Desert Gardens Hotel

Desert Gardens Hotel

All hotels in Uluru & Northern Territory Chifley Alice Springs Resort Chifley Alice Springs Resort On the banks of the famous Todd River, with its majestic river red gum trees, Chifley Alice Springs Resort is in a superb position for exploring the Red Centre. The hotel is just a five minute stroll from the fascinating cultural centre of ‘The Alice’, and offers facilities including a restaurant, beautiful tropical gardens and a swimming pool. Kings Canyon Resort Kings Canyon Resort With its haunting, otherworldy landscape, Kings Canyon boasts some of the most beautiful walks in Australia. In the midst of a magical unspoiled wilderness, this sensitively designed resort with comfortable accommodation and breathtaking views offers the perfect opportunity to be at one with nature. Follow the trails to experience incredible gorge views, mysteriously alien sandstone formations and the beautiful Garden of Eden, a lush, densely forested oasis of a waterhole. The resort has been sensitively designed to harmonise with its surroundings and emphasises environmental best practice. Facilities include two swimming pools, a tennis court, tour desk, mini supermarket, sunset viewing platform and seasonal live entertainment. The Desert Oaks Bistro overlooks a desert garden and serves light meals, snacks. Enjoy an authentic Australian outback barbecue at the Outback & Grill as well as a dinner menu and sip sundowners at The Thirsty Dingo Bar. Longitude 131°, Uluru Longitude 131°, Uluru Overlooking the dual World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Longitude 131° offers a refined and incredibly intimate experience of the Red Centre, with just 15 tents, fine dining and world class service. It's a member of Lucury Lodges of Australia and showcases desert luxe at its very best. The region’s iconic natural attractions are explored on a series of signature guided encounters, including sunrise and sunset experiences to witness Uluru’s changing colours and insights into the ancient creation stories of the traditional landowners. Typical dining is at the Dune House, serving a daily menu of modern Australian cuisine enhanced by indigenous flavours. Dining under the stars at Table 131° – surrounded by the night sounds of the desert and the movement and songs of an ancient culture by firelight – is a must. For an unforgettable experience, dining on the dunetop can also be arranged. Each of the individual elevated tents pays homage to an early Australian pioneer or explorer. Flowing draped fabrics and white dome roofs create the illusion of camping – yet these rooms are complete with modern luxuries including rain showers, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and iPads. Mantra on the Esplanade Mantra on the Esplanade This welcoming hotel is ideally located in the heart of the city overlooking Darwin Harbour, just a short stroll from vibrant Mitchell Street’s shops, restaurants and bars. It offers modern rooms, fully-serviced apartments and facilities including an outdoor pool, beauty salon, and a restaurant serving Australian cuisine with an Asian twist. Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel A visit to Kakadu National Park is one of those life-changing experiences that can only be had in Australia. Step into the empty wilderness of this magnificent World Heritage Area, recognised both for its natural resources and ancient Aboriginal culture. Uniquely shaped like one of the area's iconic crocodiles, Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn is the park’s only full service hotel. Perfectly located for discovering this spectacular, ever-changing landscape, it bosts every convenience for a comfortable stay. The large Escarpment restaurant offers à la carte and buffet-style dining, while Gingas Tavern and bar provides lighter options in a more relaxed environment. The hotel also features a marble foyer, swimming pool, small arts and crafts gallery and regular live entertainment. Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront This contemporary hotel has a picturesque setting in the city’s new Darwin Waterfront Precinct which offers a selection of restaurants and cafes. It is just a ten minute stroll from the city centre and a stone’s throw from the Wave Pool, Deckchair Cinema and Stoke’s Hill Wharf. Facilities include a pool, spa, restaurant and bar. Voyages Sails in the Desert Voyages Sails in the Desert Named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, Sails in the Desert is the ultimate in comfort at Ayers Rock Resort. A beautifully designed premium hotel with well-appointed rooms and lovely grounds. The hotel overlooks its inviting pool and offers a range of dining experiences. Sails also features the acclaimed Mulgara Gallery. Cicada Lodge, Katherine Cicada Lodge, Katherine Owned by the local Jawoyn people, Cicada Lodge is an eco-luxe space set in the breathtaking terrain of Nitmiluk National Park near the iconic Nitmiluk Gorge (Katherine Gorge). The clean, modern architecture of the building is made to complement its natural setting, with a focus on responsible tourism to ensure the preservation of the natural surroundings. Eco-conscious travellers can enjoy a luxury getaway with the assurance that nature comes first here – dinner, for example, is a set menu of seasonal produce curated by the chef to reduce food waste. The 18 rooms are far from what you might expect from an eco-lodge in a national park; all rooms are air-conditioned and have a balcony looking out to the gorge, complete with thoughtful additions including a yoga mat and a Nespresso coffee machine. A pool in the main lounge area is a luxurious addition in a remote area where amenities are traditionally more basic. Take a trip to Nitmiluk Gorge (Katherine Gorge), a natural wonder of rugged sandstone, carved by the river into sheer rocky drops. Marvel at the gorge from water level on a river cruise where you also might spot crocodile who inhabit the area (at extra cost), or for an unforgettable experience book a helicopter tour over the gorge where you can also view the rock art work etched into the walls by Aboriginal people who have lived in the area for some 40,000 years (at extra cost).
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Desert Gardens Hotel

