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Lasseters Hotel - Desert Springs Hotels

Lasseters Hotel

93 Barrett Drive, Desert Springs - Map
Lovely change after a few nights camping. Excellent pool area.
A Traveller
4.5 Star Property. Premium Accommodation in Alice Springs. Superior-Deluxe or Suite Accommodation to choose from. The Rate …More
DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs - Desert Springs Hotels

DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs

82 Barrett Drive, Desert Springs - Map
Overall it was great other than the long walk to the rooms!
A Traveller
Chifley Alice Springs Resort - East Side Hotels

Chifley Alice Springs Resort

34 Stott Terrace, East Side - Map
"No complaints after 2 nights camping!"
This was a place to lay our heads, not necessarily a destination. Decor in common areas maybe a bit dated, but rooms were modern, roomy, and spotless. Beds were comfy and free wifi appreciated after several days on the road with very limited cellular data while on the road! Travelled as family of 4.
Traveller from Perth, Western Australia
Alice on Todd Apartments - The Gap Hotels

Alice on Todd Apartments

1-11 Strehlow Street, The Gap - Map
Bit noisy at night but otherwise a comfortable stay.
A Traveller
Diplomat Motel - Alice Springs Hotels

Diplomat Motel

Corner Hartley St and Gregory Terrace, Alice Springs - Map
"Great hotel in the centre of Alice"
Easy to get on with managemnent, I had to change and there was no problem
A Traveller
Aurora Alice Springs - Alice Springs Hotels

Aurora Alice Springs

11 Leichardt Tce, Alice Springs - Map
"Room 1003"
Room was lovely and clean but the bed was as hard as a rock.
A Traveller
One block from the city centre, this hotel is one km from Alice Springs Telegraph Station and Alice Springs Reptile …More
Desert Palms Alice Springs - Desert Springs Hotels

Desert Palms Alice Springs

74 Barrett Drive, Desert Springs - Map
"Very comfortable"
Good place to stay would definitely recommend to others great bed and shower
Traveller from wallaroo sa
Quest Alice Springs - The Gap Hotels

Quest Alice Springs

9–10 South Terrace, The Gap - Map
"Spacious Studio & BBQ Area"
We stayed for four nights in a spacious studio. Good speed unlimited Wi-Fi internet. Quest is 20 minutes walk from the town center. Definitely we will stay next time again in Quest.
Traveller from Melbourne
Quests brand new apartment complex- is ideally located within close proximity to the CBD of Alice Springs- as well as the …More
Desert Rose Inn Alice Springs - Alice Springs Hotels

Desert Rose Inn Alice Springs

15 Railway Tce, Alice Springs - Map
"Great location"
Great location but the share toilets were a concern.
Traveller from Brisbane
ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis - The Gap Hotels

ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis

10 Gap Road, The Gap - Map
"front desk staff "
front desk staff are always helpful, welcoming and polite. i stay often but they remember my name and room preferences and make me feel very important to them.
Traveller from nsw
If you are looking for a central place in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, combining good value and excellent services …More

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    Pocket Guide: Alice Springs

    Smack bang in the middle of the desert, Alice Springs is the biggest town in Australia’s ‘Red Centre’ and a jumping-off point for exploring Uluru, the Larapinta Trail and the Aussie outback. Known as ‘Mparntwe’ to its Aboriginal population – the Arrernte – Alice Springs has a lot to see and do despite its remote location: national parks and desert, Indigenous culture, museums, the Todd River, and nightlife. Book your Alice Springs hotel with us and explore the rugged red heart of this sunburnt country.

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    The Arrernte people have called Alice Springs home for over fifty thousand years. John McDouall Stuart led an expedition through the area in 1862. A decade later, a station was built for the Overland Telegraph Line, the 3200 km milestone that connected Port Augusta with Darwin. In 1871, surveyor William Mills discovered a waterhole and named its location after Alice Todd, the wife of Charles Todd, South Australia’s telegraph superintendent.

    Things to see and do

    This is your chance to see Uluru (Ayers Rock) for yourself! An important spiritual centre for the local Indigenous people, <a href=“”>Uluru is a breathtaking sandstone rock that changes colour throughout the day. Nearby you’ll find the just-as-spectacular Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), made up of 36 red domed rocks. Uluru is a six-hour drive from Alice Springs, and you can take a road trip adventure along the National Highway, hop on a bus or book one of our Alice Springs to Ayers Rock flights.

    Love to bushwalk or hike? If you’re up for a challenge, take on the Larapinta Trail, a six-day hike that starts at the old Alice Springs telegraph station and passes through 12 sections, past deserts, gorges, creeks and waterholes, on the back of the West MacDonnell Ranges.

    You can also take your pick of smaller hikes, such as the 6km Rim Walk or the 2.4km Kathleen Springs Walk in scenic Kings Canyon, which is part of the Watarrka National Park. Kings Canyon is located between Alice Springs and Uluru, so it’s the perfect detour on your way to Ayers Rock. Check out its towering vertical cliffs and lush vegetation.

    But you don’t have to leave town to spend time in nature. The Olive Pink Botanic Garden is in the middle of Alice Springs, and despite the arid ground, the place has 600 different Australian plants covering 16 hectares. Take a walk and you might see kangaroos or other wildlife just hanging out. The region has a selection of national parks, too, from Alice Springs Desert Park to Finke Gorge National Park, known for its red cabbage palms.

    Don’t forget to check out Alice’s Aboriginal art galleries, interesting museums and range of nightclubs and bars.

    Shopping and dining

    Alice Springs has local art and gifts for sale, and two CBD shopping malls: Yeperenye Shopping Centre and Alice Plaza. Alice Plaza is at the top of Todd Mall, where you’ll find an outdoor market every second Sunday.

    Dining in Alice Springs ranges from a steakhouse with cuts of croc, camel and kangaroo, to a circus-themed restaurant, to vegetarian and Asian cuisine. There are also tea houses and cafes where you can start a day of exploring with a caffeine hit or filling Aussie breakfast.

    Getting here

    To save even more money on your Alice Springs trip, check out our cheap flights to Alice Springs. You can get around Alice Springs by taxi, bus or hire car. Don’t get stuck in the outback! Book your Alice Springs accommodation with us and see it in style for less.