Alice Springs

28 Nov 2019 - 29 Nov 2019

2 adults - 1 room

Where to Stay in Alice Springs

Alice Springs is a thriving city located in the desert Outback of Australia. It attracts backpackers, expert golfers and high-rolling business types. Whether you like to hike, gamble or visit art galleries, there's something here for you. There are plenty of last-minute hotels in Alice Springs and hotels near the airport.

Near the Golf Club

The Alice Springs Golf Club is a world-famous course, ranked in Australia's top 25 overall. The neighbourhood around the club is close to downtown and offers spectacular views of the rugged landscape.

1. Desert Palms Alice Springs

This cosy budget resort is also a great last-minute hotel in Alice Springs. Villas of all sizes, from studio to family, are available. Parking and Wi-Fi are free. Rooms are air-conditioned. Barbecue facilities and a pool are available.

2. DoubleTree Alice Springs

This hotel offers a heated pool, two tennis courts and views of the grand MacDonnell Mountain Ranges. It's right next to one of the top desert golf courses in the world. The DoubleTree is within walking distance from downtown, too.

3. Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters

This casino resort offers a distinctive experience for visitors to Alice Springs. It's the top-rated hotel in the region for a reason. Perks include on-site entertainment, a 24-hour fitness centre and a selection of restaurants.

In the City

Alice Springs is home to a desert climate and diverse population. There are thriving LGBT and aboriginal populations here. Backpackers flock here for tours. World-class shopping, dining and arts are available in the downtown core.

1. The Desert Rose Inn

This is one of the best cheap hotels in Alice Springs. Rooms are clean, and there's a communal lounge where you can meet new friends and socialise. This inn is a favourite with backpackers.

2. Diplomat Motel

This motel is one of the most reliable last-minute hotels in Alice Springs. Free Wi-Fi and parking are available. There is also a restaurant.

3. Chifley Alice Springs Resort

This boutique hotel in Alice Springs is a short walk from the shopping, dining and arts scene in the city. Rooms include free Wi-Fi and offer views of the scenic Todd River.

Alice Springs Airport Hotels

Hotels near Alice Springs Airport (ASP) offer great value, a quieter environment and plenty of parking. Airport hotels are often quieter and more spacious than central ones.

1. Elkira Court Motel

This is one of the best cheap hotels in Alice Springs. Rooms include air conditioning, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. King rooms with spa baths are optional.

2. Quest Alice Springs

The Quest offers both hotel rooms and fully equipped apartments. Reception is available 24 hours a day. Rooms feature free Wi-Fi, and there is one free parking space per room. Barbecue facilities and a pool are available.

3. Ibis Styles Alice Springs

This boutique hotel in Alice Springs is stylish and contemporary. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and parking. In addition to being near the airport, it is convenient to the art galleries and parks.

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Top rated hotels in Alice Springs

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What are travellers saying about Alice Springs?

9.8
Adventure Travellers
7.6
Outdoor Enthusiasts
7.3
Luxury Travellers
7.3
Students
6.4
Backpackers
Member reviews (17)
Tyson Bramer
Tyson BramerLos Angeles
06/11/2017

While not an exciting place to see, there are some hidden gems, and at the very least, some hotels and restaurants for your journey to and from Uluru.

Nally
NallyNew York City
06/01/2017

Located between the MacDonnell Ranges and the dry Todd River, Alice Springs is the arrival/departure point for exploring the vast Outback. The small city has a transient feel, as most people are only passing through. Expect hot days and cold nights. Everything you need can be found by walking down Todd Street.

AussieCamper Van
AussieCamper VanMelbourne
15/04/2014

This place makes you busy in attending gallery and community events, Museum of Central Australia, Desert Mob art show , olive Pink, Botanic Gardens and much more to travel and explore something new always in every visit.

Summer Wilms
Summer WilmsFremantle
06/01/2017

The surrounding country is gorgeous and offers plenty of outdoor recreation. The town itself has a great vibe. Even though it's a small place, there is no shortage of galleries, shops or restaurants. If you're looking for tours of the outback or central Australia this seems like the place to find them.

FAQs

The least expensive month is November, with an average of £ 56 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Alice Springs is September, with an average price of £ 70 per night.
The average price of a hotel in November last year was £ 63 per night. This is 2% less than the average nightly price of £ 65 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Alice Springs, the expected average temperature in November is 26.0°C/78.8°F. The warmest month is typically January, which averages 37.0°C/98.6°F. The coolest month is July, with temperatures averaging 4.0°C/39.2°F.
The nearest airport to Alice Springs is Alice Springs (ASP) (7.13 miles).

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