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Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon of (gedeeld) terras met tuinzicht.
Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon of (gedeeld) terras met uitzicht over het woestijnachtige landschap.
Deluxe Rock View
Airco, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon of (gedeeld) terras met uitzicht op Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Gelegen in het Ayers Rock Resort, vlakbij Ayers Rock.
- Diverse activiteiten zoals informatieve wandelingen door de tuin, museumtours en traditionele dansvoorstellingen.
Bij een vakantie door Australië mag eigenlijk een bezoek aan Ayers Rock niet ontbreken.
Ayers Rock, ook wel Uluru genoemd in de officiële aboriginal-taal, staat op de werelderfgoedlijst van Unesco en is zeer bekend.
De fantastische kleurschakeringen bij zonsopgang en zonsondergang en de rode grond in combinatie met de heldere blauwe hemel zijn een lust voor het oog.
Het plaatsje Ayers Rock ligt in het midden van Australië en biedt niet veel meer dan een supermarkt en wat accommodaties, maar beschikt wel over een vliegveld.
"Pricey and Buggy"
It's a nice enough place, but they need to do a better job controlling the ants and cockroaches. I was here a few years ago and had ants. But there was some bug spray in the room so I could zap them as needed. No bug spray this time. You need to keep a clean room and be careful with any food you consume there. Or else you will have a massive parade of ants. Ants are one thing, cockroaches are another, see photo. Again, they need to improve on the insect control. Room itself was very nice and clean, save the above mentioned critters. Decent and free wifi. TV was mediocre. 24 channels and 7 of them are Chinese. Seriously?! 30%? Saw far more Japanese here than Chinese and zero Japanese channels.
"Bug Spray is a must"
Desert Gardens Novotel Hotel in Ayers Rock. We spent two nights at this hotel and trust me you do not need any more time at Ayers Rock. There are several Resorts in this small cluster of hotels but they all looked the same to me. The beds were comfortable and the room was of good size. The air conditioning had trouble keeping up with the heat in December of 2016. What you notice the most is the bugs in this area of Australia. From the time, you get off the plane till the time you board the plane to leave. (Take heed bug spray is a must). We had our meals in the restaurant at the hotel and they were surprising very good for being in the middle of nowhere. You can eat anywhere in the resort and charge it to your room however most the other restaurants are outside and in a 42-degree Celsius weather we prefer to be indoors. There is a free shuttle from the airport and all around the resort. There is a little town center with shopping a grocery store and some entertainment. Not the busiest airport so there is always a shuttle waiting when the planes arrive. More important no matter how hot it is or how buggy one must visit Ayers Rock. It is an amazing formation right in the middle of the desert 300 miles from anything. We chose two ways to view it even though there are three. First, we did a helicopter ride it last about 40 minutes and cost about $180.00 dollars. Best way to see the rock. You cannot fly all the way around it as on one side are the homes of the aborigineâ€™s people who are the keepers of the rock and should be respected as the rock is a holy shrine to them. The second way we viewed it was with a rental car. Cost about $80.00 for the day. Excellent way to tour the rock you get close views can stop at a lot of close places to take photos and the car is air conditioned. You still cannot drive into the aborigineâ€™s village as it is off limits to tourist as well as the people who work at the resort. Driving on the left side of the road is not a problem for me as I have done that in many different countries. There is not any traffic to worry about if you are a novice. The third method is to hike the trails. Remember how hot it is? We did not do this. We did see some people hiking but they were about half our age. We also saw people climbing the rock. This is not allowed and a disrespect to the keepers of the rock and their religion. We are in our 70â€™s and appreciate more comfort. Being glad to leave the heat we head to Cairns and the great Barrier Reef.
"Would I stay here again - Certainly would"
We stayed for 5 night over the Christmas New Year period. Our room was clean and spacious the bed was ssooo comfortable. View was spectacular It was a bit of a walk to the car but hey, the exercise did us good! Yes there were bugs (that's typical of everywhere in Australia) but the screen door solved the problem. The room lacked some details such as emergency procedures and other negatives were due to the recent rain so they aren't worth mentioning. Restaurants & cafes in the area are expensive so be prepared to pay a lot for meals/snacks. One gripe, overall I felt the management committee for all of Ayers Rock Resort resort could communicate some things better with guests - for example the difficulties and rules in place for purchasing alcohol ...... I understand why they are in place I just don't understand why guests are not advised of implications on arrival.
Aircond in the room was not working properly made the stayed a bit uncomfortable especially during hot summer weather. The technician couldn't fix it. Being offered either to change to a different room or being provided with a standing fan. We chose a standing fan instead since we just going to stay there for one night only.
"Went there to see Ayers Rock for my sons 40th"
Hotel room very nice clean and comfortable beds. We liked the little touch of the bug spray in the room. The bar staff needs to be trained a little better in customer service. Swimming pool was lovely and our grandchildren loved the fact it was open till 11pm.
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