Set next to Darwin Entertainment Centre and overlooking the Esplanade, the welcoming DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Esplanade Darwin is only a 15 minute drive from Darwin International Airport and offers easy access to Stuart Highway. The hotel is within walking distance of the city center, many major businesses and government offices and historic attractions like the War Memorial and Parliament House. This Darwin hotel is perfect for both business and leisure guests, offering excellent business and recreation facilities, beautiful ocean views and a dedicated team of friendly staff. We will even greet you with our delicious fresh-baked cookie upon arrival.
All of the comfortable guest rooms at this Darwin Esplanade hotel feature modern amenities, including spacious work areas and high-speed internet access. Upgrade to a suite for stunning harbor views and a separate living area. Studio lofts are also available. Host a successful event at this Darwin hotel with six flexible meeting spaces, including a grand ballroom, all with the latest A/V equipment. Cool down with a dip in the impressive outdoor swimming pool – the largest in Darwin. Dine al fresco on the sun-soaked terrace of our poolside restaurant and bar, Aqua, where you can enjoy dishes prepared with Mediterranean and Territory influences.
- Centrally located on Darwin Esplanade, with beautiful harbor views
- Within walking distance to the city center and many popular Darwin attractions
- 15 minute drive from Darwin International Airport with easy access to Stuart Highway
- The largest outdoor swimming pool in Darwin
- 6 meeting spaces, including a grand ballroom and a complimentary business center
What to do around here
Take the kids on an exciting urban wildlife experience at Crocosaurus Cove, home to some of the biggest saltwater crocodiles in Australia or buy handmade souvenirs and try food from over five continents at the vibrant Mindil Beach Sunset Market. Experience the bustling restaurants, bars and nightlife of Mitchell Street – a popular hub for travelers and backpackers or rent a canoe and discover the natural wonder of Katherine Gorge.
Pack a picnic to enjoy in leafy Bicentennial Park, watch an evening movie in the unique outdoor setting of the Deckchair Cinema or visit the World War II Oil Storage Tunnels – enormous, hand dug tunnels that were converted from storage areas into a fascinating museum. Visit beautiful Litchfield National Park, with its cascading tropical waterfalls, swimming holes, historical sites and magnetic termite mounds, or spend a sunny afternoon exploring Wharf Precinct, the ideal place to relax with friends and enjoy fresh seafood and delicious Australian wines.