Best Hotels in Newcastle
If you’re wanting to pop your heads into the Geordie HQ anytime soon it’s always good being in the know when it comes to the best places to stay in Newcastle.
Finding the right hotel for your adventure to Newcastle is no easy job but we’ve already done all the work for you so you can sit back, relax and spend more time planning other aspects of your visit. We’ve carefully selected the best 15 hotels in Newcastle that are suitable for a mixture of group sizes so you can get just what you want. Whether you’re a family of 4 or a large parade of friends, you can enjoy your stay with comfort and top-level service when going about your business. Let’s get straight to it…
1. Hotel Du Vin
Kicking off with a belter of a hotel is Hotel Du Vin. This very nautical themed hotel makes it perfect since its right next to the River with a view of all the bridges and cityscape, the best place to be if you’re staying in Newcastle. The hotel is of stunning Edwardian build complete with porthole windows and courtyard filled with ship ropes. It’s pricey but would certainly provide a very luxurious stay, has 24-hour service and free Wi-Fi.
Allan House | Website
2. The Vermont Hotel
Right next to the Castle Keep, the imposing building in which Vermont is housed in really does make for an impressive entrance. Once stepping inside the grand doors and over the red carpet, you’ll instantly feel wealthier as this is undoubtably the Ritz of Newcastle. You’ll have a wide choice of extravagant rooms over 6 floors, 4 bars and all the grandeur you could ever hope for. It’s the luxurious feel of the 1930s mixed with the contemporary elegance that really makes this place special …plus its just two minutes away from the train station.
Castle Garth | Website
If you’re searching for budget places to stay in Newcastle then grab a bargain with Sleeperz. Offering all the essentials of what you’d expect from a hotel, Sleeperz is surprisingly very stylish and very contemporary in style with plenty of décor to please the eye. There are a whopping 98 rooms available, 77 of them being double rooms which provide generous space and comfort. Close to the railway station, the huge modern glass building is far from difficult to find. If you want to stray away from spending too much and prefer the new to the old, then this is a solid choice. Have a browse through some of the amazing hotels in Prague.
15 Westgate Rd | Website
4. Sandman Signature
Nestled in the middle of all the city’s top attractions, this hotel is both convenient and provides all the luxuries you’d want on your stay. Once the Scottish and Newcastle Brewery, the building itself has history and it’s nice to see the hotel pay homage to its past. The hotel offers all the mod cons including a gym, 24 hour front desk, room service, Shark Club Gastro Bar and even pets being allowed to stay in certain rooms. Check out some of the best breakfasts in Newcastle for your stay.
Gallowgate | Website
5. Jurys Inn Newcastle
This majestic city centre hotel has a huge number of rooms totalling at 274 with each and every one providing quality style and comfort. Since it’s a big nationwide chain too, you can count on the service being excellent. The hotel itself is just down the road from the railway station, next to the river and near top attractions making it a very conveniently located hotel. If you love coffee then you’ll pleased to know Costa has a home in the hotel too. What a bonus! You can have one amazing night out in this city so make sure you explore all the best pubs in Newcastle.
Scotswood Rd | Website
6. Copthorne Hotel
This hotel is so close to the quayside, it has all 156 rooms facing towards the river which makes it a top contender if you want a room with a view. The hotel is very modern inside and out which means its spacious and a real eye pleaser. There’s on-site car parking and isn’t too far away from the railway station either so getting to the hotel is as easy as pie. There’s the Quay7 restaurant available for a bite to eat and a beverage which has proven to be very popular with past visitors. Nearby you’ll find all the shopping, nightlife and tourist attractions you could want when staying in Newcastle.
The Close | Website
7. Travelodge Quayside
One of the best budget hotel chains found up and down the country, Travelodge is consistent where you always know what you get. Cheap and cheerful, rooms tend to be as little as £35 a night but provide all the basics like good accessibility, en-suite rooms and a contemporary feel. The onsite restaurant provides tasty meals day and night and the handy location next to the river gives it enough oomph to make your stay pleasurable and memorable. Here are some of the best hotels in Brighton.
