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Top 3 family-friendly city hotels in Darwin

With Australia’s cities the quietest they’ve ever been, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, hotels have introduced some great initiatives to entice guests back. Here are some of the best family-friendly places to stay in Darwin

1. TRAVELODGE RESORT DARWIN

This recently renovated hotel is close to major city attractions, including the Waterfront and Bicentennial Park. As well as two pools, it offers great value accommodation, with the option of staying in a hotel room or a self-contained townhouse.

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2. OAKS DARWIN ELAN HOTEL

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The pool at Oaks Elan Darwin Hotel

Just minutes from the Darwin Waterfront Precinct and Smith Street Mall, Oaks Darwin Elan Hotel offers spacious hotel rooms and self-contained one- and two-bedroom apartments, fully equipped with all the essential comforts of home, as well as private balconies offering uninterrupted views over the city, Darwin Harbour and Frances Bay. It also has a pool, gym and onsite restaurant with a kids’ menu.

oakshotels.com/en/oaks-elan-darwin

3. ADINA APARTMENT HOTEL DARWIN WATERFRONT

Just a few metres from the beautiful Stokes Hill Wharf, restaurants and Mindil Beach, this serviced apartment hotel allows you to easily explore all that Darwin has to offer. All apartments and studio rooms are equipped with the comforts of home, including a kitchen, laundry and living area, and you’ll also have benefits to an outdoor pool, 24-hour reception and fitness centre.

adinahotels.com/en/apartments/darwin-waterfront

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