New Zealand

Holiday Inn Queenstown Remarkables Park opens its doors

Hotel anticipating major influx of lockdown freed Aucklanders

Holiday Inn’s newest flagship hotel, the Holiday Inn Queenstown Remarkables Park is open for business.

The first full-service accommodation venue to open within the new Remarkables Park retail, accommodation, residential and recreational development in Frankton, the new property anticipates welcoming a major influx of Aucklanders recently released after enduring more than 100 days of gruelling lockdown.

GM Mathew Simister and Q Long Investments’ Xue Yang

Offering 182 rooms and suites, the new hotel is perfectly positioned to explore all sides of Queenstown and the greater Central Otago region, situated just a five-minute drive from Queenstown Airport and 30-minutes to the slopes of The Remarkables ski area.

All rooms include Vittoria pod coffee machines, robes, slippers, smart TVs with Chromecast technology for personal app streaming, and free wifi. Bathrooms are bright and roomy complete with dual shower heads, and SOAK superfood skincare amenities.

The hotel’s food and drink options include Giants Restaurant and Bar and Rolling Giants to-go Café.

And for the fitness minded, the hotel offers a high-tech gym while scenic trails for running, walking, and biking are easily accessible from the hotel’s doorstep.

Perfect for corporate groups and events, the Holiday Inn Queenstown Remarkables Park hotel presents four flexible meeting spaces that cater to events for 30 to 200 people with the E-bar providing a co-working space for guests to plug-in and feel part of the social vibe of the lobby area.

General manager, Mathew Simister, said the opening is perfect timing for the summer holiday season in Queenstown, as well as lockdown and border restrictions easing for Aucklanders.

“We are excited to welcome holidaying families, leisure and business travellers to our flagship, next-generation design Holiday Inn hotel in New Zealand,” he said.

“Holiday Inn Queenstown Remarkables Park is an investment in Queenstown’s thriving community and will delight travelling guests and local diners with its modern design encapsulating the beauty of Queenstown’s surrounds, majestic mountain views and vibrant local food and drink.

Mike Parker-Brown

Mike Parker-Brown is a UK-trained and qualified journalist and an award-winning travel communicator with more than 30 years experience. Since 2002, Mike has worked as a freelance writer and PR consultant providing his services to major organisations in Australia and internationally in the tourism, aviation, hospitality, recruitment and export marketing sectors.

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