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Our only issues at your hotel had to do with your staff being overwhelmed. We had to wait longer than we should have to get into our room when we arrived on November 7. In addition, there were a couple of mornings that we could not get the breakfast we wanted because the kitchen was backed up and could not take our order.
Everything else about your hotel and the service was gracious, comfortable and very pleasurable. Our concerns above will certainly not detain us from recommending your accommodation, and we will be telling our travel agent in the US that we had a great experience with you. Your hotel served our needs while in Queenstown quite well.
We are frequent global travelers and we will rate the Rees one of the best places we have stayed in anywhere in the world. Do see how you can expand vegetarian and vegan options in the menu! Kind regards, Andrew De Garis.
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When we got back, lady kindly put fresh sheets and towels in this cot. Thanks for a very pleasant stay. In particular we were impressed with Jimmy Thai member of staff who could not have been more helpful; - we stayed in Room The shower door needs adjusting. It tends to shut with a loud bang. By that time several items on the buffet counter were fully depleted eg miso soupBircher muesli etcand we were advised that they could not be replenished.
Hope you find this of help and take some action on the last 2 points. My apologies for this late reply! We had a great stay with you and enjoyed the wine tour to the fullest. It was wonderful, especially the Rippon Vineyard. All credits to Roman, he was a great guide.
Thanks again and hope to come back to New Zealand in the future! Have a good day! The food was great and the superb wine flowed freely. Please put us down on the email list for future events. Please also forward our personal thanks to Roman, Yana and Mark for being great hosts.
Kudos on your hiring approach. I am so sorry for not reaching out before now, I actually came down with influenza on my last day in Queenstown and have been bed ridden since. It didn't dampen my NZ experience and from all of us I can not thank you and your team enough. I asked for you when I was departing but forgot that it was a Saturday. There will be many returning customers to the hotel and I am looking at arranging another conference in Our time at the Rees Hotel was magical - just magic!
We were probably a bit painful at times with a few of our last minute requests but we never felt as though we compromised your team, although I'm sure we did. Everything was flawless, the service was second to none, the facilities and rooms. How lucky are you to work with such a great team in such a top notch location.
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I look forward to returning in ! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! Take good care of yourself and please pass on our gratitude to the team. Yes I can guarantee that you will see us again, plus many of the other guests as well.
While all staff were exceptionally warm and welcoming, I would like to tell you how kind Laura front desk was to me and my husband. Before and during our visit, my husband suffered from two injuries Since we live in Florida, I am not sure how soon we would be returning to beautiful Queenstown, but I do know it will be at the Rees.
And I am happy to share that information with all of my friends. I must say The Rees is the best. We loved all services and facilities you provided. I have already told my friends and college how beautiful Queenstown and The Rees is! I really appreciate your warm welcome. Thanks so much and see you again. The people and service were great in addition to the hotel, beautiful views and great location. Would definitely recommend this to anyone! I can only say that the staff there were no less than incredible in assisting me in every way.
Although I do not like to single out one person, I must commend Duty Manager Lisa for handling our crisis in the most helpful, caring and professional manner. Her effort went far beyond what I think I would have received in other hotels. During our stay each and every staff member greeted us and assisted us in an exceptional and professional manner. The pleasant surroundings, excellent service and the location of the hotel were allowing us to experience just the holiday that we had planned and needed.
Gary is still in Dunedin hospital and we will be needing to stay here for sometime for him to rest and recover from the spinal fracture he suffered in the crash. It was most irresponsible and will take me a bit of time to move past the negative feeling I am currently experiencing about that person.
I suppose the positive is that it could have been a much greater disaster. Our beautiful sons are arriving here tonight and we will very much enjoy their support. Thank you all again and I would encourage anyone we know who is visiting Queenstown to stay at The Rees. I would also like to thank Lisa and the staff for the yummy fudge and very beautiful card and messages.
It made me cry!! Richard Arnold went out of his way to make us feel comfortable and Rosie I think that was her name!
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Thank you all so much! However, a couple of small things I think need to be brought to your attention We were in room …. The lounge itself and the in particular the carpet were dirty… stained. The TV in the bedroom didnt work properly. Room service was excellent. Bus and transport shuttle was also excellent. Very polite staff too. Jarrad was exceptional Thanks very much Fabrizio was extremely helpful during our stay. Loved the staff and service. Great location out of city center but reliable friendly shuttle.
Room is ok modern, comfortable, not outstanding.
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Architecture of the building is hideous, really ugly. Lobby is too small to be inviting. Some of the front desk staff were curt and rather unfriendly. The activities guys were great. Would have liked milk for coffee but it came only first night. Charging extra for credit card is a real negative that I put in other reviews. Not allowing a later checkout without paying by the hour is also a terrible policy that I note on reviews on other sites.
It is really lame for a hotel like this. Our only feedback would be that the breakfast was a little lacklustre and there was order confusion at breakfast on the morning of ur departure.
Was my 3rd stay at your property, never fails to do anything but impress, thanks for having me. This was the 1st time we have stayed here and it was a surprise for my wife as it was our 25th Wedding anniversary, everything was on point just seamless. What is nice, is to discover new things and places to stay, however since discovering the Rees this will not be the last time we stay with you as it was fantastic. Special thanks goes to the concierge team members Graham and Brook for having such excellent recommendations for things to do in Queenstown and being all round legends.
We always looked forward to seeing them around the Rees - please pass on our thanks. Kind regards, We had a wonderful time in Queenstown and staying and the Rees once again. We have chosen to stay with you since November our 1st Wedding Anniversary. The staff at the Rees are amazing, especially the Reception Staff and of course Jarred in the Bar who went above and beyond expectations.
There were sorry to say a couple of issues that we found frustrating. Once again thank you for your hospitality Kind Regards Drainco Plumbing and Drainage Limited Hi Nathan, I would just like to say a big thanks you again to you, Roman and all the staff at The Rees in Queenstown that helped to make our conference an enjoyable, and from my point of view, painless experience.
As always the service were outstanding and the food amazing. After our third time there we are really starting to feel like one of the Rees extended family.
Could you please pass on our thanks to all the staff who looked after us from check in, the Thursday night conference, Friday morning meeting and partners dinner, those who worked in the restaurant and through to transfers. Your people really are a credit to Mark Rose who looked after us in and a real asset at the Rees.
Please tell Ben Batterbury that the staff who went in were really excited to see that we were doing the partners dinner with him again and he truly did not disappoint! We have such varies dietary requirements and he always gets it right. Before any of us had even checked out everyone was asking me if we were back there again in to which I answered as long as they will have us again.
We have 4 out from our UK office this year who have been with Alfa for between 2 and 4 years and all said this has been the best conference they had ever been to.
I suspect this is largely due to the personal service we all receive when we are at The Rees. Its roots are in the Cold War, when leaders of the Family deliberately emulated the organizing techniques of communism. Ina group of Senate staffers met to discuss ways that the Family's "cell and leadership groups" could recruit elites unwilling to participate in the "mass meeting approach" of populist fundamentalism.
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