Hotel Door

With a convenient city centre location and within walking distance to many local attractions, restaurants and bars; this four star boutique offering is simply stunning. An ideal choice for either tourists or business guests, the chic decor and stylish guest rooms are a pleasure to return to at the end of a busy day.  This hotel offers its guests use of a premier business suite which has a complete range of services including a professional secretarial service, audio/visual equipment, meeting, conferencing and board rooms, an exhibition centre and fax services.   In the public areas, guests have the run of a DVD library, the service of a 24 hour reception, free lobby internet, WiFI and a 24 hour concierge.

All the guest rooms are well designed  and finished to a high standard and feature cable TV,  a CD/DVD player, an en suite bathroom, a trouser press, a work desk with a lamp and high speed internet, a hairdryer and a safe.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

The Hancock Museum is the north’s premier natural history collection and is very child friendly. The collections span the length and breadth of the world and with a diverse range of permanent and temporary exhibits, there will be something for everyone.  Kids tend to love the prehistoric sections, in particular the ‘prehistoric autopsy’ and the staggering selection of Roman artefacts, some of which were recovered from nearby Hadrian’s Wall.  You need at least a whole day to experience this fascinating place.

For romance

The Laing is home to a very impressive collection of art, sculptures and other works by some of the world’s greatest modern and classical names.  A quiet and reflective place, the collections are well worth a ponder with your other half and the Henry Moore sculptures are particularly worth a look.

For culture

The BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Arts has a stunning riverside location on the south bank of the River Tyne in a landmark, industrial building.  With no permanent collection, the Baltic has an ever changing, interesting schedule of events which gives an interesting flash of insight into the contemporary arts world.   With four diverse gallery spaces that can play host to a wide variety and size of exhibition, you will find something to please you.

For shopping

The Cherry Tree is a fabulous, contemporary restaurant with a lovely mezzanine floor and  a fresh, funky modern British menu which are coupled together to deliver a first class dining experience.

For eating out

The Grainger Market is an interesting, traditional market under a stunning, great glass roof.  Fruit and vegetables, meat and cheese, clothes and accessories – you can find anything you want here.

For nightlife

Nightlife in Newcastle isn’t all about pubs and clubs!  The Theatre Royal draws some of the West End’s greatest shows and has a packed nightly itinerary of other acts and shows including comedy nights, award winning ballet, children’s shows and performances from Opera North.  The Royal Shakespeare Company is also a regular visitor here.  There is also an excellent, onsite restaurant which serves contemporary Italian cuisine.