Beautiful rooms, respectful and helpful staff, easy parking, close to waterfront and a short walk to Mitchell St. Great value for money. I wish I had more time there to take advantage of beautiful pool
Beautiful view of the sunrise from our 12th floor apartment gorgeous pool and cafe on the 3rd floor. all the staff from front office to restaurant staff were fabulous. loved that the owner lived in the penthouse and was hands on with his clients staying there ensuring we were happy with everything there was nothing pretentious just great value for money.
We arrived into Darwin early morning and were able to check in by 9:30am without any prior arrangements. We then queried about an upgrade and the staff were very friendly and would have been happy to move us. We ended up staying in our original room but the willingness of the staff was appreciated. I'd definitely stay here again.
There’s so much to do in Darwin, with the right Darwin hotel you can really live every lastminute! The capital of the Northern Territory is Australia’s one and only tropical city, and it’s packed with activities for nature lovers, adrenaline junkies and nightlife fiends! Take a trip to the gorgeous Kakadu and Litchfield national parks, shop at dusk at Mindil Beach’s super-popular night markets, and indulge in everything from Indigenous art and culture to thumping nightclubs and lovely relaxing gardens. We have Darwin accommodation for solo trekkers, family trippers, honeymooners or BFFs, so make your move and book now for a fabulous time in Darwin.
Iconic landmarks and attractions
In Darwin, even the shopping is an icon! Mindil Beach Sunset Markets are a place to pick up a one-of-a-kind souvenir by a local artist and sit on the sand and chow down on succulent Asian food as the sun goes down.
You can admire bona fide Indigenous art both in Kakadu National Park and in Darwin itself, in the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. This awesome museum / gallery is a fascinating place to learn all about Darwin and the NT.
Love wildlife? You can see a whole range of animals – including saltwater crocodiles – at the Territory Wildlife Park. And if you’re a croc lover, Crocosaurus Cove is perfect! Test your courage by being lowered into a pit of ‘em in a transparent cage.
Darwin has another surprising attraction: its buzzing nightlife. There are clubs, pubs and bars to suit you however you like to spend a Saturday night.
Getting around Darwin is no drama. You can hire a car or take a tour to some of the more remote spots like Kakadu or get around Darwin by bus (including the “tour tub” service), cab or your own two feet.