The Distinction offers luxury bed & breakfast accommodation nestled beneath the towering Southern Alps on the awesome West Coast of New Zealand. Close by, the mighty Fox Glacier grinds seaward while the tranquil waters of Lake Matheson reflect the scenic grandeur, encompassed by native bush, all part of nature's grand scheme. The hotel is hosted and their friendly staff will attend to all your needs. From the sumptuous breakfast to the roomy, spacious bedrooms, your stay at their Fox Glacier hotel will remain a memorable reminder of the grandeur of their special landscape and their outdoor experiences.
Escape into the luxury of spacious bedrooms, furnished with your choice of a king double bed or two king single beds. Relax in one of the comfortable armchairs and send a postcard to your family, or just enjoy a cup of plunger coffee. Breathe in the fresh alpine air from your own balcony. The spacious bathroom features a shower and separate bath. Room amenities include: Hair dryer, bathroom toiletries, TV with Sky channels, CD player, iPod dock, tea/coffee facilities, writing desk, ironing facilities and a private telephone line.
Enjoy the complimentary breakfast buffet every morning, featuring fresh croissants, season fruit, eggs and more. Dine at the spectacular Maud Moreland Restaurant for dinner, and choose from a delicious range of items of the a la carte menu. Sample mouth-watering menu items such as venison, New Zealand lamb and fish of the day. Finish off your meal with the traditional New Zealand dessert, Pavlova, a light meringue served with fruit. Pair your meal with the wide range of New Zealand wines available to compliment your dinner.
Upstairs, the guest lounge forms the ideal place to relax and relive the day's activities. Comfortable arm chairs and sofas, as well as the lounge balcony provide an environment to enjoy the expansive views. Browse the hotel library for gems detailing the history of the West Coast and the exploration and gold rushes of past years. A range of magazines also allows you to keep in touch with the world at home as well as current New Zealand issues.