Scale of 90-100
Providing unobstructed views of Ayers Rock, this unique desert hideaway straddles an isolated red dune. Historical artifacts and photos of early pioneers embellish 16 air-conditioned guest tents elevated above the dunes, each featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, solar-heated shower-baths and private decks with fireplaces. The two-bedroom Dune Pavilion suite has a private plunge pool. The Central Dune House tent overlooks an outdoor pool and deck and contains a library, a bar and communal dining facilities in which multicourse dinners featuring contemporary Outback fare are served. The spa offers regionally inspired treatments that employ native ingredients including Kakadu plum, desert lime, yellow clay and nutrient-rich Australian desert salts. Fascinating guided eco-adventures include sunrise and sunset excursions to Uluru and Kata Tjuta, camel rides and helicopter tours. The hotel does not permit children under the age of 10.
Good to Know
Table 131° offers a unique four-course outdoor dining experience paired with fine Australian wines followed by tales of the southerly constellations from the property’s resident astronomer.
Longitude 131˚ Features:
- Airport transfers
- Meal plan offered
- Tented camp
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Editor’s Choice: Luxury Tent for two, $2,250 (all meals, wine and spirits, and return airport transfers included; minimum stay required).
All meals; Open bar with premium wines and spirits; In-suite bar; Signature experiences; Round-trip Ayers Rock Airport transfers; Wi-Fi
Learn more about Longitude 131˚:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.