Cheap Hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

Holiday Inn Express Newcastle City Centre Hotel

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1500 reviews by TrustYou
Waterloo Square
0.7 Miles from the centre

A modern city-centre hotel five minutes from Newcastle Station, with free Wi-Fi and breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Newcastle City Centre hotel is 10 minutes' drive from the A1(M), and a five-minute walk from Newcastle Station. Most city-centre attractions are within walking distance or a quick Metro ride away. You can park for free overnight in the car park next door to the hotel. Newcastle International Airport (NCL) is 15 minutes' drive away. Check out the bars and clubs of the Bigg Market or the Diamond Strip. A short stroll gets you to the huge Intu Eldon Square shopping centre or a concert at the O2 Academy, and you can brush up on local history and science at the free Discovery Museum, right across the road from the hotel. If you're here on business, you can host a meeting for up to 30 people in the hotel's two naturally lit conference rooms. Free Wi-Fi and projectors help make sure your briefings hit home. Newcastle Business Park, just over a mile away, is home to many prominent local companies. Guests can help themselves every day from the hotel's inclusive Express Start Breakfast buffet. Friendly staff can recommend local restaurants that let you add your meal to the hotel bill. After work or play, you can relax over a pint in the lounge bar.

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per night from £43
(price for Sun, 23 Jul)

Jurys Inn Newcastle Hotel

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4044 reviews by TrustYou
Scotswood Road St James Gate
0.9 Miles from the centre

The smart, 3-star Jurys Inn Newcastle is only a short walk from Newcastle Rail Station, the Gate shopping centres and Newcastle’s vibrant nightlife. The hotel offers an onsite restaurant with a seasonal menu, a bar, and there’s free wifi throughout. Every room is fitted with a flat-screen TV, free wifi, and an en-suite bathroom with free toiletries.

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per night from £52
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Vermont Hotel

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2642 reviews by TrustYou
Castle Garth
0.6 Miles from the centre

The grand, 4-star Vermont Hotel overlooks Newcastle Cathedral and is situated just two minutes from Newcastle's Central Station. Its elegant interior combines 1930s grandeur with contemporary elegance and features a 24-hour reception, a gym, the relaxing Redwood Bar, the Sky Lounge with panoramic views of the city, the Bridge Brasserie, and Bar Livello. The stylish rooms include TVs, minibars, work desks, and tea and coffee making facilities.

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per night from £53
(price for Sun, 07 May)

Holiday Inn Newcastle - Gosforth Park Hotel

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1143 reviews by TrustYou
Great North Road Seaton Burn
6.2 Miles from the centre

A modern Newcastle hotel in quiet grounds just outside the city with a newly refurbished leisure club and bedroomsHoliday Inn® Newcastle - Gosforth Park hotel sits in a peaceful setting close to the junction of the A1 and A19 roads. It's less than 15 minutes' drive from Newcastle International Airport (NCL) and a 20-minute drive to central Newcastle's shops and attractions. Direct trains run to Newcastle from Cramlington Station, 7 minutes away by car.Business guests are within 15 minutes drive of Nelson Industrial Estate, Apex Business Village, Quorum Business Park and Cobalt Business Park. The hotel's 11 meeting rooms hold up to 400 people. There's free WiFi throughout the hotel. Enjoy Newcastle's nightlife, watch the football at St. James' Park or catch the races at Newcastle Racecourse, all an easy distance from the hotel. Alnwick Castle, where the first two "Harry Potter" movies were filmed is 30 minutes away by car. Enjoy a walk in the sprawling grounds, clock a few laps in the leisure club's indoor pool or wind down in the sauna, steam room and spa bath. Linger with a coffee or snack in the comfortable Mercury Bar, or sip a cool beer on the patio. The Blagdon Brasserie serves an English and continental buffet breakfast and bistro meals. In this family-friendly Newcastle hotel, kids stay and eat free.

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per night from £56
(price for Mon, 29 May)

Copthorne Newcastle Hotel

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2394 reviews by TrustYou
The Close Quayside
0.8 Miles from the centre

The grand, 4-star Copthorne Newcastle is in the centre of the city overlooking the River Tyne. Within walking distance you'll find of the Castle, St. Nicholas' Cathedral, and Newcastle Central. The hotel offers guests access to the well-equipped gym, and riverside dining and Quay 7 Bar and Restaurant. The hotel’s classic rooms provide a TV with satellite channels, a hot drinks station, and private bathrooms. Wi-fi access is available for an additional fee.

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per night from £63
(price for Sun, 14 May)

Hotel Indigo Newcastle Hotel

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2485 reviews by TrustYou
2- 8 Fenkle Street
0.5 Miles from the centre

The Hotel Indigo® Newcastle hotel is inspired by Grainger Town, and our design and decor celebrate its culture and the area’s neoclassical architecture. Glass and iron columns in our lobby emulate local Tyneside styles with a modern twist, and artwork in our guest rooms depicts our history. Relax in Grainger Lounge with craft ale brewed specially for the hotel before a meal in our locally inspired restaurant, where guests and locals alike enjoy cuisine and live music. We’re near the railway station, Grainger Market, and Sage Gateshead Arts Centre, and our team is passionate about sharing the best of our neighborhood’s nightlife, theatre and art scene.

