If you’ve succumbed to the allure of visiting Australia’s most iconic natural wonder and wish to experience the majesty of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park – of deep cultural significance to the local Anangu people – your Uluru accommodation can be found in the diverse offerings of Uluru's Resort. This multi-hotel destination has Uluru hotels to suit a variety of budgets, including simple hostel-style rooms and luxury 5-star resorts. Browse through our guide to Uluru accommodation to find out more about where to stay in Australia’s stunning red centre.
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Known for being one of those must-do life experiences, a visit to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park would not be complete without the opportunity to stay in absolute luxury. If waking up in 5-star comfort in one of the world’s most breathtaking locations is what you’re looking for, you’ll find it here. Likewise, if you’d rather spend your holiday cash on experiences rather than your hotel room, there are a number of Uluru accommodation options for the thrifty traveller, offering budget, hostel-style rooms.
Where to stay in Uluru
All accommodation at Uluru is part of the multi-hotel Ayers Rock Resort. At the premium end, the 5-star Sails In The Desert Hotel gives you a truly deluxe outback holiday experience, where you’ll find supreme comfort set amongst the raw natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. Another luxury option is the 4.5-star Desert Gardens Hotel, while The Lost Camel (3.5-star) and Outback Pioneer Hotel and Lodge (3.5-star and 2-star, respectively) offer more economical Uluru accommodation options.
Best time to stay at Uluru
During August and September is generally regarded as the best time to visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Even though winter seems like the perfect antidote to the heat of the red centre in summer, temperatures can plummet overnight due to the low humidity. As August turns into September, the coolest nights are over but the days have not yet reached peak heat. If you’re lucky enough to visit after a period of rain, you’ll see waterfalls from the rock and the surrounding flora and fauna at its most lively.
Getting around Uluru
The best way to get around Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is by car or bus. If you like to travel around at your own pace, car hire is the best option, with several car hire companies operating out of the main resort, as well as Alice Springs. You can also travel between landmarks by luxury, air-conditioned coach or jump on a fully guided tour.
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