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Alice Springs Resort, Alice Springs

The location of Alice Springs Resort puts you in a perfect position to explore both the town and the surrounding areas. Situated on the banks of the famous Todd River with its magnificent river red gums, Alice Springs Resort combines efficient and friendly outback service with modern, comfortable facilities. Low rise architecture and lush green lawns contribute to the relaxed atmosphere of the award winning resort.

Only a five minute walk from the heart of Alice Springs, the Resort is also a convenient pick up point for local sightseeing tours. In the evenings you can enjoy superb Northern Territory cuisine in Barra on Todd Restaurant and Bar.

Accommodation Options

Standard Room

Modern and comfortable standard rooms are situated on the Terrace Court, the Fountain Court, or the newly renovated Palm Court. Double, twin, triple, family and disabled access rooms are available.

Deluxe Room

The deluxe rooms display subtle earthy tones that reflect the natural colours of Central Australia. The rooms provide a beautiful outlook onto the Todd River or into the Resort gardens. Double, twin and disabled access rooms are available.


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