Fab new hotel located on Quayside – 3 star – County Durham

Experience some of the many attractions that Newcastle has to offer with a stay at this fab new hotel located on Quayside. Situated in a convenient location not far from the lively heart of the city, this 3 star property offers everything you may want for a memorable and enjoyable stay. Famous for icons such as Newcastle Brown Ale, one of the country’s best nightlives, and the roaring St. James’ Park, a diverse range of attractions will ensure a brilliant trip for all. In addition to a friendly and accommodating staff, the hotel offers visitors features such as 24-hour security and reception, dry cleaning and Wi-Fi. Rooms are well equipped and boast Air conditioning, flat screen LCD televisions and high-speed Internet connections. However, this hotel doesn’t only cater to those seeking accommodation. With modern features such as conference and meeting rooms, and audio/visual equipment, the property provides a professional location to manage business.

A city known for its energy and unrivalled range of shopping and entertainment venues, visitors should not forget that the city is certainly not lacking in culture and history. Culture seekers should ensure that they do not miss out. Of particular note should be the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. Dedicated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2002, this tilt bridge is celebrated for its aesthetic wonder. Spanning the River Tyne, this award winning piece of architecture is a must see. A pleasant stroll away is Grainger Town, in which visitors will find Grey’s monument. This 130 feet column is a Grade 1 listed monument, dating back to 1838. Dedicated to Charles Grey for his role in drafting the Great Reform act of 1832, visitors should ascend the spiral staircase to a viewing platform high above the square, a popular spot to people watch. Lucky visitors will be treated to unique tunes from the many buskers who play here.

Visitors who are more interested in doing some serious shopping will not be disappointed either. Newcastle is known for its array of stores and shopping centres, ranging from high street to boutique. Northumberland street houses many of the recognised brands visitors will expect such as Marks and Spencer and Next. Those looking for more unique items should head to one of the many independent stores in the area. Of note is Ophelia Boutique, specialising in women’s luxury items such as exquisite cashmere clothing. Here visitors are likely to find exclusive items making the trip that little bit more memorable.

No trip to Newcastle would be complete without sampling the pulsing and upbeat nightlife that the city boasts. There are numerous areas to find pubs and bars in the city, each with their own atmosphere. At Central Station, visitors will find popular bars such as O’Neills and Revolution, where you can expect good prices and well-known drinks. Quayside hosts an array of bars with gorgeous views of the riverside. Many more alternative bars can be found here, for example, The Crown Posada is a trendy brewery offering local, real ales, unusual architecture, and vintage songs played on a gramophone.

Enjoy the delights of Newcastle!