Ski Accommodation in Queenstown
Queenstown skiing is world famous, with a great range of world-class ski resorts and ski fields. When you come to Queenstown to ski, you will need to find ski accommodation in Queenstown. As it is a year-round tourist town, there are a huge range of options available to the avid skiier or snowboarder, from luxury hotels and apartments, to cosy bed and breakfasts, and all-purpose motels.
Queenstown ski fields are open from around June to October each year, with the actual dates varying depending on the weather and snow falls. Queenstown ski fields offer a full range of services, with slopes for the novice and the experienced, skiiers and snowboarders, young and old. Services include ski lifts, cafes, ski gear hire and much more.
When looking for Queenstown ski accommodation, Platinum Queenstown is an ideal option. Located near to 5 ski fields, including Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Cardona Alpine Resort, Treble Cone Ski Area and Snow Park NZ. These luxurious, spacious apartments offer 3 bedrooms and can sleep groups and families of up to 6 people. If required an adjoining garage is available to guests where they can not only store a vehicle if they have one, but also any ski gear they may have.
A ski rental service is available direct to your luxury apartment at Platinum Queenstown. Premium service Snopro will come direct to you, and fit you for the ski gear you require. They will both deliver and pick up the snow gear at times that best suit you.
Further, Platinum Queenstown luxury apartments provide a huge range of facilities, including 1GB of free WiFi Internet per day of stay meaning that after a hard day of skiing or snowboarding, you can relax in front of the schist stone gas fireplace and upload all your videos and photos from your day to your social media accounts and keep in touch with friends and family around the world.
Accommodation in Queenstown is quickly booked out, so it is advisable to get your bookings in early.
Queenstown is truly a spectacular, awe inspiring destination - in any season of the year. But in winter, the surrounding mountains are shrouded with snow and the town comes alive with the Queenstown Winter Festival. So what are you waiting for?
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