Located in Australia’s Red Centre in the middle of dual World Heritage-listed Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park Longitude 131° not only offers a spectacular and unique setting, but also a eco-sensitive and comfortable luxury lodge. It’s not only about a deluxe hotel stay, but a combination with wilderness and cultural experience. Therefore the 5 star hotel includes a wide range of individual activities, completely personalised for each guest, from small groups to private touring. Discover the outback by hiking or walking accompanied by the lodge’s naturalist guides or explore unique perspectives of Uluru and Kata Tjuta at the Dawn & Dusk Expeditions. Guests can further relax at the Red Ochre Spa at the ‘Sails in the Desert Hotel’, which offers a wide range of treatments. Table 131° is complementing the unique experience at with a delicate four-course dinner under the starts including matched Australian wines. Enjoy sitting by the fire and discover the Australian night sky explained by a local astronomer. Private dinning can also be arranged for example at the Dune Top or the poolside. The curvy pool is a refreshing welcome in the heat of the desert.
At this boutique retreat you have a unique view of Uluru (Ayers Rock) from all luxurious tents. The permanent cabins are comfortably equipped, held in nature’s colours and decorated with indigenous artwork. Some cabins are completely remote to have more privacy, some are closer to the main area of the resort.
Rates start at EUR 1,550 per room per night.
RECOMMENDATION & AWARDS
Longitude 131° has been recommended by the Condé Nast Traveller (UK) Readers’ Choice Awards 2015 among the 10 Best Hotels in Australasia. In 2014 it was voted as No. 9 of the Best Resorts in Australia and New Zealand by the Condé Nast Traveler (US) Readers’ Choice Awards.