|Most expensive month:||June|
|Average price in Alice Springs:||$166/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$21/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
Diplomat Motel Alice Springs
20 Gregory Terrace, Alice Springs, NT, Australia
Desert Palms Alice Springs
74 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs, NT, Australia
Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters
93 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs, NT, Australia
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Alice Springs
82 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs, NT, Australia
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Set in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, Alice Springs is a charismatic town with a rich Indigenous culture. Galleries selling Aboriginal artwork and didgeridoos cluster in the town centre, while magnificent desert landscapes radiate in the surrounds.
Visit the Araluen Cultural Precinct, which contains one of the most important collections of Aboriginal art in Australia. It is set within a culturally important landscape in the Indigenous Dreamtime and home to a 300-year-old corkwood tree sacred to the local Arrernte people.
Visit Albert Namatjira Gallery, dedicated to the much-loved artist, then admire the stained-glass foyer window depicting local Aboriginal stories. Also within the Araluen Cultural Precinct is the Central Australian Aviation Museum and the Museum of Central Australia, which boasts an impressive collection of local minerals.
Spend a day exploring the landscapes and watering holes of Simpsons Gap that lies within the West MacDonnell Ranges. Follow part of the famous Larapinta Trail that passes through the gap, taking in its rugged cliffs, desert plains and white-barked ghost gums.
To learn more about the native flora and fauna of the Red Centre, head to the Alice Springs Desert Park on the edge of town. See how Aboriginal people use local plants for food, watch birds of prey soaring overhead and visit the nocturnal exhibit to see the animals that only come out after dark.
Alice Springs Airport is the main gateway to the city or you can ride the famous Ghan train south to Adelaide and north to Darwin. The town centre of Alice Springs is compact enough to explore on foot, although hiring a car is best for accessing the surrounding sights.
Desert Palms Alice Springs (8.4/10 from 1,548 reviews), Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters (8.0/10 from 1,911 reviews), and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Alice Springs (7.9/10 from 1,072 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Alice Springs.
$152/night is the average price of a hotel in Alice Springs, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 3 days.
$20 per night is the cheapest Alice Springs hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours. For stays from Jun 3 to Jun 5 in Alice Springs, the lowest price found was $129/night.
Users have found prices for hotels in Alice Springs tonight starting as low as $55, rising to an average cost of $194, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from $119 for a 4-star hotel in Alice Springs for tonight.
There are many top-rated restaurants and hotels in Alice Springs. Head to Todd St, where you can find some prestigious options, including Sporties Restaurant, Bella Alice, Confucius Palace Dumpling Restaurant, The Locals Alice Springs and Epilogue Lounge & Rooftop Bar. Yeperenye Shopping Centre is also home to quality eateries, such as Ginger and Spice, Miyabi Sushi and Tanoaks Sushi & Juice. If you want a taste of the electrifying nightlife in Alice Springs, drop by Jump Inn Bar & Restaurant, at 4 Traeger Ave, or Monte's Lounge, on Stott Terrace. Make sure to book a cosy room in nearby Alice Springs hotels, such as Aurora Alice Springs, Diplomat Motel Alice Springs and Alice's Secret Travellers Inn.
There is little doubt that families visiting Alice Springs are in for a great time. The Earth Sanctuary World Nature Centre, on Colonel Rose Dr, is one of the intriguing destinations worth exploring. It allows your kids to indulge in thrilling adventures that enlighten them on various topics about the local Australian culture, ecology and astronomy. If kangaroos and wildlife fascinate your loved ones, take them to The Kangaroo Sanctuary, which is nearby. The Alice Springs Desert Park comes with native wild animals and plants and is also a great location to stop by. Fortunately, there are some nearby Alice Springs accommodation options you can consider, to make discovering these fun destinations easier. Examples include DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Alice Springs, Desert Palms Alice Springs, Alice Springs YHA, Quest Alice Springs and A Good Rest B & B.
Palm Valley, in Finke Gorge National Park, deserves a spot on your list of the top things to see in Alice Springs. Marvel at the broad range of plant species available here, including the unique purple cabbage palm. When you're free, visit the Yubu Napa Art Gallery, a haven for art lovers, showing artists’ works from various parts of this town. Expect to see an impressive collection of art pieces created by some of Australia's most-talented artists. There's also a gift shop on site selling items such as necklaces and bags. Three Alice Springs hotels close to this art gallery are Diplomat Motel Alice Springs, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Alice Springs and Alice's Secret Travellers Inn.
Many locals and travellers head to Desert Springs, in Alice Springs, to play golf. Two well-known locations with golf courses are Alice Springs Golf Club and Desert Palms Alice Springs. The latter is also a top choice for those seeking comfortable accommodation in Alice Springs. Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters also merits your attention; it comes with handy amenities such as conference rooms, a fitness centre, laundry service, a heated pool, flatscreen TVs, kids' meals, parking spaces and seating areas. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Alice Springs can also deliver the security, coziness and essential amenities you require to have the time of your life in this town.