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Sleeperz Hotel Newcastle, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

Located in the very heart of the city, moments from the city centre railway station, Sleeperz Newcastle has countless iconic landmarks steps away from its doorstep.

The location n size of hotel
8.3
Scored 8.3
Very good
Rated very good
8,609 reviews
Price from£52per night
Royal Station Hotel- Part of the Cairn Collection, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

Enjoy everything Newcastle has to offer from this classic hotel in the city centre.

Staff were friendly and efficient. I got put into a quite room at the top of the hotel and had a good night's sleep.
7.4
Scored 7.4
Good
Rated good
10,903 reviews
Price from£72per night
Copthorne Hotel Newcastle, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

Overlooking the River Tyne, the Copthorne Hotel Newcastle is located less than a mile from Newcastle Train Station. It offers an on-site fitness room.

Hotel looks tired, rude staff, no room service, lift broken. Longer queues in bar
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very good
Rated very good
5,620 reviews
Price from£106.43per night
Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

Just 300 metres from the Gateshead Millennium Bridge and the Baltic Art Centre, this modern hotel has a stylish on-site restaurant, bar, gym, and free Wi-Fi throughout.

Staff were very rude, one european lady works day time, was very rude and aggressive
7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
4,640 reviews
Price from£47.20per night
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Newcastle International Airport, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

The DoubleTree by Hilton is a classic hotel, loved for years by visitors to Newcastle.

Welcoming modern entrance, bar etc friendly staff, easy to park then walk across to hotel with bags
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very good
Rated very good
4,437 reviews
Price from£96.18per night
Hilton Newcastle Gateshead, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

This 4-star hotel looks out over the River Tyne and the Quayside to Newcastle city centre. It has modern, air-conditioned rooms and a health club with gym and indoor pool.

Staff are so helpful and friendly, especially Martin the Concierge.
8.3
Scored 8.3
Very good
Rated very good
4,177 reviews
Price from£177.63per night
Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

The hotel is 300 metres from the terminal building at Newcastle Airport and a 15-minute Metro ride from Newcastle city centre. It has free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a cocktail bar.

Everything I stay here every time I have a holiday. And on the odd occasions I’ll bring my daughter for a little break from home to go watch the planes.
6.7
Scored 6.7
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
5,026 reviews
Price from£59per night
Great North Hotel, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

Situated in Newcastle upon Tyne, 6.8 km from Northumbria University, Great North Hotel features accommodation with a terrace, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar.

The hotel is close to road links and to public transport in to the city centre.
9.0
Scored 9.0
Superb
Rated superb
4,421 reviews
Price from£63.75per night
Holiday Inn Newcastle-Jesmond, an IHG Hotel, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

Explore the vibrant city of Newcastle at the Holiday Inn, Jesmond, a four-star contemporary hotel with 119 comfortable and stylish ensuite bedrooms.

Room was nice and clean, staff were super nice and accommodating especially to two slightly drunk guests like us
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
2,994 reviews
Price from£83.70per night
Delta Hotels by Marriott Newcastle Gateshead, hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

Just off the A1 and right outside the MetroCentre, Europe's largest leisure and retail complex, this 4-star hotel offers a convenient location, luxurious, modern rooms and great comforts and...

8.6
Scored 8.6
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
717 reviews
Price from£107per night
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  • Hotel Du Vin Newcastle
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,591 reviews

    This Hotel Du Vin is situated in central Newcastle, with breathtaking views over the quayside and the River Tyne. It offers luxurious accommodation a few minutes’ walk from Manors Rail Station.

    The location, decor, individuality of rooms and areas

  • Village Hotel Newcastle
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 2,156 reviews

    Village Hotel Newcastle is just 15 minutes' drive from Newcastle city centre. The hotel offers a leisure club with a 25-metre pool.

    Clean & tidy and the restaurant & bar were great.

  • Caledonian Hotel
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 5,849 reviews

    With a stylish bistro and sun terrace, Caledonian Hotel offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is in the cosmopolitan Jesmond area, just a mile from Newcastle city centre.

