This 4-star beauty sits along the Quayside and offers a little bit of luxury, with plush, minimalist interiors and contemporary comforts. You can also work-out or wind-down in Le Club (oui, that’s French, don’t you know), the hotel’s on-site gym. For fine dining, the hotel’s restaurant has an à la carte menu and panoramic views of the river, but you have endless dining options on your doorstep at this hotel. Newcastle’s Quayside is known for its vibrant nightlife and this hotel sits just a minute’s walk from its extensive high-end bars and restaurants.
Stay in Newcastle's finest, 4-star boutique hotel. Boasting a prime location in the lively city – this place is in the bustling Grainger Town area, two minutes from Central Station and super close to the stream of shops in the centre. The glitzy Diamond Strip (home to Geordie Shore), the madcap Bigg Market and popular Gate complex are even within walking distance of the front door. The tasteful and individually decorated rooms are contemporary, with complimentary bathroom toiletries and spa-inspired rainfall showers. And, the famous Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill also calls this hotel home.
This hotel is smart, chic and incredibly stylish – we think it’s the bee’s knees. It’s slightly pricier than some of our other options, but fear not - that extra dollar isn’t just for its glossy, contemporary decor, it has substance too - with additional features such as a fridge, microwave and three-piece bathroom that make your room feel more like an apartment than a hotel room. Situated right in the heart of Newcastle, you’re in the perfect location to do, well, whatever you please! You’ve got high-street shops, boutiques, restaurants, bars and clubs all within a couple of minutes’ walk.
Thornton Street Apartments
These chic apartments are located right in the heart of Newcastle, just a couple of minutes’ walk from Central Station and slap bang in the middle of many of the city’s restaurants, bars, clubs and attractions. You’ll never be stuck for something to do during your stay in our Geordie hometown, that’s for sure. The apartments have sleek, modern decor and are fully equipped, so you can just turn up and get started. They provide an excellent base from which to enjoy your last night of freedom in the Toon, and it's also a fantastic place to recover the next day!
Britannia Newcastle Airport
This 3-star hotel is as welcoming and friendly as the infamous Geordie persona itself. The decor is traditional and comfortable with plush finishings – and all of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. The Old Rangoon Restaurant serves a Full English or Continental breakfast and the evening menu is upmarket with a focus on European cuisine. There is a cocktail bar that is open throughout the day as well as the night but you’re close to Newcastle city centre for the bars and clubs too - and the Geordie nightlife is everything that legend says. You’ll be thanking your lucky stars for that Full English breakfast the next morning.
Holiday Inn Express Metro Centre
This hotel offers fantastic value-for-money and is just a couple of miles from the hustle and bustle of Newcastle’s city centre – meaning you can delve into Newcastle’s notorious nightlife and then retreat back to your room away from all the noisy lads and lasses out on the Toon. Situated just off the A1, this hotel is easy-peasy to get to if you’re driving – and you’ll pass our lovely Angel of the North en-route. It’s right next to the Metro Centre too, if you fancy some retail therapy whilst you’re there. The hotel also throws in a free breakfast buffet, so you can count on a hearty recovery meal the morning after the night before.
Holiday Inn Express City
Ideally placed in the middle of the Toon, this hotel offers excellent value-for-money and is in the perfect location for your weekend away. Not only are you right amongst the shops if you fancy some retail therapy, but you’re in walking distance of all of Newcastle’s night-life hotspots. You’re also close to the train station, for that journey back home when you’re feeling ropey. You’ve got the notorious Bigg Market (where drinking and dancing is a serious business), The Diamond Strip for a more upmarket vibe (think trendy – all cocktails, champagne and stylish bars) and, of course, the infamous Newcastle Quayside.
Jurys Inn Gateshead Quays
The Jurys Inn is just minutes from the stream of attractive upmarket bars, restaurants and clubs along the picturesque river-front. This statuesque hotel has spacious bedrooms and stunning views of the Tyne and the Millennium Bridge, which is colourfully lit up at night. The hotel has a bar menu with lots of classic dishes, but there is also a contemporary restaurant serving three-course meals that include succulent steaks and fillets of sea bass - if you’re feeling like something a bit more sophisticated. Or for even more pizzazz, there’s a glass rooftop restaurant only minutes away at The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art – very fancy.
