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My partner and I stayed for 3 nights at Nomads Queenstown Hostel in February 2018. We chose the place for its prime location and in that aspect, the hostel did not disappoint: it was under 10 minutes walk to everywhere we went, be it attractions,...More
The room was lovely but if you are going there not to be out till 5am do not stay here. The club opposite our room made sure we didn't sleep till 5am.
We only booked the room to get a good nights sleep before my...More
Thank Ashley B
Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Te Wahipounamu), New Zealand
Big and clean room, friendly staff, WiFi, free dinner, enough facilities for all the people (no qeues) and the best of it all: Sauna!
We stayed for only one night but it was great. We were in the Sauna and then decided to go into...More
The room was clean, had a great view, the bed was comfy and the staff very nice. I recommend this Nomads for sure. We are in our 50’s and did not feel out of place staying in a hostel. We had a king size bed,...More
Great room well set out, clean good price for what it is. Room had a nice view out east to the hills. Staff are relaxed helpful and friendly.
Nomads is in a great central location in Queenstown.
It’s a little noisey at night (being down...More
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I think it was about $4 a load to wash, $4 a load to dry... but be mindful you can only choose 1 setting for each. Say like for the dryer you either do a cool dry or a really hot dry for your clothes so if you have a couple... More
I think it was about $4 a load to wash, $4 a load to dry... but be mindful you can only choose 1 setting for each. Say like for the dryer you either do a cool dry or a really hot dry for your clothes so if you have a couple of delicates then some regular clothes you have to do them in separate batches. If you put them all together you either end up with clothes still wet, or delicate fabric with possible damage.