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Aurora Alice Springs, Alice Springs

Aurora Alice Springs, the only hotel on the Todd Mall. This unbeatable location puts guests in the midst of Alices best shopping, theatre and restaurant areas. It has deluxe and courtyard rooms and an executive suite. While at Aurora Alice Springs dine at the award winning Red Ochre Grill Cafe Restuarant. It has innovative and exciting dishes from kangaroo and emu with superb glazes, to freshly baked wattle seed damper and pepper leaf foccacia. There is indoor and outdoor dining to choose from and conventional meals are also available.

Accommodation Options

Deluxe Rooms

All deluxe rooms contain a queen bed, and one or two single beds. The rooms cater for up to three people, and interconnecting rooms are available.

Executive Suite

Executive suites provide a spacious and luxurious room with a king size bed for added comfort.

Courtyard Room

A comfortable courtyard room caters for up to four people. There are interconnecting courtyard rooms available.

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