- Free Wi-Fi
- Free parking
- Room service
- Mini bar
- Private beach
- Swimming pools
Overview – SKYCITY Darwin
Darwin’s premier hotel, SKYCITY Darwin is located within the city’s biggest entertainment complex, which is nestled amid tropical beachside gardens.
Just minutes from the CBD, SKYCITY Darwin offers a wonderful place to stay when you’re visiting the Top End capital. Set upon 30 tranquil acres of garden and fringed by a stretch of idyllic private coastline, this boutique property has 152 contemporary hotel rooms and resort suites, some enjoying direct access to the award-winning infinity-edge lagoon pool. Spend your time here taking relaxing walks by the sea, being pampered at the day spa or working out at the 24-hour fitness centre, which has an onsite masseuse. You could also swim laps in the 20 metre 3-lane pool, or rent a bicycle and explore the many trails that run along the beach.
When you’re hungry and ready for excitement, the adjoining SKYCITY Darwin complex has a multitude of restaurants and bars as well as a 24-hour casino. Grab a bite at The Vue, a contemporary bistro, buffet and bar overlooking the Arafura Sea, surrounded by the excitement of the gaming floor. Alternatively, savour authentic Italian fare at il Piatto, which serves up pizzas and pastas in a relaxed setting. Catch the cricket or watch football with a beer at ACES, or enjoy a refreshing cocktail at the poolside Terrace Bar.
SKYCITY Darwin is a short stroll from the famous open-air Mindil Beach Sunset Markets (open Thursdays and Sundays during the dry season only), which feature hundreds of stalls selling everything from fresh fruit and flame-grilled meats to handmade soaps and authentic Aboriginal art. There is also plenty of live entertainment from didgeridoo performances and indigenous drumming to fire-eating, before and after the sun sinks below the horizon. The property is also very close to stylish Cullen Bay Marina and the 9-hole Gardens Park public golf course.
For insight into Darwin’s history and the city’s role in World War II, cycle up to East Point, where the fascinating Darwin Military Museum is located. This spit of land is also home to Lake Alexander, a man-made saltwater swimming hole, and plenty of wallabies who come out to feed in the evening.
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Rooms – SKYCITY Darwin
There are various sleeping options at SKYCITY Darwin, but all are equally modern and well-equipped. Expect flat screen televisions, free Wi-Fi, iPod docks, in-house movies, pillow menu and minibars as standard amenities across all offerings, as well as full use of all resort facilities.
This stylish hotel room features a private balcony and ensuite bathroom with shower. Capacity: 2 persons
Superior Spa Room
This relaxing retreat has a Japanese-inspired spa bath and separate walk-in shower, as well as a private patio overlooking the manicured grounds or the ocean. Capacity: 2 persons
One Bedroom Suite
This spacious option boasts a separate living area. The bedroom contains a king bed, walk-in robe and private balcony while the deluxe marble ensuite bathroom is equipped with jetted tub and walk-in shower. The unit has two flat screen TVs. Capacity: 2 persons
Grand Suite 71m²
This extensive suite has a king bed in the bedroom and a luxe marble ensuite bathroom with a double spa tub and large shower. The unit’s private balconies overlook the stunning infinity pool. Capacity: 2 persons
Garden Grand Suite
This magnificent suite has full-length windows and a secluded patio where you can watch breathtaking sunsets. There is a TV in the ensuite marble bathroom, which contains a double spa tub and walk-in shower, as well as TVs in the bedroom and living area. Capacity: 2 persons
Facilities – SKYCITY Darwin
- 152 rooms and suites
- Infinity lagoon pool
- 20m lap pool
- Fitness centre
- Bicycle hire
- Private beach
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SKYCITY Darwin is 11km from Darwin International Airport, and located in a small inner-city suburb known as The Gardens, north-west of the CBD.
Kakadu National Park or any of the other wilderness areas the Top End is famous for. There are a range of excellent luxury camps and eco-lodges in reserves adjoining this world-renowned park, from the incomparable Bamurru Plains which lies in the Mary River wetlands to Cicada Lodge, a 100% indigenous-owned property in Nitmiluk National Park. Darwin also offers convenient connections to iconic Uluru.