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Staying in Newcastle for the Great North Run so location was key. Perfect for travel links as 5min walk from train and metro stations. Hotel itself is good with all you'd need for short stay like mine. Staff were great and restaurant was really good with wide range of meals. Bed in the room was very ...
Really nice hotel. Large room. The hotel is conveniently located next to the train station. There were limited parking spaces with hotel but the train lot is right there. It costs around $16 pounds. Breakfast was a buffet and ran around $12 pounds. The area is nice with lots of bars and ...
I have been many times to this hotel and always had a great experience. I come to Newcastle mainly for work and the Motel One is my go-to hotel for my short stay. The best value for money choice and great location.
had one overnight stay and it was a pleasant stay - other than the constant drone of a fan in the background all night that kept me awake , other than that it was clean - apart from the shower/toilet , this was a bit on the pungent side , but as these hotels no longer clean with bleach or similar ...
Wonderfully clean hotel. Found it strange that the reception is on the second floor. Breakfast was very good with a good choice. Not a bad word to say about the hotel just the receptioist who dealt with us on arrival had no people skills and did not make you feel welcome. We were not the only guests ...
We stayed over the night before the GnR and the location was ideal. The hotel was in easy distance of the finish and they even put on extra pasta dishes to allow the runners to carb up.
My experience was good and I would recommend it, great location, clean, just what you need for a weekend away! However clearners get briefed on the corridor at 7/8 o'clock in the morning and then start hoovering and banging about, I've lived in student halls and I understand that hotels are not always ...
The city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne attracts business travellers, groups of friends, couples and families throughout the year. Known as the North-East's premier spot for shopping, a weekend here can be packed with retail therapy and pampering spa treatments or an opportunity to explore the city's rich, diverse culture. The range of hotels on offer is just as diverse, with three-star independent hotels and chain hotels in the heart of the city, as well as guesthouses in South Shields and inns in Gateshead.
Three-star hotels in Newcastle offer high-quality accommodation, with all of the amenities you'd expect, at an affordable nightly rate. You can expect to find amenities such as free WiFi and self-parking on offer at the majority of hotels, and depending on which hotel you choose, you may also find extra facilities such as laundry services, luggage storage and meeting rooms for business guest use.
Renowned as a shopping hotspot, the city has plenty of shopping malls, designer boutiques and thrift stores selling vintage clothes for you to discover. No trip to Newcastle-upon-Tyne is complete without a visit to the Metro Centre in Gateshead, the largest shopping mall in Europe. Here you'll find a huge range of stores as well as family-friendly restaurants. Back in Newcastle city centre, most of the usual high street stores can be found on Northumberland Street, as well as a range of independent boutiques.
Eldon Square Shopping Centre is home to the city's department store, Fenwick, the largest independent department store outside London, as well as a huge Marks & Spencer and John Lewis. For vintage finds, head for Old George Yard, or scout for bargains at Grainger Market, an indoor Victorian market that has been recently restored.
Newcastle city centre is fairly compact, with many areas pedestrianised, which means walking really is the best way to see the city's many sights and attractions. Most hotels provide free self-parking, so if you're heading to an attraction that's further afield, you could always take the car. Public transport here is reliable though, with the Tyne and Wear metro system running regularly and an excellent local bus service reaching most areas of the city and surrounding areas. Chain and independent hotels in the city centre are generally within easy walking distance (or a short bus journey) of Newcastle Central train station, with connections available to most major cities. If you're flying here, Newcastle International Airport is just six miles to the north-west of the city, with a range of transfer options to the city centre including taxis, buses, and the metro system.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne's three-star hotels offer the best of both worlds; value for money and excellent amenities. Most city-centre hotels are perfectly positioned for exploring the city and making the most of your break, but there are more rural options available too for couples or families looking for a quieter break. Family-friendly amenities such as laundry services and cable/satellite TV in guest rooms ensure that the city continues to attract families with children of all ages.