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Property LocationWith a stay at Alpine Village in Queenstown, you'll be on a lake, within a 10-minute drive of Skyline Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu. This apartment is 1.9 mi (3 km) from Queenstown Event Centre and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Queenstown Gardens. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Lake Wakatipu - 1.1 km / 0.7 mi
- Queenstown Event Centre - 3 km / 1.9 mi
- Alpine Aqualand - 3 km / 1.9 mi
- St Josephs Parish - 3.8 km / 2.3 mi
- Queenstown Arts Centre - 4 km / 2.5 mi
- Queenstown Ice Arena - 4 km / 2.5 mi
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Very nice apartment with lovely view of Lake Whakatipu
Reviewed 20 october, 2019
Stayed at this place just after Easter weekend. Cluster of apartments with lovely views of Lake. Very modern way of booking in/out. Never seen any real person but instead got a code to let ourselves in once everything was approved. The room itself had a small kitchenette and bathroom. Nice feel about the room with thick carpets. Comfortable beds. Not too far from airport and Frankton shopping centre. Nice sitting on balcony watching activity on Lake and planes coming into the airport. Main road can be very busy to get onto. Better to get uber taxi to Queenstown as parking are very scarce. Being on the outskirts of Queenstown made the place affordable unlike places right in town.
Reviewed 10 october, 2019
Terrible room 40b with a million dollar view won’t recommend it Not very clean no care taken of the studio apartment broken door leaking toilet dirty chair and the floor upstairs you can hear all the heavy footsteps terrible bed and bedding such a waste when there is a such a beautiful view
Great view but let down by lazy maintenance
Reviewed 24 september, 2019
We stayed here for 5 nights in September in unit 12 and friends stayed in 14a. Coffee table so unstable it was a liability, curtains hanging off rail, both drawers on tv console broken, 3 lights with blown lightbulbs. If you are staying here, check if your unit is on the lower level as the air conditioning units are located right outside the bedroom window and if they are on the noise can be heard all thru the unit . The air conditioning unit for the above apartment is also outside the lower unit so if they have their a/c on there is double the noise. Unit 14a had a few issues - the blind in the bedroom was missing the wand to open/close so you had to stand on a chair to adjust every time. The shelf in the fridge door was faulty and couldn’t be used to store drinks etc upright . Units are in a good location and view is great but lazy maintenance and cleaning lets them down .
Wonderful view, but needs some attention
Reviewed 19 april, 2019
Luckily prior to booking I had read on Tripadvisor about the access problems and made sure I obtained the key code well in advance. We contacted them to double check the key code hadn't changed just before we arrived (this has happened to us in the past), but they only replied to us a week after we left Queenstown! Maybe it was just us, but we still had difficulty getting into the apartment, there were several doors but the key didn't fit any of them, we then realised we had to enter the garage first where there was an internal door. We had a 2 bedroom apartment, and the actual layout was brilliant, 2 big bedrooms, one with an ensuite and large balcony overlooking the lake and mountains and another separate bathroom on the first floor. On the second floor was a huge living / dining / kitchen area, with another big balcony with views over the lake. But the apartment needed a lot of TLC - the patio doors wouldn't lock, the window blinds didn't close properly, the tap over the kitchen sink leaked, meaning there was a constant puddle of water on the work top. All fairly minor issues, but simply rectified. Such a shame as the views are fantastic.
Horrible place, nothing going for it
Reviewed 6 march, 2019
We booked Alpine Village through Lastminute.com, I wish we’d done a bit more research. The place is easy to find, but when you arrive there is no reception and very limited parking. Lastminute.com hadn’t given us any check in information, the number listed on site didn’t answer. The site consisted of around 100 apartments and we had no way of knowing where to go. We found another number on Google and in calling we’re directed to an apartment with a key code for entry. It had an integral garage which was too small for our hire care do to having some inbuilt storage area. We had to park in some waste ground a fair distance away. The apartment was not clean, dirty surfaces and cobwebs, poorly equipped and cheap furnishings. It transpired we were actually in the wrong apartment and lastminute.com tried to get us to pay again for the apartment we had stayed in, despite having our money for our booked apartment and the issues being down to their lack of guidance and no onsite facilities. I wouldn’t stay at Alpine Village or use Lastminute.com ever again,