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Value Inn, Darwin

The Value Inn is located on Mitchell Street, Darwin and is within easy walking distance to restaurants, theatres and nightlife. The Value Inn offers free off-street parking, a lift to all floors, 24 hour reception and is a totally smoke free property.

Guests of the Value Inn have access to the facilities of its sister property, Melaleuca on Mitchell, situated next door. These facilities include two pools, waterfall spa, licensed bar,communal kitchen and dining area, internet cafe, luggage storage and a tour desk.

Accommodation Options

Standard Room

The Standard Rooms sleep up to three people with a queen size bed and a single bed. Rooms also feature a desk and chair.

Disabled Access Room

The disabled access rooms contain single beds and large bathrooms. The showers have fold down seats, and the light switches are conveniently located.


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