Where to stay
From self-contained apartments to luxury eco-lodges, there’s a room to suit everyone on Christmas Island.
The island’s accommodation options provide the personal service you’d expect from smaller operations, and many have glorious ocean views.
Visit the Christmas Island tourism website for more information and how to book.
The only accommodation located inside the national park, Swell Lodge is a world-class eco-resort.
Nestled in remote coastal wilderness, your beautifully appointed eco-chalet boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, a massive deck with ocean views and satellite wi-fi. Environmentally friendly touches such as solar power, energy-efficient appliances and odourless composting toilets help make your stay as sustainable as it is memorable.
Swell Lodge offers all-inclusive packages that combine luxurious lodgings with guided daily activities and meals prepared by a private chef
Visit the Swell Lodge website to make a booking or find out more.
Christmas Island has a range of hotels and lodges catering to all budgets.
Rooms are equipped with all modern amenities and most have internet access.
Visit the Christmas Island Tourism Association for details on the island’s hotels.
There are numerous holiday homes available for short-term stays on Christmas Island. They are a great option for families and larger groups, and having your own kitchen means you can make your holiday budget go further by not eating out.
Some holiday rentals are situated in grand colonial-style buildings, giving you a taste of the island’s history.
Camping is allowed in Christmas Island National Park. However, you need to get a permit by contacting the Christmas Island National Park office on +61 8 9164 8700 or ChristmasIslandNP@environment.gov.au.
There are no purpose-built campgrounds in the park, so you’ll need to bring everything you need for camping with you.