Given its privileged location, you’ll be happy to hear that the resort includes transfers to and from Uluru as standard, as well as between the resort and airport. There’s also a full spread of complimentary Indigenous cultural experiences, from storytelling and guided garden walks to bush-food and weapons workshops. You might also want to pay a visit to the resort’s very own art galleries, home to fine works by Indigenous artists.
There’s even plenty of Anangu artwork in your room, with artefacts and decorative pieces picked out against natural tones. All come with balconies or patios, while upgrades mix in expansive terraces. The suites are particularly impressive, featuring multiple balconies, separate living areas and deep, soaking tubs.
The Red Ochre Spa is a special highlight, offering the likes of massages and beauty treatments. Then, alongside the Sails in the Desert’s multi-course restaurant, tennis court and pool-side bar, you’ll have more than a dozen dining options to choose from throughout the resort. There are bistros and grills, as well as Asian delicacies and even the special option to take a fine-dining experience under the stars, with dune-top views over Uluru.