The hotel was well positioned with the bars being in the street behind the hotel. Hotel location is suited to people who are after night life. Those with children or prefer a quiet drink would be better off near the Adina appartments where the wave pool and restaurants are. Stayed in the 1 bedroom apartment which was well equiped. Lounge was old and worn. Looks like it needs to be replaced. View to harbour was excellent. Balcony fits 2 chairs which awkwardly is right next to the appartments next door. Not so good if they are out there smoking. Overall was a nice place that needs a new lounge.
Traveller from Bris
Located in Darwin City Centre, this luxury aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin Entertainment …More
Good hotel, good swimming pool, very helpful staff. Easy to reach harbour front attraction and shopping centres. Car parking is available on street rather than pay the hotel to park your car, note times and charges.
Traveller from Bristol
Located in Darwin City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Parliament House, Smith Street Mall, and …More
Lovely hotel within walking distance of everything in the downtown area with an attached restaurant. Had the good fortune to be there over 100th anniversary of ANZAC celebrations which was very interesting and educational.
Traveller from York, PA
Located in Darwin City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Aquascene, Darwin Entertainment Centre, and …More
Very enjoyable stay. All the staff were very friendly and helpful and fixed anything immediately (eg rollaway bed was not initially in room as requested, but soon arrived). Pool area is beautiful for relaxing, full breakfast was excellent and room service meal was prompt and delicious.
Will definitely stay again if returning to Darwin.
Traveller from Brisbane
Located in Darwin City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Crocosaurus Cove, Aquascene, and Darwin Entertainment …More
The original settlement of the city of Darwin, Darwin City Centre, also referred to as the Central Business District (CBD), hosts some of the most important government, commercial, and cultural landmarks. Not to be missed is Parliament and the Supreme Court, the festivals in Bicentennial Park, Darwin Crocodile Park, and Mitchell Street, a popular entertainment area with outdoor dining.