I read the various comments here, good and bad, and wanted to give my comments based on our stay. The owners are definitely a bit eccentric, but that is not a bad thing and they were very nice people. If I could give a suggestion, the husband might consider less physical contact. More formal people might be uncomfortable with that. I don't believe he had any bad intentions however, just his style. The motel is a bit outside of town. There is an inner few blocks in the middle of town. These motels here would be very loud at night as there are over 50 bars in town and quite a few backpackers around. There is another ring of motels just outside of this area, which is where this hotel is. The area is very quiet, and a nice view of the remarkables from the street at the motel (not from the rooms, at least the family rooms we were in, not sure on the studios). The walk from town is definitely tough, but someone in reasonable shape would not have much trouble, and most hotels outside the inner town would have this walk. The owner is definitely fussy with the rooms, but the rooms are very nice so it is understandable.
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- If you are looking for quality, comfort and friendliness during your stay in Queenstown, Amity Lodge is the place to stay. Our lovely spacious One and Two Bedroom Apartments cater for your every need.Sky TV,Free unlimited Wifi, kitchenette, free off street parking and just a 5 minute walk to town. ... more less
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