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We stayed here for 2 nights from 8-10 January. Great location right by the visitor centre, a couple of restaurants and the Hermitage hotel which operates tours and has a bar and a cinema. Our room was basic but clean and comfortable enough with an...More
I stayed in the hostel section of the hotel. As far as hostel amenities go, this place has everything you could need: a full sized communal kitchen, a full bar and restaurant if you don't want/have your own food to cook, linens, and easy access...More
Stayed here for two nights and we had perfect views from our room for both days.
The facilities are a bit limited, the breakfast buffet room was a bit of a bun fight at times as it catered for so many people. The restaurant Panorama...More
We ended up leaving a day early as we had such terrible weather so can’t really say too much about the area. We had a self catered lodge room which had been newly refurbished and whilst basic was fine.
Our big issue was that within...More
Mount Cook has very few affordable places to stay and this one was not really cheap but it was really good for what it was offered. Although we felt not warned to bring food from elsewhere (as there is no supermarket or mini market nor...More
Response from Christina T | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is definitely one other place (Mountaineers Cafe), and I think one more. However, those are the ONLY options for everyone, so reservations are important. But this lodge also has a kitchen so you can make your own... More
Yes, there is definitely one other place (Mountaineers Cafe), and I think one more. However, those are the ONLY options for everyone, so reservations are important. But this lodge also has a kitchen so you can make your own food too. It's accessible to the track, but it will add about an hour onto your journey.