Royal Station Hotel Newcastle
Royal Station Hotel Newcastle is well-located in the heart of Newcastle city center, adjoining Newcastle Train Station and the Metro system. The Grade I listed hotel has an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and free WiFi.
Spacious rooms each include a TV, telephone, work area and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. There is a 24-hour room service menu.
At the Royal Station Hotel Newcastle guests can enjoy a meal in the Empire Bar and Restaurant. Furnished with dark wood tables and with a contemporary feel, it offers a menu supported by a large selection of wines, beers and spirits. Jalou bar offers a lively alternative to enjoy evening drinks while listening to music from the DJ until late.
Royal Station Hotel Newcastle’s leisure club is well-equipped with a spa bath, a steam room with cold plunge pool, and a modern fitness area.
Newcastle’s shops and bars and the football stadium are all within 10 minutes’ walk or a short ride on the Metro.
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: Neville St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5DH