Behind the scenes in Justin Bieber's Queenstown lodge

Pop star Justin Bieber is in Queenstown for a short holiday.

The 23-year-old Canadian singer arrived in the resort on a private jet from Auckland yesterday afternoon.

The lodge is located in a beautiful valley and surrounded by snow-capped mountains.
The lodge is located in a beautiful valley and surrounded by snow-capped mountains.

Bieber played a sold-out gig to about 36,000 fans at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday night. It was his first stadium concert in New Zealand and the final of five Oceania dates on his Purpose world tour.

A gaggle of his fans waited at the rear entrance to Queenstown Airport to catch a glimpse of their idol yesterday.

The lodge where it's reported Justin Bieber is staying is owned by Kiwi entrepreneur Michael Hill.
The lodge where it's reported Justin Bieber is staying is owned by Kiwi entrepreneur Michael Hill.

His flight landed shortly before 1pm. He chatted to his fans, mostly girls, on his way out of the airport before being whisked away in an Audi to the The Hills resort.

Guests can make use of a golf course, tennis court and swimming pool.
Guests can make use of a golf course, tennis court and swimming pool.

The Hills golf course, owned by Sir Michael Hill, was one of the host courses for the NZ Open last week.

The "Lodge at The Hills" sleeps 12 and has advertised rates "from $28,000" per night, among the most expensive in Queenstown.

A personal chef is available around the clock to cook whatever guests feel like.
A personal chef is available around the clock to cook whatever guests feel like.

It is popular with pop stars. Singer Katy Perry apparently stayed there during her 2014 tour. Bieber is understood to be staying in the resort for a couple of days before flying to Santiago, Chile, for the next gig on his tour, at Estadio Nacional on March 23.

- Otago Daily Times

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