The Lost Camel Hotel
Everything in one place!
The Lost Camel Hotel is part of the Ayers Rock Resort complex which is operated by Voyages Hotels and Resorts. The Lost Camel is a 3.5 star hotel and offers great facilities.
With a contemporary lobby and bright open spaces, guests are welcome to soak up the sun and relax by the pool in between the day's activities of tours around Uluru, Kata Tjuta and King's Canyon.
Rooms are decorated in bright colours with crisp, white linens and include art with Aboriginal themes.
Slightly curious is the bathroom arrangement; to keep rooms cool, the bathroom is on the outer edge of the hotel with the toilet in one small room and shower in another small room (heavy drapes/shower curtain protecting your modesty) whilst the vanity area is directly behind the bed within the bedroom area.
Unique Quality: This is a wonderful complex with guests having opportunity to make use of the complex facilities which include restaurants, cafes, shops, etc.
AYRES ROCK RESORT
The Lost Camel is a very trendy `boutique` hotel, its very nice but totally soulless.
The swimming pool was stunning, contemporary shapes and colours and water which was just the right temperature, but clutter it up with people swimming in it or relaxing around it and it looked rather harsh
the service from the tiny bar was good but very slow, and there is no restaurant though the central plaza of the resort, with shops restaurant and take away is just behind the hotel
the rooms are spotlessly clean and very comfortable, they have CD players but no TV, there is a large screen TV in the lobby, if theres something you particularly want to watch stake your claim to the remote control early..........we wanted to see The Rabbit Proof Fence, much to the [loudly expressed] disgust of a European guest
there is internet access but at A$2 for 10 minutes it was ridiculously expensive
Unique Quality: the most unique things we found about the Lost Camel were the door tag, which instead of saying `do not disturb` said `leave me alone`..........[this made us roar with laughter we are easily amused ], and the discovery that the shampoo supplied came from our home town in the UK, 13,000 miles away
the accommodation was very expensive, as it all is here, and the hotel is completely non-smoking
Directions: behind the Shopping Square
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