    Great location for the city hall and great breakfast

  • Malmaison Newcastle
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,783 reviews

    On the banks of the River Tyne, tucked away in Newcastle's vibrant Quayside, this stunning 4-star boutique hotel offers stylish rooms, superb views, a gym, and free WiFi throughout.

    Staff were really friendly, rooms lovely and clean

  • The Vermont Hotel & Vermont Aparthotel
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 3,999 reviews

    The Vermont is Newcastle's only 4-star independent hotel. Located next to The Castle, overlooking Newcastle Cathedral and both the Tyne and Millennium Bridges, it has a gym, free Wi-Fi and free...

    We loved the bedrooms and fabulous Above restaurant.

  • Holiday Inn Newcastle Gosforth Park, an IHG Hotel
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 2,479 reviews

    Set in 18 acres of grounds, Holiday Inn Newcastle Gosforth Park is next to the A19/A1 (North). Only 6 miles from Newcastle centre, it is within easy reach of the beautiful Northumbrian coastline.

    Friendly staff, great facilities, lovely breakfast

  • Jesmond Dene House
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,537 reviews

    This grand house boasts stylish interiors and luxury accommodation in a parkland setting, just 5 minutes’ drive from the vibrant city centre.

    Dinner in the bar and breakfast were both excellent

  • Hilton Newcastle Gateshead
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,175 reviews

    This 4-star hotel looks out over the River Tyne and the Quayside to Newcastle city centre. It has modern, air-conditioned rooms and a health club with gym and indoor pool.

    Great location and facilities with excellent staff

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  • Osborne Hotel
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 2,850 reviews

    The Osborne Hotel is a licensed 22-bedroom hotel with a 2-star rating from Visit Britain. It is situated in Jesmond, 1.5 miles from the centre of Newcastle.

    Very friendly, helpful. Spotless. Excellent hotel

  • Holiday Inn Express Newcastle City Centre, an IHG Hotel
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 5,584 reviews

    In the heart of Newcastle, just 500 metres from Newcastle Railway Station, this Holiday Inn Express has a stylish bar and modern bedrooms.

    Good location for train station Comfy beds Friendly staff

  • Grey Street Hotel
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,279 reviews

    The 4-star Grey Street Hotel offers boutique rooms with luxury linens and individual feature walls. The hotel is in Newcastle centre, a 2-minute walk from the Theatre Royal. Free WiFi is provided.

    Staff very friendly. Hotel spotless. Location great

  • Leonardo Hotel Newcastle
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,601 reviews

    Formerly Jurys Inn, Leonardo Hotel Newcastle is in the city centre, 500 metres from Newcastle Train Station. It has large and light en-suite rooms with power showers.

    Nice clean hotel very close to where we needed to be

  • County Hotel & County Aparthotel Newcastle
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 6,487 reviews

    Newly Refurbished County Hotel is a 4-Star independent hotel that is located in the heart of Newcastle city centre and opposite Newcastle’s Central Rail and Bus Station, this beautifully preserved...

    Location and a lovely clean hotel staff were very helpful

  • Holiday Inn Express Newcastle Gateshead, an IHG Hotel
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,171 reviews

    Conveniently located off the A1 at the Metro Centre, this hotel is 10 minute drive from Newcastle city centre.

    Place was clean & staff were helpful and friendly

  • Copthorne Hotel Newcastle
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 5,618 reviews

    Overlooking the River Tyne, the Copthorne Hotel Newcastle is located less than a mile from Newcastle Train Station. It offers an on-site fitness room.

    Very efficient at Reception on arrival and leaving.

  • DORSET ARMS HOTEL
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 368 reviews

    Set in Newcastle upon Tyne, 5.7 km from Northumbria University, DORSET ARMS HOTEL offers accommodation with a garden, free private parking and a shared lounge.

    Very friendly and helpful staff, seemed eager to please !!

Hotels located in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne

  • Otterburn Castle
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 459 reviews

    Set in Newcastle upon Tyne, 43 km from Alnwick Castle, Otterburn Castle offers accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

    The place is full of character and the staff are brilliant

  • Delta Hotels by Marriott Newcastle Gateshead
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 717 reviews

    Just off the A1 and right outside the MetroCentre, Europe's largest leisure and retail complex, this 4-star hotel offers a convenient location, luxurious, modern rooms and great comforts and amenities...

