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Desert Gardens Hotel

Desert Gardens Hotel

Magnificent ghost gums and flowering native shrubs are the setting for this hotel. Voyages Desert Gardens Hotel is centrally located to all resort and touring facilities and offers a range of accommodation, from shaded poolside rooms to deluxe rooms overlooking the desert. You can relax in the comfort of your own private balcony or courtyard, or unwind in the hotel's pool, sipping cocktails from the Bunya bar.

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Location

Yulara Drive, Ayers Rock 0872 NT Australia

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Visit the Resort Visitor Information Centre to look a wide range of guided tours (fees apply) and organise your journey into the homeland of Anangu (the local Aboriginal people). You can embark on a base walk of Uluru (Ayers Rock). Hike through the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), take a ride on a Harley Davidson, or take a birds-eye view in a helicopter.

By night, some tours include dining under a canopy of stars accompanied by the ancient sounds of a lone didgeridoo at the award-winning Sounds of Silence dinner. Or indulge yourself in 'Tali Wiru', meaning beautiful dune in local Anangu language, encapsulates the magic of fine dining under the southern desert sky.

The resort also has a wide range of free activities, including guided or self guided garden walks through local native flora, Indigenous art classes for kids, sit down for a bush yarn in the Circle of Sand with a local Anangu storyteller, learn how to throw a spear or boomerang with an Indigenous guide, listen to the enchanting sounds of the didgeridoo, support local artists and browse the many art pieces at the Indigenous art markets or marvel at the traditional Indigenous dance performance where audience participation is encouraged and rare photo opportunities with the performers will ensure you will never forget this unique experience.

Guest reviews

Total guest reviews 172

Average review out of 5

4.0

NT, Ayers Rock/Uluru

avg. review 3.8

Location

  • Perfect
  • Wonderful
  • Close to everything
  • Inspiring
  • Outstanding

Value

  • Affordable
  • Great deal
  • Over-priced
  • Reasonable
  • Moderate

Facilities

  • Nice
  • Good
  • Above average
  • Modern
  • Top of the line

Service

  • Courteous
  • Friendly
  • Professional
  • Go the extra mile
  • Outstanding

Cleanliness

  • Pleasant
  • Spick and span
  • Lovely
  • Spotless
  • Tidy
3.0

Location

  • Tranquil
  • Close to everything

Value

  • Over-priced

Facilities

  • Everyday

Service

  • Basic
  • Sufficient

Cleanliness

  • Tidy

Reviewed in Oct 2014

3.6
  • Not being aware that taxis were unavailable. Difficult without a hire car ( No cars available due to peak). Shuttle and tours expensive

Location

Value

  • Moderate

Facilities

  • Nice

Service

  • Basic

Cleanliness

  • Pleasant

Kirra Zhigunov from Sydney | Reviewed in Oct 2014

4.0
  • So close to nature
  • Very suitable to there surroundings

Location

  • Away from it all

Value

  • Affordable

Facilities

  • Nice

Service

  • Courteous

Cleanliness

  • Neat

Joanne Hughes from Adelaide | Reviewed in Sep 2014

3.0

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Value

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Service

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Jim McGrath from Regional VIC | Reviewed in Sep 2014

4.4
  • Layout of the complex, and free shuttle bus.
  • Shame wifi isn't available more widely and especially from the rooms.
  • Breakfast buffet was tasty in White Gums restaurant.

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Louise Cannon from Sydney | Reviewed in Sep 2014

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