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Five of the best hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

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Five of the best hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

A night away with a group of friends, it’s not uncommon for people to stay in Newcastle for the evening at one of the city’s luxurious hotels. For visitors, it’s also a favourable option, especially if they’re enjoying the delights of Newcastle over the course of an entire weekend, for example. 

Newcastle’s hotel offering is excellent, too. In fact, the city is improving its array of hotels on a yearly basis as it continues to become one of the most up and coming areas in the country. The city has always attracted waves of visitors throughout the years, too, be it for its famous nightlife, excellent food scene, or even for away football supporters who are watching their beloved side take on the Magpies at St. James’ Park. Given the array of accommodation options, though, it’s not always easy finding the ideal place to stay. So, in order to help you get there, below is a look at five of Newcastle upon Tyne’s top hotels. 

Hotel Indigo Newcastle

If you enjoy top-notch grub, then you’ll certainly want to sample Marco Pierre White’s on-site restaurant at the Hotel Indigo Newcastle. A popular 4-star boutique hotel, it’s just a two-minute walk away from the station. Other notable features include its free Wi-Fi, cocktail bar, parking on-site, and itsdelicious cuisine, be it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The hotel is located right in the heart of the city and represents an excellent place to stay for people. 

Grey Street Hotel

A stylish hotel in a great location, Grey Street Hotel is a 4-star offering that features an array of stunning designs and welcoming rooms. Located just two minutes away from Newcastle’s Theatre Royal, the hotel is particularly popular with people who are wanting treatments, with Grey Street offering relaxing massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, waxing, and a whole lot more. If you’re keen to treat yourself to a stay in a luxurious and trendy setting, then Grey Street Hotel should be a contender. 

The Vermont Hotel

Located next to The Castle and offering stunning views due toits location, which looks right over Newcastle Cathedral and both the Tyne and Millennium Bridges, The Vermont Hotel is another hotel well worth staying at. An independent 4-star option, it has free parking for guests, an excellent gym in case you’re keen to maintain any fitness routines, and free Wi-Fi should you want to binge any Netflix shows or play a selection of the best Megaways slot games. The Vermont is just a five-minute walk from the main area in the city, too, offering visitors easy access to the city’s bars, clubs, restaurants and shopping district.

County Hotel Newcastle

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Opposite Newcastle’s Central Rail and Bus Station, County Hotel Newcastle has been recently refurbished and is a go-to option for people wanting a bit of style and sophistication. A 4-star hotel, it is located near popular venues such as the O2 Academy and St James’ Park, making it a popular hotel for people who want to stay in and around the city centre. The hotel also has 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi and its superb Hudson restaurant. 

Innside by Melia Newcastle

A recently opened hotel, Innside by Melia Newcastle is a modern building with plenty to offer for guests. This particular hotel includes a restaurant, a bar, a fitness centre, room service, free Wi-Fi, and you can even enjoy its stunning buffet breakfast, too. Located near popular venues such as Theatre Royal and Utilita Arena, Innside by Melia Newcastle is another hotel in an excellent location.

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