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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... The staff...especially reception...was wonderful. One man in particular, Raj, went above and beyond in helping us with a problem we had regarding our airport shuttle. He dealt with that company and got the issue resolved for us. Also, the property is beautifully maintained.
Just 3 minutes’ walk from Todd River in central Alice Springs, Diplomat Motel Alice Springs offers air-conditioned accommodations with cable TV and free WiFi in all areas. Clean, comfortable, central Alice Springs. Airport shuttle picked me up in front of hotel for easy airport transfer. Included breakfast was ordered the night before and brought to my room the next morning!
Desert Palms is a 3.5-star property offering individual studio villa accommodations, surrounded by tropical gardens and set around a crystal clear swimming pool with island and waterfall. I always love staying at Desert Palms. Good location and it feels like your staying in a villa in Bali.
Some of the best hotels in Alice Springs near Lasseters Casino include Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters, an IHG Hotel, Desert Palms Alice Springs and DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Alice Springs this weekend is $89 or, for a 4-star hotel, $129. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Alice Springs for this weekend cost around $142 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $88 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Alice Springs for tonight. You'll pay around $146 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Alice Springs will cost around $142, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Alice Springs cost $96 per night, and 4-star hotels in Alice Springs are $194 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Alice Springs can be found for $168 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The weather and scenery were wonderful this November 2021. I love the East MacDonnell ranges with Trephina Gorge and Jessie and Emily Gap as well as the Ross River Homestead. Driving out to Ormiston Gorge and Standley Chasm in the West MacDonnell ranges was amazing with the scenery as well. We could not get in due to flood waters but the flowers and greenery were such a bonus, I will do those next time. Got to Simpsons Gap a couple of times. It is very easy to get around Alice Springs in a car. Love Olive Pink Botanic Gardens and the Desert Park as well as the Womens Museum, Old AS Goal and the Royal Flying Doctor. Did the nocturnal tour at the Desert Park and I highly recommend it, it was so interesting and different. The arid plant life in and around Alice Springs were amazing.
Epilogue Lounge offered great food, breakfast for us and wonderful coffee. Access to the West MacDonnell Ranges a must road trip to gorges and swimming waterholes. Many attractions in Alice Springs are worth seeing, depending on your demographic and interest and literature is available widely from which to make your choice. Big4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park offers a wide accommodation style, beautiful pools and is a well run. Caravan and cabin facilities are tops and very comfortable.
Police sirens, hopeless looking people, and run down hotels coloured our experience but there’s plenty of great things to see and so. We enjoyed the experiences but hated the vibe of the town. Had a particularly awful stay at The Diplomat Hotel. We didn’t sleep a wink on Saturday (hoon time). Loved the Women’s Museum, the art gallery and the transport museum. We also loved walks in the ranges about going out to Hermannsburg.
I absolutely love Alice Springs. It is a very interesting place and there's lots to see that is so beautiful. The West MacDonnells are a must as is the Desert Park and the Olive Pink Botanic Gardens. The landscapes within easy reach of the town itself are something every Australian should see. It's even possible to do a day trip to Uluru and Kata Tjuta from Alice. If you're interested in birds, it's a paradise. There is also much to see for those interested in First Nations culture and the development of Australia and the place Alice Springs played in that. There is the Araluen Cultural Centre, the Strehlow and Central Australian Museum and great pizzas from Roberto's. Alice is an easy place to get around and there are companies that can take you to the many places of interest, including Palm Valley, Hermannsburg and so on. A great little town.
Alive Springs is a wonderful place to explore and relive some of our history, old and new. You will fill up a 5 to 7 day stay, depending on the self drive or paid tours you go on. Like visiting any new place - Do your research first and have a bucket list of the things that will interest you there.
Above average warm weather made it a great break from the cold of Vic in July. Beautiful surrounds and LOTS to do if you like looking at stunning scenery. All information on the National parks was excellent and Park facilities were great. i don't know if its the current COVID climate but a lot of the eateries seem to close by 3pm. We have decided to do our shopping and touristy stuff in the morning and relax in the afternoon :) Public transport is pretty much non-existent but taxis are good and inexpensive. Unfortunately there are some concerns with security of vehicles at night so staying in accommodation with parking is probably a good idea. Cant wait to come here again
We had a great time in Alice Springs. Travelled with friends & we all stayed at Desert Palms. Everything about this place was great modern & clean. They have a HUGE undercover BBQ area. (This could b mentioned a little more by reception) we could park our car outside our room (great for easy access) walking distance to golf course (lovely cheap meals) or other bit more fancy restaurants (we visited for a friends special birthday dinner)
The park is pet friendly, the other people staying were friendly, the groundskeeper? was brave enough to fetch a baby snake out of the pool with his bare hands even though it was poisonous, he then released it, I liked that it is tucked just outside of Alice, so it is quiet, I like that when i requested diabetic sweetener, they went out to buy some so it was ready for when i wanted to make a cuppa.
The kitchen was clean, the bathrooms were quite big and clean as well, there were plenty opportunities to hang around (pool, chairs and tables), it was close to the city centre (10min walk to Woolworth) and the staff was really nice. A bonus was that we could put our luggage in a locker room while we went on a 3d-campingtrip and it was really easy to pick it up afterwards.
Convenient location, more attention to detail than the previous property I stayed at in last trip to Alice Springs. For example, Mercure (on previous trip) housekeeping crew seemed oblivious about the main curtain dangling off the track in my room. No such problems with Crowne.
The location was fabulous and worth the extra trip out the road from Alice Springs. It was great to be out in the bush and the hills and rocks and formations. The host was terrific and the food that was supplied was awesome.
The breakfast was a standard hotel buffet. the omelettes cooked to order were very good. The location is OK but a long way away from the other major hotels.
The amenities and the views are awesome. There are restaurants in this hotel which has really good quality food..
I always stay here when coming into Alice Springs, apartments are lovely, dog friendly and very convenient
Secure location in the heart of Alice springs. Comfortable pool.
The room cleanliness and the location of the hotel.
Good location for central Alice Springs
The pool was awesome and the wildlife was lovely