Fantastic hotel overlooking the River Tyne! – 4 star – County Durham

Enjoy an unforgettable trip to Newcastle with a stay at this perfectly located Top Secret Hotel. This fantastic hotel overlooking the River Tyne is in a convenient central location, making it a great destination from which visitors can explore the city. Historic culture and a lively environment await those visiting this lively city, and with a comprehensive range of services, this great hotel has the ability to satisfy regardless of the nature of the trip. If it is relaxation you seek then look no further, as the hotel’s gym and indoor pool provide the perfect place to enjoy some leisure and unwind after a long day seeing the sights. The hotel also offers meeting rooms and other business facilities for those who want to bring their work with them. Rooms are equipped with modern facilities such as televisions and Internet connections, and are all en-suite.

A favourite tourist destination, the city holds an array of sights and activities for all to do. Perhaps most famous for its nightlife, its interesting history and cultural significance should not be forgotten. Described by the BBC as Newcastle’s “cultural temple,” Theatre Royal is one of the country’s most famous and celebrated theatres. Since 1837, the theatre has played host to the biggest shows and stars and is a must see for anyone looking to discover the city’s culture. Housed in a building as impressive as the theatre company, this gorgeous Grade 1 listed building is the Northern home of The Royal Shakespeare Company.

Visitors should visit Grainger Town to discover an area of great historical significance within the city. Stroll along the paved streets and delight in the architectural beauty that gives the area its character. Not only are there 29 Grade 1 listed buildings in the area, but it is also the home of Grainger market. Dating back to 1835, this stunning building is Newcastle’s first indoor market, and is home to Marks and Spencer’ original penny market. For added fun, come to the market when it is hosting one of its numerous arts & crafts fairs.

The city’s nightlife needs no introduction, and is famous for its huge collection of unique bars and clubs. Wander the streets of the city at night to discover some hidden gems or make your way to popular and well-established bars for a great night of entertainment. For a more novel evening, head to Tokyo in Central Station. This stylish venue features a rooftop garden, and a “dice club” at the bar, giving customers the chance to win free drinks.

Enjoy your time in Newcastle!