Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2011


And the winner is...

World Travel Awards Winner Shield 2011

The Spire Queenstown, New Zealand

Winner Profile | thespirehotel.com

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Amelia Gain & Lucy Gain, Director & Managing Director, The Spire Hotel Queenstown

Nominees

The following nominees (listed alphabetically) were nominated for Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2011

WTA Nominee Shield 2011

BLUE Sydney
Huka Lodge, New Zealand
Kirketon Hotel Sydney, Australia
Medusa Hotel, Sydney, Australia
The George Christchurch, New Zealand
The Henry Jones Art Hotel, Hobart, Australia
The Lyall Hotel & Spa, Melbourne, Australia

Award History

Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2018: Gaia Retreat & Spa, Australia
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2017: Gaia Retreat & Spa, Australia
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2016: Gaia Retreat & Spa, Australia
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2015: Gaia Retreat & Spa, Australia
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2014: Huka Lodge, New Zealand
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2013: The Spire Queenstown, New Zealand
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2012: The Spire Queenstown, New Zealand
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2011: The Spire Queenstown, New Zealand
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2010: The George Christchurch, New Zealand
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2009: The Spire Queenstown, New Zealand
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2008: The Spire Queenstown, New Zealand
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2007: Pacific Resort Aitutaki
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2006: The Lyall Hotel & Spa
Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2005: Aachen House


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