Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Wonderful outback experiencePosted Nov 13, 2013
Pros: The fun activities - nature walk, boomarang throwing, bush yarns, traditional dance workshop. The option to self cater, and the relaxed and friendly a
Cons: more recycling on site, use solar energy (you're in the desert!!) indiginous yoga classes
the resort, particularly with a self catering option, along with the activities available were fantastic. Our family had a unforgettable time.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Well appointed self contained unitsPosted Oct 30, 2013
Pros: Its locality to Uluru and the Olgas
Cons: Behind the TV unit hasn't seen a vacuum cleaner for some time by the look of it. There were ants in the room but we were warned to expect them.
Location: Uluru, the Olga's.
Good quality self contained units. Local supermarket is well stocked and very reasonably priced given its location. Rooms are pricey but not much by way of competition in the red centre! We did the Sounds of Silence dinner which was overpriced - in our opinion $100 of value and $80 of monopoly pricing, but nevertheless it is a must do,
for Personal Eventby Diamond Rose from Brisbane
Comfortable unitPosted Aug 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
The apartment is spacious and very comfortable. Though it and the outer areas of the units are looking tired and I would not rate it as 4 star - rather 3 star - despite the provision of very nice toiletries etc. The cobwebs on the back balcony did not impress though the cleanliness of the unit itself was good. Having said all of that, we would definitely go back.
for Everyoneby CatalystAg from Sydney NSW, Australia
Good for families looking for a basePosted Aug 5, 2013
Cons: Restaurant in the "town square", poor service
Location: Not many choices at Ayers Rock, captive audience.
Part of a group of hotels at the Ayers Rock Resort with different price point/budget in each. Emu Walk is a bit more budget and family orientated. Lots of cultural activities and tours originate from here and shopping area with normal tourist requirements and supermarket etc.
for Familiesby Lee from Darwin NT 0800, Australia
You will not be disappointed - lovely apartment.Posted Jul 25, 2013
Lovely apartment - very clean, fully equipped and very comfortable. The only thing missing was a washing machine - otherwise highly recommended.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Motel 6 quality at Ritz Carlton pricesPosted Jul 2, 2013
Pros: The free cultural programs, proximity to an incredible natural wonder, lovely public areas.
Cons: The hotel is shabby and needs a major overhaul. They charge for internet, and it does not work in the rooms.
Location: Uluru, bushwalking in the Olgas, Valley of the Winds, Kuniya aboriginal walks. The resort is the closest you can get to these wonders.
Uluru is amazing, and people are going to come there. The Resort is the only place to stay, and they know people will come, and they capitalize on this. Emu Walk is probably the best deal at the Resort, since you have an adequate kitchen to prepare meals. There is a supermarket on premises, and this is much cheaper than eating in the high priced restaurants. The hotel needs a major overhaul. Everything is old, and sad, and worn out. The drawer pulls are missing, the shelves in the linen closet are broken or missing, the water does not go down the shower drain, the linen is threadbare, and the mattress is soft and old. But the housekeepers work hard to keep it clean, and the public areas of the resort are lovely and well kept. The reception staff was not very enthusiastic and less than helpful, although never rude. The indigenous staff who presented the free cultural activities were friendly, eager to answer questions, and very helpful. Our 11 year old boy loved those activities. There is a self-serve guest laundry which is free of charge--a great help to us since Uluru was in the middle of our 2 weeks in Australia. There is also complementary transfer between airport and hotel. Although we self-catered, we did book the buffet breakfast with our reservation. This added only about $30 a day for all 3 of us to have breakfast, and the cost is usually almost $30 pp if you walk in. I recommend it. The food is great and it's a timesaver at the start of a busy day.
for Everyoneby Ray & Jo from Figtree NSW, Australia
Outback AdventurePosted Jun 17, 2013
Pros: Quite, Close to shops restaurants
Location: Very close to the main attractions. "THE ROCK"
We enjoyed our stay at the Emu Walk Apartments. A couple of minor issues with the supplied kitchen appliances broken but overall very comfortable and clean. Would recommend to others .
Recommendedby lena from Sydney
Posted Mar 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
The stay in this hotel was very good and we have enjoyed it. Happy to recommend it to our friends.
Recommendedby G Hall
Posted Jun 30, 2012 on Hotels.com
I had read some other reviews and the answers to them from management. We were prepared to have a trip from carpark, but had read that staff were happy to assist with luggage. As we are on a self drive trip, we had a fair amount and did not want to leave anything of value(including car fridge) in car as resort does warn you. 1. Very hard to find reception, the old reception signs are still up 2. I did ask for access to a trolley to help with luggage, but although they said they would see what they could do, it was obvious it was not available for self drive and we ended up carting ourself without the help of a trolley. We are both in our 60's and we had 3 lots of stairs to climb . Once settled in our room, we were very comfortable, and had everything we needed to look after ourselves and were pleased to find the onsite supermarket very reasonably priced. I would advise anyone going to make sure you have the time to take advantage of your 3 day park pass, it is really an experience.
for Everyoneby Luiza from Sydney
OpinionPosted Apr 11, 2012
Pros: had a kitchen
Cons: uncleanliness, old
Location: 25km from uluru
Microwave was filthy when we checked in and was not cleaned for the duration of our stay (3 nights) Shower had bits of ceiling falling in TV was old and small and remote so overused the button symbols were rubbed off Place really needs a reno and would expect better for such a high cost