Set in the cosmopolitan Quayside area, this 4-star hotel sits right on the Tyne and has spectacular views of the river and its famous bridges. More importantly, the Newcastle Quayside area is notorious for its nightlife – regularly listed as one of the Top Ten Party Cities in the UK. This hotel sits just a minute’s walk from a whole host of high-end bars and restaurants, combining drinking with stunning views (of both the river and the beautiful people). And if you want to venture deeper into Newcastle, you’re only a short walk from the Diamond Strip, for more of the city’s swankiest bars, clubs and strip joints.
This lovely boutique hotel is slap-bang in the middle of lively Newcastle. The hotel is set in the bustling Grainger Town area, just two minutes from Central Station and only 10 from the iconic St James' Park. The notorious Bigg Market, the illustrious Diamond Strip (of Geordie Shore fame) and the famous Gate complex are all within walking distance – and the nightlife is legendary. The guestrooms are bright and spacious, with TVs, room service and even spa-inspired rainfall showers. And, this place also has the best steaks in Toon – home of the award-winning Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill.
This hotel is smart, contemporary and exceptionally stylish. You pay a little more for a hotel with this much class, but you definitely get bang for your buck. Most of the rooms have additional features, such as a fridge, microwave and a sleek three-piece bathroom suite, which make it feel more like a small apartment than a hotel room. This central location means it’s easy to get around, whatever you decide to do. You’ve got Newcastle’s legendary Bigg Market, the glamorous Diamond Strip and the Quayside – a whole host of upmarket bars and restaurants and stunning views of the river and its famous bridges, which look magnificent at night time.
Thornton Street Apartments
These apartments are located right in the city centre, just a stone’s throw from Newcastle Central Station. With many of the city’s best restaurants, bars and tourist attractions right on your doorstep, you won’t be short of things to see and do (and drink) on your Newcastle stag do. With sleek, modern decor throughout, these apartments give you the best of city living. They are fully equipped with all the mod cons, including a TV with Freeview for that hangover day, so you’ll have everything you need to feel at home during your stay.
Britannia Newcastle Airport
Not too far from the centre, this 3-star hotel is traditional and friendly – just like the Geordie temperament itself. The bedrooms feature classic decor – grand furnishings – and all have en-suite bathrooms. The Old Rangoon Restaurant serves a hearty English or Continental breakfast in the morning and the evening menu is upmarket with an emphasis on European cuisine. There is a cocktail bar that is open day and night, but you’re also just a hop, skip and a jump away from Newcastle – and our hometown won’t disappoint when it comes to the nightlife. Put it this way, you’ll be thankful you’ve got a Full English breakfast to sort you out the next morning.
Holiday Inn Express Metro Centre
This hotel is just a few minutes in a taxi to Newcastle’s notorious nightlife on the infamous Quayside, which is packed with upmarket bars, restaurants and beautiful people. Located just off the A1, this hotel is easy to get to if you’re planning on a road trip, and you’ll even pass our beautiful Angel of the North en route. The hotel is right next to the Metro Centre, if you fancy a wander around the shops, but best of all, this hotel throws in free Sky Sports and a fry-up the next morning – so you can count on a recovery breakfast to soak up the drinks from the night before.
Holiday Inn Express City
Set in the heart of the city centre, this hotel is bang-on for location. You’re just a few minutes' from the train station and St. James’ Park (if you fancy a kick-about, obviously) but more importantly, you’re in walking distance to all of Newcastle’s nightlife hot-spots with loads of options right on your doorstep. You’ve got the legendary Bigg Market, well-known for dedicated boozers, the Diamond Strip, for a more upmarket-vibe (think cocktails and beautiful women) and the infamous Newcastle Quayside, with a whole host of swanky bars and restaurants in front of the picturesque River Tyne and its famous bridges.
