Alice Springs is a necessary stop for most that find themselves in pursuit of the delights of Australia’s Northern Territory. A hub of aboriginal culture that’s located within driving distance of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and on the doorstep of the MacDonnell Ranges; Alice Springs has, for years, been an oasis in the heart of these arid lands.
As time has passed, Alice Springs has evolved to effectively cater for the thousands of travellers that pass through this outpost. Whether it’s the development of aboriginal shows and insightful museums or the appearance of gourmet restaurants and luxury hotels; Alice Springs has succeeded in providing its visitors with all they might need before they venture further into their desert surroundings.
Lasseters Hotel and Casino in particular is a fantastic example of how Alice Springs has responded to an influx of discerning travellers. A resort that lays claim to luxury lodgings, a large casino, beautiful pools and a selection of restaurants, Lasseters takes the pressure away from the rest of the town by providing its visitors with just about everything they could need. For many, it’s the perfect interlude to their adventurous travels. A resort that invites people to kick off their hiking boots and revel in the beauty of their surroundings, you’ll be able to refresh in the spa, slow down for a game of golf or simply relax by the pool.
From the moment you land at the airport to the moment you leave this fascinating part of Central Australia, you’ll forever be grateful of the opportunity to take a step back and indulge.
Luxury in one of the most remote parts of the world…who knew?