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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. The property is like an oasis in the middle of the desert - literally! We booked for 2 nights at this hotel while in Alice Springs however it quickly turned into 4 nights :) The staff were wonderful in letting us add nights on (maybe we were lucky it wasn’t high season for travellers yet). All staff around the hotel were lovely, helpful and friendly. Nice pool area, good restaurants and a very good breakfast! We stayed in a room with a mountain view and it was fabulous and clean and the mesh between the doors as an option to have the doors open but to still keep the bugs out WERE LIFE SAVERS and every hotel should have one haha!
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.
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. This hotel is a group of individual cottages. Nice location. Laundry service on site. Restaurant facilities are located at two more expensive hotels within a 10 minute walk.
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 place is exactly the same as the photos. Me and my friend had such a great time there. The kitchen is big with a lot of equipment, the bed are so comfortable, and the garden is beautiful. If you are looking for a place to stay in Alice Spring, that's the one. The frenchies.
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 on the banks of the Todd River, Mercure Alice Springs Resort offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, just 5 minutes’ walk from Alice Springs' town center. It is centrally located, clean, comfortable and the front desk staff were friendly and helpful.
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
Set within the site of a former outdoor movie theater, Alice Springs YHA offers air-conditioned backpacker accommodations in the heart of the town center. They let us on the property at rhe bus’s arrival time (~06:45) even if the office opened only at 09:00.. Same with the earlier check-in. The first night was a bit warm, despite the central A/C and since i was gone most of the day in between my two nights, i never got to mention it to them. So upon my late arrival for the 2nd night, i noticed they had added a fan on their own accord and emptied the garbage can (most places wait til someone leaves the room for good before coming in for that, snd then garbage accumulates outside and around the bin. Not here!
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Alice Springs this weekend is $115 or, for a 4-star hotel, $158. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Alice Springs for this weekend cost around $177 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $141 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Alice Springs for tonight. You'll pay around $157 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Alice Springs will cost around $177, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
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.
On average, 3-star hotels in Alice Springs cost $20 per night, and 4-star hotels in Alice Springs are $33 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Alice Springs can be found for $16 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Alice Springs has always been one of those towns that has great potential, but the Government has never fully realised it. Located in Central Australia it has access to some of the most beautiful placeson earth. Unfortunately, the crime and alcohol causes a lot of problems. Don't walk around alone at night, lock you car and do not leave valuables in it.
We stayed 5 nights and that seems a perfect length of time to do some of the many things on offer without stress. We did some of the nature sites, some historic and some cultural. That balance is what we appreciated in AS.. We particularly liked that in the town centre there were excellent restaurant options for Ceoliac GF travellers. We can highly recommend Alice Springs as a destination. Sure the aggression and drunkenness is there in the evenings and the fact that there is a lot of police presence is somewhat daunting (even as an obvious pensioner ones drivers license is scanned when buying a bottle of wine...) but don't let it put you off visiting. The management of the various places are keenly aware and take action if their guests are being approached. Ignore the touts and the begging that in town you may encounter as it is mainly in the very centre. In our view every Australian should see and experience Alice Springs.
Two to three days is plenty - must go to Standley Chasm and Simpsons Gap. The city centre has good shopping. It is good to see that drinking alcohol on the streets has been banned. I would not walk around at night on my own. I strongly recommend you pay extra for better accommodation such as the Mercure or at the Casino/Crowne.
small town with big history. Worth visiting Telegraph Station and Royal Flying Doctors Service. Scenery-wise, the West McDonells Range was even more beautiful at my second visit. Simpson Gap and Stanley Chasm easily accessible with Stanley Chasm having excellent facility and cafeteria, great for a lunch stop. Take care not to visit from late September to end of March as it may be too warm to walk or hike
History was fascinating - in particular the Telegraph station, Adelaide House and Residency. Scenic beauty of surrounding areas was great - West MacDonnell Ranges. Art works - at Araluen and Yulara Good cafes - the Bakery, Bean Tree, Stumps Mostly easy to get around the town. Avoid being out at night on foot - risk of crime
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
The staff were nice and my rating is not a reflection on them or management but you may know how difficult it is to get staff at the moment because of covid restrictions and staff were over worked and many undertrained...and service suffered and it was not the normal Crowne Plaza standard... I hasten to add that I believe this is the norm for most hotels n the Northern Territory at present. Nice light rooms. Quiet location if you don't mind a walk into town (which I didn't mind)
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.
This property is extraordinal because the owners go the extra mile to make everyone very satisfied. The rooms and common areas and facilities were extremely good and the breakfast was the best we have ever experienced at a B&B, and we have stayed at many. This simply has to be the best place to stay in Alice Springs!
Location is close to another two caravan parks, about a five minute drive to the city centre. My only positive is that I was given an immediate full refund, as the cabin I was alloted was sub standard and provided serious risk of injury as well as to my health.
The Villa suits for us having 3 kids.. I like the small kitchen, toilet and shower and my kids love the bunk bed. I always wanted to stay in Desert Palm every time we are in Alice springs. Its just like home away from home.
I love this hotel. It is the only hotel I stay at in Alice. The staff are always friendly, great rooms, the restaurant Barra on Todd is a favourite, top location and always a pleasure to stay here on my trips to Alice Springs.
The location was close to Todd River and central Alice Springs, A great stopping-off point before heading into the outback! Rooms were comfortable and laundry facilities were available along with plenty of parking.
It's close to the Alice Springs CBD and in a picturesque location, near the dry Todd River - just a scenic 15 minute walk into town. Has a self-cook kitchen and a TV room.
Wonderful helpful staff. We were stuck in Alice Springs when the NZ bubble collapsed. The staff helped me book covid tests when our NZ phones wouldn't work. Of
Great location to Alice Springs town centre.