THE PENTHOUSE BY EICHARDT’S
The Penthouse sits atop the brand new Eichardt’s building and enjoys uninterrupted views across Lake Wakatipu to the snow-capped peaks beyond.
With 240 square metres of spacious living areas, indoor and outdoor kitchens, two large bedrooms, marble bathrooms, sauna, spa and Queenstown’s largest private terrace, The Penthouse is the ultimate in luxury accommodation.
For those who demand the height of excellence, The Penthouse is the ultimate in luxury and sophistication.
OUR EXCLUSIVE LAST-MINUTE OFFER!
Enjoy the ultimate Queenstown Lux with our exclusive short-lead offer, valid for stays 15 July – 15 August:
- Two nights accommodation in the two-bedroom Penthouse for up to 4 guests
- Airport transfers in Queenstown
- Krug Champagne on arrival
- Personal Butler
- Private Chef
The Penthouse experience commences on arrival. A chauffeur will meet you at the airport in a Land Rover Discovery which is available for your private use throughout your stay.
Your dedicated 24-hour butler will escort you via private elevator to the Penthouse where you will enjoy every luxury, including pre-dinner cocktails served in-suite, Krug Champagne, and an excellent selection of Moet & Hennessy spirits replenished daily.
Naturally breakfast is included, as is your private chef.
The Eichardt’s story is as rich as the New Zealand gold rush in the 1860s from which he hotel was born.
In 1859, pastoralist William Gilbert Rees built a homestead on the lakefront and erected a woolshed on the site now occupied by Eichardt’s Hotel.
When gold was discovered in the nearby Shotover River, Rees found himself at the centre of a gold rush, and the entrepreneurial Rees quickly turned to the hotel keeping business. The woolshed was given a wooden façade and turned into a hotel and named the Queen’s Arms.
In early 1866, Rees entered into partnership with Albert Eichardt who went on to become the sole proprietor of the hotel by 1869. Eichardt renamed the property, Eichardt’s Queen’s Arms Hotel.
Eichardt’s is a significant local landmark, and is listed as a Category 2 historic place by the Historic Places Trust. Eichardt’s today accommodates discerning travellers from around the globe.