If you are searching for majestic comforts in vibrant Queenstown, Peppers Beacon is a bright shining light on the horizon. Queenstown resorts don’t come any better. Here you can admire the views of New Zealand’s famous Remarkables Mountains from your Queenstown accommodation, and surround yourself in the stylish comforts of a lakeside room, suite or deluxe penthouse apartment.
It is said that gold prospectors, captivated by the spectacular beauty of the mountains and rivers, named this now cosmopolitan destination Queenstown. Peppers Beacon, on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, is a short stroll from the heart of town. This scenic accommodation in Queenstown is just 10 minutes from the Airport.
Peppers Beacon is perfectly placed to explore the "Adventure Capital" of New Zealand, its skiing, snowboarding, national parks, scenic tours, bungy jumping and jet boat rides, to name just a few. If adventure is not your thing, Queenstown offers something for everyone, with plenty of sightseeing, pampering, shopping or indulgent food and wine to experience.
Access all the best activities of the region from your Queenstown accommodation or relax at the resort and later, explore the nightlife in town.
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The breakfast room at Peppers Beacon is temporarily closed until 01 July 2021. A short 100m stroll away in the centre of Queenstown are plenty of cafes and restaurants who can cater for breakfast. We apologise for the inconvenience.
Undercover secure overnight parking is available for $24.00 per night (subject to availability).
Choose from luxury accommodation styles, some with stunning views of Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables. More »
The breakfast lounge serves breakfast each morning. A stroll away are more than 100 restaurants, cafés and bars. More »
Overlooking its spectacular scenery, Peppers Beacon Resort specialises in intimate wedding ceremonies for up to 25 guests. More »
Peppers Beacon can cater for up to 40 delegates theatre-style with Peppers personalised service and state-of-the-art facilities. More »