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Desert Gardens Hotel, hotel in Ayers Rock

Desert Gardens Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, some with a private balcony or views of Ayers Rock (Uluru). Guests can unwind in the outdoor pool, or at the restaurant and bar.

Good location with ample parkkng
Scored 8.3
8.3
Rated very good
Very Good
1,063 reviews
Price from$329.45per night
Outback Hotel, hotel in Ayers Rock

Ideally located for those who want to enjoy all that Uluru, Ayers Rock, has to offer, Outback Hotel offers an on-site restaurant. Free WiFi is available.

Buffet breakfast was good. Room was handy location. Staff were very friendly and efficient.
Scored 8.6
8.6
Rated excellent
Excellent
401 reviews
Price from$262.22per night
Sails in the Desert, hotel in Ayers Rock

Perfectly positioned to make the most of the Australian outback, Sails in the Desert is just a 5-minute walk from the Uluru (Ayers Rock) lookout and is a great spot to take in the desert sunrise or...

nothing much
Scored 8.3
8.3
Rated very good
Very Good
658 reviews
Price from$389.96per night
The Lost Camel Hotel, hotel in Ayers Rock

Located less than 9.3 mi from Ayers Rock, The Lost Camel Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms and an outdoor swimming pool with sun terrace.

Proximity to Uluru. Well set out. Nice pool. Clean. Polite desk staff
Scored 8.0
8.0
Rated very good
Very Good
724 reviews
Price from$242.05per night
Emu Walk Apartments, hotel in Ayers Rock

Emu Walk Apartments are just a short walk from Ayers Rock Resort center. Each apartment is air-conditioned and has a TV with free-to-air channels, plus a balcony or veranda.

Location, facility, free shuttle bus
Scored 8.7
8.7
Rated excellent
Excellent
271 reviews
Price from$369.79per night
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What Guests Said About Ayers Rock:

  • Scored 10
    10

    Palya!!

    Palya!! Outback Lodge Ayers Rock Resort is in a town called Yallara amongst the Anangu people. Close to Shell Petrol station ($2.98/Ltr 91 Unleaded), Few minutes drive from IGA Shop in the town centre. I recommend booking for Field of Lights, Wintjiri Wiru drone show (weather permitted) and Helicopter scenic flight around Uluru and Kata Tjuta ($315 per person for 25 min flight). Kata Tjuta is a 45 to 50min drive and has various hiking routes. Recommend some hikes while your there Valley of the Winds which is 7km hike from carpark. Resort has a wonderful viewing of Ayers rock close to Outback lodge perfect for Sunrise and Sunset. Camel Farm is near by outback Lodge, it also has a free museum for you to visit. Recommend booking a sunrise or sunset camel ride. Swimming pool is clean at the resort, freezing in the month of May. There is a communal kitchen with Fridge and Microwave. There is a Bar and BBQ which you can buy your meat and cook yourself. Steaks from $45 with unlimited Salad bar. Live music in evening. Has a Pizza shop across the Bar which also sells chicken nuggets n chips and Fish n Chips. Overall it is a good place for Famiies and Couples .
    F
    Felix
    Australia
  • Scored 10
    10

    Truly spiritual and overwhelming experience.

    Truly spiritual and overwhelming experience. It's a pity most Aussies have not visited this place. Best to drive yourself so you can take your time and make your own schedule. Every viewing point is set up well and signposted for easy access. You can easily spend 2 days driving around the rock, witnessing sunrise and sunset with their own unique vistas. Evening dinner with lights event although overpriced was a beautiful experience due to the stars and the astronomer who showed the constellations. Much betwer than the bunch of solar usb powered bulbs on a springy stalk. Tip- a fly net on your face is dorky but a must!
    Randy
  • Scored 10
    10

    Loved the aat kings tours and astro tour and hop on hop off...

    Loved the aat kings tours and astro tour and hop on hop off bus trips. Loved the spiritual energy of the rock uluru. Loved walking around the rock and photographing it. Loved being outdoors near the rock and olgas the best. Loved the lunches at geckos cafe and souvenir shops too. The magnificent uluru rock and spiritual feeling and being outdoors in close proximity to uluru, the beautiful desert and warm to hot sunny days, no clouds in the sky was the best. Aat kings sunset tours and aat kings mala walk and drive around uluru and astro skies tour were the best, highlights of my holiday.
    Mitchell
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    Most of the essentials are within the vicinity, staff and...

    Most of the essentials are within the vicinity, staff and residents are friendly, however most of the activities that need tickets are expensive. The staff made changes with no fuss just to accommodate our requests (bookings)
    Maria Luisa
    Australia
  • Scored 10
    10

    We filled out 2.5 days with tours at dawn and in the nights...

    We filled out 2.5 days with tours at dawn and in the nights and went to classes in the town square in between. We walked around all the resorts and ate meals at different places to experience many of them. It's very easy to walk around the resorts or catch the free circuit bus. We thought we would have gone on longer walks around Uluru and Kata Tjuṯa if we had a couple more days to stay.
    Peter
    Australia
  • Scored 10
    10

    We loved touring around Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

    We loved touring around Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Loved the Field of Lights Tour. Loved the Helicopter flight over Uluru. The indigenous cultural talks and tours were midday when we were out and about. If they could have those later in the evenings it would have been better. Dont do the Emu Plains BBQ sunset tour - at $139 per head it was rushed and not worth it at all. Overall it was beautiful to finally see Uluru and Kata Tjuta In the evenings there wasn't much to do after sunset and after 3 nights got very boring.
    Monica
    Australia

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Ayers Rock

  • Scored 8.7
    8.7
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 271 reviews
    it has everything you need. from towels, toiletries, kitchen equipment ( fab for your own cooking)milk, coffee, tea, sugar, iron, ironing board, hairdryer, large tower fan in the bedroom as well as air con ( throughout). beautiful balcony and 5 mins from the resort centre, which has everything and the pool at sails in the desert is wonderful. it’s incredibly spacious and mega clean. love it. the best ❤️
    Jill
    United Kingdom
  • From $490.82 per night
    Scored 8.3
    8.3
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 1,063 reviews
    We were greeted at reception by a fantastic young trainee (Emy) and things got even better after that. The hotel, and the resort, is very well run by enthusiastic and friendly staff. The excellent service combined with the location so close to Uluru and Kata Tjuta made this a memorable visit.
    Peter
    Australia
  • From $470.64 per night
    Scored 8.3
    8.3
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 658 reviews
    The staff and the hotel environment are great with food and drink offering ...very reasonable. Events were really organised and original. Lobby bar was great for coffee or an irish coffee or casual lunch or dinner.
    David
    Australia
  • From $389.96 per night
    Scored 8.6
    8.6
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 401 reviews
    The hotel has different dining options and a swimming pool. Large rooms.
    Matteo
    Italy
  • From $289.11 per night
    Scored 8.0
    8.0
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 724 reviews
    Hotel's location, but all the hotels in Uluru are close to the shops :)
    dipsam
    India