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Brown's Boutique Hotel

Brown's Boutique Hotel, Queenstown, New Zealand

Relax in the friendly and comfortable atmosphere of one of Queenstown's most distinctive boutique hotels. Designed along traditional European lines, Browns is only a three minute walk downhill to the town center and waterfront. Ten en suite bedrooms offer optimum comfort with king sized beds and good amenities, and each has a Juliet balcony, providing stunning views of the Remarkables mountain range, Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu. There is a cozy guest lounge and dining area, perfect for cooler evenings, but in the summer months the walled courtyard - where guests can enjoy an al fresco breakfast - is reminiscent of European holidays, yet with a distinctly New Zealand flavor.

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    The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.

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      4x4 Safari of Scenes

      Queenstown

      The perfect tour for those who want the thrills of an off-road adventure but also want to discover exciting 'Lord of the Rings' film locations.

    • Jet boat on the Dart River

      Dart River Wilderness Safari

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      Board the Dart River jet-boat on a white-knuckle ride for an hour and a half up the narrow, meandering waterway, into real wilderness country.

    • Sunrise Balloon Flight, Queenstown

      Hot Air Balloon Flight

      Queenstown

      Depart early this morning on your hot air balloon flight over the magnificent scenery surrounding Queenstown. Lift off usually takes place in the valleys between Queenstown and Arrowtown with magnificent views of the unique terrain.

    • Hobbiton

      River and Rings Horseback Ride

      Queenstown

      Dart Stables provide a superb riding experience through some of New Zealand's most breathtaking scenery. You will journey through locations used in such films as 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Willow' whilst taking in the spectacular surroundings.

    • Lake McKerrow, Hollyford Track

      Routeburn Track — 3 Days

      Queenstown

      Climb a well-graded track to Key Summit, where you can sit among the alpine plants and partake in 'The Annual General Meeting of the Mountains'. You then descend to Lake Howden before gradually climbing through lush silver beech forest to the base of Earland Falls: quite a sight in wet weather!

    • Shotover River, Queenstown

      Shotover River Jet Boat

      Queenstown

      The Shotover Jet is an adrenaline fuelled jet boat trip through the Shotover Canyon, which towers over you on either side. Skim around crags and boulders and then enjoy the sensation as the boat spins around 360 degrees in its own length.

    • TSS Earnslaw, Queenstown

      TSS Earnslaw cruise to Walter Peak High Country Farm

      Queenstown

      Affectionately know as the 'Lady of the Lake', the TSS Earnslaw has been steaming the length of Lake Wakatipu since 1912. You can watch sheepdogs in action, see the shearing or even try your hand at wool spinning. After morning or afternoon tea you then steam back to Queenstown.