I had booked at the Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel after a lot of thorough research but none of it prepared me for when we first walked into the lobby. Photos do not do it justice. It was quiet, beautiful, and equipped with the most amazing water, flavored with different fruits and spices every time we went down. The staff were kind, well mannered, and accommodating. We arrived much earlier than our check-in and had organized just to leave our bags before heading up the Skyline and going onto our lunch reservation at Amisfield. However, we were immediately informed that we'd been upgraded to the two bedroom tower suite due to a late cancellation and the team feeling that our initial room would be too small for three people. We were initially only meant to stay one night as all three of us had work on Monday morning, but the room upgrade made our trip. The staff were kind enough to offer us an extra night at the same rate as our original room, and after changing our flights and talking to our bosses, we decided to stay on. The tower suite had a beautiful view of the Skyline, which on our second day we spent several hours staring at with the ranch slider doors open, lazing around in our robes. The suite also had a pull out couch, which my friend swore was just as comfortable as the beds. On our second night we also partook in the complimentary hour, which we felt was such a nice way to ingratiate guests into the hotel. Staying here was a dream. The town is within a short walking distance, we rarely felt the need to order taxis except for when we were going further afield. The staff also had plenty of recommendations on what to see and eat, gave us little marked maps and everything. We weren't the most quiet of guests, celebrating my birthday and all, and the trip being such a whirlwind, but we all felt the hotel went out of its way to be kind and make us feel welcome. I am so grateful to everyone who was working on the weekend, you truly made it a memorable.