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DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs Star Rating 4.5        
82 Barrett Drive

Set off the Stuart Highway and overlooking the MacDonnell Ranges, this modern hotel is 9 km from Alice Springs Desert Park and 13 km from Alice Springs Airport.All rooms offer sophisticated decor and custom-designed beds, plus balconies, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Suites add separate living areas, microwaves and mountain views.
Macdonnell Range Holiday Park Star Rating 4        
Palm Place, PO Box 9025

This comfortable property in Alice Springs offers free Wi-Fi, as well as a kids pool and a swimming pool. It also provides bicycle rental, luggage storage and a playground.Every lodging at BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park provides wireless internet access and all the necessities for a comfortable stay.
Alice in the Territory Star Rating 3        
46 Stephens Road

Set next to Lasseters Hotel Casino entertainment centre, this 2-story, brick-sided hotel is 1.8 km from Alice Springs Golf Club and 8 km from the native plants and animals of Alice Springs Desert Park.The simple, colourful rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Ibis Styles Alice Springs Oasis Star Rating 3.5        
10 Gap Road

This low-key hotel is a 13-minute walk from Olive Pink Botanic Garden or the Mbantua Gallery of Aboriginal artwork, and 8 km from Alice Springs Desert Park.Featuring flat-screen TVs, the modern rooms also come with minifridges and tea and coffeemaking facilities, as well as Wi-Fi (fee).Parking is complimentary.
Desert Rose Inn Alice Springs Star Rating 3        
15 Railway Terrace

This low-rise, roadside budget hotel, set in the Outback, lies a 3-minute walk from the Alice Springs Interchange bus stop, 600 m from Anzac Hill Lookout and 3.2 km from Lasseters Centre of Entertainment.Offering free Wi-Fi, the basic rooms with brick walls feature desks and shared or en suite bathroooms, as well as air-conditioning.
Desert Palms Alice Springs Star Rating 3.5        
74 Barret Drive

On a property lined with palm trees, this relaxed resort next to Alice Springs Golf Club is a 9-minute walk from Lasseters Casino and 9 km from Alice Springs Desert Park.Featuring free Wi-Fi, the laid-back villas have kitchenettes with tea and coffeemaking facilities, minifridges, hot plates and microwaves. All also come with flat-screen TVs and decks.
Elkira Court Motel Star Rating 3.5        
65 Bath Street

This airy motel in the town centre is a 14-minute walk from Alice Springs train station, 7 km from Alice Springs Desert Park and 8 km from Tjoritja/West MacDonnell National Park.Traditional rooms provide free Wi-Fi and TVs, plus minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms and suites feature modern furnishings and flat-screen TVs; suites also have whirlpool baths.
Diplomat Motel Alice Springs Star Rating 4        
Corner Hartley Street and Gregory Terrace

This unpretentious, low-rise motel is a 7-minute walk from the Alice Springs Reptile Centre, 1.3 km from the Stuart Highway and 1.5 km from the Olive Pink Botanic Garden.
Lasseters Hotel Star Rating 4.5        
93 Barrett Drive

Set at the base of the MacDonnell Ranges mountains, this upscale casino hotel is adjacent to the Alice Springs Convention Centre and 1.4 km from Alice Springs Golf Club.The understated rooms provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minibars, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and room service.
Aurora Alice Springs Star Rating 4        
11 Leichhardt Terrace

A 12-minute walk from Alice Springs Reptile Centre, this casual hotel in a colourful, contemporary building is 1.9 km from Alice Springs train station and 8 km from Alice Springs Desert Park.Relaxed rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with cable channels, and air-conditioning, as well as minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
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Alice Springs is a remote town in Australia's Northern Territory, halfway between Darwin and Adelaide, both 1,500km away. It's a popular gateway for exploring the Red Centre, the country's interior desert region. Its 1872 origin as part of the Overland Telegraph Line (linking Darwin and Adelaide) is preserved in the vintage buildings and equipment at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve.