Category: Hotels In Newcastle

Hotels In Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Never been to Newcastle? Regular visitor to Newcastle? For business? Leisure? The city, which is a magnet for commerce and industry, culture and nightlife, has an array of hotels to fulfil all of your needs.

You will find most hotels in central locations, either on the Quayside or Central Station areas.

From these two neighbourhoods, you will be at walking distance to fashionable bars, restaurants and shops. For food, drinks and a fantastic shopping experience, there is the Central Arcade, situated in an attractive Victorian building. Across the River Tyne in Gateshead, there is the Metrocentre, Europe’s largest shopping and leisure complex. Indeed, these two side-by-side cities have a healthy rivalry that plays out in both sports and architecture.

Additionally, you will only be minutes away on foot to a culture centre, art galleries, theatres and a concert hall. From the O2 Academy to the Sage Music Centre, Newcastle music venues are among the best in England. The city also boasts a booming arts scene, including The Biscuit Factory – Britain’s largest original art store.

Great fan of sightseeing? You will be taken aback by the tremendous views of Newcastle’s stunning bridges; not to mention the actual New Castle, the city’s name inspiration, that is situated right at the heart of the centre.

For football fanatics, yes, there are plenty of hotels near St James Park! For Stag or Hen weekends, there are hotels that cater particularly for them.
Nightlife enthusiasts will also be happily surprised by the sheer quantity of bars, pubs and clubs in central Newcastle, all at a short distance to most hotels. As a vibrant place, Newcastle will not disappoint beer lovers either. In spite of no longer being brewed here, Newcastle Brown Ale, or Newkie Brown, is synonymous with the city and it certainly fuels the crowds up until the small hours.
History pundits will like to pay a visit to the remains of Hadrian’s Wall, to the west of the city. Further north there is Newcastle Airport. See our partner website for a range of accommodations in the area and around the city,
Finally, the Angel of The North is another attraction not to be missed. Already famous among tourists worldwide, it is a huge statue that has become a symbol of the city. Check out our list of hotels and book your stay now!