Longitude 131 Red Ochre Spa
Red Ochre Spa
Indulge and relax right in the heart of the central Australian outback with a visit to the serene Red Ochre Spa. The perfect way to immerse yourself in the timeless landscape of one of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders. The Red Ochre Spa is located within Sails in the Desert Hotel, at the nearby Ayers Rock Resort.
The advanced skincare formulations and professional spa therapies provide life-enhancing solutions for every man and woman. Unique massage sequences and power-boosting facials address your specific skin and body conditions, producing visible results, whilst re-awakening the senses.
Combining nature’s intelligence and the power of touch, signature therapies mirror the balanced beauty of Uluru – the essence of Australia. The Red Ochre Spa has been designed with pampering and total indulgence in mind – a sanctuary where guests exchange stressed or weary states for tranquility and embrace treatments that renew energies or evoke delicious relaxation.
Longitude 131° provides return transfers to and from the Spa. In-tent treatments can also be arranged.
Longitude 131° offers a transcendent experience of discovery
Timeless and enriching, Longitude 131° lies at the gateway of the dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
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Did you know...
Uluru is 348 metres at its tallest point: 43 metres higher than Sydney Tower, 24 metres higher than the Eiffel Tower, and just 33 metres lower than the Empire State Building.