Central stylish boutique hotel in Newcastle – 4 star – County Durham

Experience the very best that Newcastle has to offer with a stay at this chic Top Secret Hotel. This central stylish boutique hotel in Newcastle is convenient for visitors, given its vibrant surroundings in the very heart of the city. This boutique hotel offers guests stunning views overlooking the River Tyne, on top of a great range of services. Guests can relax at the hotel’s in house spa, or enjoy some of the delicious local food at its restaurant. Why not unwind after dinner with a drink in the bar, whilst taking in the picturesque environment. Rooms are equipped with all mod cons, and offer visitors great, home entertainment in the form of flat screen TVs and a DVD/CD player. Additional services include en suite bathrooms, air conditioning and Wi-Fi. The hotel operates a 24-hour reception and a night porter, ensuring guests can enjoy themselves until the early hours.

Known for its energetic nightlife, visitors will be eager to hit the town and experience one of the country’s most famous and entertaining attractions. In the evening, the city offers an unrivalled experience, housing a diverse array of bars and clubs. The ability to cater for everyone is what makes Newcastle such a popular destination. If visitors seek lively and busy bars offering great prices, they should head to the Bigg Market and Central Station areas where chains such as Revolution and Yates can be found. A more romantic setting can be found at Quayside, where visitors can enjoy a more intimate drink with gorgeous scenes overlooking the river.

Though the most well known aspect of Newcastle may be its entertainment, it is not without historical beauty and cultural significance. This is instantly evident when visitors stroll through Grainger Town, a stunning area housing some of the city’s finest buildings. Many architectural treasures lie here, and with 29 Grade 1 listed buildings, visitors will struggle to find a more beautiful area in the entire country. The growth in stature of the area is attributed to Richard Grainger who was the brainchild behind it in the early 19th century.

Visitors looking to surround themselves in culture will find a number of attractions in Grainger Town. Most notably is Grey’s monument, built in honour of Earl Grey for his role in the welfare reform act. Dating back to 1838, this location is a popular hot spot for buskers making it the ideal place for visitors to enjoy a pleasant lunch whilst listening to some popular tunes.