Alice Springs accommodation
Known as Australia's most famous outback town, Alice Springs is located 200km south of the country's geographic centre.
Visitors can discover not only the wonders of modern day Alice Springs, but the rich history of its traditional owners, the Arrenrnte people, as well as the settlers, the gold prospectors and the explorers. There is much to see and discover for those looking to stay in Alice Springs, from adventure-seeking to the discovery of the area's natural marvels.
For those looking for hotels in Alice Springs' hub, stay at ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis (previously all seasons Alice Springs Oasis). Located minutes from the town centre, it is the ideal base to explore the beauty of the town. Guests can enjoy superb facilities at the hotel, including two swimming pools amongst tropical gardens, a spa, sauna, BBQ area, restaurant and bar.
Visitors to Alice Springs can explore the art, culture and heritage of Central Australia at the Araluen Cultural Precinct or take a self-guided heritage tour of Alice Springs by following the Flynn Trail. Why not visit Alice Springs Desert Park and discover desert landscapes and the plants, animals and reptiles that live there.
With so much to discover in the area surrounding Alice Springs, many visitors choose to stay in one of the hotels in Alice Springs to use as a base for their exploration. Trips to Uluru, the Olgas and Kings Canyon will be experiences not easily forgotten. See the cabbage palm groves in Palm Valley in Finke Gorge National Park, take a dip in one of the picturesque swimming holes in the MacDonnell Ranges, or check out the rock carvings and petroglyphs at the Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve in the Simpson Desert.