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14 Oct. - 15 Oct.
Quiet. Would return. Disappointing to have a TV in the middle of an otherwise sensational view. Great running route in front of the hotel. Some lovely staff.
1 Oct. - 2 Oct.
Very relaxing picturesque location looking out over the lake. Room was generally clean and not too cramped. Bar and restaurant staff friendly. Probably main drawback is that there is no pool or hot tub which you generally look for after a big day hiking or skiing.
On the southern half of New Zealand's South Island is the region of Otago, an area known for incredible scenery, a landscape made up of hills and valleys, beautiful lakes, and charming villages boasting traditional stone architecture. Dunedin is the largest of the cities in Otago, and it makes for a great base to enjoy attractions like the octagonal city centre, the famed Robert Burns Statue, Larnach Castle, and Dunedin Botanical Gardens. Dunedin is known as the Edinburgh of New Zealand, and boasts serious Scottish pride, but it is also home to miles of tramping routes, scenic beaches, and the Peninsula, an amazing coastal spot where you can spot sea lions, admire seals, and even go fishing right from the shore. In Otago's Queenstown, located at the base of the Southern Alps, you can do everything from skiing in the winter to horseback riding along the perimeter of the stunning Lake Wakatipu. Head to Koekohe Beach to see the world-famous Moeraki Boulders, almost perfectly spherical boulders strewn along the sandy coastline. You could sample locally-made cheese, sip wines produced in the Central Otago Wine Region, or even try panning for gold in Alexandra. Truly, Otago offers something for everyone, making it an unbeatable holiday destination on the South Island.
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If you're flying into Otago, the best choice is often to travel through the Dunedin International Airport (DUD), located just 20 minutes from the centre of Dunedin. Taxis and shared shuttles are readily available at the airport, although Otago car hire is a great option for those who plan to travel throughout the region on their holiday. Otago boasts a cool and comfortable climate for much of the year, with only minor temperature fluctuations between the seasons. The busiest times for Otago travel are the New Zealand school holidays, with summer in particular being popular thanks to average temperatures of 19 degrees.
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