Desert Cave Hotel
At a Glance
- unique place to stay
- pool is welcome relief in the heat
- not for the claustrophobic
- overpriced for what you get
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Desert Cave Hotel Review
What may be the world's only underground hotel presents a contemporary, blocky face to the desert town. In the 19 spacious, subsurface rooms, luxurious white and dark blue duvets complement and contrast the red-striated rock walls that protect sleepers from sound and heat. Aboveground rooms are also available. The hotel offers daily tours of the town and surrounding sights. The owners have another hotel, the Opal Inn (08/8672–5054 or 1800/088523 www.opalinn.com.au), where you can chat with opal buyers.
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