Hotels and more in Newcastle upon Tyne

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  • £59

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    Motel One Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne
    9.3 Superb 5,621 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Motel One Newcastle boasts modern features, and is centrally located just a 2-minute walk to the historic city centre.
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    "Really nice personnel. They fixed a booking issue that they made so we had enough space for our son. Clean, modern, perfect located right in the city centre."

    Danniella. Netherlands
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  • £71

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    Crowne Plaza Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter, Newcastle upon Tyne
    9.1 Superb 3,391 reviews
    Description With an indoor swimming pool, a spa and wellness centre and a fitness centre, the Crowne Plaza Newcastle also benefits from free WiFi.
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    "The bed was very comfortable and the staff was super helpful. I also loved the bathroom it was very spacious."

    Rosanna. Australia
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  • £71

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    Hotel Indigo Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne
    9.0 Superb 2,687 reviews
    Description This boutique Newcastle hotel offers quirky, 4-star accommodation 2 minutes’ walk from Central Station.
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    "Lovely staff, well presented rooms, felt very comfortable first time in Newcastle very easy to find my way around from this hotel! Perfect surprise for my boyfriends birthday"

    Georgina-Leigh.
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  • £79

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    Hotel Du Vin Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne

    Hotel Du Vin Newcastle

    Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

    9.0 Superb 706 reviews
    Description 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.
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    "Beautiful decor, friendly staff, excellent breakfast menu, great bar, spacious bedroom, bacon roll on the room service menu (yum)!! Location was just right for us, just a few minutes from the millennium..."

    Emily. Jersey
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    Jesmond Dene House, Newcastle upon Tyne

    Jesmond Dene House

    Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne

    9.0 Superb 573 reviews
    Description Winner of several awards including City Hotel of 2013, this grand house boasts stylish interiors and luxury accommodation in a parkland setting, just 5 minutes’ drive from the vibrant city centre.
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    "Location, staff and overall quality"

    Paul. Canada
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    Newbridge, Newcastle upon Tyne

    Newbridge

    Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

    8.0 Very good 1,437 reviews
    Description In the heart of Newcastle’s bustling centre, The Newbridge Hotel offer modern rooms with king-size beds. Each room features air conditioning and a private bathroom with powerful shower and toiletries....
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    "I am a celiac which very often means I can't eat breakfast or I am very limited. The reception staff and the morning waitress Maria we're brilliant they asked about my allergy and spoke to chef..."

    Carole. United Kingdom
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Newcastle upon Tyne was highly rated for nightlife by 13,504 guests from the United Kingdom! Newcastle upon Tyne travel guide

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.