Bluewater Escape is a 1 Bedroom Executive furnished apartments with balcony of the 17th Floor of the Mantra Pandanus Building. Located in one of the tallest buildings in Darwin. What more could you want.!!
Superbly appointed with modern contemporary decor. Complete with separate Queen size bedroom, kitchen (convection oven only), laundry, Wide Screen TV plus free wifi internet.
Perfect for the business traveller, someone relocating to the NT or looking for somewhere smart and comfortable away from home. Centrally located only a few minutes from the Darwin Mall, Woolworths and less than 10 minutes walk to the Darwin Waterfront and Convention Centre, this apartment is an ideal choice in Darwin CBD.
There are excellent facilities within the building such as a resort style pool, gym and a popular restaurant. Secure off street, undercover parking is also available by arrangement.
This apartment sleeps 2 persons comfortably in a Queen Bed and a 3rd person on request in the Sofa bed for $40/n
MASTER: 1 Queen Bed
LOUNGE: Sofa Bed
Fully ducted airconditioning with separate temperature controls for each room
Fully equipped kitchen inc. small stove, microwave and Laundry
Hotel quality linen (quality 100% cotton) and towels (pool towels included)
Widescreen LCD TV, DVD player, Foxtel
Lift access from the carpark directly to your apartment
Fully non-smoking property
24 hour self check-in and check-out facilities
Free use of WiFi
Free welcome breakfast package
TOP END SHORT STAYS - your Darwin Holiday Accommodation specialists...
These properties form part of the Top End Short Stays portfolio of executive properties in the Northern Territory - focused on providing top notch, quality CBD properties, with great locations, quality bedding, free internet and car use just to name a few.
Please contact enquire about our other Waterfront 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments on offer.
CORPORATE / EXECUTIVE CLIENTS - SPECIAL RATES FOR LONG OR CORPORATE BOOKINGS - enquire as to a discount
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