With its recent refurbishment and great amenities, this superior three star hotel offers its guest great value for money at a city centre location. Convenient for business guests, this hotel has a good business centre and fax facilities.
All the guest rooms have benefitted from the new restyle and offer comfortable accommodation for weary guests and feature cable TV, complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathroom, daily housekeeping, tea and coffee making facilities, a trouser press, modem access, a hairdryer, a wake -up call and voicemail service and a kettle. Interconnecting rooms are available for larger groups and families and a late check-out is available where applicable.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Discovery Museum pulls the past and present Newcastle together and unities them under one roof. Its ever changing exhibits include the history of Newcastle maritime life, world changing technology, fashions through the ages, and the military history of the area. With interactive displays, this place is fun, active and informative. At the entrance, visitors are greeted by ‘Turbinia’, the world’s first ship to be powered by a steam turbine. At 35 metres long, she was once the fastest vessel on water but now helps tell her story and is one of the most popular exhibits in the museum.
An iconic image of the North East is brought to life when you view The Tyne Bridge. Great by day or night, a platform on the bridge offers some great views of the city and overlooking the river. Down by the quayside is another vantage point, especially at night when the pride of Newcastle is lit up and you can take advantage of the riverside bars and restaurants.
Jesmond Dene Park is a little gem of a garden, tucked away so quietly you would hardly know it is there. The green lungs of this busy city, the secluded wooded valleys, level pathways, beautiful architecture and hidden nooks make this hideaway a must for a post lunch stroll and the opportunity to take a few moments to yourself.
Maverick is a quirky gift and stationary shop which sells gorgeous nick nacks, cards, gift wrap, boxes and bowls and other accessories. Expensive and kooky, this shop has a solid and loyal local following looking for anything weird and wonderful…….
For eating out
Six is a stunning, new and modern restaurant atop the BALTIC Contemporary Arts Centre with unbelievable city views, discreet service and a simple, tasty menu of British food served with a clean twist using the very best locally sourced ingredients.
Greys Nightclub has recently undergone a full facelift and this iconic Newcastle nightspot has been bought bang up to date with studded, leather seating areas, glinting chandeliers, glitter ball filtered dance floors and great staff who know their stuff. Popular with stag and hen parties, this club is where to head to, to dance your feet off with original party people.