This property is located beside one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, Lake Wanaka. With lawns stretching right to the water’s edge, the hotel is nestled within the spectacular Southern Alps in the South Island. Guests choose from hotel, suite or apartment style accommodation, all with spectacular views.
Element Edgewater Day Spa features stunning views of Lake Wanaka and the surrounding Mountains. It offers a variety of massage, beauty and spa treatments. Kayaking on the lake can be arranged, as well as mountain biking in the surrounding countryside.
Spacious and comfortable guestrooms have lake and mountain views with either an outdoor patio or balcony. The perfect place to enjoy a tranquil and relaxing stay directly on Wanaka’s lakefront.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free newspaper
- Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)
- Premium TV channels
- Free WiFi
- Coffee/tea maker
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
- Daily housekeeping
- Shower/tub combination
- Private bathroom
- Plasma TV
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Number of bathrooms – 1
- Room service (limited hours)
- Balcony or patio
- Free cribs/infant beds
- Satellite TV service
Full breakfasts are available for a surcharge and are served each morning between 7 AM and 10 AM.
Wineglass Restaurant and Cafe
Featuring seasonal menus and stunning lake views. Wineglass Cafe is open daily from 10.00am till late.
On the Map: Wanaka is a resort town on New Zealand’s South Island. The town is roughly 67 km (41 miles) northeast of Queenstown and 428 km (266 miles) southwest of Christchurch.
Wanaka is a popular tourist resort on the southern shores of Lake Wanaka. The Cardrona Valley, near Wanaka, was the scene of a small goldrush in 1862. Prior to 1940 the settlement of Wanaka, the town was known as Pembroke and it has retained the flavour of a typical New Zealand holiday town, in comparison to Queenstown which has become an international resort. Wanaka is now mainly a tourist resort surrounded by mountain scenery and a ski resort in winter. The town features four distinct seasons, meaning it is the perfect year-round destination. In the summer, take advantage of the hot weather and take part in water sports, hiking, and biking. In the winter, take advantage of the snow and visit one of the area’s numerous ski areas. While springtime is perfect for exploring the lakeside tracks and trails, the vibrant colors of the fall are perfect for those photographers looking to catch some lakeside magic. No matter which season you decide to visit, Wanaka has something for everyone.