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Darwin Airport Resort, Darwin

Situated in beautifully landscaped grounds, the Darwin Airport Resort features indoor and outdoor dining and lounge areas adjacent to the swimming pool, with water features and a poolside bar, and offer complimentary airport transfers. Business travellers are also well catered for with on site conference, meeting and function rooms.

With its close proximity to the airport, the city and many attractions, Darwin Airport Resort is a perfect choice when visiting Darwin.

Accommodation Options

Business Suite

There are 72 Business Suites which contain a combination of either a queen size bed, or a queen size and a single bed.

Family Suite

There are 12 Family Suites each with a large floorplan, and supplied with a king size and two single beds.

Executive Bungalow

There are 13 Executive Bungalows which have a queen size bed, and your own private verandah overlooking the pool or the Rapid Creek wetlands.

Resort Suites

There are 16 Resort Suites which consist of a queen size bed in the bedroom, a separate lounge room with a sofa bed, and a spa bath in the bathroom.


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