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Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Motel One Newcastle features modern features, and is centrally located just a 2-minute walk to the historic city center. Fantastic hotel, beautiful lobby, and outside area. Super friendly staff. Room was big enough, but compact... I was in my own room, but 2 people may have been a bit cramped. ... a fabulous comfortable double bed. Bathroom was the best though, with the rain shower :) And lovely fluffy towels too :) Great location, in Grainger Town area, very close to the Metro, main shopping area etc. Literally dozens of bars and restaurants around the area. Fabulous hotel.
With an indoor swimming pool, a spa and wellness center and a fitness center, the Crowne Plaza Newcastle also benefits from free WiFi. Friendly staff.... Comfy beds...lovely food...
Offering a 24-hour fitness center, Hampton by Hilton Newcastle is located in Newcastle city center, opposite Newcastle Central Station. Free WiFi access is available throughout. It’s central location, nice & tidy rooms. Good value for money.
This boutique Newcastle hotel offers quirky, 4-star accommodation a 2 minute walk from Central Station. Awesome bathroom And great shower. Very clean. Staff super nice and friendly. They even mailed my postcards for me!
Located adjacent to Newcastle International Airport and the Metro rail station, The Doubletree by Hilton is only 10 minutes' drive to Newcastle city center. Always clean, spacious, comfy bed with comfy pillows and snuggly quilt, good a/c, good drinks tray and kettle plus blackout curtains that work :-) . Excellent stay all round thank you
This Hotel Du Vin is located in central Newcastle, with breathtaking views over the quayside and the River Tyne. It offers luxurious accommodations a few minutes’ walk from Manors Rail Station. The staff were amazing - it was our daughters wedding. They were so helpful and patient; nothing was too much trouble. The location is fab - short walk among the river to all the shops bars and clubs you want. Great experience-
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Located in Newcastle City Center, Maldron Hotel features free WiFi and a private court yard. I’d like to tell the staff Scott in restaurant helped several times, his service is professional and...
Located in the heart of Newcastle’s popular Osborne Road, The New George Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodations, en suite guest rooms and an onsite restaurant. Location was very good only 5 pound for a taxi to town , staff were very nice and welcoming
Motel Xpress offers accommodations in a grade 2 listed historical building surrounded by 2 acres of lawns and trees. Quite budget hotel, the reception staff were very helpful.
A stylish air-conditioned hotel just 330 yards from Newcastle Train Station, within a 2 minute walk of the central bars and restaurants. Best hotel experience we have in UK.
Located in the heart of Jesmond, next to leafy Jesmond Dene park, this stylish hotel offers modern rooms with flat-screen TVs. It was very convenient to get into city centre . Breakfast was great and staff very friendly .
With a sports bar and grill restaurant, this hotel has a fitness center and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle is next to St James’ Park, home of Newcastle FC. Everything. This is an all round great hotel
Overlooking the River Tyne and the Millennium Bridge, the Jurys Inn Newcastle Quays is just 2 minutes’ walk from the Baltic Center for Contemporary Art. The location was perfect for everything.
The Osborne Hotel is a licensed 22-bedroom hotel with a 2-star rating from Visit Britain. It is in Jesmond, 1.5 miles from the center of Newcastle. Staff, location, value for money
In the heart of Newcastle, just 1640 feet from Newcastle Railway Station, this Holiday Inn Express has a stylish bar and modern bedrooms. The room was perfect and the beds were very comfy.
Jurys Inn Newcastle is in the city center, 1640 feet from Newcastle Train Station. It has large and light rooms with attached bathroom with power showers. We had a fabulous stay at Jurys Inn, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Village Hotel Newcastle is just 15 minutes' drive from Newcastle city center. The hotel offers luxurious rooms and an extensive spa and leisure club with a 25-yard pool. The room was excellent very clean comfortable & roomy.
Located in the lively area of Jesmond in Newcastle, the Carlton Hotel is part of the Cairn Hotel group and has good food, good service, free WiFi and great rates. Very helpful staff, good value for money, clean and quite - all we wanted. great!
Located in the heart of Newcastle city center and opposite Newcastle’s Central Rail and Bus Station, this beautifully preserved 19th-century building is now a modern hotel. last minute booking for me and was aware of its location, however, a pleasant surprise room was more...
