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Overall enjoyed our stay, rooms need air conditioning and removal of non standard power sockets so that charging laptop and phones didn't require digging around behind the TV for a standard G type power socket. Pool is nice to splash around in with children but the pool also doubles as a gym so it's ...
From start to finish we had a lovely stay the hotel staff were lovely, the room had a good view and nice touch with a free wine each for me and wife
The Crowne Plaza Newcastle was the perfect hotel for my stay in Newcastle. Great location, clean rooms with a friendly and helpful staff.
The hotel is well located for the Gateshead shopping park and A1 if you are en route and need a stopping over point. We were given a large room, perfect for our needs, with two double beds but with an awful view directly onto a large expanse of corrugated roofing. Also, the room, although clean and ...
Stayed here for my daughter's graduation. Staff could not have been kinder - particularly the men on the door who kept an eye on our car (which had a bike rack on) and our dog who was in the boot! We were treated with real Geordie warmth and it was a memorable end to my daughter's 3 years in your ...
Hotel was OK. Breakfast - ran out of plates, bowls, yoghurt, no red sauce for two days just empty bottles, Staff however were great and couldn't have been more helpful.
Staff friendly but at same time very professional/room lovely, made our overnight stay enjoyable. Would certainly stay again
Love this hotel. Never heard of chain before. Very professional and friendly staff. Breakfast first class and rooms stylIsh. Car park is across the road so bag with wheels needed and hotel style is a little on the dark side. Cool and chic but almost need a torch !! Great stay. :)
Whether you're travelling for business or leisure, Newcastle-upon-Tyne is one of the North-East's most popular destinations. With some of the best nightlife in the country, unrivalled shopping and plenty of art and culture for even the most discerning travellers, the city attracts couples, groups of friends and families throughout the year. Four-star hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne pride themselves on providing little extras to make your stay special, and you'll find a range of hotels to choose from, including luxury chain hotels, independent hotels and apart hotels.
When you book a four-star hotel you expect a little extra when it comes to amenities and level of service, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne's hotels don't disappoint. Most chain hotels provide free parking for guests, with guest rooms offering free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and 24-hour room service. Some larger hotels have their own full-service spa and fitness centre, where you can work out or be pampered to your heart's content. Others provide a delicious complimentary breakfast, prepared with locally-sourced produce.
Newcastle city centre is easy to explore on foot thanks to its compact size, so no matter which hotel you book, you're never more than a short stroll away from a range of theatres, museums and galleries. Why not head for the Theatre Royal, a Grade I listed building that's home to the Royal Shakespeare Company? Some of the best shows in the city take place here, including musicals straight from the West End. If you prefer comedy, some of the best contemporary stand-up can be found at the Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre, the oldest working Victorian theatre in the world.
For art, the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art lies on the banks of the Tyne - definitely a place for enthusiasts of modern art. Artists exhibiting here in the past have included Julian Opie and Yoko Ono. If you'd rather buy art than look at it, the Biscuit Factory on Stoddart Street boasts 35,000 square feet of studios and exhibition space with jewellery, ceramics, paintings and sculptures on offer.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and most are within easy walking distance of the city centre's four-star guest houses and hotels. If it's fine dining you're in the mood for, head for Jesmond Dene House, located just to the North of the city centre. The menu here focuses on organic, local and seasonal ingredients. If you're after a stunning setting, Blackfriar's Restaurant on Friars Street is located in a monk's refectory which dates back to the 13th Century. You can expect traditional cuisine with a twist, and some Medieval-inspired dishes.
Four-star hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne are family-friendly and offer amenities such as laundry services and room service. Couples can take advantage of luxurious little extras such as toiletries and robes in your room, while for business guests, larger chain hotels generally have 24-hour business centres with meeting and conference rooms available for hire.