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The Penthouse by Eichardt's

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Rates Per Night

FROM NZD$10000.00

Rooms

2 Bedrooms - 4 Guests

Bdrm 1: King or 2x singles and ensuite

Bdrm 2: King or 2x singles and ensuite

2 Bathrooms

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LOCATION

2 Marine Parade, Queenstown

The Penthouse adorns the top of the brand new Eichardt's building and enjoys uninterrupted views across Lake Wakatipu to the snow-capped mountains beyond. With 240m2 of spacious living areas, indoor and outdoor kitchens, two large bedrooms, marble bathrooms, sauna, spa and Queenstown's largest private terrace, The Penthouse is the ultimate in luxury accommodation.

Exquisitely designed, the interior is beautifully appointed with sumptuous leather sofas and fully automated lighting, heating and entertainment systems. The stunning kitchen features Gaggenau and Sub Zero appliances, a granite island bench and further mountain views.

The expansive terrace complete with a generously sized spa pool, fireplace and fully equipped outdoor kitchen, provides the perfect venue to entertain with ease. A further two brand new Lake View Suites located on the level below offer the flexibility to host additional guests.

INCLUSIONS

The Penthouse experience commences on arrival. A chauffeur will meet you at the airport in a Land Rover Discovery which is available for your private use throughout your stay. Your dedicated 24-hour butler will escort you via private elevator to the Penthouse where you will enjoy every luxury, including pre-dinner cocktails served in-suite, Krug Champagne, and an excellent selection of Moet & Hennessy spirits replenished daily. Naturally breakfast is included, as is your private chef.

AMENITIES

Entertainment in The Penthouse is state-of-the-art with a 55 inch 4K television, SKY digital, PS4 Pro game console, Apple TV, Netflix and Sennheiser wireless headphones. Enjoy premium Aesop toiletries, GHD bathroom accessories and Nespresso machine with pods. The Penthouse may be new but the experience is quintessentially Eichardts'..