Hulbert House is a beautifully restored Victorian villa dating back to 1888. This 6suite boutique hotel has been listed as one of New Zealand Heritage Conservation Historic Buildings. Set on a hillside overlooking Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu, the hotel is just 5minute walk away from the town, certainly fit for a city oasis.
Each suite in the hotel is named after someone who has made a historical contribution. The Boult Suite was named after Philip Burbage Bolt, who was formerly granted the land in 1876. There‘s also Firth Suite named after Horatio Nelson Firth, who lived there with the family from 1889 to 1901. Each stunning suite has its own distinct character.
The hotel‘s Palm Room is the lobby of the hotel, which is also used as the restaurant. The wonderful space is themed with green palm trees, creating a jungle feel. Westernstyle fireplace, oriental porcelain and a mix and match the sofas make the entire space extremely colorful, constituting a pleasant and unforgettable social space.