Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Escape to Queenstown for The Annual Winter Festival
And there is never a better time to escape to the Adventure Holiday capital of the globe with the annual Queenstown Winter Festival.
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel is joining in New Zealand's biggest winter party with their very own Winter Festival Accommodation Package. Enjoy a fabulous four night stay and only pay for three at Queenstown's newest luxury, boutique Hotel from as little as $1590.00 (NZ) per a couple.
The Winter Festival Package -- which is only available once a year -- includes a delicious a la carte breakfast each morning and pre-dinner drinks and canapés each evening. A 'Trust the Chef' lunch of four savory courses at Amisfield winery is also included, plus transport there and back provided by Alpine Taxis. Available June 25, 2010 until July 4, 2010.
The Winter Festival is a 10 day celebration of Queenstown's unique culture and community with street parties, fireworks, international and local acts, jazz, comedy, Mardi Gras, family fun, a Big Air Invitational and plenty of skiing and snowboarding.
Located in the heart of the Southern Lakes region – one of most diverse areas in the world is the award-winning 19-room Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel. On its door step is the famous Fiordland National Park which includes Milford Sound, an area known for its extraordinary scenic beauty.
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel has also launched a new Health & Fitness in Paradise Package. Recharge your health and fitness regime with high quality personal training in the panoramic surrounds of Queenstown, New Zealand's adventure play-ground.
Starting from just $2470.00 (NZ) the package includes a delicious breakfast each morning, cooked to order, pre-dinner drinks and delectable canapés each evening as well as four Personal Training sessions with Queenstown's most experienced, entertaining and results driven personal trainers.
Also included is a relaxing soak at Onsen private indoor/outdoor hot pools plus an in-room massage for two from Queenstown massage professionals, Body Sanctum. Available July 5, 2010 until October 31, 2010.
Whether your preference is gym-based training, outdoor based training, boxing, tennis or open-water swimming in summer your trainer has it all covered. An introductory and goal-setting session on arrival is included and four hour long sessions allocated to suit your itinerary. A restaurant guide will also be provided specially tailored to those who enjoy eating well, both for their taste buds and their waist line.
This stylish, sophisticated urban design hotel offers guests a high level of personal service and offers all you would expect from a leading hotel with urban design and flair, stunning mountain views, central location, hosted personal service, entertaining lounge with fireplace, complimentary pre-dinner drinks and canapés, gourmet breakfasts and gourmet grocery/picnic packs customized to suit your needs.
Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel has recently been awarded the prestigious 2010 TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Award for Best Service - South Pacific and Luxury - South Pacific. The Travellers' Choice Awards are the only hotel awards based on the reviews and opinions of millions of travellers.
For more information visit: www.queenstownparkhotel.co.nz or call: +64 (03) 441 8441
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