Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown

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Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown, on the shores of stunning Lake Wakatipu, has unmatched views across the water to some of the most majestic scenery in New Zealand. The resort is just a five minute flat walk from the centre of this exciting town and caters for visitors, sporting enthusiasts and con...

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Rydges Lakeland Resort Queenstown, on the shores of stunning Lake Wakatipu, has unmatched views across the water to some of the most majestic scenery in New Zealand. The resort is just a five minute flat walk from the centre of this exciting town and caters for visitors, sporting enthusiasts and conference groups. All rooms have spectacular lake and mountain views. All guests 12 years and over are required to be fully vaccinated and validated by the COVID-19 vaccination pass in order to enter the premises, its venues and outlets. This policy will continue to be reviewed in line with the changi...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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    16

  • Very Good

    26

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    19

  • Reasonable

    14

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    20

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    3

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    32

  • Solo travel

    2

  • Family

    6

  • Friends getaway

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A good stay

Reviewed 21 january, 2022

Stayed here for two nights in a suite room in Jan checking was good the room was clean and good with a view of the lake made use of the pool and breakfast is always good a good stay.the room we had was spacious and staff helpful there was some conferences on that did not impact on our stay the hotel is in a good location on the waterfront.

Doug1959

An Awesome Few Nights

Reviewed 14 november, 2021

Came to Queenstown to celebrate a friend's birthday. Bought a Grab One voucher for two nights and booked an extra night. Nothing wrong with this place - everything in the room was in good working order, bed was really comfortable, we had a nice wee balcony with a good view. All of the staff we encountered at the front desk, bar and restaurant were lovely and could not have been more helpful. Great atmosphere in the bar for a quite drink with some awesome music playing - breakfast at the restaurant was top notch (the eggs bene some of the best we've ever had) Only a 5-10 minute walk to the wharf and bars/restaurants. We'll definitely stay again in the future.

Nomads_on_Tour

AVOID, TO SAY THE LEAST!!!!!

Reviewed 21 august, 2021

Visited Queenstown recently and stayed @Rydges. Chose this hotel for its location. Upon reaching, found restroom sink did not drain, the door was squeaky, room pretty basic, table chairs set was old and rusted- in short, not worth it at all. Except Vivek, their manager, nothing was good enough. Vivek was a great communicator and helped us as much as he could. The dryer did not work and does not dry up clothes either. Make better choices!!

SabaA332

Basic and budget for high end prices

Reviewed 17 august, 2021

With a brand name and excellent location, my expectations were high. I was disappointed when we got to our room and it was basic. It’s in desperate need of an upgrade. The reception area is the highlight of the hotel. It was super clean and the staff were lovely. For the price you’ll get much better value for money elsewhere

niccstark

AVOID AVOID AVOID much better options avaliable

Reviewed 17 july, 2021

We booked for a Saturday night as a friend was celebrating his birthday. It was made clear on the booking the room was "sound proofed" in the bullet points which influenced my decision to book. At midnight there were 3 guests we had in our room talking n listening to music on the tv and had an aggressive knock from an angry little man and I was shouted at to "turn off music and you do no more talking at all it is past 12 o'clock you go to sleep". No warning. No phonecall asking us to turn it down which we would have happily done if we knew we were keeping anyone up. Clearly false advertising that its soundproofed and is a breach of the Fair Trading Act. Will be making a complaint to the Commerce Commision moving forward so they hopefully remove this misleading information unless clarity is provided as to what "sound proofing" implies as no other hotels state "sound proofing" in their rooms. I would take this to the disputes tribunal aswell to argue for a refund If I had the time but I will just write this off as a life lesson to never stay at the Rydges again.

PaulQtown