Hostels In Queenstown

13 Hostels in Queenstown, New Zealand
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Adventure Queenstown Hostel
9.5Superb
(2893)
Hostel- 0.15km from city centre
Welcome to Adventure Queenstown Hostel. For a full video of what to expect from your time here with us
Privates From
€48.84
Dorms From
€34.05
Adventure Q2 Hostel
9.5Superb
(1919)
Hostel- 0.07km from city centre
Welcome to Adventure Q2 Hostel! Catering to young independent travellers from around the world we offer mostly shared room accommodation and run in-house activities most nights a week to make it easy to meet new people from around the world. Our fantastically...
Privates From
€50.23
Dorms From
€30.70
Absoloot Hostel Queenstown
9.4Superb
(2225)
Hostel- 0.32km from city centre
Absoloot Hostel QT in the heart of town offers adventure & comfort, steps away from attractions. Located on Lake Wakatipu, surrounded by Southern Alps, we are a haven for travelers seeking an unparalleled experience with the most spectacular view in town!
Privates From
€9.30
Dorms From
€20.09
HAKA House Queenstown Lakefront
9.0Superb
(66)
Hostel- 1.17km from city centre
Welcome to Haka House Queenstown Lakefront, you will find us located at 88-90 Lake Esplanade, Queenstown 9300. We are a hostel down the end of Queenstown, right on the lakefront in stunning township loved by all.
Privates From
€5.58
Dorms From
€11.16
Alpine Lodge
8.9Fabulous
(97)
Hostel- 0.32km from city centre
One of Queenstown's smallest hostels (26 guests), Alpine Lodge is a great base for all your fun times in the adventure capital of the world.
Privates From
€16.74
Dorms From
€18.08
The Black Sheep Backpackers
8.6Fabulous
(673)
Hostel- 0.41km from city centre
Black Sheep Backpackers offers guests a convenient place to stay in the heart of the stunning alpine reso
Privates From
€27.72
Dorms From
€27.91
The Flaming Kiwi Backpackers
8.6Fabulous
(875)
Hostel- 0.51km from city centre
Welcome to the Flaming Kiwi. We are situated 5 minutes walk to the town centre and 3 minute walk to super market.
No Privates Available
Dorms From
€31.81
Haka Lodge Queenstown
8.4Fabulous
(812)
Hostel- 0.11km from city centre
A Little Backpacker Oasis in the Heart of Queenstown with Free Unlimited WiFi and a Warm Welcome.
Privates From
€1.12
Dorms From
€1.12
Nomads Queenstown
8.2Fabulous
(3327)
Hostel- 0.18km from city centre
Feel right at home in our fun friendly at our fun, friendly ? did we mention award-winning? ? hostel, Nomads Queenstown.
Privates From
€54.87
Dorms From
€27.44
Hippo Lodge Backpackers
7.8Very Good
(64)
Hostel- 0.33km from city centre
Located in Queenstown, Hippo Lodge Backpackers is a small, friendly hostel, situated on the side of Queenstown Hill.
No Privates Available
Dorms From
€19.53
LyLo Queenstown
7.7Very Good
(650)
Hostel- 0.22km from city centre
Located in the heart of downtown Queenstown, this adrenaline fuelled, picturesque town in the south of New Zealand is surrounded by soaring mountains.
Privates From
€31.81
Dorms From
€36.28
Southern Laughter Backpackers
7.4Very Good
(1879)
Hostel- 0.33km from city centre
Welcome to Southern Laughter Lodge, Queenstown New Zealand, warm and friendly backpacker accommodation in the heart of the adventure capital of New Zealand.
Privates From
€30.70
Dorms From
€23.44
Pinewood Lodge
0.0
(173)
Hotel- 0.73km from city centre
Pinewood Lodge offers the perfect base to explore the adventure city of Queenstown.
Privates From
€27.91
Dorms From
€19.53

About Queenstown

You’re either on this page because a.) You’ve never been to Queenstown, but you’ve heard it’s a real good time, b.) You’ve been and you’re ready for round 2/3/4 of a real good time or, c.) you’re procrastinating from doing something and searching for your next trip seems like a good idea to you. Let’s face it, a trip to Queenstown - the adventure capital of New Zealand, is never a bad idea.

Not only does Queenstown have an unbeatable list of things to do, but it also boasts some great hostels. As there’s so much to experience, book a Queenstown hostel with friendly staff who will help you get planning (that’s all of them!). You’ll find free hot soup, every evening for the ski season in one hostel and even a spa pool too. There are Queenstown backpacker hostels with bar crawls, games nights and BBQs. There’s free Wi-Fi available and plenty of dorms to rest your head. For couples and those after their own sleeping space book a private room, en-suites available too.

If you are planning to make your way down to Queenstown for the snow season, then choosing a hostel in Queenstown along the main road in town will make your life a whole lot easier. This will also allow you to save money on taxis after a big night on the town by conveniently walking (or stumbling) home. Stay in Fernhill if you’re here for the nature as you’ll be near the hiking and cycling routes. If you’re looking for an airport-handy base then Frankton is the place to stay, it’s cute too with markets and Kawaru Bridge – where the world’s first commercial bungee jump stands.

If it's not obvious by now, you will not find yourself lost for things to do while you’re in Queenstown, no matter the length of your stay. In the winter, Queenstown turns into a mini winter wonderland with stunning snow-capped mountains. From winter sports to bungy jumping to skydiving to jet boat rides through a canyon to funyaking on the Dart River, you won’t find yourself short of things to do. For a more mellow day hop on a day tour to Milford Sound and allow the fiords to put your ‘worries’ into perspective. Not to mention, come nightfall Queenstown puts on some impressive nightlife with pub crawls on 5 nights of the week!

Owing to Queenstown’s size getting around by foot is the best way to go. If you want to explore further out, hire bikes - push or electric (for those not so keen on working the calves) to adventure to one of the many bike tracks in and around the town and its picture-perfect mountains. Buses are your form of transport in terms of getting to and from the ski slopes unless you rent your own car. If you do this, be sure you know how to put chains on your wheels during the winter months. Flying in from Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch is easy as Queenstown has its own airport. Travellers also arrive on the various backpacker buses.

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