The Gate Hotels Complex in Newcastle
The Gate is also next to Newcastle’s Chinatown and just up from the Bigg Market.
St James’ Park is only a short 5 minute walk away, making it a great base for travelling fans coming to see a ‘Toon‘ match!
This fabulous boutique Newcastle hotel offers quirky, 4-star accommodation 2 minutes walk from Newcastle’s Central Station.
The rooms are striking and unique, there is a fantastic Marco Pierre White restaurant on site.
Each room is stylish in design, and has a complimentary mini bar, large bed and a bathroom with a rainfall shower and free toiletries. Benefits also include a flat-screen satellite TV and facilities for making tea and coffee.
Location: Fenkle Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5XU
St James’ Park is a 10-minute walk from this Hotel Indigo. Grey’s Monument and the city’s popular shopping area can be reached in 5 minutes on foot.
Wi-Fi is free throughout the building.
Featuring free WiFi, Dream Apartments Newcastle offers accommodation in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Well placed in the centre of the city in the famous party area of Newcastle known as the ‘Bigg Market‘.
The Theatre Royal is only a short walk away, just 350 yards from the property.
St James’ Park is 650 yards from Dream Apartments Newcastle, while Northumbria University is 900 yards away.
Location: 19 Bigg Market NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NE1 1UN
This Hotel/Hostel is right in the centre of Newcastle and its famously vibrant nightlife, Heroes boasts an excellent location right in the centre of Newcastle’s major club and bar area.
Heroes Hostel-Hotel is in the City Centre and is in a redeveloped Victorian Building. It has 11 bedrooms over 3 floors, comprising Twin & Triple Bunk Beds in 11 rooms for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 persons. All of the 11 rooms are en-suite with shower, toilet & wash basin.
It is 10 metres from the famous ‘Bigg Market‘. The Bigg Market gets its name from a type of coarse barley, known as Bigg barley, that was widely sold from the stalls in the middle ages when it was the site of a thriving marketplace that formed an important part of the Great North Road. The Bigg Market sometimes gets a bad name for it’s rough and readiness but it can often be overhyped. A traditional drinking area for many years it may be in need of a little TLC but is still great for a night out. You won’t find pretentious, modern or trendy bars here but it has some great cheap places to party and is still popular with students.
Location: 71 Grainger Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5JE
Newcastle Rail Station is only a 5-minute walk away.
Eldon Square Shopping Centre and The Gate entertainment complex, with its bars and cinema, are both 5 minutes’ walk away.