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Pocket Guide: Design Hotel Hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Whether you're off for a long weekend with friends or a romantic break, there is a great choice of design hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Design hotels pride themselves on gorgeous, contemporary décor that really turns heads, whether it's rich and sumptuous or all clean lines. With a Newcastle design hotel, you really feel as if you're getting something unique.

What Facilities Can You Expect from a Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Design Hotel?

Besides great looks, design hotels in Newcastle also offer a choice of facilities to make your stay truly memorable. These include free WiFi in all rooms, TVs and DVD players, separate sitting areas in some rooms and, in some cases, a library.

Design hotels also offer breakfast, although it’s not always included in your booking, giving you the freedom to eat in your hotel or head off to explore some of the local haunts.

Places to Shop near Your Design Hotel in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

Newcastle is a brilliant choice for a shopping weekend with an abundance of shops, ranging from designer boutiques to big international chains. If you're staying in a Newcastle-upon-Tyne design hotel to embark on some serious retail therapy, you have a few choices of where to go.

Northumberland Street is known as the "Oxford Street of the North" and has dozens of shops, including department stores, fashion outlets and entertainment retailers. Old George Yard, on the other hand, is perfect for those with a passion for design-led crafts, with its selection of vintage shops and design boutiques.

If you want a more all-in-one shopping experience, however, the Metro Centre is a must visit. It's the largest shopping and leisure complex in Europe and is filled with shops, department stores, cafés, restaurants and even a cinema.

A design hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne is the ideal accommodation for anyone looking for a luxurious way to indulge themselves on a long weekend in the North of England.