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Located in the heart of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Sage Gateshead, Castle Keep and Quayside. Gateshead Millennium Bridge and ...
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Situated on the riverfront, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Quayside, Gateshead Millennium Bridge and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Castle ...
Situated in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, this hotel is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from metrocentre and within 6 miles (10 km) of Tyne Bridge and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary ...
From 2002-2014, The Tyne Theatre and Opera House in Newcastle-upon-Tyne was known as the Mill Volvo Theatre. Opened in 1867, the theatre is today a Grade I Listed building and has at times been used as a theatre and a cinema. People come from across the country to see West-End musicals, stand-up comedy, live music, dance and magic shows here, with most city-centre hotels within easy walking distance of the theatre. If you're coming to Newcastle to see a show, you'll find a range of chain and independent hotels, including luxurious serviced apartments in the local area.
For something a little different, why not book a stay at one of Newcastle's serviced apartments? Offering you the freedom to come and go as you please (so no restrictive hotel meal times), you'll enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, living space and dining area, ideal if you're on a city break with friends or celebrating a special occasion. Families might prefer the surroundings of a chain hotel, with amenities such as free WiFi, free parking and laundry facilities, great if you're travelling with younger children. Newcastle city centre is fairly compact and it's just a short walk (or metro ride) from most hotels to the Tyne Theatre and Opera House.
While some hotels in the city centre have their own restaurant and bar, it would be a shame not to take advantage of some of the fantastic food on offer at restaurants close to the Tyne Theatre and Opera House. Popular spots for a pre-theatre meal include Marco Pierre White Steakhouse and the intimate Blackfriars Restaurant, which dates back to 1239. If you prefer a matinee show and dinner al fresco, Quayside has a range of lively restaurants and bars, ideal for sunny summer evenings.
There's plenty to see and do in Newcastle, but hotels here really know how to help you relax and unwind. You'll find spa hotels and chain hotels with fitness facilities and indoor pools, where you can take a dip or enjoy a massage after a long day of shows, shopping and sightseeing. With free WiFi on offer at most hotels and apartments, it's easy to make everybody back home jealous by sharing your best holiday pictures on social media, too!