Top hotels in Gateshead
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.
300 metres from Gateshead Millennium Bridge and the Baltic Art Centre, this modern hotel has a stylish restaurant, bar, gym, free Wi-Fi throughout and 24-hour business centre. Contemporary, wooden-floored rooms include Freeview flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer, and an en suite bathroom with power shower. Within a 10-minute walk Quayside’s bars and restaurants are located, whilst Gateshead Metro Station and Newcastle city centre are accessible within a 15-20 minute walk.
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Hotels in Gateshead
Sitting on the southern bank of the River Tyne, Gateshead is sometimes considered a part of Newcastle, but stands alone as a vibrant destination.
The town is linked to Newcastle by seven bridges across the river, including the landmark Millennium Bridge, which tilts through 40 degrees to allow boats to pass underneath. Another famous landmark is Antony Gormley's 20-metre-high Angel of the North sculpture.
Book one of our Gateshead hotels and explore an exciting town where you'll never run out of things to do.
Gateshead's most famous shopping destination is the Intu Metrocentre, one of the largest shopping centres in the UK. It has more than 340 shops and restaurants, including chain stores, individual boutiques and department stores Marks and Spencer, Debenhams and House of Fraser. There are more retailers at the Intu Metrocentre Retail Park next door. The centre also has an IMAX cinema, a play area, a bowling alley and a soft play centre.
There's a further vast array of shops in Newcastle city centre, including the huge Eldon Square mall, the High Bridge Quarter of independent retailers, and a five-floor branch of Fenwick.
Housed in a converted flour mill, the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art hosts exhibitions of all types of art, including painting, sculpture, installations, film and more. Guided tours are available for those who want to learn more about modern art, as well as creative workshops and children's activities. There's also a rooftop restaurant, a bar and a viewing area with panoramic views of the city.
The Sage Gateshead music venue hosts concerts and performances of all different types of music, including classical, jazz, world, folk, pop and brass band music, opera and dance performances. There are also talks, activities and workshops, and tours of the building are available.
Saltwell Park is a beautiful Victorian park with ornamental gardens, woodland, a boating lake, play areas, a maze, sports facilities, bowling greens and an animal house. More than two million visitors come each year to visit the park and the Saltwell Towers, a Gothic mansion designed by the stained-glass-maker William Wailes. The towers are now the visitor centre, with art exhibits, information about the history of the park and a tearoom.
A short drive from Gateshead, but unmissable, is Beamish Museum, a recreation of a mining village at the start of the 20th century. With miners' cottages, shops, a train station, a pub, a bakery, a dentist's surgery, a manor house and more to explore, you can spend all day here. You can go down a mine, ride on a tram, meet the animals at Home Farm and buy old-fashioned confectionery in the sweet shop.
Eating and drinking
The Schooner is a family-run free house where you can enjoy home-cooked food, real ales, cask ciders, live music most weekends and a weekly quiz. A short drive out of town is the popular La Taverna, a Mediterranean and tapas restaurant with a terrace. Eslington Villa, a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, serves British classics and interesting desserts, and you can eat in the dining room or the conservatory. For a light lunch, head to the Arch Sixteen Café or The Lounge, which is worth a visit just to look at the cakes.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Gateshead
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Gateshead?The best hotels to stay in Gateshead are Hilton Newcastle Gateshead, Jurys Inn Newcastle Quayside and Ramada Encore by Wyndham Newcastle-Gateshead.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Gateshead?Ramada Encore by Wyndham Newcastle-Gateshead in Gateshead offers one night in a double room at the price of £33.
What are the best hotels in Gateshead near the center?Hotel Express Newcastle Gateshead, Hype Apartments - Fairway Court and Hilton Newcastle Gateshead are located in the central neighborhood of Gateshead.
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