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Nestled at the foot of the majestic MacDonnell Ranges in Alice Springs, the 4.5 star Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters offers rooms with a balcony or patio. This was our first stay in the Northern Territory. Looking back, it was what I would call a 4 star hotel by US standards.
Featuring refurbished guest rooms and suites with sophisticated furniture and fittings, modern bathrooms, LED lighting and Smart TV's, DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs offers accommodations in the... service, staff, dining room, elderly couple who did not use pool, though the area looked inviting.
Just 3 minutes’ walk from Todd River in central Alice Springs, Diplomat Hotel Alice Springs offers air-conditioned accommodations with cable TV and free WiFi in all areas. Staff were awesome and despite my first visit to NT, the lovely staff made my stay accommodating. Cleanliness was top notch, bed was comfortable and the air con was a beauty. Would stay here again in a heartbeat 😊 thanks diplomat!
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, free BBQ facilities and free parking, Alice’s Secret Travellers Inn offers air-conditioned accommodation, 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre. The location is unique, it’s like a pearl in the desert. The room was very comfy and lovely.Love The garden area, was very chilled and peaceful. The kitchen was very clean and full of utensils. Seb is a great owner and very welcoming. Definitely Recommend to stay
Stay at Alice Springs Hotel is the most centrally located accommodations in Alice Springs and the perfect place to stay for your true Outback holiday experience. Free Wi-Fi is provided for all guests.... The rooms have all you need and the hotel is very safe and secure, including the underground parking. The front receptionist was so friendly and helpful on everything l needed to know. Lots of shopping all in walking distance and there is a wonderful little Italian Restaurant attached to the back of the hotel. l recommend them. And l definitely recommend the Aurora Hotel for a very comfy stay. l stayed for 9 days.
Located in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory region and Alice Springs Convention Centre reachable within 2.7 miles, Heritage Caravan Park has accommodations with free WiFi, a playground, an... Beautiful place to stop and great service with all comforts. Would stay again. Thankyou for your hospitality. Couldn't have asked for more for the stay so accommodating. Definitely one of the best places to stay
On average, it costs $168 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Alice Springs for tonight. You'll pay around $193 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Alice Springs will cost around $162, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Some of the best hotels in Alice Springs near Lasseters Casino include Desert Palms Alice Springs, Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters, an IHG Hotel and DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Alice Springs this weekend is $142 or, for a 4-star hotel, $191. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Alice Springs for this weekend cost around $162 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Alice Springs cost $102 per night, and 4-star hotels in Alice Springs are $181 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Alice Springs can be found for $144 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Alice Springs is a very unique place. It is situated in the MacDonnell ranges and the views are stunning. Lots of desert birds to be seen and heard. Most people seem to come to see the rock and spend a long day traveling >500km to see it. Don't waste your time on that when the MacDonnell ranges are so spectacular. Places to go: Telegraph Station and surrounding ranges (great walks), Olive Pink Nature Reserve, bike path to Simpsons Gap, Flynn's Grave and Mt Gillan
I didn’t really like the town centre, I was surprised by how much litter there was in places such as parks. There are some plenty of food shops and art galleries. However, it’s a great place to stay whilst visiting other places nearby. My highlight was camel riding.
The scenery around Alice Springs is quite unique and captivating. Plenty of places to see around Alice Springs and the food options were good. Cafe 82 was a great lunch spot. Be careful out in town at night if you are travelling by car as there is a number of locals who throw rocks at vehicles.
the desert location and local sights made the driving trip around AS all that more enjoyable. The warmer weather encouraged us to walk around town taking in the sites Anzac Hill; todd River, Botanical gardens, all relatively close enough to walk.
The Desert Park and Botanic gardens were real highlights. Definitely worth a visit to both. While the Diplomat Motel is to be avoided, the Stumps cafe at the Diplomat is excellent for breakfast and lunch. Alice has some complex social problems and it's not safe to walk alone around the city at night.
you can walk around the main areas. Botanical Gardens are well worth a visit and has a cafe. There are normal supermarkets. Camping shops. Decent pubs including the Todd Tavern which has good curry and friendly service. The main area is walking only and includes some very good restaurants. Dress is casual since a lot of people are hikers.
The hotel is dirty the carpets have been cleaned in the hallways the carpets weren’t cleaned under the bed there was food and other items under the bed the tiles hadn’t been mopped and even at the tally restaurant the there was cream on the floor that remained and cleaned up for the full hour that we were their tables weren’t wiped down generally cleanliness is a bit of a problem there
hotel is well located in town. Very easy to walk everywhere and left the car at the hotel. We can rate this hotel a lot better than a five star we had stayed in in Darling Harbour NSW not long before travelling to Alice Springs. Bed was very comfortable and we were very impressed as to how well the bed was made.
The showers in our room needs a replacement and the shower area is so small that even 1 person can not fit in for shower and when we called to inform them about the shower and they asked us to pay extra if you like to move the room ... will never ever stay in the hotel
Excellent location and very nice facilities. We were caught up in the Alice Springs lockdown and I’m very glad we were already staying. Quest approved the extra nights without any hesitation. Extremely happy to the staff and their awesome service.
Very welcoming and hospitable, and lovely to be able to share the living room, dining room, kitchen and garden. Air conditioning was excellent, which is important in Alice Springs summer! Responded to my requests very willingly.
A quiet location and the hosts were fabulous. We had a large room with a balcony. Breakfast was amazing - cereal, fruit, cooked breakfast and muffins. If we go back to Alice Springs we will definitely book here again
It was great having our own villa rather than a hotel room. The kitchenette was very well equipped. I liked being able to park right in front of our villa.The next door hotel is handy for dinning.
Right in the heart of the Alice Springs shopping centre. Coffee shop and tavern at the front of the complex. Good size room with comfortable bed and in a quiet location.
Place is secure. The cabin is clean and average size for 2 people. Pet friendly. Has laundry utilities and small area for pets.
The location is right in the middle of Alice Springs and walking distance to most things.
I liked the pool and the excellent Asian restaurant. It is a good value hotel.
Great apartment with all facilities you need plus an amazing view and friendly and accommodating staff.
Discovery park was excellent and kids enjoyed a lot, Staff was super helpful
private, secluded, quite and scenic