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Situated near the airport, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Alice Springs Convention Centre, Alice Springs Golf Club, and Heavitree Gap. Royal Flying ...
AU$116 per night for 2 guests
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Situated in Desert Springs, this golf hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Alice Springs Convention Centre and Alice Springs Golf Club. Alice Springs Reptile ...
AU$122 per night for 2 guests
Situated in Alice Springs, this motel is steps from Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Gallery, Todd Mall, and Adelaide House. Alice Springs Reptile Centre and ...
AU$93 per night for 2 guests
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AU$135 per night for 2 guests
This family-friendly The Gap hotel is located near the airport, within a 15-minute walk of Alice Springs Reptile Centre, Royal Flying Doctor Service, and National ...
AU$104 per night for 2 guests
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Situated in The Gap, this hostel is within a 10-minute walk of Alice Springs Reptile Centre and Royal Flying Doctor Service. National Pioneer Women's Hall of ...
AU$71 per night for 2 guests
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AU$85 per night for 2 guests
This family-friendly Ross campground is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Heavitree Gap and Alice Springs Convention Centre. Alice Springs Reptile ...
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Situated in Alice Springs, this hostel is steps from Adelaide House and Todd Mall. Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Gallery and Alice Springs Reptile Centre are ...
AU$97 per night for 2 guests
Situated in East Side, this bed & breakfast is within 2 mi (3 km) of Adelaide House, Todd Mall, and Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Gallery. Alice Springs Reptile ...
AU$150 per night for 2 guests
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Travelers to Alice Springs give high marks for the shopping and top-notch restaurants. This city also attracts tourists with its local tours.
Cultural venues in the city include Adelaide House, Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Gallery, and Mbantua Fine Art Gallery and Cultural Museum. The city's natural setting is picturesque, including the desert and these places to visit: MacDonnell Ranges, Heavitree Gap, and Mount Gillen. Taking local tours is a top activity, and Larapinta Trail is one place to visit.
As you plan your vacation, you'll find 21 hotels and other lodging options to select from in Alice Springs. Here are top ranked ones based on Expedia user reviews:
If you want to venture outside of the area, hop on a train at Ciccone Alice Springs Station. Alice Springs may not have many public transit choices so consider renting a car to explore the city.
Sitting on the ideal backdrop for a tranquil solo retreat or the beginnings of an adventure travel holiday, Alice Springs evolved from modest beginnings. Often called “The Alice,” this heart of Australia’s red centre was once merely a remote outback town, but it’s now a hub for hiking, off-road driving, and more. Take a helicopter ride over the local range and historic Uluru, ride a camel through the desert, or fly over the local plains in a hot air balloon.
The nearby nature and wildlife take centre stage when it comes to attractions in Alice Springs. The city’s Desert Park is one of its most prized crowd-pleasers thanks to the knowledgeable Aboriginal guides who offer an educational and entertaining look at the Outback. Alice Springs Reptile Centre is another big draw, inviting guests to experience an up-close encounter with scaly creatures that squirm, slither, and hiss. Those who appreciate nature, but aren’t fans of the creepy-crawlies, might enjoy a stop at Olive Pink Botanic Garden, which is home to more than 500 plant species native to Central Australia. And another can’t-miss activity is a sunset tour through the nearby Kangaroo Sanctuary, where you can see joyful joeys and their marsupial mothers bounding by.
If bushwalking is your passion, the Alice Springs area has no shortage of parks and other areas to explore. Anzac Hill in particular is admired for its panoramic views. Larapinta Trails is another favourite among locals, while Mount Gillen is recommended for more-advanced adventurers. And in case you’re curious to learn more about local history, set your sights on the Aboriginal Arts and Culture Centre, or visit the Museum of Central Australia where you can fill your brain with facts about this area’s prehistoric past.
Situated in the Central Australian desert, just north of the mountainous MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs enjoys an arid atmosphere most of the year. The elevation of this area also plays a factor as far as the weather is concerned, creating chillier nights in winter. During an average year, temperatures in this region range from as low as 4 degrees Celsius on mid-winter nights, with highs soaring into the mid-40s on summer’s more scorching days. Regarding regional rainfall, precipitation is famously fickle in Alice Springs and varies wildly from one year to the next.
If you’re a backpacker seeking out modest Alice Springs accommodation, just looking for a place to lay your head after a day on a 4-wheel vehicle, you will have plenty of accommodation options. On the other hand, travellers who seek an upscale experience will also have plenty of Alice Springs hotels to meet their needs. From resorts with swimming pools and spa services to modest rentals surrounded by natural landscape, you can find your ideal accommodation in Alice Springs on Expedia.com.au today.
If you want to enjoy Alice Springs during the driest time of year, consider booking a trip in August or September. The region sees the most precipitation during December and January. Temperatures average more than 36 degrees Celsius in January, so stay hydrated if you plan an adventure excursion during the summer. The coolest temperatures in Alice Springs arrive in July, when the daily average is still a comfortable 20 degrees Celsius.
A gateway to the outback and Uluru, Alice Springs has become a prime holiday destination in the Northern Territory. Whether you fly directly into Alice Springs (ASP or arrive here by car, the desert presents an opportunity to see central Australia through a new lens. Make your trip even more memorable by book your dream hotel right here on Expedia.com.au today. Use our map to book accommodation in just the right location, and filter hotels by theme, brand, and amenities.