Rydges Darwin Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRydges Darwin Airport Hotel Marrara
Checking was easy, reasonable fast but the room was a 2 bedroom apartment inclusive of its own washing machine and tumble dryer, full size fridge and microwave. Bathroom spacious with compementry shampoo ect. We never used the pool as we used the one across the road in the resort where our friends were staying.
I would definately recommend this hotel to others absolutely perfect for Darwin.
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... we obtained some info on where to visit. The roads mostly empty and we are nearing the end of the tourist season which has advantages but it is hot, up to 37C the thermometer says. The woodland is less dense than I expected, in places there are low hills with weathered granite type outcrops. I would describe it as beautiful but not pretty. Found a good campsite, Kakadu Lodge, with power to run the aircon, a ...
... not been an issue to date, just the odd bomber or two (you have to expect that because this place is just loaded with old unused (cept for the mozzies) ww11 airstrips).
We plodded along through the shops, I had said to dad earlier as he fl,fl,fl, fluffed that we needed to get into town asap. Well I can tell you even though I knew exactly where to go, the time was just stolen from us. Next thing we knew we really should have been on the move back to the car. Off we trotted while ...
... several smaller shallower areas and play areas for the kids. 2 - 6pm they open up the 3 waterslides, just fantastic fun and very clean. Patrolled by life guards in all areas and there is a kiosk as well. Thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon outing to the water ...
... and they got to feed the crocodiles by hanging a fishing line with a piece of meat over a Perspex wall above a pool full of juvenile crocodiles. One of the crocodiles then jumps up and grabs the piece of meat. The hooks do not pierce the crocodiles mouth and come free pretty easily, but it is pretty exciting when it happens. Narelle lined up and had a go when the others had finished. We left Crocosaurus Cove after ...
... beside him too. Mitchell, Cambell and myself went back to the main pool for a swim. After a while Harrison and Ray rejoined us. We decided to walk to the lower pool for a swim. Whilst we were swimming there, we got talking to a family who comes from Mitcham, Victoria and is doing the same trip as we're doing. Their names are Nicole and Richard with two sons, Jordan (15) and Callum (11). When we said that we were from Gisborne, Nicole said that ...