By KarryOn @karryontravel07 Dec 2017The highly anticipated QT Queenstown has opened its stylish doors to welcome visitors to its latest designer sanctuary, set amongst New Zealand’s spectacular Southern Alps. QT Queenstown is now welcoming guests to their ‘designer sanctuary where Mother Nature meets modern design.’ With just 69 rooms, this immaculately detailed hotel will no doubt have guests drooling over the crystal clear Lake Wakatipu views and breathtaking peaks of the Southern Alps. And for good reason. Just look at it. Remarkable King Room Alpine Room Bathroom All of the gorgeously designed rooms feature luxurious QT Gel Beds, large ensuite bathrooms with designer finishes, complimentary in-room movies, a Nespresso machine and complimentary pods, MALIN+GOETZ amenities, floor to ceiling windows and timber floorboards. The Bazaar Interactive Marketplace and Reds Cocktail Bar are set to become a foodie’s paradise where chefs will put on a theatrical and interactive dining experience inspired by Central Otago’s fresh produce, with the chefs also harvesting produce from the properties own organic rooftop garden. The Rooftop Garden For wine connoisseurs and mixologists, its all about the hotel’s Reds Cocktail Bar, where New Zealand’s best drops and tantalising concoctions are matched to watch the sunset across the Alps and lake. Hello sundowners after a day up on the mountains. Queenstown’s finest bartenders will be working their magic late into the night with the largest selection of spirits and liqueurs in town and classic and signature tipples. There’s even a Martini maker in the room mini-bar in case you can’t be bothered to leave your room. Nice. The Bazaar QT Queenstown follows the design-DNA of QT’s predecessor properties, with its identity inspired by the surrounding environment along with a touch of signature QT quirk, encompassing a mixture of nostalgic alpine and après ski lifestyle in its public spaces, designer suites and dining offerings. QT Hotels & Resorts first put its stamp on the Australian tourism sector with the launch of QT Gold Coast in 2011. Their collection of properties now includes QT Gold Coast, QT Port Douglas, QT Falls Creek, QT Canberra, QT Bondi, QT Melbourne with flagships QT Sydney. Reds Bar Adding to its portfolio of stunning designer hotels and resorts, the recently opened QT Museum Wellington marks QT’s first international property, and QT Queenstown the collection’s second designer hotel in New Zealand. QT is set for further expansion in Australasia with plans for QT Perth and QT Parramatta currently underway. QT Queenstown hotel is perfectly placed, being just an 800m walk into town, with the Shotover River 1.8 km from QT Queenstown and AJ Hackett Bungy Jumping at Kawarau Bridge 7 km away. Queenstown Airport is 7 km from the property and around a 25-minute ride. Rooms start from AUD$300 per night. For more information, visit: www.qthotelsandresorts.com Which is your favourite QT Hotel or Resort? Share your thoughts below. Other stories you may like Two Travel Agents just WON return tickets to the Philippines ‘Mirry’ Christmas, Air New Zealand teaches Santa to speak Kiwi in latest ad Fancy some fush ‘n chips and a famil to NZ to go with it?