Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel Completes Three Luxury Junior Suites

Courtesy of Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel

Three luxury junior suites have just been completed at Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel and were officially opened on November 18 by the U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand, Scott Brown, in front of an audience of almost 100 invited guests. The three new suites have been built on the floor above the existing premier Remarkables Rooms; they all have views of the surrounding mountains, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Cecil Peak. In addition, they all overlook the Queenstown Recreational Ground.

The new suites have individual gas fireplaces and open balconies. They also have king-size beds, bathrooms with herring bone tiling and decor with an emphasis on sourcing Kiwi-made items.

The hotel holds a Qualmark five-star Boutique & Lodge grading, which is the highest level in this category.

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Patterson Hospitality, the owner of Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel represents three family-owned businesses; Commodore Hotel in Christchurch (160 guestrooms), luxury rental car company Touchdown Car Rentals and Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel.

Three brothers manage the businesses: Michael running the Commodore Hotel, Ken specifically dedicated to Touchdown Car Rentals operations and based in Queenstown, and Thomas, managing sales and marketing across the group. The brothers are the second generation of Patterson’s involved in hospitality.  Their father, Tom, started the Commodore Hotel in 1971 with business partner Michael Ward.

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