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A well used hotel which could do with a bit of a refurbishment. Rubber bath mat would help prevent slips when showering
Welcoming staff, clean, comfy beds, close to town.
Central location, next to beach, park and fairground. Short walk to town centre and beach front cafes/pubs. Old but cosy dog friendly, quiet room in annex. Even though it was Easter break there was no noise from the fairground etc. But room was too hot and stuffy even in April with no opening windows ...
Best Western is known for the individual style of its hotels, with each having its own unique personality and character. There are five Best Western hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with three in the city centre area, and two by the sea. There is a mix of historic buildings and contemporary hotels, all with clean, comfortable and beautifully decorated rooms as well as a range of fantastic facilities.
The Newcastle-upon-Tyne Best Western hotels have a choice of facilities on offer, so that you can discover the right one for you. All have a restaurant and bar in the hotel itself (some have several) and many of them also offer room service, allowing you to eat in the comfort of your own room. Each of the hotels also have complimentary WiFi, allowing you to catch up with emails or share snaps of your holiday with friends.
If you're on a business trip, the Newcastle area's Best Westerns have various different business services, depending on the hotel in question. These include everything from business centres to meeting rooms and conference suites.
No matter which Best Western hotel you choose, there are lots of attractions nearby. If you pick one of the seaside hotels, you will have beautiful views and access to the beaches, which are always popular in sunny weather. The surrounding areas offer attractions such as a Roman Fort and the National Glass Centre.
The city centre hotels, on the other hand, are perfect for those wanting a more bustling city break. As well as the museums, galleries and theatres that make Newcastle such a cultural hotspot of the North, there is also fantastic nightlife on offer, with a huge choice of restaurants, bars and nightclubs right on your doorstep.
If you want a hotel with lots of character in a great location with plenty of local amenities, browse the Best Western hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.