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Alice Tourist Apartments, Alice Springs

Alice Tourist Apartments are located approximately 1500 metres south of the town centre on Gap Road. Comprising 24 apartments, the Alice Tourist Apartments provide impressive views of the East and West MacDonnell Ranges.

All rooms are serviced daily making Alice Tourist Apartments an affordable alternative to hotel living, and ideal for families and self reliant visitors. The public bus stop is located 50 metres from the gate, or there is a leisurely 20 minute walk into town. Alice Springs has much to offer, and the staff are more than happy to advise on or book any local tours from their reception area.

Accommodation Options

Two Bedroom Apartment

Two bedroom apartments feature a queen ensemble in the main room, which also houses the kitchen area, as well as either two single beds or two sets of bunk beds in a second room. Up to six people can be accommodated in these modern and comfortable rooms. The apartments also contain a kitchenette and living areas.

One Bedroom Apartment

One bedroom apartments contain a queen ensemble and a single bed, accommodating up to three people. The apartments are self contained, incorporating a kitchenette and living areas.

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