Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel
The Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is one of the world’s most distinctive hotels.
The Indigenous owned four-star accommodation is uniquely shaped to represent Kakadu’s most famous inhabitant, the saltwater crocodile.
The Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is located in the township of Jabiru and is ideally located for visitors to explore many of Kakadu’s most significant natural attractions such as Ubirr, Nourlangie, Cahills Crossing and the Mamukala Wetlands.
The ‘heart’ of the Crocodile is a cooling swimming pool, the perfect oasis for relaxing in between discovery tours around Kakadu. Tours and activities associated with the hotel include Kakadu Tourism Adventure Tours, Yellow Water Cruises and the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
You can enjoy Kakadu bush tucker and international dining at the Escarpment restaurant and bar. Full business facilities and meeting rooms are available, along with broadband internet and flat screen TVs in guest rooms. Computers and wi-fi are available for guests in the public areas.
A collection of Indigenous art including paintings and didgeridoos is located in the on-site gallery and are displayed on the lobby and interior walls. A selection is available for purchase.
Maximum group size
Awards and qualifications
2016 Brolga Award Winner - Winner Unique Accommodation
tripadvisor – #1
Eco Certified EcoTourism
2012 Winner – Australian Tourism Awards