You’re sure to get a good night’s sleep at both Mercure Darwin Airport Resort and Novotel Darwin Airport, which are adjacent to the airport. Both hotels offer similar perks: you can hit the pool, grab a drink at the bar, or enjoy a meal at the on-site restaurants so you don’t board your flight hungry. When it’s time to go, both hotels offer free 24-hour shuttles to the terminal so you don’t have to haul your luggage from one end of the airport to the other.
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront has two pools, each with its own bar. When you get hungry, visit the on-site restaurant or just order 24-hour room service. When you want to explore, you’re in the perfect location, right in the CBD, about a 15-minute walk from the Esplanade. And of course, don’t forget to book an Aqua View room to wake up to the best views in town.
Your flight will land at Darwin International Airport (DRW), 13km from the city centre. You can take a taxi, shuttle or book car hire to reach any of the hotels in Darwin.
There are all sorts of places to stay in Darwin. Seriously, there are boutique hotels, luxury resorts with more stars than the universe and even places that look like your apartment back home. Here’s a short list of some of our favourites.
The capital city of the Northern Territory is full of quaint little neighbourhoods. Larrakeyah’s parks are great for picnics. Stuart Park has an unbelievable fish and chips joint. The Marina is home to whale watching tours and the downtown area has epic nightlife. And in those neighbourhoods, you’ll find plenty of Wotif’s Darwin accommodation options. Don’t believe us? Follow along below.
From trekking through the rainforest to swimming in the ocean and wandering through museums, there’s no shortage of activities to keep you busy during your stay.
Hey, we’ve done our part, so now it’s time for you to do yours. All that means is booking one of Wotif’s Darwin holiday packages, leaving immediately and staying as long as you want.
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Hotels in Darwin start at AU$104 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.