This central stylish boutique hotel in Newcastle offers you the best of both worlds for your stay; a tranquil and picturesque surrounding with easy and quick access to the numerous sights and attractions. You will be able to explore everything that Newcastle has to offer at your leisure, from the castle remains to the high-end shopping opportunities, and relax in the knowledge that you can come back to a peaceful and calm environment in which to rest and unwind. The boutique hotel is stylishly decorated, with modern and convenient amenities accessible to guests throughout their stay, including room service, WiFi, parking and night porter.
The property also boasts its very own restaurant, serving local cuisine, and a cosy bar where you can catch up with friends over a glass of wine or cocktail. The well-appointed rooms feature a large and comfortable bed as well as a CD/DVD player, mini-bar, trouser press and en-suite bathroom. For the ultimate relaxation and indulgence, head to the hotel spa and enjoy the stunning views over the River Tyne.
Newcastle is rapidly becoming one of the country’s forerunners for scientific research and you can see for yourself first-hand some of the discoveries made, at the incredible Life Science Centre. The institute is dedicated in educating and entertaining visitors of all ages about the secrets and mysteries of life and science, through a series of interactive events. For the adventurous kids, there is a thrilling Motion Ride which stimulates the feeling created from various experiences such as a bungee jump or scoring a goal in a football game. A fun-filled day out for the whole family!
If you’d prefer to discover more about the rich history of Newcastle instead, head to the Discovery Museum where you can find a whole host of exhibitions and artefacts that tell a piece of the city. Perhaps the most striking object in the museum is the impressive Turbinia ship, which in 1897 was the fastest ship in the world. Surrounding this there are several exhibitions on the art of shipbuilding, the city’s Roman origins and the evolution of contemporary culture. A must-see in your list of places to visit in Newcastle!
After a busy day on your feet, visiting the sights and attractions, there’s no better place to recharge your batteries than in the popular Paradiso Café Bar. This tucked-away café is the ideal spot for a laidback atmosphere, great food and drinks and warm and friendly service. There is also a petite balcony, perfect for alfresco dining in the warmer months!