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per night from £70
(price for Sun, 16 Jul)

Hilton Newcastle Gateshead Hotel

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2975 reviews by TrustYou
Bottle Bank Gateshead
0.8 Miles from the centre

With striking views of the River Tyne and its landmark bridges, the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead Hotel boasts an excellent location on the Gateshead Quays, walking distance from the city center, Sage Gateshead and Metro Arena.Unwind in a modern guest room with internet access and a stylish granite bathroom. Upgrade to the Executive floor for access to a private lounge with complimentary refreshments and panoramic windows overlooking beautiful Newcastle and Gateshead. Swim laps in the 15-meter heated indoor swimming pool or re-energize at the fitness center, equipped with cardio machines and weights. Treat yourself to a manicure, facial, or massage in the Ocean Rooms Spa or relax in the sauna. Windows on the Tyne is a popular restaurant and lounge at this Gateshead hotel, serving a wide selection of drinks and cuisine, with the Tyne Bridge in the backdrop.Check emails and keep up to date in the Business Center. Hold meetings in the 10 hotel meeting rooms, or host a conference or other large event in the Gateshead Suite, which seats 500 guests.

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per night from £77
(price for Sun, 14 May)

Crowne Plaza Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter Hotel

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1980 reviews by TrustYou
Hawthorn Square, Forth Street
0.7 Miles from the centre

A stylish hotel near Newcastle city centre, with meeting facilities, free Wi-Fi and a fitness centre with a swimming pool Crowne Plaza® Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter hotel is conveniently located behind Newcastle railway station in the city centre. It's just 15 minutes' drive from Newcastle Airport (NCL), and two miles from Gateshead train station. The bars, restaurants Newcastle are a five-minute walk from the hotel. Newcastle United fans are a 15-minute walk from games at St. James' Park, and families are just around the corner from interactive exhibits at the Life Science Centre. Business guests can stay completely connected with complimentary Wi-Fi and a 24-hour business centre. You can hold an event for up to 400 in one of our nine modern meeting rooms; our Crowne Plaza Meetings Director will take care of all the details. Guests are less than a mile from conferences at Sage Gateshead, while Newcastle and Northumbria universities are approximately two miles away. Work off a day of meetings in the Mineral House Gymnasium, with a steam room, spa and indoor pool. Spoil yourself with a massage and cap the night off with cocktails in our stylish Gin Bar. Guests can use the Stephenson Quarters public car park adjacent to the hotel, charges will apply. Enjoy locally sourced modern British cuisine in our smart Hawthorns restaurant.

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per night from £77
(price for Mon, 29 May)

Hotel Du Vin Newcastle Hotel

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596 reviews by TrustYou
Allan House City Road
0.9 Miles from the centre

Sitting on the banks of the River Tyne, near the vibrant Quayside, the 4-star Hotel du Vin Newcastle is a contemporary hotel housed within a beautiful Edwardian building. The on-site Bubble bar has an excellent selection of wines and whiskies, the Cigar Shack is a sophisticated, relaxing spot and you can enjoy seasonal, French-inspired cuisine in the Bistro. The Hotel du Vin Newcastle’s rooms are all furnished with Egyptian linens, plasma TVs and private bathrooms with tubs and monsoon showers.

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per night from £84
(price for Mon, 01 May)

Malmaison Newcastle Hotel

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2517 reviews by TrustYou
Newcastle Quayside
0.7 Miles from the centre

In the heart of Quayside, overlooking the river and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, is the smart 3-star Malmaison Newcastle. The boutique interior is home to the hotel's Brasserie, serving modern European cuisine, and the Malbar, which offers an extensive wine list. Tade advantage of the fully-equipped gym the pampering treatment rooms on-site. The hotel's rooms provide complimentary wi-fi, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer.

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per night from £85
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Newcastle Gateshead Marriott Hotel Metrocentre Hotel

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1307 reviews by TrustYou
Metrocentre
3 Miles from the centre

Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Gateshead? This hotel has 5640 square feet (524 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.

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per night from £89
(price for Tue, 09 May)

Hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

The heart of the north-east, the riverside city of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne has a proud industrial heritage, and a reputation for providing a warm welcome. In recent years the city has also emerged as one of the country’s leading cultural destinations, and the choice of hotels in Newcastle reflects the area’s diversity, with historic, boutique and contemporary accommodations all available.

Belta Bars

A lot more than just the “Geordie Shore”;with a stay in one of the many cheap hotels in Newcastle you’ll have the freedom to explore the city’s exciting nightlife. There are a number of buzzing, VIP clubs in the city, including the exclusive Tup Tup Palace, and fun Florita’s Miami Bar, which has an attractive tropical garden. If you’re after something a bit more traditional, the city also has many old pubs that are worth a look, and the real ales at the Crown Posada are particularly recommended.

A day at the races

Newcastle United are a long-term Premier League fixture, with their home-ground St James’ Park dating back to 1892. A number of Newcastle hotels can be found near the ground, so it’s easy to immerse yourself in the excitement of match day. But if that’s not your speed, have a flutter and check out the fashion at Newcastle Racecourse.  

Spend, spend, spend!  

The Metro Centre, Britain’s largest shopping and leisure complex, can be found just outside the city. With more than 340 shops, you can spend a whole day browsing through the likes of H&M, House of Fraser, and Debenhams, as well as more exclusive stores like Karen Millen and Apple, before putting your feet up in your cheap Newcastle hotel room.

Dining out

Blackfriars, housed in a 13th century monastery, could be Britain’s oldest restaurant, and local food traditions are continued and updated in the award-winning Jesmond Dene House. The city is also known for its Italian cuisine, with a choice ranging from Sapori’s simple but deliciously authentic food to the grand surroundings of Portofino’s.   

Old meets new

Lying just across the river, the town of Gateshead has made a real name for itself in recent years for its art and architecture, with perhaps its most well-known sight being Anthony Gormley’s Angel of the North, which has greeted visitors since 1998. Since then, the area has become a buzzing cultural destination, with the unveiling of the striking Sage concert hall, and the BALTIC Centre, which brings contemporary art to an iconic space from the area’s industrial past.

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