Taimana Central Apartment
Located on Shotover Street, you’ll be right in the heart of Queenstown. It’s location on the fourth floor ensures that you’re away from the action when you want to be and provided with a vantage point of some of the most outstanding views in town.
Designed with comfort in mind, the interior is sophisticated and contains every detail to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The lounge room has comfortable Italian sofas, perfect for watching movies on the 42 inch TV and relaxing by the fire. The spacious balcony comes with outdoor seating and BBQ, providing an ideal space for dining al fresco amidst the spectacular city, lake and mountain views.
Each of the three bedrooms benefit from ample space, built in wardrobes, TV’s, plus their own bathrooms.
The apartment also comes with its own secure carpark space in the garage below, so there’s no hassle when it comes to parking in town.
In winter the apartment is heated to perfection and comes with ski storage, providing the ideal luxury pad to enjoy the ski season.
Master Bedroom - Queen Bed
Bedroom 2 - Split King
Bedroom 3 - Split King
5 night minimum stay over Christmas and New Year
Note the ‘from’ price reflects the minimum number of guests at low season.
Features & Amenities
- Spa Bath
- SKY TV
- Indoor Fire
- Outdoor Seating
- Laundry Facilities
- Ski Storage
- Wheelchair Access
- Garage Parking
- Central Location
- Lake & Mountain Views
Free activity booking service
Complimentary welcome gift
Luxury linen & towels
Designer bathroom amenities
Meet & greet on arrival
Reviews of Taimana Central Apartment
Great apartment. Great service.
The apartment was in a great location in the centre of Queenstown and magical aspect from the roof top terrace. We were greeted for check in and given some 'local knowledge'.
-- Sam, Australia
An apartment so large and superbly finished so close to town is unheard of. It is beautifully finished and the communication with staff is brilliant. Would definitely return.
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