Yulara

Yulara is the service village for the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and is located in the southern region of the Northern Territory in Australia. Being the main village in the area, Yulara is the perfect base to explore all that Ayers Rock and the region have to offer. 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 offers truly unique and once-in-a-lifetime magical experiences, 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 Yulara. Discover our selection of luxury to budget hotels in Yulara for your next business trip, family holiday or weekend break.


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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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Why book on all.accor.com?

*The lowest prices over the next seven days.
These prices may relate to different types of rooms. Depending on the country, these prices may be shown exclusive of tax, including VAT only, or with all taxes included (VAT and tourist tax included). Where prices are shown exclusive of all taxes, the taxes (VAT and/or tourist tax) will be specified during the next steps of the booking process. The price is only guaranteed at the time of booking.

The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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