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Best Hotels in Newcastle

Newcastle Introduction

Newcastle upon Tyne is a vibrant, historic city in North East England. It's surrounded by rolling countryside, ancient Roman settlements, windswept beaches, castles and museums, meaning there's much to see and do. The city itself has a blend of industrial and contemporary architecture, which can be seen by the River Tyne. Newcastle is also home to incredible shopping, dining and nightlife, focused around the Quayside and the Bigg Market. Whether you wish to walk on the beach, take in a football game or explore monuments and museums, you can do it all in Newcastle.

Hotels in Newcastle

Newcastle hotels are a mix of budget, mid-range and luxury accommodations located in and around the city centre, the Quayside and Jesmond. Cheap Newcastle hotels offer breakfast, and comfortable rooms with ensuite facilities, while luxury hotels in Newcastle are tailored towards discerning travellers seeking a central location and more amenities. Most 3-, 4- and 5-star hotels offer free WiFi and parking, and many have in-house restaurants. There are fitness rooms, saunas and hotels close to golf courses, plus several hotels in Newcastle feature bars with a happy hour, providing a great place to relax following a day of shopping and sightseeing.

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Where to stay

If you wish to be in the heart of the action, close to shops, bars and nightlife, choose discount hotels close to Newcastle Central Station. These hotels offer easy access to the Cathedral Church of St Nicholas, Life Science Centre, Discovery Museum and Chinatown. Should you prefer to wake up near the banks of the River Tyne, there are budget chain hotels and luxury accommodations close to the bustling Quayside. With waterside dining, stylish bars and stunning scenery to admire, this location is great for couples and groups of friends seeking a combination of culture and lively nightlife.

Things to see

One of the most striking things about Newcastle is its diversity. It's a blend of modern and traditional, where stylish bars and buzzing restaurants converge with old industrial mills and warehouses by the river. One of the city's iconic landmarks is the Millennium Bridge, which spans the River Tyne, leading from the Quayside to neighbouring Gateshead. Newcastle is also filled with exciting museums, including the Discovery Museum, an interactive maritime and history museum, and the Great North Museum, where you can learn all about life in the North East. You can't visit Newcastle without visiting its old castle. This stone fortress dates to the 1100s and gives incredible views of the city and the river. There are also fascinating sites outside the city. You can walk along Hadrian's Wall to ancient Roman settlements, visit Alnwick Castle, where the Harry Potter movies were filmed, or take a romantic stroll along beautiful sandy beaches at nearby Tynemouth.

How to get to Newcastle

There are several ways you can reach Newcastle. The first is by car, via the A1 motorway, which runs from north to south, or on the A69 from Carlisle, to the west. If arriving by train, there are regular services from London and Edinburgh to Newcastle, and several rail and bus services from the west. The city has Metro and bus stations which can transport you throughout the Tyne and Wear region to Gateshead, Sunderland, Tynemouth and Newcastle Airport. There's a ferry port offering several crossings a week from Holland, and an International airport 6 miles north-west of the city.

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