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Longitude 131°



Longitude 131°


Insider Tip

For a unique dining experience, guests can join their fellow "campers" at Table 131, a three-course dinner banquet served in a secluded setting under star-filled skies.

Hotel Overview

Desert landscape
Longitude 131 is an Australian First. One of the best wilderness hotels in the world, the physical and spiritual immensity of the worlds largest monolith is awe inspiring. Stay in one of fifteen tented sanctuaries, enjoying panoramic views of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the surrounding desert landscape.
Luxury tent accommodations
This luxury tent-camp combines comfort, seclusion, and close-up views of the Ayers Rock World Heritage Site for just 30 guests a day.
Modern touch in the wilderness
Air conditioning, minibars, and CD players add a modern touch to elevated tents with wilderness views and historic memorabilia.

Amenity highlights:

The resort's "tents" are actually small, one-story buildings with tile floors, hard-sided walls, and canvas canopy-style roofs. Set on stilts, each one features a full glass wall facing Ayers Rock, along with a decor that pays homage to a particular Australian explorer or pioneer. Guests spend their days lounging by the outdoor pool, mingling over communal meals and drinks in The Dune House, or participating in a variety of complimentary treks and eco-tours.

What to expect:

Silence, seclusion, and stunning views of Ayers Rock. Set in the bush a few miles from the famed World Heritage Site, this resort resembles an African safari tent camp, with 15 "tents" and a communal dining building surrounded by pristine wilderness. With limited access and space for just 30 guests, it's a relaxing retreat with a strong cultural and eco-tourist ambience.




AYQ - Connellan



Private Luxury Tent
One king bed. View of Ayers Rock. Air conditioning, minibar, and coffeemaker. CD player, direct-dial phone, and remote-controlled blinds. Bathrobes. Non-smoking.


  • Air conditioning
  • Alarm clock
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Hair dryer
  • In-room safe
  • Minibar
  • Private bathroom
  • Television


Property Amenities

The following list of amenities are available on-site. Fees for these amenities may apply.

  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Airport transportation (complimentary)
  • Bar/lounge
  • Business services
  • Dry cleaning service

Number of floors: N/A

Number of suites: N/A

Number of rooms: 15 Tents


Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit is required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.


Rates include all meals and a selection of domestic and imported beverages.
The Dune House
The resort's main lodge also serves as its main dining facility for buffet and à la carte breakfasts, lunch buffets, morning and afternoon tea, and three-course dinners that highlight a fusion of modern French cooking and fresh Australian ingredients. A 24-hour self-service bar is also available. Meals and beverages are included in the nightly rate.
Table 131
Traveling to a secluded sand dune just before sunset, guests are invited to enjoy champagne and canapés al fresco before sitting down to a three-course dinner of upscale Outback fare beneath the stars. Complimentary, subject to availability, weather permitting.


A variety of complimentary tours, including sunrise walks, sunset hikes, and cultural tours, mix spectacular scenery with expert commentary and local lore. A small, oval pool is also on site. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.
  • Bird watching
  • Hiking/biking trails
  • Horse riding/rental
  • Running track/path