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Wednesday , January 24 2018

A first look inside QT Queenstown

The famously quirky brand has unveiled artist impressions of new property, QT Queenstown.

This is the first look at the interior of New Zealand’s next QT property. This stunning lake view resort will welcome guests from December 1, 2017 to sights over the clear lake and magnificent peaks of the Southern Alps, a quintessentially Queenstown setting.

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Nic Graham has worked on fashioning the QT vision since the first property of the collection, QT Gold Coast in 2011, balancing vintage influences and contemporary style to create a sense of luxury comfort, or in his words: “home, but a home many of us don’t experience”.

With the needs of the modern traveller in mind, QT Queenstown’s sophisticated food and drink offerings are already established with Bazaar Interactive Marketplace and Reds Cocktail Bar.

Bazaar continues the aesthetic direction of the resort. The exposed surfaces, the herringbone pattern on the floor and leather straps came from original story channeling outdoor sports equipment. Chefs provide an interactive dining experience inspired by Central Otago’s fresh produce. The mosaic of international cuisines is prepared before your eyes creating both an ocular and gastronomic experience for guests like no other.

The hallmark of good design and unparalleled views continues through to Reds with custom QT furniture. Reds is suited to wine connoisseurs and mixologists alike. Some of Queenstown’s finest bartenders tend to the early afternoon and late night crew with a large selection of spirits and liqueurs in town, with classic and signature tipples.

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