Top hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne
Contemporary hotel approx. 10-minute walk to popular bars, restaurants, theatres and attractions. Stylish rooms with flat – screen and modern furnishings. The hotel is offering stylish restaurant perfect for meeting friends and relaxing.
Close to the river Tyne, this modern 4-star city centre hotel is within walking distance of many of Newcastle's most popular attractions, landmarks, shops, bars and restaurants that are located near city centre. In the hotel you'll find a well-equipped fitness centre, a trendy bar and a riverside restaurant, serving both traditional and contemporary cuisines. At the end of the day curl up in comfort in your comfortable bedroom, fitted with satellite TV, air conditioning and a private bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
This stunning 4-star boutique hotel is found in Newcastle's city centre in the historic Grainger Town area, known for its beautiful Georgian architecture. The hotel's recently refurbished interior and bedrooms are designed in an elegant and luxurious style. All bedrooms feature air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms with showers and complimentary toiletries, flat screen TVs, hairdryers, iron and ironing board, tea/coffee making facilities, bottled water, laptop safe, a work desk and free wifi access.
Enjoy some traditional Geordie hospitality at this 3-star hotel on Newcastle’s Quayside, found within a beautiful Grade II listed building, a short walk from the city centre and The Sage. During your stay you can treat yourself to a full English or continental breakfast, and enjoy a drink in the buzzing lounge bar. Every room in the hotel is furnished in a modern style, and has a flat-screen TV, free wi-fi and a private bathroom.
Combining classic and contemporary style, this 4-star hotel sits in the lively quayside area of Newcastle, within walking distance of the city centre. Treat yourself to a rejuvenating treatment in the hotel's spa, and tasty twists on traditional European cuisine in the restaurant. Or just relax in your elegant en suite room, which has a flat-screen TV, free wifi access, a minibar and a selection of tempting signature toiletries.
Cheap Hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne
Make yourself at home in one of the 104 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.
The 3-star Waterside Hotel on Newcastle’s famous and historic Quayside is set in a glamorous Grade II listed building, just a short walk from the city centre. The hotel has special deals with some of the city’s nightclubs and the immediate area has a selection of great restaurants and bars. Clean and cosy rooms are fitted with cable TV and have complimentary wi-fi access.
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a television in a common area, and a reception hall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 18 air-conditioned guestrooms.
The Grand Hotel Gosforth Park is located within 12 acres of parkland next to Newcastle Racecourse, just 10 minutes’ drive from the City Centre and a 15 minute drive from the vibrant Quays area by the River Tyne. The hotel has an onsite bar and restaurant plus a modern leisure club, which features a heated indoor pool, spa bath, sauna and a gym.
A riverfront Newcastle hotel near the intu Metrocentre, with included breakfast and a barHoliday Inn Express® Newcastle - Metro Centre hotel is just off the A1 and offers free on-site parking.The shops, restaurants and IMAX cinema at the huge intu Metrocentre are just over a mile away. There are bus stops right outside the hotel and quick train links to central Newcastle from nearby Metrocentre station. Guests staying on business will have easy access to Newcastle Business Park, and the hotel offers 2 naturally lit meeting rooms for up to 30 people. A 20-minute drive from the hotel, the open-air Beamish Museum recreates daily life in the early 1900s through period buildings and costumed staff. The Angel of the North, a breathtaking modern sculpture, is around 15 minutes by car from the hotel, as are the city's medieval castle, the lively Quayside entertainment area and the iconic Tyne Bridge.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi- Complimentary parking- All Day DiningSet yourself up for the day with the included Express Start™ Breakfast buffet, featuring a choice of hot and continental items. The light-filled lounge bar is the place to get a refreshing drink after work or plan a tour of the city over coffee. Up-to-the-minute Next Generation rooms have blackout curtains and pillow menus for total comfort.
Check in and relax at family-friendly Novotel Newcastle Airport hotel, just 12 minutes drive to the city centre and 5 minutes from the Airport. Breakfast - from the hot buffet in the airy restaurant or on the terrace overlooking the leafy garden - gets your day off to a sunny start. The indoor pool and sauna are the perfect spots to re-energise at Novotel. On-site payable parking.
The 3-star Sleeperz Hotel was recently built in the heart of Newcastle, not far from the vibrant city centre. The hotel is home to a number of dining options, include a café, restaurant and a bar and lounge. The bright, modern, floor-to-ceiling windowed rooms offer complimentary wi-fi, a 32” flat-screen TV, a private bathroom, and a tea and coffee making facilities within.
Feel welcome the moment you arrive at Hampton by Hilton Newcastle. Set just opposite Newcastle Central Station in the heart of the city, this friendly Newcastle hotel is just a short walk from plenty of exciting shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities. The Metro Arena is just moments away and guests can enjoy easy access to attractions including the Sage Gateshead, St James' Park and Laing Art Gallery from our Newcastle hotel.Feel at home in a modern guest room, equipped with free WiFi, a large desk, a portable lap desk and an in-room safe. The bright and stylish bathroom features a large walk-in shower, and the comfy bed has a premium mattress, plush, crisp white duvet and soft pillows.Start your day right at this Newcastle hotel - there is a hot breakfast included when you stay. Relax with a tasty snack and a coffee or unwind with a glass of wine or a cold beer in the 24-hour bar/lounge area. Work out with the latest exercise equipment in the free 24-hour fitness room, and check emails and print documents in the 24-hour work zone.Friendly service, clean rooms, comfortable surroundings, every time. If you're not satisfied, we don't expect you to pay. That's our commitment and your guarantee. That's 100% Hampton by Hilton™:.
A smart Newcastle hotel close to the city centre and St James' Park, with free WiFi and an Italian restaurantHoliday Inn® Newcastle - Jesmond hotel sits on the edge of Newcastle city centre.Getting into town is easy, with buses and Jesmond Metro station a 2-minute walk from the hotel. You can walk to matches at St. James' Park stadium in 20 minutes, and Newcastle International Airport (NCL) is a 10-minute drive. Live music at Metro Radio Arena is within easy reach, as is the buzzing Quayside district. Established in 1884, The Great North Museum: Hancock is a museum of natural history and ancient civilisations just a short walk from the hotel. You can host successful events in six well-equipped meeting rooms, with a trained events team on hand to assist. We're close to the HMRC and DWP offices, plus Cobalt, Quorum and Balliol business parks. Newcastle and Northumbria Universities are nearby.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free on-site parking- 24-hour room service- Kids stay and eat freeHead to the airy Terrace Bar for a light lunch and a glass of wine. In the evening, grab a burger or sip a cocktail in the lively Zio Bar or go for a stone-baked pizza at Fratello's Italian Restaurant. You'll get a good night's rest in a comfortable room with a choice of pillows, and in the morning you can wake up to a full English breakfast.
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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.
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.
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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