    The use of the leisure club & breakfast was amazing

  • The Keelman and Big Lamp Brewery
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 836 reviews

    Situated in Newcastle upon Tyne, 7.2 km from MetroCentre, The Keelman and Big Lamp Brewery features accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

    Room was lovely. Food was great. The location is excellent.

  • Corner House Inn by Greene King Inns
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 614 reviews

    The Corner House Inn offers comfortable, well-equipped en suite accommodation, free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Discounts offered at local golf and racquets clubs.

    Friendly staff, good food and clean & comfy room

  • Hotel Balmoral
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 795 reviews

    Offering elegant and modern rooms with 40-inch Smart TVs, Hotel Balmoral is 15 minutes’ walk from St James’s Park, home of Newcastle United. It features a Punjabi restaurant and free Wi-Fi.

    Very clean, very close to the town centre and ample parking.

  • Sandman Signature Newcastle Hotel
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 7,200 reviews

    With a sports bar and grill restaurant, this hotel has a fitness centre and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. Sandman Signature Newcastle Hotel is next to St James’ Park, home of Newcastle FC.

    Great location, all staff were friendly and helpful.

  • Holiday Inn Newcastle-Jesmond, an IHG Hotel
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,994 reviews

    Explore the vibrant city of Newcastle at the Holiday Inn, Jesmond, a four-star contemporary hotel with 119 comfortable and stylish ensuite bedrooms.

    Cheap, clean and cheerful. Perfect for a city visit.

  • Kenilworth Hotel
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 443 reviews

    Located in Jesmond in Newcastle this family-run hotel offers an on-site bar and contemporary accommodation with free WiFi access. Guests benefit from private parking facilities free of charge.

    Quite place, relatively large rooms, clean, comfortable.

FAQs about hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne







The Spirit of the North

A former Industrial Revolution hub, Newcastle has reinvented itself into a vibrant, forward-thinking city. Although no longer brewed here, Newcastle Brown Ale, or Newkie Brown, is synonymous with the city, so it’s no surprise that the nightlife is fantastic.

From the O2 Academy to the Sage Music Centre, the Newcastle music venues are among the best in England. The city also has a thriving arts scene, including The Biscuit Factory – Britain’s largest original art store.

Equally as good is the Newcastle shopping. The Central Arcade is in an attractive Victorian building, and across the River Tyne in Gateshead is the Metro Centre, Europe’s largest shopping and leisure complex. Indeed, these 2 cities have a healthy rivalry that plays out in sport, architecture and, sometimes, the bizarre.

Gateshead boasts the Angel of The North, a huge statue that is already its most recognised (and controversial) symbol. While in Newcastle the Vampire Rabbit sits above a door near St Nicholas’ Cathedral. Newcastle United Football Club has the most prestigious record, but Gateshead Stadium has seen many a star compete at its international athletics meets.

To the west of the city are some remains of Hadrian’s Wall and further north is Newcastle Airport. See Booking.com for a range of accommodation all over this happening city.

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What guests said about Newcastle upon Tyne:

  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    Low standard accommodation.... Hotel needs refurbishment...

    Low standard accommodation.... Hotel needs refurbishment... Cleaning standards in rooms very poor. Very noisy building work going on outside which we should have been informed about prior to check in.
    A
    Anonymous
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    As older travellers with our own transport we had planned to...

    As older travellers with our own transport we had planned to explore the wider area, coast and countryside. This worked perfectly for us and we really enjoyed all our trips. For younger travellers Newcastle does offer abundant nightlife and has great local transport links.
    Trevor Halsall
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Friendly city.

    Friendly city. Definitely a party place (but I was there for a conference). Crowds on the streets on Saturday night were entertainment in themselves. Good restaurants, great walking along river, interesting older parts of town. Watch out for the steps between upper town (train station) and riverside - 113 between nearest street to train station and my hotel!).
    Davinia
    Canada
  • 10
    Scored 10

    A fun lively city easy to get around with plenty to see and...

