Hidden is a luxury lodge that manages to combine a sophisticated elegance with a cosy atmosphere. It's set in peaceful surroundings with marvellous views of the Remarkable Mountains and Lake Wakatipu. Sitting on the edge of Lake Wakatipu in a quiet location just a few minutes drive from the centre of Queenstown.

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  • A Secluded Location

    Hidden sits on the edge of Lake Wakatipu in a secluded location just a few minutes drive from the centre of Queenstown.   The four rooms all have breathtaking views of the lake and mountains and are beautifully decorated with furniture crafted from native New Zealand timber.  Facilities include a sauna, gym and a wood fired hot pool.   Claudio Bartsch, the general manager, provides warm hospitality, welcoming you to Hidden and is on hand should you need anything during your stay.

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  • Queenstown

     

    Queenstown is known as the adventure capital of the world and has a stunning setting on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and overlooked by the mountains of The Remarkables.

    Jet Boating is the ideal way to venture into the wilderness up shallow river systems that are not accessible to other craft, and the river conditions are the best in New Zealand. Of course it goes without saying that Queenstown is the place to bungy jump, although this is not compulsory!

    There are some excellent day walks in the area including the track to the summit of Ben Lomond, which rewards you with fabulous 360 degree mountain and lake views.

    At a more relaxed pace, Queenstown also offers lake cruising, fine dining and great wine. Central Otago is the world’s most southerly wine growing region producing top class Pinot Noir and there are numerous wineries in the area.

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