Hotel St Moritz, Queenstown - MGallery Collection5.0 out of 5.0
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30 September-4 October 2017 four nights Hotel: this was an excellent that we rate as 5 star Laundry room was available and reasonable in price. Free newspaper. This was a very enjoyable stay. Staff: the staff was excellent and we give them a 5 star rating. Very friendly welcoming staff. Tegan was especially helpful for aiding us with our excursion confirmations and pickup times and locations. She also assisted us with currency exchange. The servers in the breakfast room were very welcoming, friendly and accommodating. Room: one bedroom suite Excellent 4.5 star Excellent room. Nice to have a microwave. Excellent bath robes, the best bath robes we’ve ever worn. The only negative was a lack of drawer space for clothing. For two people, there was drawer space for only one person, thus I lived the four nights out of my suit case. Pillows: good pillows, I would have preferred feather pillows, but these were good. they did have a pillow menu with 5 different types of pillows, but unfortunately (for me) no feather pillows. Bathroom: Excellent bathroom, nice deep bathtub, very clean and up to date. very spacious and well laid out. Television: channel selection was good. Breakfast: breakfast was very good which we rate as 5 star Good food, great selection. the jams were exceptionally good. Pool: no pool Outside hot tub was nice, but the cover was a bit tough to remove and then put back again. Nice sauna Miscellaneous: nice short distant walk to the town for restaurants and visiting the market. the walk was a bit steep hiking back to the hotel, but it was doable and not very long.
The hotel and rooms are great, we had the Lakeview suite which overlooked the lake and Queenstown. It was my partners birthday and they gave us some really nice cookies and a handwritten note which was a lovely touch! The bed was huge and super comfy! They have a nice little bar that over looks the late with a great wine list and you can order tapas from the kitchen or dine in the restaurant. We ordered 3 tapas dishes for $30. If you want breakfast I recommend going for a walk into town and finding a cafe as it is much cheaper. To order the full buffet with hot food it was $30 a person. We ordered al a carte, I had the eggs Benedict which was nice but my partner ordered toast which was 2 very small pieces of toast for $10, which I found a little pricey. We booked here for 2 nights, we wanted to stay for another as we liked it but do do so we needed to change rooms and the new room wouldn't be ready until after 5pm... We were not prepared to wait all day for a room when we were all ready staying so we decided to check out. The only other let down was the slow speed if the wifi The staff were amazing and lovely to deal with and we may stay here again :)
We stayed at this hotel after attending a conference in Queenstown. As it was part of the Accor group we thought it would be good. We were not disappointed. We stayed in a suite that overlooked the lake. The suite was well fitted out and well maintained. We found the staff to be friendly and efficient. The restaurant was superb. We dined there on a couple of occasions. The bar was well placed to give patrons a great view of the lake. The hotel isn’t cheap but it is worth the money. We’ll stay here again next time.
Been some time since I stayed in central Queenstown and wasn’t disappointed. The hotel is well situated offering good views. Good choice of restaurants and close enough to walk into town. The only downside would be no swimming pool but they have a sauna and hot tubs. Service was good throughout. One disappointment was to park on site costs $20per day and limited street parking.
Nice hotel but not clicking in all cylinders considering cost Service not up to snuff with unanswered emails and snippy front desk personnel Rooms nice but make sure you get lake view room or stay elsewhere
We stayed in a one bedroom suite with a view. The view was amazing. I loved the extra space of having the one bedroom with a living and kitchen area. Staff was very nice. Only complaint is I would have liked a blue tooth device to play music.
We stayed here for 4 nights while visiting Queenstown. We had a lovely suite, but probably should have upgraded to one with a view. Still, we did enjoy the spectacular views from the bar and from the restaurant where we had wonderful breakfasts. (We also enjoyed tapas from the bar.) The hotel has a great location, but it is on a short steep hill, so that can be problematic for older or disabled visitors. They do provide free taxi service back up the hill, however. The walk in shower was appreciated. This is a great hotel.
staff is all nice and helpful. The hotel has a great lake view. I got a suite room with private garden. even though I did not have a lake view, it was worth it. You need to walk around 5mins to get to the town centre but the town itself is very small so it is great to expend to your local area.
We had a Garden View Room on level 1. No View, but the restaurant and bar had fabulous so we spent out time there! The rooms are new and gorgeous - can't fault them! Staff were wonderful. Welcome drink was lovely - the whole hotel has an alpine feel. Breakfast was wonderful, including the option to pay for a Lunchbox to fill with things from the breakfast buffet to take on a picnic or adventure. An easy walk into town or a few dollars in a cab if you can't face the hill on the way home.
Very friendly staff. Older hotel but added to the cosy atmosphere, darker lighting, cow skin, scented candles. It was lovely just if modern city chic is your thing then this isn’t for you. The restaurant for breakfast was outstanding! The eggs and mushrooms were the best I’ve ever tasted. We had the lake view room and that was a good choice it was beautiful. I will say that if you’re a light sleeper you can hear people walking around above you but that didn’t concern me.
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86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1955 reviews