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 the center of Newcastle. going to Newcastle? just book at calledonian.
On the banks of the River Tyne, tucked away in Newcastle's vibrant Quayside, this stunning 4-star boutique hotel features stylish rooms, superb views, a gym, a luxurious spa and free Wi-Fi throughout.... Exceptional location; an amazing position with a sensational view of the River Tyne.
Just less than 1 km from Metro Radio Arena and a 17-minute walk from St. James' Park and featuring free WiFi, St Nicholas Apartel @ Central Station offers accommodations in Newcastle upon Tyne. Very nice and big room.There's plenty of space for 4 people.Very close to train station.
Quayside 3 Bed Duplex Apartment is located in Newcastle upon Tyne, less than 1 km from The Sage, a 16-minute walk from Quayside, as well as 0.8 miles from Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. Amazing location, high standard apartment would highly recommend
The Quay is located in Newcastle upon Tyne, less than 1 km from The Sage, a 12-minute walk from Metro Radio Arena, as well as 0.9 miles from Quayside. Amazing will definitely stay again cudnt daily the place at all beautiful .!
Set in Newcastle upon Tyne just a 5-minute walk from Newcastle Central train station, this apartment features free WiFi. The unit is 984 feet from Metro Radio Arena. A flat-screen TV is offered. Very clean and spacious. Had everything you could need.
Located in the Quayside district in Newcastle upon Tyne, Amazing City Centre Penthouse With Private Roof Terrace provides accommodations with an terrace and free WiFi. The views were unbeatable and the host was completely friendly and eager to help.
Clarence Court is a property located in Newcastle upon Tyne, 500 yards from Metro Radio Arena and 0.8 miles from St. James' Park. The property is 0.8 miles from the Theatre Royal. Nice apartment, easy to take the keys, comfortable conditions.
Award Winning Beautiful Quayside Kenilworth House is located in Newcastle upon Tyne, half a mile from The Sage, 0.7 miles from Quayside, and 0.7 miles from Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. The warm welcome from the hosts aftera particularly long journey.
Located in Newcastle upon Tyne, less than 1 km from Theatre Royal and a 15-minute walk from Metro Radio Arena, The County Aparthotel provides accommodations with free WiFi. We where the first people to stay here an loved every minute of it.
Newcastle is under rated. It is an amazing place. It offers great shopping. The city is steeped in history, walk the city, there is a discovery around every corner. Stroll along beside the Tyne or take the metro to Tynemouth. Well worth a visit. People really friendly.
All of the old architecture is splendid as are the central streetscapes. There is a lack of pubs and too many overpriced cocktail bars and airport style restaurants. Most of the modern architecture is shabby and ugly. Luckily it hasn’t displaced the Victorian heart of the city. The Metro is very good but the ticket machines are over complicated for an outsider.
Newcastle upon Tyne was from the industrial revolution, until the decline in the later half of the twentieth century, a major centre for heavy industry and in particular ship building. Now its economy is based around corporate headquarters,digital technology, retail and tourism. The city centre rises up from its position high above the river Tyne. It’s streets do not follow a logical grid system and large parts still resemble a medieval layout; narrow alleys for pedestrians still exist in abundance with steps up from the river dating back to the 14th century. The city suffers like all British metropolises by being being overrun by traffic. That said it doesn’t seem excessive and there are many areas that are pedestrianised. Two of Newcastle’s biggest icons are Newcastle United football club, and the Tyne bridge which opened in 1928. The railway station edifice is of note, built of stone in a Roman-Italiano style it is an architectural gem. Newcastle has a very efficient metro system which takes in the larger Tyneside area out to the coast and into neighboring Gateshead. It has six stations in the central district that are below street level, so making it one of only three British cities outside of London to have an underground railway. The city has many museums and art galleries,some of which have free admission. One downside to the central business district is the disgusting state of the streets and pavements early on a Saturday and Sunday mornings: liberal amounts of vomit and rubbish from food and drink containers; the stench of stale urine etc..The city has beggars on the streets but for a large city they dont seem excessive or intimidating. I would some up by saying Newcastle has a generally good feel about the place.
