Uluru Ayers Rock Hotels
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It takes about 3 hours to get to Uluru Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide or Cairns on the East Coast of Australia, and there is only a finite amount of accommodation in the area. It is very wise to have your accommodation booked in advance unless you have all your camping and sleeping gear with you.
Most of the accommodation at Uluru Ayers Rock is set out in one location, with the exception of Curtin Springs Station, Yulara, which is located about 70 Kms (40 miles) from Uluru Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta. Most of the hotels at Uluru Ayers Rock are set out within the same complex, with the different levels of accommodation and hotel styles in different buildings, but in the same basic location.
You will also be well advised to have your Ayers Rock Tours & Activities booked before arrival. Many experiences leave early in the morning and you will need to have them confirmed at least the night before to be sure of going on that particular activity on that particular day.
Uluru Ayers Rock is huge, and it sticks up out of the flat surrounding desert like the end of a buried finger pointing upward. Walking around the base, either on a Uluru Base Walk at Sunrise guided walking tour of Uluru Ayers Rock, or on your own is an experience that will show you the immensity of the Australian outback.
Uluru Ayers Rock Hotels and Accommodation
The Hotels and Accommodation at Uluru Ayers Rock are built around a circular drive that links all the different properties with a shuttle service. The exception is the Longitude 131 Lodge, which is a luxury accommodation situated in its own area away from the Uluru Ayers Rock Resort itself. All the facilities of the Uluru Ayers Rock Resort are available to guests of all of the different accommodations.
Outback Pioneer Hotel and Lodge Uluru Ayers Rock
Outback Pioneer Hotel & Lodge Ayers Rock, Yulara is the most basic of the hotel accommodations at Uluru Ayers Rock and is the popular and cost effective option. The rooms are budget and the bathroom facilities are shared.
Emu Walk Apartments Uluru Ayers Rock
For self catering apartment style accommodation at Uluru Ayers Rock, Emu Walk Apartments Uluru Ayers Rock are the way to go. Emu Walk Apartments are ideal if you are holidaying with family or friends. All the apartments are self-contained, and have a separate kitchen, living and bedroom area. The Emu Walk Apartments at Uluru Ayers Rock Resort can cater for up to six people.
Desert Gardens Hotel Uluru Ayers Rock
Desert Gardens Hotel, Yulara Uluru Ayers Rock is the best value for more upscale, 4 1/2 star accommodation in the Uluru Ayers Rock Resort complex. It is centrally located to the resort and touring facilities and the stylish accommodations are set amongst ghost gums (a species of Eucalyptus Tree) and flowering native plants.
Sails in the Desert Uluru Ayers Rock Resort
Five Star accommodation at the Uluru Ayers Rock Resort is available at the Sails in the Desert Uluru Ayers Rock Resort, named after the white sails that shade the public areas. The interior decor of Sails in the Desert focuses on an aboriginal theme highlighting native heritage and culture.
Longitude 131 Lodge Uluru Ayers Rock Resort
Longitude 131 Lodge Uluru Ayers Rock Resort is luxurious, eco-sensitive and romantic. It is set apart from the main Uluru Ayers Rock Resort area, and features views of Uluru Ayers Rock itself from the safari tent style accommodations. This is the upscale, private and all inclusive option at Uluru Ayers Rock.
the Nature of the Red Centre of Australia.
It will always take a great deal of effort, time and money to get to the Red Centre of Australia. Uluru Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta The Olgas and Alice springs are in almost exactly the centre of Australia, located in the middle of one of the most sparsely populated desert areas in the world. It is always wise to have your accommodation and experiences booked well before arrival. One of the drawbacks of the summer months (December to March) is the huge number of flies you will encounter. If you cannot stand insects crawling on you, then it might be best to avoid these months. If you are driving yourself in the area, always be sure your vehicle is in top condition and that you have adequate communications to call for help should you get into difficulty.