Riverview Close | Website
8. Hampton by Hilton
Located right next to the train station and at the centre of all the action, Hampton is colourful, stylish and great value for money. This hotel is a great mix of convenience and modern luxury and comes at a very fair price. The breakfast is served daily and is totally free with whichever room you choose plus there’s a fitness centre which is also free to all guests. Parking is available but isn’t free and costs £7, so it’s probably better taking the train. Check out some of these amazing things to do in Newcastle during your weekend.
Neville St | Website
9. Motel One
Let’s jump straight in! Children 12 and under can stay in the parent’s room for free which is perfect if you have little ones staying in Newcastle with you. The breakfast is healthy with organic produce and Fairtrade coffee with facilities in rooms to make your own too. Pets are also welcome but you must contact reception before arrival. Experience rich contrasts between the old and new with an industrial brick façade on the outside, but modern and comfortable rooms on the inside.
15-25 High Bridge | Website
10. Hotel Indigo
148 individually styled rooms and 103 on-site parking spaces makes this a busy and ‘right in the action’ 4-star hotel. There’s high speed Wi-Fi throughout all the rooms and even a renowned Marco Pierre White steakhouse bar and grill you can call into when you want a tasty meal. It’s less than 5 minutes walk to and from the train station which puts it in a prime location. Everything from the fabrics on the chairs to the wall art has splashes of colour which adds a very artistic and homely feel to the atmosphere.
2/8 Fenkle St | Website
11. Malmaison Newcastle
This medium-high priced hotel is very luxurious inside and consists of 122 rooms each with power showers, free super-fast Wi-Fi and comfy beds. The styling of the décor is rather quirky as it’s both the class from the past with an ever so slight modern touch. There’s a semi-botanical vibe at the bar with huge paintings hanging and comfy sofas to lounge on where you’ll feel like kings (or queens) of the castle. The Chez Mal Brasseries happily serves quality meals all day long.
104 Quayside | Website
12. Crowne Plaza Newcastle
This well-known UK chain has built a reputation over the years of being the place to go if you want a fancy stay anywhere. Even though there’s plenty of classy hotels in Newcastle to choose from, this one has an indoor pool as part of its fitness centre, making it stand out from others on this list. Hawthorns serves as the hotel’s lavish restaurant with The Gin Bar being the place to go for a few drinks both come with quality service. You can even upgrade your room to have complimentary snacks and wait for it… unlimited alcoholic beverages every evening from 5:30 to 7pm.
Hawthorn Sq | Website
13. County Hotel
One of Newcastle’s original hotels built way back in 1874 must be doing something very right if it’s still going today. In close proximity to the train station, it’s easy to find and impress to look at from the outside as it is inside. This luxury hotel combines the class and sophistication of the early 1900’s with today’s modern comfort and accessibility to create perfect harmony between old and new and a cosy atmosphere. It’s so posh, even a doorman will show you to the desk concierge along the red carpet.
Neville St | Website
14. Staybridge Suites
A bit more towards the pricier side, staying at Staybridge Suites is only for those who crave utmost luxury within a modern room. The price is fully justified of course, all guestrooms have a living space, fully equipped kitchen and compilatory Wi-Fi. On top of that, there’s on-site parking, a fitness studio, laundry facilities and a 24/7 reception. It’s not just a place to stay, it’s more of a second home, granting you way more freedom than just any other hotel.
Buxton St | Website
15. Ramada by Wyndham
Although on the other side of the river compared to the rest of the options, Ramada packs a punch that could be worth the extra time on your journey into the centre. The dramatic urban views of the quayside and stunning modern finish is enough reason in itself to stay here. There’s a bar, restaurant, buffet-breakfast, onsite parking, a gym, ATMs, 24-hour service and its also pet-friendly. That’s just a tip of the iceberg for this place, it really is an all-in-one place to stay.
Hawks Rd | Website