This boutique Newcastle hotel offers quirky, 4-star accommodation a 2 minute walk from Central Station. Hotel Indigo Newcastle’s rooms are striking and unique, there is a fantastic Marco Pierre White restaurant on site, and Wi-Fi is free throughout the building.
Hotel Indigo Newcastle has a cocktail lounge bar, which serves light food options and has an extensive cocktail list. Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in lively, modern surroundings. There is parking on site (for an additional charge).
Each room is stylish in design, and has a complimentary minibar, large bed and a bathroom with a rainfall shower and free toiletries. Amenities also include a flat-screen satellite TV and essentials for making tea and coffee.
Newcastle United Football Club is a 10 minute walk from this Hotel Indigo. Grey’s Monument and the city’s popular shopping area can be reached in 5 minutes by foot.
This is our guests’ favorite part of Newcastle upon Tyne, according to independent reviews.
Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.4 for a two-person trip.
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A former Industrial Revolution hub, Newcastle has reinvented itself into a vibrant, forward-thinking city. Although no longer brewed here, Newcastle Brown Ale, or Newkie Brown, is synonymous with the city, so it’s no surprise that the nightlife is fantastic.
From the O2 Academy to the Sage Music Center, the Newcastle music venues are among the best in England. The city also has a thriving arts scene, including The Biscuit Factory – Britain’s largest original art store.
Equally as good is the Newcastle shopping. The Central Arcade is in an attractive Victorian building, and across the River Tyne in Gateshead is the Metro Center, Europe’s largest shopping and leisure complex. Indeed, these 2 cities have a healthy rivalry that plays out in sports, architecture and, sometimes, the bizarre.
Gateshead boasts the Angel of The North, a huge statue that is already its most recognized (and controversial) symbol. While in Newcastle the Vampire Rabbit sits above a door near St Nicholas’ Cathedral. Newcastle United Football Club has the most prestigious record, but Gateshead Stadium has seen many a star compete at its international athletics meets.
To the west of the city are some remains of Hadrian’s Wall and further north is Newcastle Airport. See Booking.com for a range of accommodations all over this happening city.
Address: 2/8 Fenkle St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5XU