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I stayed for three nights, Mon-Thurs. I was a little worried about some of the reviews I read, but the staff were friendly and helpful when I checked in, I got a room upgrade, and the room was clean and comfortable. The walls are pretty thin, and I was woken up at 4am one morning, but overall it ...
Great for short visits on a budget. For the price its good value, full cooked breakfast and option of parking included. Some rooms appear better standard than others.
Having stayed here on a few occasions I have encountered problems with noise on ground floor from flushing the toilets, which is quite loud. This time I asked to move rooms, which I did to one on the first floor. Much better, no noise from flushing. However, don't expect to have a comfortable bath ...
Really friendly and quiet hotel in a great location next to the Tyne. Lots of good eating and drinking options very close by. Double room a bit too small for more than 1 or 2 nights. Bathroom very 'intimate'. But for 1 night was more than adequate. Overall fantastic value and we would stay again ...
You don't have to blow the budget on a break in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Whether you're on a weekend away with your friends to sample the city's amazing nightlife or just looking to enjoy a city break with your other half, the city's two-star hotels have plenty to offer for reasonable prices. From apart hotels to independent hotels and chain hotels such as Hotel Express, there are options to suit all tastes and budgets - and most are within walking distance of the city's main attractions.
Two-star hotels in the heart of the city centre are close to attractions such as Castle Keep and Quayside. Just because you've booked a budget room doesn't mean you have to miss out on amenities though, and you'll find most hotels offer coffee makers and cable TV in rooms, with free WiFi generally available. Although Newcastle-upon-Tyne city centre is pretty compact and easy to explore on foot, free self-parking on offer at most hotels, will benefit families or those travelling on business.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is known as the North-East's premier shopping destination. For vintage clothing, try Old George Yard, while if it's bargains you’re after, the Victorian Grainger Market is well worth checking out. A day trip to the Metro Centre is not to be missed - it's the largest shopping centre in Europe and is located just a 15-minute train or bus journey from the city centre. With free self-parking on offer at most two-star hotels, including the Metro Centre, you could bring the car along. However, be warned there can be heavy congestion in the area. For high street stores, head for Northumberland Street, Newcastle's main shopping thoroughfare, where you'll also find Fenwick, one of the country's largest department stores outside London.
The city is renowned for its nightlife, and is popular with hen and stag parties. Here you'll find everything from cheerful bars to traditional pubs and the 'Diamond Strip' of upmarket cocktail and wine bars near Central Station. Most bars and clubs are within easy walking distance of city centre hotels. Groups of friends frequent the Brigg Market area, with lively clubs and pubs attracting a younger crowd. For a pub crawl, head to Quayside, while for something more sophisticated Ouseburn is home to a range of live music pubs. Experience the latter and you’ll get to sip real ales from local, independent breweries while listening to everything from jazz to rock and metal.
Newcastle's budget two-star hotels all have a couple of things in common - you're assured a warm Geordie welcome and a comfortable room with all the amenities you need for a relaxing break. With amenities such as free WiFi, complimentary breakfast and free self-parking, all you need to worry about is how much sightseeing, shopping and partying you can fit into one weekend in this fascinating, diverse city.