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Jurys Inn Newcastle 4 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Jurys Inn Newcastle is in the city centre, 500 metres from Newcastle Train Station. It has large and light en-suite rooms with power showers. Location close to train station. Easy access.

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7.9
Good
6,841 reviews
Price from
£37.80
per night

Royal Station Hotel- Part of the Cairn Collection 3 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Royal Station Hotel is well-located in the heart of Newcastle city centre, adjoining Newcastle Train Station and the Metro system. Comfortable room and bed, windows can be opened for fresh air. Fantastic healthclub :-)

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7.9
Good
7,459 reviews
Price from
£41.65
per night

Maldron Hotel Newcastle 4 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Situated in Newcastle City Centre, Maldron Hotel features free WiFi and a private court yard. This hotel is definitely worth staying at- great location, comfortable beds, very clean, well-equipped ( a hairdryer, an iron , an eletric kettle, some tea, coffee, sugar and milk, a safe). And the staff is very helpful - they helped me print my boarding pass and other document.

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9.1
Superb
8,833 reviews
Price from
£63
per night

Crowne Plaza Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter, an IHG Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

We are thrilled to open our hotel to ALL guests again. Hawthorn Restaurant and club lounge are fully open now. Breakfast is served as full English buffet. Location, spa + friendly staff

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8.6
Fabulous
4,666 reviews
Price from
£72.25
per night

Sleeperz Hotel Newcastle 3 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

A stylish air-conditioned hotel just 300 metres from Newcastle Railway Station, within a 2-minute walk of the central bars and restaurants. The room is small but the space well designed so that you don’t feel squeezed and you have everything you need during the stay. Very great value accommodation.

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8.4
Very good
4,940 reviews
Price from
£55
per night

Jurys Inn Newcastle Quayside 4 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Overlooking the River Tyne and the Millennium Bridge, the Jurys Inn Newcastle Quays is just 2 minutes’ walk from the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. Hotel was clean and comfortable, very good location. Staff was very accommodating, will try their best to give your requests. Breakfast was good, with a lot of selections.

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7.9
Good
5,659 reviews
Price from
£42
per night

Grand Hotel Gosforth Park 4 stars

Hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

In 12 acres of parkland next to Newcastle Racecourse, this 4-star Grand Hotel Gosforth Park is just 10 minutes’ drive from Newcastle’s centre. Room only for the Great North Run. The man on reception was so helpful and accommodating with our last minute request to change one of our room bookings from 2 to 1 night (unlike Booking.com's ridiculous rule which means you can only change all the rooms or none of the rooms).

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7.9
Good
5,489 reviews
Price from
£37
per night

Motel One Newcastle 3 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Motel One Newcastle boasts modern features, and is centrally located just a 2-minute walk to the historic city centre. Superb hotel in a smart, traditional side street in the heart of the beautiful shopping area. We received a very warm welcome in the very cool, modern and spacious foyer. Rooms were small but very comfortable, with a good hot shower, comfy beds, nice linen and towels. TV and nice lighting made it really inviting. Breakfast was pastries, toast, fruit, cereal and cold cut selection, nice tea and coffee, juice etc all served in a lovely dining space. Stepping out into shopping/bar/restaurant land made it so handy and about a 5 minute walk from the station. The staff were so helpful, booking tacos to collect us from the door when needed and also giving tips on places to eat and drink. Bit lively at weekends but then all quiet after 11. The noise didn’t bother us before then tbh. And the price was amazing. One of the very best hotels I think I’ve ever stayed in when you weigh all this up. Oh, and there’s a bar too!

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9
Superb
4,348 reviews
Price from
£69
per night

Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle 4 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

With a sports bar and grill restaurant, this hotel has a fitness centre and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle is next to St James’ Park, home of Newcastle FC. Everything was great. Definitely worth the money. Extremely central, lovely, big, tidy, clean room. Very pleasant staff. Later check out was ideal!

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8.2
Very good
4,103 reviews
Price from
£64
per night

Hampton by Hilton Newcastle 3 stars

Hotel in Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Conveniently located in the heart of the city, Hampton by Hilton Newcastle is directly opposite Newcastle Central Station and a stone's throw away from the iconic Quayside. The best location, very clean and comfortable facilities

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8.6
Fabulous
4,705 reviews
Price from
£58
per night

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The Spirit of the North

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 Centre, 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 Centre, Europe’s largest shopping and leisure complex. Indeed, these 2 cities have a healthy rivalry that plays out in sport, architecture and, sometimes, the bizarre.

Gateshead boasts the Angel of The North, a huge statue that is already its most recognised (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 accommodation all over this happening city.

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