Luxury & Boutique

The following are examples of luxury and small boutique lodges located throughout New Zealand in both rural and more urban locations. Offering good service and comfort, these accommodations will often provide a choice between taking meals onsite versus exploring the surrounding area.

Leveraging our team to book accommodations does not cost our clients anymore out of pocket than retail. However, the value we provide is in years of relationships with our partners, understanding the better rooms, and providing a consolidated and comprehensive itinerary which uses your time and capital as efficiently as possible. 

We have years of experience throughout the country and will find the correct accommodations for you - within your budget.

Eichardt's Private Hotel

Eichardt's history dates back to the gold rush of the 1860s, when Queenstown's founder, William Rees, built a woolshed on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Today this property is luxury in the middle of town- with easy access to shopping and restaurants.

The Greenmantle Estate

As the only true luxury lodge on the west coast of the lower North Island, Greenmantle Estate Lodge offers sophistication and convenience to the Kapiti Coast and Paraparaumu Beach.

QT Museum Hotel

This design-driven hotel contains a ever-changing curated collection of "high & low-brow art" and is located horbourside in central Wellington

Customer reviews

I can’t thank you enough for your help planning a truly memorable vacation. Yuliya and I had an amazing time. Two definite highlights were the sailboat charter and the Marlborough Lodge. Nik and his girlfriend Natalie were such a pleasure to meet and spend a perfect day with. The Marlborough Lodge is one of the nicest places I have ever stayed. From the room, to the staff and the exquisite food it was top notch. I have referred you to a couple of my friends who are planning trips next year and when We make it back, you will be our first call. Thank you again for everything.

—Matt & Yuliya B., Long Beach, CA

Highlights Of The Trip: Getting off the plane in Queenstown – overwhelmed with the beauty. The boat ride in Queenstown to experience the expansiveness.

The drive from Queenstown to Franz Joseph - the mountains and glacier lakes that went on forever. Our lunch spot that day at a campsite on a lake. Abel Tasman: this is where I want to return and spend a week to hike the entire trail. Spent the day biking in Napier to wineries.

—Mary Jean S., Chapel Hill, NC