We only stayed one night. Easy parking. Had a meal at the restaurant and breakfast in the morning. what a lovely place to stay. On the 15th floor, beautiful views across the harbour. Lovely friendly staff. A very relaxing night
Next time we will definitely stay for longer
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.
Luma-Luma is very convenient to Darwin CBD. It has free off street parking and the view from the room was great. Directly across the road is a funky cafe and a bakery downstairs makes incredible sausage rolls. The room came with a cool little functional kitchen including a fridge, microwave and bench top stove. I asked reception for an iron/ironing board and it was at the room in seconds! A+ The staff even started the aircon before I arrived so the room was nice and cool. I'd absolutely stay at Luma-Luma again.
I normally stay in the Darwin CBD but this time decided to try another location. This new resort whilst still under construction is a very nice place to stay. It is basically at the end of the road and as such is in very close proximity to the beach, buffalo creek and Casuarina reserve. Everything is nice and new and the pool is just superb. I did not see any staff other than a lady that I paid. The restaurant is not open and that was a pity but that will change soon. The bed was very comfortable and bathroom extremely good. They supply a microwave, as well as washing up liquid which I think is supposed to be used to wash up in the bathroom sink. A bit odd considering there is ample room in which to fit a more hygienic and amenable sink area. Leaving that aside I really enjoyed my stay there and thoroughly enjoyed the peace that this area delivers. I will definitely be returning.
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