Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock, also known as Uluru, is a large sandstone monument that represents one of the most impressive landmarks in Australia. As an official World Heritage site, it is located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, in the south-west corner of the Northern Territory. Ayers Rock is famous for truly unique and once-in-a-lifetime magical experiences it offers, including helicopter rides, private dinners with an uninterrupted view of the Rock, light festivals and skydiving tours. Feel welcome at one of the hotels offered by AccorHotels and our partners in Ayers Rock. Discover our selection of luxury to budget hotels in Ayers Rock for your next business trip, family holiday or weekend break.

Our hotels in Ayers Rock

12.96 k.m from the city centre

You'll find traditional Aussie hospitality at the Outback Pioneer Hotel, with your choice of 3.5 star comfortable, affordable standard or budget hotel...

13.06 k.m from the city centre

Experience the Red Centre in 4-star comfort at Desert Gardens,25 minutes' drive from Uluru (Ayers Rock). Cool off in your air-conditioned room with ba...

13.12 k.m from the city centre

Enjoying a natural setting doesn't mean losing sleep in a tent. You can experience Uluru's raw beauty, in 5-star comfort at Sails in the Desert, a mem...

13.44 k.m from the city centre

Mercure Lost Camel is a contemporary, fun, boutique style hotel conveniently located in the heart of Ayers Rock Resort, only 20 min from Uluru. Furnis...

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