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Newcastle Hotels

The city of Newcastle is the capital of the north-east with a very strong sense of identity and pride. Historically its importance stems back to that of most important British cities, its river. The river Tyne today has six bridges including the impressive Tyne Bridge ,which the Sydney Harbour Bridge was modelled on. Yet at one time it had only a Roman bridge which was guarded by Pons Aelius, a Roman fort.

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Whites Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.7/5

“Situated in the stylish and leafy suburb of Jesmond, our warm and welcoming hotel is just a few minutes from the centre of Newcastle, perfectly placed for both the business traveller and the tourist who wants to explore both the cosmopolitan city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the beautiful Northumbrian countryside that surrounds it.”

38-42 Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Rowers Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.6/5

“Our magnificent establishment has recently been completely refurbished and improved and now offers the finest in comfort, facilities and service. Not far from the centre of the Gateshead and only a short journey from Newcastle we have the ideal base for those who want to explore the delights of the area.”

St Omers Road, Dunston, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport
 
Guest Rating: 3.8/5

“Our location, just two minutes from Newcastle's International airport makes us perfectly situated for visitors arriving or leaving by air, or for those who want to travel around the area to explore the many attractions that the area has to offer.”

Ponteland, Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Hadrian Lodge Hotel
Guest Rating: 3.7/5

“Our location just a short distance from Newcastle City centre is ideal for exploring the delights of the city, whether it is for pleasure or for business. We provide our guests with superb accommodation, a high standard of attentive, discrete service and all at a reasonable price. ”

Amec Way, Hadrian Road, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Carlton Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.6/5

“Our superb establishment offers our guests a stylish and elegant setting from which to explore the delights of the City of Newcastle and the surrounding area. Our welcoming atmosphere, warm, genuine hospitality and attention to detail by our dedicated staff has made us a favourite for business and pleasure travellers. ”

82-86 Osborne Road, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Novotel Newcastle Airport
 
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Our extremely pleasant, modern hotel is family friendly and perfect for a family weekend break or longer holiday spent touring the area. Located close to the heart of the City of Newcastle we are ideally placed as a base for both the tourist or those with business in the city or one of the nearby commercial districts.”

Ponteland Rd, Kenton, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Thistle Newcastle City Centre, The County
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“A magnificent 19th century building in the centre of the city of Newcastle, perfect for those who want to spend time in the city, or are touring the surrounding area. We offer all our guests superb accommodation, plus a warm Geordie welcome and genuine hospitality throughout their stay.”

Neville Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Best Western New Kent Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Located not far from the centre of the city in a quiet, residential area, we have been welcoming guests to our warm and friendly establishment for over twenty years. We have built an enviable reputation for comfortable and stylish accommodation, excellent food and the warmth of the Geordie hospitality that all our guests receive during their stay. ”

127 Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Premier Inn Newcastle Team Valley
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“Our modern luxury hotel is situated within the Maingate Development on the edge of the Team Valley. Conveniently located close to the main A1, making us easy to find and perfect for guests who want to travel around area for pleasure or on business. ”

Maingate, Kingsway North, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Best Western Gibside Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Our warm and welcoming hotel is set in the old village centre of Whickham, just a few minutes travel from the centre of Newcastle. We offer our guests that perfect blend of good food, pleasant surroundings and friendly staff providing you with a genuine welcome.”

Front St, Whickham, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Cairn Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

“Jesmond is a lively area of Newcastle about 1500 metres from the city centre, the Metro station is two minutes away and provides a regular service into the city. Our cosy establishment offers a warm, homely setting for those visiting the area for pleasure and is convenient for those with business in the city.”

97/103 Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Holiday Inn Express Newcastle Metro Centre
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“Our location just off the A1 is ideal for visiting the City of Newcastle and the Metro centre. Whatever the reason for your visit, to experience the vibrant nightlife, to explore the many attractions that the region has to offer or perhaps you have business in one of the many towns or commercial areas, we have the perfect place to start from. ”

Clasper Way, Swalwel, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Jurys Inn Newcastle
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“We are conveniently placed in the heart of the city of Newcastle, just a short stroll from the main shopping area and perfect for both the tourist and the business user. Our modern hotel offers superbly comfortable accommodation and all the facilities that you would expect in an establishment of this quality. ”

Scotswood Road, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Royal Station Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“A superb city centre location, next to the main railway station and Metro System that makes travel around the region quick and easy, and within walking distance of the Quayside, theatres, restaurants and lively nightlife, we have the ideal location for the business user and those here for pleasure.”

Neville Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Village Urban Resort Newcastle
 
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Our modern, purpose built establishment has everything that todays traveller could possibly want in their choice of accommodation, plus much more. The perfect place for the tourist and the business traveller we offer excellent accommodation, a superb location with easy access to the city, and the highest level of friendly and courteous service.”

Cobalt Business Park, West Allotment, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Caledonian Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Our hotel, just a few minutes from Newcastle City centre and its industrial and commercial centres, we have the ideal base for the tourist and the business traveller. Wonderfully comfortable accommodation and excellent facilities, combined with a high level of northern hospitality is what we offer to all of our guests. ”

Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Holiday Inn Newcastle Gosforth Park
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“The perfect location for both the tourist and the business user. With easy access to all of the major road and rail systems, and just ten minutes from Newcastle International Airport we are easy to reach however you travel. You can look forward to a warm welcome, attentive service and comfortable accommodation during your time with us.”

Great North Road, Seaton Burn, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Copthorne Hotel Newcastle
 
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Located on the bank of the river Tyne in the heart of Newcastle's quayside district we have the perfect location for people who want to be in the heart of the city, close to the shops, clubs and theatres, and the commercial heart of the region.”

The Close, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne

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The Beamish Park Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

“Located in a rural setting, perfect for a peaceful and relaxing weekend break, a family holiday or for those who are here on business. An independent hotel that offers its guests superb accommodation, excellent food and attentive service from friendly staff, in a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere.”

Beamish Burn Road, Newcastle upon Tyne

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Mercure Newcastle George Washington Hotel Golf & Spa
 
Guest Rating: 3.9/5

“Our excellent establishment is located just a few miles from Newcastle City centre and convenient access to the major road network makes travel around the area quick and easy. The perfect location for both the business traveller and the tourist visiting the area to explore the many ancient, and modern, attractions.”

Stone Cellar Road, Newcastle upon Tyne

rooms from £68.00 View Prices
Newgate Hotel Newcastle
 
Guest Rating: 3.4/5

“Perfectly situated for business and pleasure we are located in the heart of this wonderful city. With easy access to all of the shops, clubs, bars, restaurants and theatres, and just minutes away from the commercial and financial districts we are the ideal place to make your base. ”

Newgate Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

rooms from £75.00 View Prices
The Vermont Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“Our impressive 12 storey, Manhattan Style tower boasts an unrivalled city centre position with ample on site complimentary car parking. Just a short walk to the main shopping centre, theatres, galleries, universities, main railway station and with direct access to the Quayside, we overlook the Castle, Cathedral and Millennium Bridge. ”

Castle Garth, Newcastle upon Tyne

rooms from £76.50 View Prices

 

The town had several different names through the years. It was once named Monkchester after monk settlers settled around the area. Its present name came from William the Conqueror's son who built a 'new castle' on the site of the old Roman fort.

Newcastle today is a very vibrant city, which has shrugged of its old image. It has a very warm sense of community and pride, not to mention its nightlife which is legendary.


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