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Argus Apartments Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Argus Apartments Darwin

6 Cardona Court, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Very spacious, clean, modern, convenient"
Our family of 5 (2 adults and 3 older children) stayed at the Argus for 3 nights. We had a very spacious 3-bed room apartment (no 4 on the ground floor). We were a little disappointed that we did not have a view of Darwin Harbour but the ground floor proved convenient with no waiting for a lift. Also the size of the apartment was massive & had a huge outdoor courtyard. The staff were friendly and helpful. Reception is manned 24hours. They offered maps, directions, restaurant suggestions and a friendly “hello”. The beds were comfortable. The bathrooms were roomy with good powerful showers. There were three toilets in the apartment. Kitchen was well equipped & clean and when we had an issue with insinkerotor it was addressed very quickly. Also used our well equipped laundry. The Argus is well located to waterfront and city centre. We were able to walk to Woolworths & restaurants. I liked how it was walking distance to these but when the city was rowdy on Friday & Saturday night it was not too close to the noisy & not so pleasant action. Although, we were there for Territory Day and firecrackers are let off everywhere, so this was noisy but I think this would have occurred anywhere you stayed. On our day of departure we had a 1.40am flight out of Darwin and we were able to store our luggage and use the guest bathroom/lounge to freshen up before our flight. This was fantastic as it saved us a night’s accommodation.
Traveller from Sydney
Argus Apartments Darwin is a new 4.5AAA rated holiday apartment complex offering guests a unique place to stay while in …More
Advance Serviced Apartments - Darwin Hotels

Advance Serviced Apartments

55 Cavenagh Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Great central location "
Excellent for a small family in the heart of the CBD.
Traveller from Yirrkala NT
Quest Darwins superbly appointed serviced apartments will ensure your Darwin experience is a comfortable and stylish one …More
Hilton Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Hilton Darwin

32 Mitchell Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel - close to everything"
On Mitchell Street, Hilton is located well for a holiday maker. Taxis a non-existent, so being within walking distance to wharf area and restaurants is a bonus. Also, this hotel is close to several of the stops for the Hop On Hop Off bus, so it gives you a good opportunity to see the city easily. With a shopping centre within 200m, you are able to pick up anything you forgot to pack. We booked a ocean view room which was worth the money. We enjoyed watching the many boats, ferries and ships coming into port. Meals in the restaurant were good and well priced. Staff were super helpful. Can't fault our stay.
Traveller from Sunshine Coast
Mantra Pandanas - Darwin Hotels

Mantra Pandanas

43 Knuckey Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
Very close walking distance to everything in CBD for mums there's shopping for kids there's crocodile parks movies playgrounds and for dads there's massage parlours with a little extra at the end 👍
Traveller from victoria
Mantra Pandanas brings a new level of sophistication to the heart of Darwin. Combining sophisticated city chic with a …More
Mantra on the Esplanade - Darwin Hotels

Mantra on the Esplanade

88 The Esplanade, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel in the CBD"
We had a wonderful time at the hotel. The staff were amazing and very helpful. The room was very nice.
A Traveller
Élan Soho Suites - Darwin Hotels

Élan Soho Suites

31 Woods Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
" New clean hotel, good location, quiet street."
I enjoyed a 2 week stay in an Elan Soho suite with a harbor view for business. The spacious room had a comfortable queen bed, desk, 3 chairs, and sufficient hanging space and drawers. A kettle, instant coffee, tea was provided with milk in a bar fridge. The bathroom was well appointed with a rain-water style shower but no bath.
Traveller from Sydney
Darwin Central Hotel - Darwin Hotels

Darwin Central Hotel

21 Knuckey Street, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Centrally located hotel"
A good middle-of-the-range hotel situated in the heart of Darwin's CBD. Good breakfast. Pity that hotel could not provide dinner but suitable dining located nearby.
Traveller from Canberra
Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront - Darwin Hotels

Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront

7 Kitchener Drive, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Great location to relax "
Stayed 3 nights at the Adina after spending 4 nights near Cullen Bay - so pleased we moved across to the wharf side of the cbd. The hotel staff were so welcoming and helpful. The room (apartment) we had was on the 3rd floor with a balcony that had a view overlooking the wave pool and out to the wharf. A fabulous place to stay in Darwin and recommend it to fellow tourists / travellers on vacation - would stay there again without hesitation
A Traveller
Travelodge Mirambeena Resort Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Travelodge Mirambeena Resort Darwin

64 Cavenagh St, Darwin - Map
 
 
"Decent Hotel"
Good location, nice layout, good rooms and gym facilities
A Traveller
Luma Luma Holiday Apartments - Darwin Hotels

Luma Luma Holiday Apartments

26 Knuckey Street and Corner W, Darwin - Map
 
 
"A bit run down, but good."
We stayed for a week here on holiday. Had a room on the 5th floor with views of the harbour. Location was really good, and it had a nice pool. Room was clean and comfortable, just fittings were a bit old. Staff were friendly. Didn't see any cockroaches.
Traveller from Canberra

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    Pocket Guide: Darwin Darwin City Centre Hotels

    Heading to the Top End region of the Northern Territory? Spend some time in Darwin, a capital city like no other. Overlooking a stunning harbour, Darwin is laidback, tropical and diverse. You’ll find beaches fringed with palm trees, Aboriginal art galleries, stunning gardens, a crocodile park, great food and nightlife. Pick one of our Darwin CBD hotels for a top time in the heart of the city.

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    History

    Darwin is the traditional home of the Larrakia people, also known as “the Saltwater People” because of their close relationship to the sea. John Lort Stokes was the first European to discover the region in 1839, naming it Port Darwin after his young shipmate on the HMS Beagle: naturalist Charles Darwin.

    Gold was discovered at Pine Creek in 1871, leading to a wave of Chinese immigration. Darwin was badly damaged in Japanese airstrikes during WW2 and almost destroyed by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. But it was rebuilt, and these days it continues to evolve.

    Things to see and do

    Darwin has a year-round tropical warm climate, so the revitalised waterfront is where most of the activity occurs. Luckily, there are some family-friendly beaches close to the CBD: swim between the flags at Mindil Beach or Fanny Bay Beach, a small and peaceful beach next to man-made Lake Alexander (just watch out for crocs!). Once you’ve finished with the beach, visit the George Brown Botanic Gardens to check out tropical plants, wetlands, monsoon forests and colourful flowers that are unique to this region of Australia.

    Crocosaurus Cove is Darwin’s crocodile park and the home of the Cage of Death, Australia’s only crocodile dive. From the safety of a glass cage, you can come face to face with a 700kg crocodile in a tank. If that sounds a bit full-on for you, watch from a safe distance as a handler feeds a croc, or check out the aquarium.

    While you’re in the heart of town, drop into Darwin’s city art galleries. Have a night out at an Irish pub, dance to a DJ or live band, hit a beach party or watch a movie under the stars at Deckchair Outdoor Cinema.

    The strikingly beautiful and World Heritage listedKakadu National Park is 240 km east of Darwin and has amazing walks, waterfalls and rock art. Litchfield National Park, 100km south-west of Darwin, is another tourist favourite, with walking tracks, rainforest and the unique and strange termite mounds.

    Shopping and dining

    If you want to shop in Darwin, there are boutique stores and galleries selling local art, but your best bet is the markets. Mindil Beach Sunset Market is the place to head on Thursday and Sunday evenings. As the sun sets over beach and palm trees, rows of stalls sell art, handmade jewellery, and food from all over the world.

    Darwin’s dining keeps up its multicultural vibe, with eclectic cafes and restaurants offering everything from Thai to Malaysian to Mediterranean.

    Getting here

    Getting to Darwin couldn’t be easier when you book one of our flights to Darwin to go with your Darwin CBD accommodation. If you want a top time in the Top End, start by making Darwin CBD your natural selection.

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