Jurys Inn Gateshead Quays
This hotel is located just a few minutes’ walk from Newcastle’s notorious nightlife, along the stunning Quayside. With amazing views of the River Tyne and Millennium Bridge, this hotel has the heart of the city on its doorstep and there are loads of upmarket bars and restaurants to choose from. If you fancy straying from the Quayside area, you’re close enough to walk to Newcastle’s other bars, clubs, strip-joints and casinos. The hotel has a riverside bar and restaurant, serving everything from good old-fashioned fish and chips to three-course meals including succulent fillet steaks (if you want to eat like a true gent).
Situated slap-bang in the city centre, this hotel is perfectly located for enjoying everything that this dynamic party city has to offer. You’re in easy walking distance to all of Newcastle’s notorious nightlife hot-spots – you’ve got the infamous Bigg Market or The Gate, which has plenty of bars, restaurants and a casino all under one roof. But if you want to do Newcastle in style, we’d recommend that you head down to the Quayside, which is jam-packed with bars and clubs with stunning views. The hotel has its own restaurant and bar but you’re in the city centre with loads of exciting establishments right on your doorstep.
Mercure George Washington
This 3-star hotel is located just outside of the hustle and bustle of city centre, so you boys can get a good night’s kip after spending the night clubbing ‘til the early hours. The hotel is surrounded by a fantastic golf course, with many of the rooms overlooking this. The rooms are stylish and contemporary - an ideal place to lay your head at night. The hotel has an a la carte restaurant, where you and the boys can dine like kings before you head out into the city centre. There is also a state of the art spa, so you can rest and recoup the morning after.
Located on the infamous Osborne Road in Jesmond, this street is often likened to Newcastle Quayside, and has firmly established itself as the ultimate place to start your night out in the Toon. Most of the bars and restaurants are located within about a hundred yards of each other and are connected by their beer gardens on the front street. This place is always packed come rain or shine and has an upmarket feel to it. The hotel is smart and contemporary with open fires, exposed brickwork and a stylish bar. It has an adjoining restaurant, but there’s a whole host of other dining options within easy walking distance if you fancy stretching your legs for dinner or a fry-up the next morning.
Located in the vibrant Gateshead Quayside area, this hotel is just minutes from one of the UK's most exciting party destinations - Newcastle Quayside. Renowned for its lively nightlife, there are loads of up-market bars to choose from, all set against the stunning backdrop of the River Tyne and the magnificent Millennium Bridge, which lights up at night. The hotel is bright and contemporary with cutting-edge architecture and modern decor and the rooms have laminate flooring and stylish bathrooms. There's also a fitness suite if you're feeling dedicated, and a restaurant, The Hub, with an extensive menu. But you have a whole host of restaurants to choose from in walking distance.
The County Hotel
Located directly opposite the train station, this hotel is like Newcastle itself - a mixture of old and new. It has retained some of its authentic Victorian features whilst being brought up to date with modern and contemporary fittings, so this is the place to go if you are wanting to stay in a spiffing hotel with quintessentially British grandeur. The hotel’s central location gives you Newcastle’s notorious nightlife on a platter. You’re in easy walking distance of the infamous Bigg Market and the attractive Diamond Strip, as well as a whole host of other bars, pubs, clubs, restaurants, strip joints and a casino.
This ultra-modern hotel is situated just a few minutes in a taxi from the city centre. The rooms are stylish and all have en-suite bathrooms – triple rooms aren’t standard, but can easily be arranged upon request. There are plenty of cafés, pubs and restaurants in this little urban village – and plenty more in Newcastle itself. The hotel bar has regular tribute acts – okay, it may be more of a hen thing, but we won’t judge you if you ‘accidentally’ end up drunkenly watching the Dirty Dancing performance! There is also a gym, swimming pool and a spa offering treatments to sort out your aching heads the morning after.
This hostel is set right in the heart of Newcastle, so you’re in the right place to get fully involved in the city’s madcap nightlife. Banish any thoughts you have of hostels being scruffy student digs – this place is clean and modern, with a variety of different private room options available. There is a chill-out area for lazy days (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 dine at The Warehouse Rooms; a trendy converted industrial space, all exposed brickwork, tall windows and gastro pub food.