A mirage of iconic white sail-shaped awnings signals your arrival at the five-star Sails in the Desert, where mighty Uluṟu and the Red Centre's soul-stirring landscape serves as a striking backdrop. A member of the renowned Pullman Hotels collection, this unique hotel interweaves the magic and breathtaking beauty of the outback into every aspect of its design.
Offering a wealth of unmissable experiences as vast as the desert it crowns, this iconic outback oasis is your launchpad for delving deep into Australia's roots. Listen to stories of Aboriginal culture during a 'Bush Yarns' session, immerse yourself in the enchanting sounds of the didgeridoo with a workshop or take a guided garden walk highlighting the seasonal local flora, bush foods, trees native to Australia and the medicines traditionally used. Watch as darkness transforms into a bloom of soft light and colour at the renowned Field of Light Uluṟu installation by artist Bruce Munro or escape the crowds on a desert awakening and find a secluded sand dune to watch the sun roll above Uluṟu — an unforgettable moment etched in your memory for years to come. Inbetween experiences, retreat from the heat with a dip in the gum-tree lined pool or linger over unique Australian flavours at one of the resort's exceptional restaurants.
Your handpicked inclusions:
Indulge each morning with daily buffet breakfast at Ilkaṟi Restaurant
Experience a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon with one Field of Light Star Pass per person, including return hotel transfers, canapés with beer and wine and a walk through the renowned Field of Light Uluṟu art installation by Bruce Munro
Arrive in style with roundtrip airport transfers from Ayers Rock Airport
Make the most of your escape with complimentary Indigenous guest activities, such as didgeridoo workshops, bush food experiences and guided garden walks, and free Wi-Fi
Travelling with family? Share this incredible experience with the whole family when you upgrade to a Superior Family Room with two queen beds, valid for up to two adults and two children (under 12).