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HOTELS IN NEWCASTLE

BOOKING YOUR HOTELS IN NEWCASTLE

Visit Newcastle upon Tyne: Your travel guide

Newcastle’s past was coloured with the blaze of coal and the glow of molten steel. Today, galleries and concert venues bring their own cultural light, while the thriving nightlife adds glitter to the mix. That said, it’s the locals who create the real colour to this Northern English city. There are plenty of hotels in Newcastle to book. All of them near anywhere you want to visit!

  • Best time to visit August  September  April according to 17,279 reviews
  • Lowest prices January
  • Hotels Average price £75

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Grey Street – Hotels in Newcastle

Get to know the Earl Grey of teatime fame and take a sip of Britishness on a street dedicated to the man himself. From the foot of the Earl’s 7-storey monument, Grey Street sweeps grandly before you. Tuck into a Full English at Blakes then revisit the swinging 60s in High Bridge’s vintage shops. For the best of British dance and drama the Theatre Royal has it all, and even a good old pantomime!

Quayside Area – Hotels in Newcastle

Quayside is Newcastle’s bar-hopping hotspot. Every weekend, the evening brings revellers in their droves, all looking to let their hair down in the various bars and clubs. Brewdog serves up craft beer for the discerning pub-goer, Aveika is Quayside’s cocktail capital and Pitcher & Piano is a high-end gastrobar overlooking the Tyne. After closing hours, head to Riverside Club for beats and treats.

The Gate Complex – Hotels in Newcastle

After dark, this leisure complex swaps shoppers for revellers. On rainy nights, the succession of bars under one roof is a real godsend – no wet hair, no running makeup and no soaked trousers. Take your pick from Opera Piano Bar, Players, Sam Jacks, Beyond and more.

St James’ Park – Hotels in Newcastle

Who said black and white was a thing of the past? The city’s football stadium is a star player in Newcastle’s line up. Follow the crowds of black and white football strips on match day as they stream from the city centre towards the stadium. If you’re not around to see the team play you can still take a peek behind the scenes, with stadium tours available daily.