Top 3 Places to Party in Queenstown

Top 3 Places to Party in Queenstown

Top 3 Places to Party in Queenstown

Unarguably the Pearly Gates for the adrenaline junkies, Queenstown is a place brimming with energy day and night. Under the cape of the elegant social etiquette, you will witness some of the best brazen energy and party animals in the whole of New Zealand. Replete with pubs and bars in almost every locality, you will get a plethora of options to spend your night in. A rare visitor in the region would leave with a frown on their face about their post-sun activities. Apart from the cosmopolitan dining and the fine art scenes, Queenstown offers you a profusion of options in bars and pubs to make your evening as delightful as the days.

To take your pick from the litter of bars, pubs and nightclubs, here is the index of the best neighbourhoods to party in Queenstown for your after-dusk plans:

1. Shotover Street and Kelvin Heights

Placed in a beautiful setting abounding with beautiful streams, mountains and wildlife enough to make its way on a postcard; Shotover street is one of the youngest in the count. Thanks to its young culture, this street serves as a temporary home to many tourists who want to spend their evenings in merry. With the bars and pubs in colossal quality and quantity, Shotover Street provides you the best opportunity to dive into the party mode with the natives. Some of the best bars and pubs in the area include Smiths, Yakitori Daruma Sake Bar, Minus 5° Ice Bar, Lone Star Cafe & Bar, Muskets and Moonshine, Flame Bar and Grill and Harry's Pool Bar. Then there’s Kelvin Heights, counted as the one of the most elite area in the South Island and notoriously famous for being one of the most expensive residential areas. However, wrapped up in a sumptuous surrounding comes a night that would fade away the rest. In the adventure capital, Kelvin Heights is one place you will experience the proper posh experience, given that you keep your pockets loose. Some of the best taverns and bars include Frankton Arm Tavern, Welch Kern, Atlas Beer Cafe, Bar up Queenstown and Vinyl Underground.

2. Fernhill

Located in the lower laps of the Ben Lomond Mountain, Fernhill is one of the best places to spend your evening in. Complete with good living spaces, the next thing people think about is exploration, with the day's end near Fernhill will give you the best dive in the proper party culture of the place. Home to a lot many hotels, the place is generally favoured by high-end and affluent foreign travellers, giving the place a professional party touch. Replete with pubs, bars and night-bars, you will not regret your presence in the region. Some of the best ones in the vicinity include Rhino's Ski Shack, Below Zero Ice Bar, the World Bar & Restaurant, Atlas Beer Cafe, The London, Cowboy Qt Ltd and the Surreal Bar and Restaurant.

3. Queenstown Hill

In the close proximity to the town centre, Queenstown Hill is best known for the iconic Time Walk Trail marking the trail of the beginning of the new millennium. Though originally famous among the trekking and hiking opportunities, the area's historic roots do hold a certain charm, giving you an experience you will hold dear. Around the hour of dusk, you will witness a radical change as the whole city in enveloped in the spirit of party. Some of the best bars and pubs in the region include Paddle Queenstown, Below Zero Ice Bar, and Atlas Beer cafe, Searle Lane, Pig & Whistle Pub, Morrison's Irish Pub and Bardeaux.

Though we can always jot up a plan, an experience is what teaches you the truth. However, to tilt the game of dice in your favour, take your pick from the neighbourhoods above.

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