I stay here because I travel from Katherine to Adelaide several times a year, and plane and bus timetables require I stay overnight in Darwin.
My room was excellent for what I wanted. Clean sheets, instant hot water and great water pressure in the shower. Luma Luma is, I think, 20 plus years old and I reckon my room was recently revamped. I arrived at 9.45 pm and being 5 to 10 minutes walk from Mitchell Street, dinner was easily found.
The reception staff are very obliging - wake up call and a cab arranged to get me to the airport for a 6.15 am flight. This extra service with a smile and no extra cost.
I will definitely stay again. In fact, compared with the waterfront and Esplanade hotels - well it doesn't have the views, but otherwise it is as good as any of those.
Traveller from Adelaide
Located in Darwin City Centre, this apartment is within a 5-minute walk of Chung Wah Temple and Smith Street Mall. Maningrida …More
Good location at waterfront. Room good size. Air conditioning didn't work well. A couple of times default managed by a control centre overrided our selection so room hot and stuffy. Happened at midnight and maintenance person had to enter room and reset aircon. Reception offered to relocate us at that time but not a realistic option.
Located in Warf Precinct, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Fort Hill Wharf, Darwin Deckchair Cinema, and WWII Oil …More
We arrived in the wet season for weekend business, it was very quiet and we basically had the whole buffet breakfast to ourselves!, Staff we great and the hotel was close to everything, it's no Hilton but it was clean and had everything we needed at an affordable price.
Traveller from Melbourne
Located in Darwin City Centre, this hotel is steps from Smith Street Mall and Maningrida Arts & Culture. Lyons Cottage and …More
Pocket Guide: Warf Precinct Darwin City Centre Hotels
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.