    A fun lively city easy to get around with plenty to see and do, I wasn’t there long enough to appreciate it all. We visited the Baltic arts centre and had a great indian meal in the evening at Dabba Wall. I was visiting a friends degree show which was excellent. I would like to visit the castle and museums next visit
    Miranda
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    I went to a daytime gig featuring Newcastle legends, Archie...

    I went to a daytime gig featuring Newcastle legends, Archie Brown & The Young Bucks, at the Tyne Bar, which is a great pub and music venue with good food and good beer. The gig was outside under some road bridge arches and next to a dock. I walked from my accommodation in Jesmond down the Ouseburn river, which led directly to the venue in the city centre. There is a path along most of the river apart from a short distance when it goes underground. It's like a free nature trail, full of life and very beautiful. You wouldn't expect to get so close to nature so near a city centre, but Newcastle has this. It was a lovely afternoon/evening watching one of my favourite bands, but I enjoyed the whole day. My only negative was I needed to get some cash and couldn't get to an ATM easily. One of the ones listed on Google was permanently closed and I ended up using a fee-paying ATM in a shop, which I really dislike doing. I had no choice as a local Chinese I wanted to use and my hotel extras had to be paid for with cash.
    Eddie Metal
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Wonderful transport system as from the Main line you can go...

    Wonderful transport system as from the Main line you can go onto Scotland, Liverpool and Manchester. There is also the Metro system which is the Underground local system and within 20 minutes you can be at the Seaside. For those that like shopping centres there is Eldon Square but so many induvial shops and artisan outlets there are so many places to see. The Architecture is wonderfully mixed. There are good outlets for those alternatives that like Forbidden Planet, Damaged, and Geek Retreat shops. There is a great place to eat at the Catholic Cathedral along with a wonderful Cafe as is M and S. There seems to be a Greggs on most streets and lots of individual cafes and dining spots. It's also the only place I know where there is a Greggs cafe within a Primark store.
    Penelope
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

