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The Hermitage Hotel Star Rating 4        
Terrace Road

Set in Mount Cook National Park, this modern lodge-style hotel is a 5-minute walk from Aoraki Mt Cook National Park Visitor Centre, and 3 km from Kea Point.Bright rooms (without air-conditioning) have satellite TV, minifridges and Wi-Fi (fee), plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some rooms have balconies, and upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines and sofas.
Remarkables Lodge Star Rating 5        
595 Kingston Road

This upscale lodge with views of The Remarkables mountains is 3 km from Lake Wakatipu, 14 km from Queenstown and 17 km from The Remarkables ski area.Featuring modern decor, the warm suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities; some have mountain and lake views. Upgraded suites add terraces, sitting areas and whirlpool tubs; some have sitting areas, balconies and claw-footed tubs.
Glentanner Park Centre Mount Cook Star Rating 4        
State Highway 80

LocationGlentanner Park Centre is located near Aoraki/Mount Cook that lies in the Southern Alps, the mountain range which runs the length of the South Island, New Zealand. This property is located about 15 minutes drive from the Mt Cook village also known as the Hermitage.RoomsGlentanner Park offers spacious and well-designed lodging units.
Ugbrooke Country Estate Blenheim Star Rating 4        
Ugbrooke Road, RD 4

So you are looking to get away and you've chosen New Zealand to escape to , then you will want to do it right and find the perfect mixture of luxury , history , nature and service - and that is just what you will at the Ugbrooke Country Estate Guest House in Blenheim New Zealand...
Aoraki Mount Cook Alpine Lodge Star Rating 4        
101 Bowen Drive

Surrounded by mountains and native bush, this quaint, alpine lodge in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park is an 8-minute walk from the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre and opposite an alpine garden area.The airy, relaxed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, mountain views, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some include bunk beds, while studios feature kitchenettes, sofabeds and verandahs.
Westhaven Retreat Lodge Star Rating 5        
Te Hapu Rd

Overlooking Kahurangi National Park and the Whanganui Inlet, this refined all-inclusive hotel is also 42 km from Mount Burnett.Luxurious rooms offer private verandahs with panoramic bay and forest views. All come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, iPod docks and minibars, as well as granite bathrooms with underfloor heating.
YHA Mt Cook Star Rating 4.5        
1 Bowen Drive

In the Mount Cook National Park, this relaxed hostel is 1 km from the 13-kilometre long Mueller Glacier and 10 km from scenic Tasman Lake.Ranging from private rooms to mixed and single-sex dorms, the laid-back accommodations have rustic pine walls, free Wi-Fi and shared bathrooms. Some feature mountain views.
Lochmara Lodge Wildlife Recovery and Arts Centre Star Rating 4        
Lochmara Bay

Enjoy your visit to Lochmara Bay with a stay at Lochmara Lodge. Guests indulge in deep-tissue massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant..
Aoraki Court Motel Star Rating 4.5        
26 Bowen Drive

Surrounded by mountains, this contemporary all-apartment hotel is in the centre of Aoraki Mount Cook Village, and 1 km from Aoraki Mt Cook National Park Visitor Centre.Offering sweeping mountain views, the sleek, modern studios feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and kitchenettes. They also have sitting areas, and some come with whirlpool baths.
Furneaux Lodge Star Rating 4        
Furneaux Lodge

Enjoy your visit to Endeavour Inlet with a stay at Furneaux Lodge. You can unwind with a drink at the bar / lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat..
 
 
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The South Island of New Zealand is renowned for its mountains, lakes and glaciers. The Southern Alps, home to 3,724m-high Aoraki Mt. Cook, run along the entire length of the island. In the southwest is Fiordland National Park, with steep-sided Milford Sound. In the north is Abel Tasman National Park, known for its trails and ocean kayaking. Queenstown is famed for adventure sports like bungee jumping and skiing.