Modern & contemporary hotel in the city centre – 4 star – County Durham

A fantastic location right in the heart of the city makes this Top Secret Hotel your perfect choice for a trip to Newcastle. This boutique and trendy 4 star property is equipped with all mod-cons to ensure that you have an enjoyable stay. A city known for both its rich history and prominent nightlife, visitors will find an array of things to do whether they are looking to let their hair down with a few drinks or immerse themselves in culture. Enjoy the on-site fitness centre, or head to your room and relax in front of the TV. Rooms contain kitchenettes including a microwave oven, toaster, and kettle meaning that guests can unwind with breakfast in bed. Other services include a high speed Internet connection, radio, and daily housekeeping. This modern & contemporary hotel in the city centre benefits from friendly staff who will do their utmost to make sure that guests are comfortable, whether it is providing you with an iPhone adapter or exchanging foreign currency. Other great services on offer include dry cleaning and 24-hour security.

Head quayside where you can stroll along the River Tyne taking in the scenery. A must see for visitors is the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. This iconic tilt bridge is celebrated for its wondrous design and has been recognised by numerous design bodies in awards. Dedicated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2002, the bridge made an appearance on the back of a one-pound coin. No trip to the city would be complete without some photos in front of this stunning architectural feat. A brand as recognised as the city’s Newcastle Brown Ale, is the city’s football club. Sports fans will marvel at St. James’ Park, the home ground of Newcastle United F.C. The stadium is the fourth largest in the country with a capacity of 52,000. The city has a strong sporting tradition, and it would be worth taking a trip to a game to hear the stadium roar.

However, shopaholics should not be disappointed. The city boasts a massive range of shopping centres, galleries and stores to entice even the most difficult of shoppers into purchasing some stunning pieces. Northumberland Street, located in the centre of the city, is renowned as the “Oxford Street of the North.” Boasting well-known stores such as Marks & Spencer and H&M, in addition to smaller, more boutique shops, this street promises endless fun for shoppers.

No trip to the city would be complete without getting a taste for its unrivalled nightlife. Many in the country travel far just to experience the famous nightlife, so make sure that you head out in the evening to avoid disappointment. At Biggs market expect great prices and a large selection of popular bars. A regular haunt for stag parties, you can expect to find many fancy dressed partygoers out in this area. For more intimacy, take a walk to quayside where you can find many quaint bars and pubs. Of particular note is The Crown Posada, one of the cities oldest bars. A large selection of real ales and classic tunes delivered through a gramophone will ensure an enjoyable evening.