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H Hotel - Darwin Hotels

H Hotel

81 Smith Street, Darwin - Map
"Great location "
Great location - everything you need. Staff excellent.
A Traveller
The Cavenagh - Darwin Hotels

The Cavenagh

12 Cavenagh Street, Darwin - Map
"Good value"
For the price we found The Cav quite good. Location was excellent being virtually in the city centre. The rooms may appear a bit bare and dated but they are clean and comfortable and the airconditioning worked very well which was appreciated. The staff are very friendly and obliging, although the night porter took a bit of rousing as we arrived very early in the morning (2:15 am). The meals were exceptional, plentiful and reasonably priced. The pool was great for cooling off after a hard day sightseeing. Perhaps the only complaint as such is the lack of parking space available, but apart from that we would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Darwin Central Hotel - Darwin Hotels

Darwin Central Hotel

21 Knuckey Street, Darwin - Map
"nice budget hotel in heart of city"
Was there on business .didn't spend long in hotel.
Traveller from Brisbane
Ramada Suites Zen Quarter Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Ramada Suites Zen Quarter Darwin

6 Carey Street, Darwin - Map
"The room was weird and the bed was hard"
The pool and the view were incredible. However, the bed was rock hard, the sliding glass panels around the bed gave it a strange fish tank vibe and the cheap shower curtain used instead of a bathroom door was bizarre.
A Traveller
Palms City Resort - Darwin Hotels

Palms City Resort

64 Esplanade, Darwin - Map
"great position great atmosphere"
lovely tropical gardens with the garden bungalow nested among the palms. great location as everything was within walking distance. staff were extremely accommodating. rooms were a little small but still very comfortable and clean
A Traveller
Oaks Élan Darwin - Darwin Hotels

Oaks Élan Darwin

31 Woods Street, Darwin - Map
"Great position & one of the newest hotels. "
Really enjoyed my stay at Oaks Elan - close to everything I needed and only 2 blocks from Mitchell Steet.
Traveller from Armidale, NSE
Mantra on the Esplanade - Darwin Hotels

Mantra on the Esplanade

88 The Esplanade, Darwin - Map
Great service. Got upgraded. Was fantastic. Nothing more to say really.
Traveller from darwin
Mantra Pandanas - Darwin Hotels

Mantra Pandanas

43 Knuckey Street, Darwin - Map
"Good Hotel central to all "
A nice neat and clean hotel that is within a comfortable walking distance of almost all of Darwin. Rooms are of good size and very spacy.
A Traveller
Mantra Pandanas brings a new level of sophistication to the heart of Darwin. Combining sophisticated city chic with a …More
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront - Darwin Hotels

Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

7 Kitchener Drive, Darwin - Map
"Great location with a. Aridity of eating options"
Bedding could be improved and the walls were thin , I could hear next room conversation particularly in the hallway. But the hotel was very comfortable and very helpful and friendly staff will be apart of my recall of the Darwin waterfront vibe hotel. I would come back with my family to stay again.
Traveller from Alice Springs
Alatai Holiday Apartments - Darwin Hotels

Alatai Holiday Apartments

7, Finniss St, Darwin - Map
Room basic and adequate comparative to its vintage, access to lovely pool outside our room. Reception staff very helpful and friendly.
Traveller from victoria

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    Hotels In Darwin City Centre

    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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    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.