Chifley Alice Springs Resort Chifley Alice Springs Resort On the banks of the famous Todd River, with its majestic river red gum trees, Chifley Alice Springs Resort is in a superb position for exploring the Red Centre. The hotel is just a five minute stroll from the fascinating cultural centre of ‘The Alice’, and offers facilities including a restaurant, beautiful tropical gardens and a swimming pool. Kings Canyon Resort Kings Canyon Resort With its haunting, otherworldy landscape, Kings Canyon boasts some of the most beautiful walks in Australia. In the midst of a magical unspoiled wilderness, this sensitively designed resort with comfortable accommodation and breathtaking views offers the perfect opportunity to be at one with nature. Follow the trails to experience incredible gorge views, mysteriously alien sandstone formations and the beautiful Garden of Eden, a lush, densely forested oasis of a waterhole. The resort has been sensitively designed to harmonise with its surroundings and emphasises environmental best practice. Facilities include two swimming pools, a tennis court, tour desk, mini supermarket, sunset viewing platform and seasonal live entertainment. The Desert Oaks Bistro overlooks a desert garden and serves light meals, snacks. Enjoy an authentic Australian outback barbecue at the Outback & Grill as well as a dinner menu and sip sundowners at The Thirsty Dingo Bar. Longitude 131°, Uluru Longitude 131°, Uluru Overlooking the dual World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Longitude 131° offers a refined and incredibly intimate experience of the Red Centre, with just 15 tents, fine dining and world class service. It's a member of Lucury Lodges of Australia and showcases desert luxe at its very best. The region’s iconic natural attractions are explored on a series of signature guided encounters, including sunrise and sunset experiences to witness Uluru’s changing colours and insights into the ancient creation stories of the traditional landowners. Typical dining is at the Dune House, serving a daily menu of modern Australian cuisine enhanced by indigenous flavours. Dining under the stars at Table 131° – surrounded by the night sounds of the desert and the movement and songs of an ancient culture by firelight – is a must. For an unforgettable experience, dining on the dunetop can also be arranged. Each of the individual elevated tents pays homage to an early Australian pioneer or explorer. Flowing draped fabrics and white dome roofs create the illusion of camping – yet these rooms are complete with modern luxuries including rain showers, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and iPads. Mantra on the Esplanade Mantra on the Esplanade This welcoming hotel is ideally located in the heart of the city overlooking Darwin Harbour, just a short stroll from vibrant Mitchell Street’s shops, restaurants and bars. It offers modern rooms, fully-serviced apartments and facilities including an outdoor pool, beauty salon, and a restaurant serving Australian cuisine with an Asian twist. Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel A visit to Kakadu National Park is one of those life-changing experiences that can only be had in Australia. Step into the empty wilderness of this magnificent World Heritage Area, recognised both for its natural resources and ancient Aboriginal culture. Uniquely shaped like one of the area's iconic crocodiles, Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn is the park’s only full service hotel. Perfectly located for discovering this spectacular, ever-changing landscape, it bosts every convenience for a comfortable stay. The large Escarpment restaurant offers à la carte and buffet-style dining, while Gingas Tavern and bar provides lighter options in a more relaxed environment. The hotel also features a marble foyer, swimming pool, small arts and crafts gallery and regular live entertainment. Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront This contemporary hotel has a picturesque setting in the city’s new Darwin Waterfront Precinct which offers a selection of restaurants and cafes. It is just a ten minute stroll from the city centre and a stone’s throw from the Wave Pool, Deckchair Cinema and Stoke’s Hill Wharf. Facilities include a pool, spa, restaurant and bar. Voyages Sails in the Desert Voyages Sails in the Desert Named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, Sails in the Desert is the ultimate in comfort at Ayers Rock Resort. A beautifully designed premium hotel with well-appointed rooms and lovely grounds. The hotel overlooks its inviting pool and offers a range of dining experiences. Sails also features the acclaimed Mulgara Gallery. Cicada Lodge, Katherine Cicada Lodge, Katherine Owned by the local Jawoyn people, Cicada Lodge is an eco-luxe space set in the breathtaking terrain of Nitmiluk National Park near the iconic Nitmiluk Gorge (Katherine Gorge). The clean, modern architecture of the building is made to complement its natural setting, with a focus on responsible tourism to ensure the preservation of the natural surroundings. Eco-conscious travellers can enjoy a luxury getaway with the assurance that nature comes first here – dinner, for example, is a set menu of seasonal produce curated by the chef to reduce food waste. The 18 rooms are far from what you might expect from an eco-lodge in a national park; all rooms are air-conditioned and have a balcony looking out to the gorge, complete with thoughtful additions including a yoga mat and a Nespresso coffee machine. A pool in the main lounge area is a luxurious addition in a remote area where amenities are traditionally more basic. Take a trip to Nitmiluk Gorge (Katherine Gorge), a natural wonder of rugged sandstone, carved by the river into sheer rocky drops. Marvel at the gorge from water level on a river cruise where you also might spot crocodile who inhabit the area (at extra cost), or for an unforgettable experience book a helicopter tour over the gorge where you can also view the rock art work etched into the walls by Aboriginal people who have lived in the area for some 40,000 years (at extra cost).

Desert Gardens Hotel

Desert Gardens Hotel
Desert Gardens Hotel
Desert Gardens Hotel
Desert Gardens Hotel
Desert Gardens Hotel