mall.

Vacation rentals in Queenstown

Stunning destination in Queenstown

Plan your next trip to the incredible city of Queenstown. You will be able to find this city located in Otago, New Zealand. This destination is situated in the southwestern part of New Zealand’s South Island. With a population of 15,450 inhabitants. This is the ideal place to visit if you want to enjoy a more peaceful location during your stay in New Zealand. The city was built around the inlet called Queenstown Bay, on Lake Wakatipu. Here you will be able to explore plenty of nature trails, as well as partake in recreational activities.

Vacation rentals in Queenstown

There are many wonderful rental properties available for you to choose from while planning your visit in Queenstown. Imagine waking up in the morning to the sound of the waves crashing against the shore. Invite friends over for a barbecue in your backyard on a Saturday afternoon. Have a glass of wine with your partner on your balcony while admiring the sunset. These and more are the memories you could be having with an accommodation in Queenstown.

Vacations in Queenstown

The area and getting around

How to get to Queenstown

Making your trip to Queenstown will be quite simple. The city has an international airport which is served by Qantas, Jetstar, Pacific Blue, and Air New Zealand. The airport has all major connecting flights from Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, as well as direct domestic flights. While in Queenstown, you will be able to get around with public transportation, private charter buses and by car. If you choose to drive to Queenstown from another city within New Zealand, you will find that the route will provide you with a scenic drive.

Where to eat in Queenstown

You will be able to choose from a variety of delicious restaurants while visiting Queenstown. A delicious restaurant you can try out is Amisfield. This restaurant provides a seven-course degustation with full-immersive experience. The chef Vaughan Mabee uses flavors and ingredients which are strictly from New Zealand, such as paua, crayfish and kawakawa. Another great restaurant to try out is Flame. This eatery will provide you with South African BBQ recipes such as the sticky ribs and the steak

Travelers and activities

Outdoor activities in Queenstown

There are plenty of outdoor activities you can enjoy while visiting Queenstown. The city is known as the adventure capital of the world. Head on over to Kawarau Bridge Bungy. In this activity you will be able to have the thrill of jumping from a large bridge with the stunning view of the surrounding area. Another great activity can be found in the Shotover River. Here you will be able to take a jet boat ride through the rugged beauty of the white-water rapids.

Family friendly activities in Queenstown

If you want to bring your family along with you on your trip to Queenstown, try out these activities for a great time all together. Take a scenic flight and helicopter of the area. You will be able to find plenty of tours which guide you through the gorgeous scenery of the coastal part of Queenstown. On the other hand, you can also go paddle boarding. Lake Whakatipu is the most well known place to go rent out paddleboards or even kayaks.

Did you know that there is still gold in the hills of Queenstown?

Top 5 travel tips for Queenstown

1. Queenstown Garden

Go on a stroll through nature. These gardens have 14 hectares of landscaped garden with 18 different basket courses you can enjoy.

2. Ben Lomond Walkway

Admire the surrounding area from up above. This nature trail will take you all the way up one of the tallest hills in the city where you can have a spectacular 360-degree alpine view.

3. Queenstown Gondola

Take a gondola ride up in the clouds. This ride will bring you up to 450 meters above ground to the Bob’s Peak where you will have a panoramic view of the mountain range and Lake Wakatipu.

4. Queenstown Trails

Enjoy an afternoon bike ride. These trails go for around 80-miles and you will be able to enjoy the scenery of Arrowtown while staying active on a mountain bike.

5. Onsen Hot Pools

Spend the day at the SPA. This boutique retreat is located near the Shotover River and it has 14 different hot pools to enjoy.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Queenstown

What was the average price for a vacation rental in Queenstown last year?

Queenstown is the most exclusive city in New Zealand to go on vacation, with an annual average of $436 per night, based on last year.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Queenstown?

If you want to save the maximum during your visit to Queenstown, travel in May ($391 per night on average), June ($409), or March ($411), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

When does the price of vacation rentals in Queenstown go up the most?

Following the data observed last year, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of January ($488), September ($474), and December ($457).

Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Queenstown?

If you decide to put Queenstown on your bucket list, we suggest organizing your visit ahead of time because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 67% of rentals booked the previous year.

What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?

The most available months are, on average, February (with an availability of 56%), March (46%), and November (43%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Queenstown?

The months with the lowest properties available in Queenstown are, in order, July, August, and June with respective average availability figures of 3%, 14%, and 22%, based on the previous year. During this period, the availability is very low (13%). It is therefore recommended to book far in advance.

How many vacation rentals are there in Queenstown?

We have grouped together the offers from 3 different providers in Queenstown, so we can offer you around 1,000 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing your favorite!

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