Longitude 131 Northern Territory, Australia

Offer ID: H786

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Number Of Rooms: 16 Tented Pavilions

Nestled among ancient dunes, Longitude 131° is a gathering of sixteen tented pavilions designed to offer both luxurious sanctuary and a profound sense of place.

Unparalleled views of Uluru’s changing lights play out from the end of the bed, or on balconies from the warmth of a luxury swag unfurled in the cool night air. Custom furnishings invite stylish lounging, while works by local indigenous artists offer inspiration. Guests observe the sights of the outback through floor to ceiling windows, relax on outdoor decks and sleep under a blanket of stars.

All suites feature king-size bed, comfortable lounge, spacious bathroom and private balcony with occasional seating and fireplace. Other features include climate control, complimentary in-suite bar, wireless internet, music system, premium amenities, safe and telephone. Bathrobes, slippers, hairdryer and backpacks are provided along with twice-daily housekeeping, including signature evening turndown service.

Available Room Types

Luxury Tents

Adopt the spirit of the original pioneers and relax after a day’s exploring in a canopied pavilion reimagined for the modern traveller.

Custom-designed furniture from Australian designers offers stylish lounging, whilst the bespoke ‘Baillie Bed’ dressed in fine linens and luxurious throws holds centre stage. Private floor to ceiling windows yield unparalelled views of Uluru, quite literally at the end of the bed, opening onto an expansive balcony with day bed, armchairs and fireplace. Each ‘tent’ is named for an explorer or pioneer and framed artefacts offer a first-hand history and tales of a much tougher experience in the outback. The unique textures of local indigenous artworks provide a colourful contrast to the pioneering past.

An ensuite bathroom offers a generous rain shower, while the complimentary in-suite bar proffers a selection of Australia’s best loved gourmet treats. Plush bathrobes are provided along with daily housekeeping and signature evening turndown service. A music system, wireless internet, telephone, safe, and climate control complete the swag of mod cons.

Luxury Tents are ideal for one or two persons in existing bedding

Dune Pavilion

Expansive and contemporary, the Dune Pavilion is Australia’s only accommodation offering views of both World Heritage-listed Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Architecturally designed as a modern interpretation of the Australian homestead, the Pavilion is considered the star of the luxury camp.

Offering separate living and sleeping areas featuring custom furnishings and artworks commissioned from local artists, bathroom with deep tub overlooking the vast desert landscape and outdoor deck with daybed, fireplace and the ultimate in desert style: a private plunge pool overlooking the outback frontier, for a personal nature-meets-luxury experience.

Extras for guests in the Dune Pavilion include a curated bar and private dining options for breakfast and sunset drinks (subject to timing of guest itinerary).

Configured as one or two bedroom, the suite is ideal for individuals or couples seeking a glamorous retreat, or friends or families travelling together.