Sunday market on the quayside worth a visit along with city centre shops if you don’t want to venture to the metro centre although it only takes 9 mins on the train. Byron burger on grey street is a good shout & the lunch menu is good value. Newcastle is very easy to navigate & St James park is laterally a five min walk! Fewicks has a great coffee shop(try the fruit scones)
Newcastle is mostly a city. There are a few historic gems but that main thing here are the shops. You can reach Hadrian’s Wall from here but be sure you either have a car or are traveling during the right season since public transport to most of the Wall’s attractions stops after Sepemtber.
Everything was so close together so it was ideal as we could walk to most places. For anywhere outside of walking distance the bus system was really easy to figure out. The metro into the city is ideal for getting to and from the airport.
8.1 Very Good 2,155 reviews
Excellent location very close to the city centre, easy walking distance to Monument Metro station and Newcastle Central Train Station. Large clean room with kettle, TV, bath & shower, free WiFi etc. Very friendly and accommodating staff. Very reasonable price. I would definitely stay here again and can highly recommend. It seems this hotel is actually a Premier Inn judged on branding, plus WiFi and TV connections.
8.9 Excellent 2,365 reviews
We have stayed here before so we didnt hesitate to book it again when we were visiting newcastle again. Convenient for city centre and local attractions ( life science centre, Echo Arena ). Clean and modern hotel with friendly staff. Liked the fact that breakfast was included in the price, which isnt always the case with other hotel chains. Cheap parking next door too.
8.8 Excellent 1,138 reviews
Great value for money hotel,friendly staff with superb leisure facilities all free for the length of stay.Well stocked breakfast buffet catering for all diets.Very friendly and helpful staff members whom nothing was too much bother.Great location for exploring in all directions and only 15 mins from Newcastle city centre.
8.6 Excellent 208 reviews
Good location for Newcastle city centre/st james park £8 in a taxi Metro centre 10minutes by car Good value for money Plenty of choice for breakfast Last weekend was about my 5th stay at this hotel I would recommend it to anyone
8.0 Very Good 635 reviews
The hotels proximity to Newcastle City Centre. The low price and fact you got a breakfast included. Jesmond where the hotels situated is a lovely area. Socially there are a lot of bars and things to do!
8.4 Very Good 520 reviews
In quiet neighborhood and only 10 minutes from center walking. Hostess was fantastic and helped me out a lot. One of the most inexpensive hotels/guest houses in area.
8.3 Very Good 3,517 reviews
So close to the train station! Classic old hotel. Elegant dinner restaurant and amazing breakfast (but prefer pouring my own coffee).
6.8 Review score 282 reviews
It was a pleasant hotel and just a bus ride into Newcastle city centre room was clean as was the bathroom would stay there again
8.3 Very Good 3,974 reviews
Locality to the city centre. Plenty of parking facilities. Quieter than most other hotels in Newcastle
6.8 Review score 480 reviews
Nothing we stayed 10 mins which was just enough time to book another hotel which was very costly
9.0 Wonderful 4,612 reviews
Very clean hotel with comfortable bed and opposite the main train station and metro centre
8.9 Excellent 3,271 reviews
Very local to metro centre and Newcastle city centre. Bus stops just outside hotel
8.7 Excellent 1,960 reviews
Nice hotel and nice staff apart from a few staff members in the leisure center.
8.0 Very Good 3,031 reviews
Stuff friendly and understandable. Great location. Very clean and quiet hotel.
8.5 Very Good 400 reviews
Location,staff,helpfulness. Couldn't have had a better hotel for the price
9.3 Wonderful 5,543 reviews
Very close to Newcastle station and city centre. Hotel was modern and clean.
9.5 Exceptional 1,560 reviews
The hotel location, clean, feels like at home
8.5 Very Good 1,477 reviews
The room was excellent very clean comfortable & roomy. The breakfast was fine with a good selection of food all according to how hungry or your preference.
8.8 Excellent 2,559 reviews
Exceptional location; an amazing position with a sensational view of the River Tyne. A beautifully spacious room and a bathtub.
8.8 Excellent 2,858 reviews
Great location and friendly staff