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Room check: Spire Hotel, Queenstown

Check-in: Is closely at a little desk in the anteroom, refreshing drink in hand.

The fashion: Refined and tranquil with the finest modern furnishings and personalised service.

The room: Suite 10 (there are just 10 in total) looks out over St Peter’s Church and gardens and upward towards the mountain ranges north of Queenstown.

The bed: A superb king with the crispiest cottons, a pillow menu along with a piece of housemade fudge at turn down each evening.

Toiletries: Molton Brown.

Queenstown's The Spire Hotel offers modern, five-star luxury. Photo / Supplied
Photo / Supplied

Extras: Proper chips, Whittaker’s chocolate, Antipodes water and fresh, crisp, juicy apples all complimentary from the mini bar.

Noise: You’re in the center of Queenstown’s bustling tavern, restaurant and cafe scene however, you’ll not understand it – perhaps because you have got the surround sound on the multimedia system pumping.

In the neighbourhood: Everything. This really is as essential as Queenstown gets.

With the extraordinary No 5 Church Lane as the resort eatery, yes please. Yes will deliver anything to your room from the pub and restaurant menu.

Queenstown's The Spire Hotel offers modern, five-star luxury. Photo / Supplied
Photo / Supplied

Conveyance: Loads of simple alternatives from Queenstown Airport, with valet parking accessible.

Finest bits: The house red wine is Surveyor Thompson pinot noir and there are loads of the newest magazines and art books to paw around as you savour every smooth drop. Oh and the yoghurt with honey and saffron for breakfast.

Cost: From $560 a nighttime including breakfast.

Contact: thespirehotel.com

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& #13;- NZ Herald