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Where to stay in Newcastle

Newcastle has a range of accommodation from budget to luxury, city centre to airport and B&B to apartments and hotels.  Newcastle-Upon-Tyne is famous for its lively nightlife, vibrant arts scene and unique Geordie culture. If you hire a car, it's the perfect base for getting out and exploring Northumberland: beautiful countryside dotted with Roman ruins including Hadrian's Wall. Cheap hotels in Newcastle are a favourite with stag and hen parties, as well as people who fancy a city break in the north. With so many great apartments, hotels, hostels and B&Bs to choose from, we've put together a quick guide on where to stay in Newcastle.

 

For tips on what to see and do, read our guide to the best things to do in Newcastle.

 

Hotels in Newcastle city centre

Newcastle city centre is very small and walkable. Whether you choose a modern hotel on the quayside or a luxury hotel near Northumberland Street, getting around the city centre on foot (or bicycle) is a piece of cake. There are lots of great places to stay in Newcastle, whatever your budget. These are just a few examples of what's on offer.

 

Cheap hotels in Newcastle

1. Heroes Hotel

This hotel-cum-hostel is bang-smack in the centre of Newcastle, just 10m from Bigg Market. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi and television.

2. Surtees Hotel

This townhouse hotel offers modern, no-frills accommodation on a trendy street walking distance from the Quayside.

3. Tune Hotel, Newcastle

This basic hotel makes the perfect no-frills base for exploring the city. Some rooms have no windows, but when you're exploring all day and partying all night who cares about the view?

 

Mid-Range hotels in Newcastle

1. Grey Street Hotel

This boutique hotel has a private cellar bar (where you can enjoy a cocktail making class or two). The rooms are all well-appointed, but the suites steal the show with their luxury toiletries and iPod docking stations.

2. Copthorne Hotel, Newcastle

Located right on the Quayside, most of the rooms at this hotel have a view across the River Tyne with its iconic bridges. The hotel has its own restaurant, beer garden, and fitness centre complete with a swimming pool.

3. Hotel Indigo, Newcastle

This modern hotel has a steak restaurant, cocktail bar, business centre and fitness room. You can upgrade to a room with a balcony.

 

Luxury hotels in Newcastle

1. Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle

This modern hotel sits in the former headquarters of Scottish and Newcastle Brewery. Suites have kitchens, seating areas and their own private balconies. The rooftop fitness centre lets you enjoy the view while you pump iron.

2. Malmaison Newcastle

Comfortable beds, an excellent restaurant and beautiful rooms define this hotel on the banks of the Tyne.

3. Crowne Plaza Newcastle Stephenson Quarter

The hotel has its own gin bar, restaurant, spa, fitness centre and swimming pool so you don't even need to leave the premises to have a good time in Newcastle.

 

Newcastle Airport hotels

If your flight from Newcastle Airport is eye-poppingly early, we recommend treating yourself to a hotel near Newcastle Airport. It's definitely better than trying to sleep on the terminal floor, and means you can set your alarm (slightly) later. These are a few of the best Newcastle Airport hotels.

1. Novotel Newcastle Airport

This family (and budget) friendly hotel is just 5 minutes' away from the airport. It has an indoor pool and sauna, and on sunny days you can enjoy breakfast on the terrace.

2. Metro Inns Newcastle

This no-frills hotel is about ten minutes' from the airport. As well as a bar, the hotel has a 24 hour reception desk and some vending machines for late night snacks.

 

Alternative accommodation in Newcastle

Not a fan of hotels? No problem. With Skyscanner you can search through a range of different accommodation types to find somewhere to suit you and your travel needs.

 

Apartments in Newcastle

1. Premier Suites, Newcastle

Formerly known as Premier Apartments, this aparthotel has a range of one and two bedroom suites with all the home comforts you need. Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, free toiletries and a 32" plasma screen TV.

2. Staybridge Suites, Newcastle

This aparthotel is about ten minutes' walk from the lively Quayside area. Breakfast and Wi-Fi are included, and there's an on-site laundrette in case you need to wash your favourite going-out togs.

3. 93A Grey Street Apartments

These luxury apartments are bang-smack in the heart of Newcastle. Features include leather couches, Wi-Fi and flat screen televisions.

 

Hostels in Newcastle

1. Albatross Backpackers In!

The 150 year old building lends plenty of character to this already quirky hostel. Murals of Ant and Dec, anyone? The chill out cellar (with free pool and table football) is the perfect place to meet fellow travellers.

2. Euro Hostel Newcastle

This classic hostel has a range of rooms, from 14 bed dorms to single and double rooms. It's in a very central location, just a few minutes' walk from Monument station. The hostel prides itself on appealing to a range of age groups.

3. Sleeper Dorm

Just on the outskirts of the city, this modern hostel is about 15 minutes' walk from Newcastle's famous nightspots. Guests can cook up a storm in the shared kitchen, lounge on the terrace or kick back and watch a movie in the media room.

 

B&Bs in Newcastle

1. The Adelphi Bed and Breakfast

Located in a townhouse in a leafy residential street, this B&B is a short train journey into the city centre. It's the perfect base for exploring the trendy cafes and bars of Jesmond, a student hotspot.

2. Grainger Hotel

This hotel combines the comfort of a B&B with the social aspect of a hostel. The TV lounge has a pool table, great if you fancy a quick game after your continental breakfast.

3. The Avenue Bed and Breakfast

In a classic Newcastle red-brick townhouse, this cosy B&B is also situated in the leafy suburb of Jesmond. The rooms are all en-suite and furnished in a modern style.

 

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