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Reviewed on 12 Mar 2020
Newcastle Airport is located just to the north of the city centre and is one of the busiest airports in the UK. Opened in 1935, it has had plenty of time to create a perfect environment for business and pleasure travellers, with some of the best hotel accommodation both on-site and in the nearby city. The choice of hotels ranges from historic Newcastle establishments to some of the friendliest bed & breakfast accommodation in the North East, and you’re always sure of a warm Geordie welcome.
Newcastle Airport is close to one of the North East of England’s great historic cities, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and as such, you’ll have quick and easy access to a world of fabulous hotels of every type. From the grand historic establishments on iconic Gray Street and Grainger Street, to comfortable and clean B&B guesthouses both in the city centre and on the outskirts of town, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
If you’re passing through Newcastle on a business trip, you’ll be pleased to learn that the airport has excellent hotels close by, both of the international chain variety and the home-grown type. Whether you’re looking for something small and friendly or need your own suite with easy access to meeting rooms and other business facilities, Newcastle Airport is well-placed for all your corporate requirements.
Although the airport itself has excellent facilities, Newcastle is packed with attractions, entertainment venues and fine dining opportunities, not to mention having some of the finest hotels in the country. The Big Market, just off Grainger Street is especially popular for its nightlife and restaurants, and just up the road you’ll find the historic Theatre Royal, for all the latest performances in theatre, dance and classical concerts.
Whilst passing through Newcastle, don’t forget to pay a visit to the fabulous Great North Museum, which is home to some of the best displays of natural history in the country and has many interactive exhibits. The hotels close by make it easy to drop in to both this and the equally impressive Sage Gateshead concert venue, just across the River Tyne. As you go, admire the three bridges that are such a famous feature of the Newcastle skyline.
Hotels in Newcastle put the customer first, and their facilities reflect the high regard in which visitors are held and the warmth of the welcome you can expect. You’ll be able to take advantage of excellent WiFi connectivity throughout and be able to download and upload fast and efficiently if you’re here on business. There are conference facilities and equipment available in the bigger hotels, but if you just want some peace and quiet you also have a choice of homely B&Bs closer to Newcastle Airport. Stay in one of the city’s spa or boutique hotels if you’re looking for a bit of pampering. Whatever accommodation type you go for, you’re always sure of a level of welcome and comfort that won’t leave you disappointed.