Alice Springs

Alice Springs is a sparkling oasis of a city, representing the third largest town in the Northern Territory. A thriving outback city, Alice Springs serves most famously for being the gateway to exploring the Red Centre, Australia’s driest desert region, and home to the famous Ayers Rock, or Uluru. Despite being situated in the Australian desert, Alice Springs is a city that prides itself on having year-round events and activities, suitable for even the most astute traveler. Discover the origins of Aboriginal art, learn about the history of the Indigenous people and see how they lived. For the more adventurous traveler, explore the famous Red Rock on camelback, Harley Davidson, or in the comfort of a four-wheel drive. Dine under the Australian skies with a gourmet dune top dinner if you prefer culinary experiences. For the outdoor lover, Alice Springs is a playground that offers endless options – from exploring the region on foot, to hiking the Larapinta trail, all the way to riding a bike down a mountain, and owl-watching, the list is endless. Ibis offers Ibis, Ibis Budget and Ibis Styles hotels, so there is an accommodation option for every budget and taste. Plus, when you book your low-price hotel with Ibis, you are sure to have a little extra spending money to treat yourself in Alice Springs. So book your dream Australian holiday today, with a low-price Ibis hotel.

Our hotels in Alice Springs


0.99 k.m from the city centre

ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis is ideal when exploring the attractions of Alice Springs, including Flynns Memorial and the Road Transport Hall of Fam...

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