Rydges Darwin Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... he could go back with fuel for the girls. Then we all completely coincidentally bumped into each other in the supermarket in Darwin G and M not the back packers. While we were driving to Darwin I had been reading the reviews for the Big 4 caravan park at Howard Springs and they were frightful. Thankfully it was not quite as bad as I had been expecting, but it is very busy, crowded and suburban, but we do have the luxury of an ensuite. The smoke here is ...
... the tourists in the Top End and you are inundated with information which is excellent. Grabbed all the brochures we could possible hold for our forthcoming trip into Darwin/Kakadu.
Found Katherine to be a beautiful city, we will be either staying here on the way home for either 1 or 2 nights depending on the drives and kilometres required to travel. We noticed that there appears to be an excellent work ethic in the ...
... had a lovely little sandy beach to ourselves and swam in the pool to a waterfall. After having lunch there we decided to return to the camp for the afternoon. I had another swim in the pool near the camp ground and swam out to the waterfall On Wednesday morning, we were up and away fairly early. We turned off the highway and drove through the quaint little town of Pine Creek for morning coffee Then we carried on, turning off the Stuart Highway again to ...
We awake to a slightly overcast day which soon became warm and sunny.
Mum had a good sleep in and after a fairly slow start to the day we set off to have a bit of a look around. We followed the waterfront for a while before heading in to Darwin proper and down into the waterfront precinct. By now it was a glorious bright springlike day so we went to Stokes Hill Wharf for morning tea/lunch. We sat there at one of the tables for ...
... Lorraine and I visited the Darwin Museum. I am still amazed at the displays in this museum, from the Cyclone Tracy exhibit to the crocodile Sweetheart, to the boat display. A trip to the Military Museum was quite a surprise, very different to what we remember from our last trip. A lot of changes and new displays, including several electronic displays. There is also a special room where you can experience the bombing of Darwin - not ...