Oaks Hotels and Resorts has opened its 52nd property, Oaks Elan Darwin, signalling the company’s debut in the Northern Territory and entrance into a sixth Australian state and territory.
Formerly Elan Soho Suites, Oaks Hotels and Resorts acquired the 319-room property in July in a deal worth AUD$57.1 million, reinforcing its commitment to expanding its Australian and international foothold in key city, resort and regional destinations.
Set in the heart of Darwin’s CBD, the 4.5 star property – which remains Darwin’s newest hotel development – comprises a selection of contemporary hotel rooms and self-contained one and two bedroom apartments overlooking Darwin’s sparkling harbour, Frances Bay and cosmopolitan city surrounds.
Apartments are spacious and tastefully appointed with modern appliances and timber accents, and feature kitchenettes, sleek bathrooms, full laundry facilities, work desks, WiFi access, Foxtel and on-demand movies. Rooms also boast private balconies where guests can enjoy glittering views of the city, harbour and beyond, year-round tropical breezes and Darwin’s famous sunsets.
Dining is made simple at Oaks Elan Darwin, with acclaimed onsite restaurant Seoul Food – located on ground floor – serving up a selection of Asian fusion dishes accompanied by an extensive wine list in a relaxed, modern setting for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
Other leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by lush foliage and sun loungers as well as a well-equipped gymnasium for those seeking active pursuits.
To meet the demand for conferencing, meetings and events in Darwin, Oaks Elan Darwin also offers a dedicated and capacious conferencing precinct on mezzanine level, presenting delegates with the choice of six separate, well-appointed spaces available in a range of configurations, from banquet to theatre and cocktail style and catering for up to 410 guests.
Oaks Elan Darwin is located 17 minutes from the Darwin International Airport and is within close proximity to a number of local attractions, including the Darwin Entertainment Centre, Esplanade and Waterfront Precinct, Bicentennial Park and the city’s dining, entertainment and shopping hub.