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All Seasons Oasis Alice Springs, Alice Springs

The recently refurbished All Seasons Oasis Alice Springs is a perfect home base from which to start an adventure. Set amongst tropical gardens, offering a true resort style oasis in the desert, the All Seasons Oasis Alice Springs is only a short walk from the centre of town.

Laze by the pool, enjoy a drink at the Sports Bar, or stay for dinner in Seasons Restaurant offering a la carte dining.

Accommodation Options

Standard Room

The home style, comfortable standard rooms offer a queen bed and a single bed or a king bed and two single beds.

Standard Interconnect Rooms

The standard interconnect rooms are made up of two standard rooms, each of which includes a queen bed and a single bed or a king bed and two single beds.

Superior Room

The superior room contains a queen bed and a single bed, or a queen bed and two single beds. There is a separate work space with specialty lighting in these spacious, comfortable rooms.


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