Mandalay Luxury Stay


The feel is ‘High Raj’, the accommodation luxurious, the location priceless.
Mandalay offers a stylish self-contained retreat elevated on Darwin’s Esplanade, with the city’s attractions at rear and views of Darwin Harbour out front.
Relax by the pool or curl up on the couch with a book from the Mandalay library; listen to a CD or watch a DVD with a cold drink in hand. Pamper yourself with the selection of delightful Sanctum toiletries, sleep soundly in lavish beds then wake refreshed, ready to tackle a new Northern Territory adventure.
Kitchen facilities give you scope to create fine fare, but Darwin’s restaurant scene is only minutes away…

This two-story colonial cottage overlooking Darwin’s natural harbour and esplanade sets the standard for holiday homes in the area, and will have you reaching for your Panama Hat and gin and tonic in no time.

Australian Traveller

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Location: Darwin

Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory, a part of Australia that retains its sense of frontier.
The city is a tropical enclave both sophisticated and laid-back, prosperous and good-natured. It’s also a hub of great living with its cliffs, beaches and short-sleeve climate; its colourful history has contributed to tremendous cultural diversity, with more than 50 nationalities making up its 100,000 population, including the area’s traditional landowners, the Larrakia Aboriginal people. Its northerly ‘gateway’ location has led to distinct Asian influences and flavours.
Visitors enjoy its beaches (including amazing Mindil Beach markets), waterside dining, historic buildings and lively nightlife. It’s also the perfect base to explore the natural attractions of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks, the Tiwi Islands and Arnhem Land.

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Activities offered by the property

The property has a small in-ground pool.

Situated on Darwin’s Esplanade, the Mandalay encompasses sweeping views of the picturesque Darwin Harbour. Mandalay offers its guests the opportunity to take a brief stroll to gourmet restaurants and café’s, city shopping and tropical nightlife.

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Seasonal considerations

The top end of Australia has two distinct seasons: ‘The Wet’, from November to March is when the summer rains prevail and the humidity increases; ‘The Dry’ season, from May to October, has warm sunny days and cool nights and is the peak season for visitors.

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The property is self-catering with a large kitchen, a BBQ and impressive range of appliances and cooking implements.

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Suitable/best for

Small Groups

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Individual room description

All bedrooms open onto the expansive balcony where you can enjoy the magnificent view overlooking Darwin Harbour.
The main bedroom features Kim Snow Box king size bed and a collection of Asian antiques. This luxury room has an ensuite with bathtub, walk-in wardrobe, clock CD/radio, plasma TV and DVD player.
The second bedroom has two single beds which can be attached to form a king bed, with clock/CD radio, plasma TV, DVD player and Asian antiques.
The third bedroom has a Kim Snow Box king size bed and side tables, clock CD/radio, plasma TV and DVD player.
The second and third bedrooms share a bathroom which is directly opposite both rooms.
All bedrooms and bathrooms feature quality linen and towelling (including pool towels). Bathrobes and slippers are provided for all our guests.

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Nearest major City/Town
City – Darwin

Air Access
Scheduled or jet flight to Darwin Airport. Vehicle transfer takes approximately 15 minutes from Darwin Airport.

Road Access
The Mandalay Luxury Stay is located 15 minutes transfer by vehicle from the Darwin Airport.

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Special Events

Darwin Cup
V8 Supercar weekends

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