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These brand-new, spacious homes boast magnificent views from every window.
The highlight of both La Casa and Casa Duo is the grand open plan living area, large windows frame the panoramic views extending in one direction over Queenstown Hill to the Crown Range and on the other, across Lake Wakatipu to Walter and Cecil Peaks.
Situated on New Zealand's South Island - Queenstown is a 45-minute flight or roughly 6-hour drive from Christchurch, the South Island's main international airport.
Rugged mountains, majestic lakes and crystal clear air have always attracted visitors to Queenstown. From its origins as an 1860's gold mining camp, Queenstown has developed a sophisticated downtown area which extends along the picturesque bay on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Wherever you are in Queenstown you'll enjoy amazing views. There's also a permanent buzz of excitement downtown thanks to the lively café and bar scene and Queenstown's excellent shopping.
You'll find there's more to do here than you can squeeze in to most vacations. From wine trails to bungy jumping, dining out to skiing, jet boating to trekking or just relaxing in a local health spa, the challenge in Queenstown is trying to fit everything in to your stay.
Whether you are a novice or an extreme skier or snowboarder, Queenstown has something to offer. Skiing, snowboarding and heli-skiing are all locally available from Coronet Peak and the Remarkables ski fields. Nearby Pisa Range now offers a Snow Park and Nordic ski area.
Hunting, Fishing and ¦Wine
The area is renowned internationally for the quality of its fly-fishing and its trophy hunting. For some visitors, it's not hunting but wine-tasting that draws them to the region. Central Otago's local vineyards are fast making a name for themselves with local Pinot Noirs and Late Harvest wines winning international recognition.
Nearby areas of interest include Arrowtown, Wanaka, Glenorchy and Cromwell. All these destinations are part of the extraordinarily beautiful Southern Lakes region which featured in Peter Jackson's Lord of The Rings trilogy. For those who prefer to get a bird's eye view, flightseeing by plane or helicopter can take you over the Southern Alps and Fiordland's World Heritage Park.
You'll have to come back to Queenstown more than once. Each season is beautiful here -and the region offers a huge variety of events and activities that change with the seasons.
"La Casa was more than I was expecting when I went to Queenstown!! The place is spectacular, as are the views, and it's your own house that is conveniently located near town! It's literally a 2 minute drive or a gorgeous walk around the lake to get to town... I definitely recommend La Casa to anyone that might be looking for a place to stay with their familly or friends in Queenstown!! It's a luxurious place to stay at a very reasonable price!!!" - Anne Dijamco
"My family usuallly takes a one or two week vacation with our good friend's family every year! This time, we decided to go to Queenstown in New Zealand and had a blast!! We stayed at La Casa together and there was plenty of space for all of us...all 8 of us!! I happened to wander just up the road and found that there was a hotel that was much more expensive with not as nice of a property! I definitely recommend La Casa for anyone going to Queenstown, New Zealand!! " - Stacey Bartolo