Set in the heart of Newcastle, this hotel has the vibrant city centre right on its doorstep – perfectly placed for enjoying all the city has to offer. Most importantly, this hotel places you right in the middle of Newcastle’s notorious nightlife. You’re in easy walking distance to the infamous Quayside and The Diamond Strip. You’re also close to the infamous Bigg Market (known for its more ‘dedicated’ drinkers) and The Gate, which is full of bars and Newcastle’s top casino. The hotel has its own restaurant and bar, but you’re so centrally placed that you might as well explore the city and wander to venues nearby – there’s plenty to choose from.
Mercure George Washington
Located in the outskirts of Newcastle, this 3-star hotel is an oasis of calm during your lively Newcastle hen weekend. The beautifully decorated rooms are a fabulous place to lay your head at night and many of the guest rooms boast wonderful views of the surrounding golf course. The hotel’s Orangery Restaurant, overlooking the picturesque course, serves an extensive a la carte menu and is the perfect place to kick off the hen weekend celebrations. You can also relax, unwind and shake off the cobwebs in the luxurious state of the art spa.
Situated in an elegant city-suburb location, this boutique hotel combines luxury and style with a vibrant bar scene. There’s a fantastic party atmosphere, with bars spilling out into the street come rain or shine – perfect beer garden action in the summer and filled with fairy lights and heaters in the winter. Most bars here have a late licence but you’re just a few minutes from the city centre if you want to jump in a taxi and hit more of Newcastle’s bars and clubs. The hotel is kitted out with an urban contemporary feel – open fires, exposed brickwork, a plush bar. Each bedroom has its own individual style, from ‘Spacious Mediterranean’ to ‘Chic Boutique’, or you can upgrade to one of their new Luxe Boutique Rooms with luxury duvets and billowy feather pillows - perfect for a peaceful, dreamy sleep (or, erm, passing-out at the end of a long night!).
Nestled in the dynamic Gateshead Quayside area, this hotel is just a short walk to the city's most attractive and popular locations for bars, clubs and restaurants. The quayside area is known for its vibrant and exciting nightlife and there are lots of upmarket bars to choose from, as well as stunning views of the River Tyne and the rotating Millennium Bridge, which is lit up colourfully after dark. And if you're after some extra wow factor, there's a glass rooftop restaurant with spectacular views of the city at night. The hotel has a bright and contemporary feel with polished decor and modern amenities.
The County Hotel
Situated directly opposite the railway station, this 3-star hotel is like the city itself – a beautiful mix of old and new. As a Grade II listed building, this hotel has retained its authentic Victorian grandeur but has been sympathetically restored and brought up-to-date with contemporary finishings. This is the perfect choice for old-fashioned luxury in a vibrant city location. The hotel’s central location means that you have the city at your fingertips and you’re in easy walking distance of Newcastle’s infamous nightlife. You’re just a few minutes from The Diamond Strip and Newcastle’s Quayside, which is a must go for its high end bars and picturesque location.
This hotel is located just a few minutes in a taxi from the city centre - the perfect location if you’re wanting to rest and recoup away from the mayhem of the Toon. It is modern and stylish and all the rooms have en-suite bathrooms – triple rooms can easily be arranged upon request. There are various coffee shops, pubs and restaurants in this resort – and plenty more in Newcastle itself. This hotel has an upmarket urban spa offering treatments that promise to make you feel special. For an even more girly night, the hotel bar has regular tribute acts – Abba, Dirty Dancing or Michael Bublé to swoon over.
Forget any misconceptions you have about hostels being like run-down student digs, this city centre hostel is smart and modern and a bit trendy. The rooms are clean and simple and there a variety of private room options to choose from, including a VIP suite if you want something a bit more special for your hen weekend. There is a chill-out room for lazy days (it’s basically a room full of bean bags and a TV for your hangover) and Full English and Continental breakfasts are served in the mornings. You can also eat at The Warehouse Rooms, which is all exposed brickwork and a little bit trendy.