Highly recommended. Great location. Customer service supreme.
It was good. What more can I say. It was really good. What else do you want me to say?
Great location and parking. Our room had riverside view which was super.
It was affordable, the staff were fantastic and the hotel was clean. It can really do with touch of paint in some places though but overall it was a good experience
good location, friendly staff, great breakfast, pity there's no restaurant on site.
Was a clean tidy room but had a funny damp smell on arrival ..apart frm that was suffcient fr 1 nght stay quiet stay and nice big mirror.
Beautiful hotel, very luxurious. Excellent location. Parking not the best, very limited spaces and sadly we ended up getting a parking ticket after being told by the concierge we were fine to park where we did. An extra £50 added to our stay due to the ticket
One of the best hotels we have ever stayed in .wonderful friendly staff. Great food. Especially breakfast
Centrally located (right at train station), clean, and quiet.
Quayside is in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, a walkable area that's popular for being business-friendly and inexpensive. You'll find a number of choices for restaurants, bars, and coffee shops here. You can experience the local entertainment and theater, or enjoy the natural beauty of the riverfront. The hotels near Quayside provide an ideal home base for venturing out into the greater Newcastle-upon-Tyne area.
Besides Quayside, there are many other activities and attractions in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. There's plenty to do in the area, such as shopping and attending sporting events. Some top attractions include the area's theaters and monuments.
Why not cheer with the crowd at St. James' Park, Metro Radio Arena, or Gateshead International Stadium? You can spend a leisurely afternoon outside at Exhibition Park, Saltwell Park, or WWT Washington Wetland Centre. Surround yourself with nature at Northumberlandia, Rainton Meadows Visitor Centre, and Chapman's Well Local Nature Reserve. For retail therapy, consider Central Arcade, The Gate, and Eldon Square Shopping Centre, and seek out the perfect souvenir. If you've got some more time, you won't be disappointed by Quayside, Jesmond Cricket Ground, and metrocentre.
You can buy tickets to live performances at Newcastle-upon-Tyne Theatre Royal, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Arts Centre, and O2 Academy Newcastle. BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Laing Art Gallery, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne Discovery Museum feature a variety of exhibits. Tyne Bridge, Castle Keep, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne St. Nicholas' Cathedral are some of the notable landmarks.
Create some family memories at Beamish Adventure Park, Blue Reef Aquarium, and Mini Moos Adventure Farm. Don't miss some of the area's most popular attractions, such as Durham University, Gateshead Millennium Bridge, and Grey's Monument. You can also stop by Alderman Fenwick's House, Blue Carpet, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne St. Mary's Cathedral.
Arrive at the Newcastle (NCL-Newcastle Intl.) airport, and then travel 6.3 miles (10.1 km) to Newcastle-upon-Tyne to see Quayside. At 32.3 miles (52 km), Durham (MME-Tees Valley) is the next closest airport. You can come by train, getting off at Newcastle Station.
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