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Best hostel in Queenstown and probably all of New Zealand..
Super friendly staff who arrange an activity each night, which makes it easier to meet new people.
Very central location , 20 second walk to the closest supermarket and all the bars/shops whitin a minutes...More
We stayed for 4 nights in a 6 bed dorm. Facilities in the hostel are great. Nice showers and bathrooms, great lounge area, clean kitchen. Fun extra’s like spotify in kitchen, Netflix and playstation in tv room. Friendly staff. Although we did not sleep well....More
This hostel easily ranks in my top 2, if not, equal 1st of all the hostels I've been in. The rooms are well laid out with sufficient spaces and shelves for everyone in the room. Each bunk has their own shelf, pocket, light, power point...More
I stayed in this hostel for 3 nights, and highly recommend while you are in Queenstown. It is very centrally located and has got service of a 5 star hotel. I was given a room on the top floor and the rooms are named uniquely....More
Where to even begin...the staff were the most friendly and welcoming folks making sure that not only our hostel was exceeding expectations but our time in Queenstown was. From fun and personal name tags for our bunks to the inviting social areas, Adventure Q2 is...More
Response from LisaW3569 | Property representative |
Hi, and thanks for your question and your interest in our little hostel! Because she's 13, your daughter would not be permitted to stay in a shared room (that is, one of our dorm-style rooms). Guests staying in these rooms... More
Hi, and thanks for your question and your interest in our little hostel! Because she's 13, your daughter would not be permitted to stay in a shared room (that is, one of our dorm-style rooms). Guests staying in these rooms must be 17 or older. However, as an alternative, you could check out our sister hostel Adventure Queenstown Hostel. They have 4 bed shared rooms available (we have only 6 bed shared rooms). If you were to book all 4 beds in a 4 bed shared room, then that room would be considered "private" and there is no minimum age in that case. Have a look at the AQ website and please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.