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Sink into the warmth of your exclusive hot pool and let your worries float away! A soak in the hot pools is the perfect way for you and a friend to satisfy your senses and treat yourselves. Retractable roofs and windows mean your bathing experience can be as indoor or outdoor as you like!
Housed in cedar-lined rooms, complete with a shower and changing facilities, the cedar hot tubs have a depth of 1m and offer panoramic views across the Shotover River. The spring fed water is heated to 37.8C on a hot day and to 39.8C in cooler months ensuring a relaxing experience unique to Queenstown.
At the touch of a button the front wall retracts and puts you amongst the amazing alpine scenery. Alternatively leave the wall in place and absorb the scenery through large picture-framed windows.
Your booking comes with a selection of locally sourced New Zealand treats including Gibbston Valley wines. The Tandeki includes towels, aromatherapy burner, a complimentary glass of bubbly, wine, beer, or juice with a choice of Pure ice cream, Proper Crisps or Whittakers Chocolate Bar.
Due to the popularity of this experience, we advise booking 21 days in advance to avoid disappointment.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
The price quoted is for two people and you will be entirely alone in your private pool room.
This experience operates in all weather conditions however the weather might affect the indoor/outdoor nature of your bathing experience.
Swim wear is compulsory. There are swimming costumes available for purchase. Towels are included
This experience takes place in Queenstown.