Enjoy a leisurely stay at this comfortable and sleek hotel in Newcastle’s city centre. The 3 star property has well-appointed guest rooms, offering great value for money, and suited to any visitor to the city, whether you are here on business, a quick stop over or a family holiday. With an extensive and varied list of facilities and amenities, you can be sure that you’ll have all the home comforts for a relaxing and memorable trip; including laundry service, and television, telephone and en-suite bathrooms in the rooms. For additional ease, there are connecting rooms available should you be travelling with children or in a larger group, as well as disabled access to certain rooms. Any guest who is here on business is more than welcome to make use of the business centre with fax services.
This newly refurbished superior hotel in the city centre is so centrally located that it makes exploring everything the city has to offer enjoyable and straightforward. There is something here for everyone; sport, culture, arts, history, food and drink, and so much more that you’ll be spoilt for choice every day! Take a break out of your day to stop and smell the roses – or brewing coffee – at Blake’s Coffee House. It is the perfect pit stop for a coffee, pastry and calming ambiance to recover from a night out or a busy day sightseeing. The tall ceilings and stylish décor adds to the open and friendly atmosphere.
If you fancy a brisk stroll to get some fresh, clean air and admire the urban views, head over to the tourist office on Grainger Street, in the city centre, where they organise walking tours. The routes last 1 ½ hours, which is the ideal time to get a taste for the local architecture, culture, history and geography. They are also a great choice for kids who have bounds of energy and a keen interest in history.
Art-lovers should not pass up a visit to the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, on the Tyne riverside. The centre plays host to an ever rotating series of contemporary art exhibitions, and chooses not to put on any permanent exhibits for a continually fresh and exciting approach. Some of the leading names in contemporary art have shown their work here, which has led some people to compare the standard to that of the Tate Modern in London. As well as the galleries, the building is also occupied by a cinema, bar and rooftop restaurant boasting unrivalled views over the river.
Enjoy your visit!