  • From £100.70 per night
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 7,200 reviews
    The location is excellent. Very close to the City Centre, great restaurants, bars, shopping. We checked in on Tuesday 21st November at 3pm. The young lady who checked us in was the epitome of welcoming. very friendly, really warm and welcoming and made it clear that if there was anything she could do to help we only needed to ask. She is a real credit to the Hotel, and indeed Newcastle. These first impressions really last. The room was really what we needed, really comfy bed, great bathroom etc. Really quiet during the night.
    David
    United Kingdom
  • From £150 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 795 reviews
    Located on the edge of the city centre this hotel is adjacent to an Indian restaurant some twenty / thirty-minute walk from the centre of the action in the wonderful city of Newcastle. The welcome was wonderful, efficient, and welcoming. The hotel is really a restaurant with rooms, the bedrooms are spacious, well-decorated, and maintained benefiting from a large modern TV and speedy Wi-Fi. The bathroom was also spacious, spotlessly clean, and well-maintained.
    AMWATSONuk
    United Kingdom
  • From £94.50 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 10,905 reviews
    The hotel has a retro vibe, with large interior corridors and old lighting chandeliers. It blends in the city centre of Newcastle's architecture. We stayed in the Twin Superior Room, which is very spacious. Good water pressure in the shower/tub. The beds are really comfy. The location of the hotel is very good - close to the railway station, city centre and NUFC stadium. The breakfast has a big variety of food, including traditional English ones.
    Andrei_ZZA
    Romania
  • From £169 per night
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 6,861 reviews
    Brilliant hotel, perfect location for the city centre. Our room on the first floor was very clean and a great size. Very polite and welcoming staff, breakfast service great. The pool/steam room were great The parking (although paid) was convenient being so nearby the hotel, just be careful if Newcastle are playing home as the car park was full on Saturday near 1500 kick off - we managed to get lucky though. Plenty spaces otherwise.
    aj0c
    United Kingdom
  • From £130.50 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,279 reviews
    This is the most stunning and beautiful hotel in such a spot-on location for such a low price - we were gobsmacked. Everything about the hotel/building is amazing - the old building is gorgeous, the furniture, design and the artificial flower arrangement around the entrance are amazing. We loved our quirky and cosy room, there was a lot of attention to detail, especially in the bathroom. The staff was super nice and helpful.
    Doris
    Ireland
  • From £71.10 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 6,487 reviews
    I always mark properties on 3 criteria, cleanliness of rooms including bathrooms, friendliness of staff and location. ALL scored 10 out of 10. The staff were superb, they were welcoming and could not do enough to help. The hotel is the perfect location to explore Newcastle and the surrounding area being so close to the city centre railway station. I would strongly recommend.
    Harold
    United Kingdom
  • From £99 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,601 reviews
    I’ve stayed at the hotel many times and there’s a reason I always return! It’s an excellent price and location to all the hotspots in Newcastle city centre! Rooms are spacious, beds are comfy and bathroom is always in a clean state. We were offered breakfast as a gesture on arrival for the morning after and it was delicious! Highly recommend
    Caitlin
    United Kingdom
  • From £121.50 per night
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 11,210 reviews
    Very nice high quality modern hotel smack in the main part of Newcasle and a relief from the busy street - in our room no noise right in the city centre. We booked last minute and still got a very good price. Are there better hotels yes problay but with that price and location I think not
    Michael
    United Kingdom
  • From £125 per night
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,591 reviews
    As always on arrival, the staff are so polite and professional. We paid for an upgrade which was well worth it. Newcastle is such a vibrant city centre and such a lovely place to stay. A gorgeous hotel, the breakfast was amazing, and looking forward to our next stay already!
    Ian
    United Kingdom
  • From £117.22 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 5,612 reviews
    The hotel was clean, comfortable and modern. The location was excellent, just adjacent to the train station, and the staff were very friendly and welcoming. Breakfast was fantastic with lots of choice, we were very happy with our stay and would stay here again!
    Claire
    United Kingdom
  • From £94.50 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 10,905 reviews
    The proximity from the Train Station is superb. Plus if you know Newcastle then you will know of the steep climb from The River Tyne upto the City Centre is a steep one. The location of this hotel avoids this if you have no interest of going down to the Quayside.
    Scott
    United Kingdom
  • From £150 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 795 reviews
    A cheap and cheerful hotel a 20 minute walk from the middle of the action in Newcastle. The rooms are clean, good sized and comfortable. There is free parking in the decent sized car park and a curry restaurant in the same building!
    Christopher
    United Kingdom
  • From £62.10 per night
    7.1
    Scored 7.1
    Good
    Rated good
     · 4,799 reviews
    Stayed here often in the past. Well located hotel with a reasonable price. Staff are nice. Lots of restaurants to choose from nearby. 20 Min walk into city centre. Café right next door for breakfast.
    gerard
    Portugal
  • From £71.10 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 6,487 reviews
    location - the hotel is well placed for travelling (train) plus parking decor - the rooms and reception areas are well maintained and clean reception staff - always polite and friendly
    deborah
    United Kingdom
  • From £107.10 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 3,999 reviews
    Hotel was well-located, close to the train station. The local area is also flush with great historic pubs. The staff were lovely and very accommodating, I would return for sure.
    Wei Jin Darryl
    United Kingdom
  • 8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 356 reviews
    Great little hotel. Lots of corridors and stairs. Good facilities for a short or long stay. A mile or so from Newcastle city centre (uphill on the way back!), but good transport
    Alison
    United Kingdom
  • From £85 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 8,611 reviews
    This is a good hotel that is relatively close to the railway station (only a short walk) and provided everything that I needed while visiting Newcastle for a conference.
    Edmund
    United Kingdom
  • From £94.50 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 3,713 reviews
    Hotel is super cheap, with parking and in a fab location. Hotel room was spacious, beds were comfy, it had everything we needed will definitely stay again.
    Heather
    United Kingdom
  • From £148.79 per night
    8.4
    Scored 8.4
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 4,438 reviews
    Very convenient location for a flying visit to Newcastle - and better value than any of the city centre hotels. Well run, as one expects of a Hilton
    Andrew
    United Kingdom
  • From £85 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 8,611 reviews
    The location of the hotel was very central to Newcastle city centre, and so it was easy to go out for meals and meet friends for last minute plans.
    Harmani
    United Kingdom

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