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The Lost Camel

The lobby features contemporary furnishings, bright open spaces, and an intimate café and bar. At the heart of the hotel is a pool and deck, where guests soak up the sun and relax in between tours. At the end of the day, relax in the lobby's bar and lounge, where a plasma screen plays anything from CNN to music videos.

Furnished in a mix of Aboriginal and urban themes, The Lost Camel brings a modern and exciting feel to Voyages Ayers Rock Resort.

The guest rooms are decorated in bright colors and crisp, clean whites. Stylishly framed photographs based on Aboriginal themes, such as hands weaving baskets or sifting through berries, adorn the walls to enhance this new hotel's distinctive, modern ethos.

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Room Information

Rooms at the Lost Camel Hotel are studio rooms with a walk in bathroom. Interiors feature bright colors and distinctive environs. Rooms feature a queen size bed, CD player, television, air-conditioning and minibar.

Interconnecting rooms and wheelchair accessible rooms are available on request and are subject to availability. Please inquire when making your reservation. Please be aware that twin bed configurations are not available at the Lost Camel Hotel.
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Things To Do

If Sydney is the pulse of Australia, then Uluru (Ayers Rock) is its heart.  Rising over a thousand feet from the flat earth, Uluru is a magnificent monolith, which holds deep cultural significance for Australia’s Aboriginal people.  It casts its spell as soon as you see it glowing in the distance, and you’ll find yourself looking for glimpses of rusty peaks throughout your stay. 

Ride a camel to Uluru and watch a haunting light display as the sun sets over the sandstone surface.  Join a base walk and discover miniature pools and Aboriginal cave art hidden in the folds of rock, or enjoy first class dining on a sand dune at the Sounds of Silence dinner.

West of Uluru lies a captivating collection of rounded rocks called Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).  Though less well known, many visitors believe that they are prettier than their popular neighbor.  Not to be missed is the Valley of the Winds walking trail. 
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Price Guide

$ = Up to $100
$$ = $100 to $199
$$$ = $200 to $349
$$$$ = $350 to $599
$$$$$ = $600 +

Price per person, per night.