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Insiders tipVoor spectaculair uitzicht boekt u de Deluxe Rock View Room met uitzicht op Uluru (Ayers Rock)!
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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.
Desert Deluxe Room
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.
"Great stay in the deluxe room"
We stayed 5 nights in a refurbished deluxe room. We didn't book the more expensive "Rock View" room, but had a view of Uluru through the trees anyway, which was fantastic. The Rock View rooms didn't seem to have a much better view than we did, so I think the Deluxe is better value. The accommodation at the Resort is expensive for what you get - but it's a reflection of the costs of running in a remote location. The room was spacious, clean and nicely styled. The bed was very comfortable. Two comfortable chairs and a table inside, and a decent sized balcony outside. A decent sized fridge was great for storing drinks. The only downside was that they had skimped on the bathroom in the refurbishment, which really let the room down. We found the room servicing times (3.30-4pm) really inconvenient - in March, it was 39 degrees, so we were out & about very early, and tended to want to rest out of the heat in the afternoon. Maybe not such a problem in cooler months. When we stayed the restaurants were closed for renovation, but it's an easy walk to the town square restaurants (and supermarket) and the shuttle bus is frequent if you don't want to walk to there, Sails or Pioneer. The reception staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. The whole resort is a little dated, but the garden surrounds were quite lovely, and lots of birds. The reception staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. We had friends stay at Sails, and thought Desert Gardens was much better value.
"Finding the peace in the Red Centre"
Ground floor garden view room was beautiful. Everything just right. The staff always did everything they could to make my stay wonderful. Would definitely stay here again. Breakfast was excellent and the wait staff made sure I had everything I nÃ¨eded.
"Tastefully refurbished rooms"
Thoroughly enjoyed our recent stay in Desert Gardens Hotel. On arrival the reception staff couldn't have been more helpful not only checking us in but also checking our departure times for the various tours we were booked on. As we had 3 early morning starts they arranged for takeaway breakfast packs for each morning. the room itself has been very tastefully refurbished. We had 2 queen beds, plenty of room in both bedroom and bathroom with an outdoor space to relax in. The woodwork used in the refurbishment reminded me instantly of tree trunks with its cream & grey colouring. Beautiful linen & extra large towels. Unfortunately didn't get to experience either of the restaurants for breakfast or dinner. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. Perhaps the only thing that sets Desert Gardens apart from its more expensive cousin "Sails" is the gardens. Lots of lovely green grass and ghost gums but perhaps some more green bushy natives in the gardens rather than just stones & dried leaves would be nice. But of course appreciate that these would then need watering which no doubt would be an issue. Couldn't fault the service, the staff or the quality of the room.
The hotel was generally good. The deserts a tough place have a hotel but this one did meet muster. Generally clean and was very accommodating. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The buffet breakfast and food in general was great. The Auers Rock area is a must when visiting Australia so this where I recommend you stay.
"Expect less than 'The Ad'"
Forming part of our honeymoon, we stayed here for five nights in a "Deluxe" room with a view of Ayers Rock. The overall resort layout takes a while to navigate and the 'map' you receive at check-in could do with being improved. Finding out that the resort is government owned begins to explain the utilitarian concrete architecture, single colourscheme and lack of modernisation. It's getting close to needing a thorough upgrade. The general garden areas are kept tidy enough but the pathways to the rooms really do need to be cleaned up and repaired in places. Certainly the upper level walkways need a thorough cleaning - walking past the same dead lizard for five days became annoying! Several of the pathway lights weren't working on an evening so do use your phone torch. Our room itself was a great size, spacious and very comfortable. The 'rock view' was little more than the peak of the rock which was particularly disappointing. But what really let the whole experience down, is that between the resort rooms and the landscape is the main resort road which is nonstop traffic, predominantly coaches and tourist buses. So forget about sitting outside on the balcony and enjoying peaceful vista views - you simply can't because of the traffic. The bar venue covers the basics, although the overly loud 1980s music seemed inappropriate and perhaps more subtle traditional music would add a level of authenticity to the resort. Added to that, you can't purchase alcohol from the venue bar to take back to your room - they don't have a licence! The only way to purchase alcohol for your room is from the bar located at another venue on the opposite side of the resort. However, even then (whether you drive to collect or have it delivered), the room doesn't include the glassware to be able to drink it. Wine from a coffee mug just isn't acceptable. The overall in-room facilities were limited, not least the insufficient provision of milk for tea and coffee. With an adjoining wall, we heard everything in the room next door. So, whilst the room size and modern feel is a good start, the word "deluxe" seems entirely inappropriate and most definitely overpriced for what you get. But when your this isolated, you're an entirely captive audience. An acceptable base from which to enjoy Uluru but highly overpriced for a (disappointingly) basic level of hospitality.
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