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Mount Cook National Park Hotels

Hotel in Mount Cook Village
8.1 Very Good ... 2035 reviews
Set in Mount Cook National Park, The Hermitage Hotel features a range of rooms and suites all offering majestic mountain...
Mount Cook Village
9.2 Fabulous ... 1412 reviews
Aoraki Court Motel is a modern accommodations located in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. All units feature great views of...
Mount Cook Village
8.2 Very Good ... 1302 reviews
Located in Mount Cook National Park and offering beautiful mountain views, Aoraki Mount Cook Alpine Lodge is a 5-minute walk...
Mount Cook Village
8.9 Very Good ... 95 reviews
This property offers access to a balcony, free private parking, and free Wifi.
Mount Cook Village
8.6 Very Good ... 1175 reviews
Located Among the Southern Alps, Haka House Aoraki Mt Cook features views of Mount Cook, and is 656 feet from...
Lake Tekapo (Near Mount Cook Village)
9.3 Fabulous ... 302 reviews
Featuring garden views, Mount Cook Station Shearers Quarters Lodge in Lake Tekapo features accommodations, a garden, barbecue facilities, and a...
Tekapo (Near Mount Cook Village)
9.2 Fabulous ... 205 reviews
Located near Lake Tekapo in the Canterbury region, Mount Cook Station Huts provides accommodations with free WiFi. Guests can also...
Glentanner (Near Mount Cook Village)
8.0 Very Good ... 557 reviews
Glentanner Park is a holiday park and activity center offering affordable accommodations and panoramic views of Aoraki Mount Cook and...

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What guests said about Mount Cook National Park

10 Amazing place, surrounded by mountains. There are limited options for entertainment/dinning, however it offers endless options for...
Amazing place, surrounded by mountains. There are limited options for entertainment/dinning, however it offers endless options for walks of all grades, hikes, nature photography. Must visit for all nature lovers.
Vera, Australia
10 We did a 19 day road trip around the lower North Island, and Mount Cook Village...
We did a 19 day road trip around the lower North Island, and Mount Cook Village was my favourite place to stay. Id love to go back again some time. Sadly for us due to being delayed due to issues with the interislander we only got to stay here for one night. We took an amazing scenic flight and landed on the Tasman glacier. We had the perfect day for it. The smorgasbord restaurant at the Hermitage was fantastic, one of the better smorgasbord's Ive had. I would love to come back here some day and do some of the shorter walks around the area and just to experience this majestic place once more.
Michelle, New Zealand
8 Being able to see the glacier from the top part of the village. Our fantastic...
Being able to see the glacier from the top part of the village. Our fantastic day trip to Lake Tasman to get close to icebergs and and the glacier at one end of the lake. (not the glacier seen from the village).
Jessica, Australia
10 The village is located in an amazing place. If are self catering while in the...
The village is located in an amazing place. If are self catering while in the village you will need to bring your supplies with you. There is very limited grocery items for sale. There is a cafe and restaurant located in the Hermitage complex. The other dining places are closed.
Deborah, Australia
6 There is limited accommodation at Mount Cook village and it is all expensive. There are many...
There is limited accommodation at Mount Cook village and it is all expensive. There are many well marked and maintained paths from the road end which allow walks off between one hour and six hours to be safely undertaken. There are no shops or independent restaurants or food outlets, unless you are self catering, you will have to eat in the expensive hotels. The most economical way to visit would be by Campervan bringing all of your supplies with you The self catering options are limited to the motel, which is in my opinion, overpriced for the accommodation it offers.
MrTrippy, United Kingdom
8 I did not like Mt Cook Village at all. Hard to get around. Nowhere to buy...
I did not like Mt Cook Village at all. Hard to get around. Nowhere to buy food or snacks and restaurant closed during the day. Inflated prices. I think our experience would have been much better but unfortunately the weather was dreadful and hence we had no views and were unable to do our planned walk. All in all it was a very disappointing experience.
patricia, Australia

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