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Inside Samantha Armytage’s $2,800-a-night holiday in the Northern Territory

Private tours, luxury pavilions and a spa in the sand dunes: Inside Samantha Armytage’s $5,600-a-night holiday in the Northern Territory

Samantha Armytage has escaped Sydney’s winter weather and is enjoying a serene holiday in Australia’s ‘red centre’.

Earlier this week, the Sunrise host checked into the Longitude 131° luxury resort in the Northern Territory, which costs up to $5,600 a night.

She has been documenting her trip via Instagram, sharing several envy-inducing holiday snaps with her 213,000 followers.

Private tours, luxury pavilions and a spa in the sand dunes: Take a look Inside Samantha Armytage's $2,800-a-night holiday in the Northern Territory

The perfect escape: Sunrise host Samantha Armytage (pictured) has escaped the winter weather in Sydney and is enjoying a serene getaway in the Northern Territory 

On Thursday, Sam shared a breathtaking photo of her ‘front-row view’ of Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, from her five-star accommodation.

Longitude 131° boasts several lavish tents and pavilions, which range from $1,600 to $5,600 per night, and all come with an outdoor deck and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The nature-meets-luxury experience, which provides guests with unparalleled views of the outback, is perfect for individuals or couples looking for a serene getaway. 

Spectacular views of Uluru: Earlier this week, Samantha checked into the Longitude 131° luxury resort in the Northern Territory, which costs up to $5,600 a night

Spectacular views of Uluru: Earlier this week, Samantha checked into the Longitude 131° luxury resort in the Northern Territory, which costs up to $5,600 a night

Spectacular views of Uluru: Earlier this week, Samantha checked into the Longitude 131° luxury resort in the Northern Territory, which costs up to $5,600 a night 

Wow! Longitude 131° boasts several lavish tents and pavilions, which range from $1,600 to $5,600 per night, and all come with an outdoor deck and floor-to-ceiling windows

Wow! Longitude 131° boasts several lavish tents and pavilions, which range from $1,600 to $5,600 per night, and all come with an outdoor deck and floor-to-ceiling windows

Longitude 131° is designed to ‘offer both luxurious sanctuary and a profound sense of place,’ according to its official website. 

The resort also provides rejuvenation and relaxation spa treatments for those looking for an indulgent, relaxing getaway. 

And for those wanting to experience the outback, there are private tours and opportunities to explore the surrounding areas. 

Stunning: The nature-meets-luxury experience, which provides guests with unparalleled views of the outback, is perfect for individuals or couples looking for a serene getaway

Stunning: The nature-meets-luxury experience, which provides guests with unparalleled views of the outback, is perfect for individuals or couples looking for a serene getaway

Thrill-seekers can also ride a Harley-Davidson, take a mountain bike for a ride or join a camel train. 

Outdoor dining is a key part of the experience, and is the perfect way to end the day after exploring the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park or browsing the Mulgara Gallery. 

Sunrise airs weekdays from 5:30am on Channel Seven 

Australia's red centre: Longitude 131° boasts a 'front-row view' of Uluru (pictured)

Australia’s red centre: Longitude 131° boasts a ‘front-row view’ of Uluru (pictured)

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