Mercure, Alice Springs
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Alice Springs is affectionately known as the physical and spiritual heart of Australia’s Red Centre, and your stay here will be on the banks of Todd River, at Mercure Alice Springs Resort. With an abundance of natural Northern Territory beauty surrounding the hotel, you’d be surprised to find that the town centre is only five minutes away. Arts, celebrations of its Aboriginal culture, and pretty architecture make it a lovely outback town to explore at your leisure. Also nearby are some of Australia’s most-loved natural attractions which shouldn’t be missed on your visit. These include the large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory, Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock; Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park; the MacDonnell Ranges which stretch out for hundreds of kilometres on both sides of Alice Springs; and the Larapinta Trail, one of Australia’s most spectacular bushwalking and trekking experiences.
Its low-rise architecture and lush, native landscaping help create the relaxing ambience of Mercure Alice Springs Resort. The guestrooms feature en-suites with walk-in showers, a work desk, a flat screen TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. So you should have everything you need to feel right at home. Your hotel also boasts a swimming pool and fitness centre. With modern amenities throughout and a friendly, efficient service, you can be sure of a fabulous stay.
Dining at the Barra on Todd Restaurant and Bar
When it comes to dining, the Barra on Todd Restaurant and Bar is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Here you can sample a distinctive array of quality cuisine, including local bush flavours. The bar also offers an extensive list of fine wines, creative cocktails, Australian beer and all your favourite imported beers. With a picturesque setting, the views make the Barra on Todd Restaurant and Bar the perfect setting for a morning coffee, relaxing afternoon or an enchanting evening dining and drinking.