Situated on the scenic waterfront of Lake Wakatipu, this upmarket resort offers studios featuring kitchen facilities and one, two, three and four bedroom apartments also possessing a balcony and panoramic mountain and lake views. Guests can relax in the comfort of their tastefully furnished rooms, cherish the stunning vistas and venture along the Frankton walkway to the heart of Queenstown. A game of tennis can also be enjoyed on the lakefront tennis court and a lakeside jetty provides a lovely locale to soak up the sun.
Why we recommend the BreakFree The Point
- Spacious studios and apartments
- Private balcony
- Kitchen facilities
- Wi-Fi access
- Waterfront location
Attractions near the BreakFree The Point
Heading out on Lake Wakatipu
One of New Zealand's largest and most beautiful lakes is on your doorstep when you stay at the hotel, but you can do more than admire the view when heading out on the water with a cruise or fishing trip. Feel free to climb aboard the restored paddle-steamer TSS Earnslaw for a reflective tour of Lake Wakatipu or take a trout fishing trip where the lake meets Greenstone and Lochy Rivers for guaranteed catches.
The Lake Wakatipu beaches are suitable for swimming and you can find other water sports tailored to all skill levels. If you prefer to stay high and dry, the walking path around the lake offers great exercise and serene views.
Embracing Queenstown's cafe culture
Cafes play an important role in Queenstown life, offering an escape from the cold streets in the winter and a chance to enjoy the fresh air with refreshments in the summer. Walking around Queenstown's central streets, you can discover a plethora of modern and traditional cafes serving nutritious snacks and refreshing drinks throughout the day.
Try a little local flavour with New Zealand's favourite flat white coffee and seek out the artistic culinary creations of Cup & Cake Queenstown. If you're looking for exotic flavours, you can find authentic international offerings at sushi cafes and other establishments.