In the heart of one of the most vibrant and lively cities in the country sits this city centre boutique hotel, ideal for your stay in Newcastle, whatever the purpose of your visit. Providing the perfect base for exploring the local sights and attractions or a haven to come back to after work, this 4 star boutique hotel offers all its guests a highly relaxing and comfortable stay. It features all of the necessary and luxury amenities expected of a 4 star property including a 24 hour concierge, dry cleaning service, complimentary WiFi, multiple business facilities and disabled parking. The stunningly decorated guest rooms are designed to ensure a peaceful night’s rest and provide you with every possible home comfort, offering double-glazed windows, deluxe en-suite bathroom with bathrobe and toiletries, coffee and tea facilities and plasma TV. Families and young children are well looked after by the hotel and its staff with convenient details such as cots and extra beds available on request, plus a play station and DVD library for your use in leisure time. The location of the hotel makes it a breeze to get to the business and entertainment districts and other major attractions during your stay, such as the Newcastle Opera House, Laing Gallery and Theatre Royal.
Newcastle is a delightful port city, renowned for its buzzing popular culture, dedication to sport and legendary nightlife. It is one of the UK’s most significant hubs for architecture, business and culture and is visited by many, all throughout the calendar, who also come for local trips to other parts of the Northumberland coast and to Hadrian’s Wall. Having been founded around 2,000 years ago, there is plenty of history that is deeply engrained into the city and its people and showcased in a number of excellent museums and cultural centres. For instance the Great North Museum possesses an impressive collection of mummies, taxidermy and fossils accompanied by informative descriptions and explanations of the area’s past.
Another worthwhile stop is the Stephenson Railway Museum where visitors can take a step back in time and experience the old-world magic of the steam railway. Kids and adults alike love the fascinating look at the early transport method, and best of all – admission is free! Another favourite with the kids is the Centre for Life science museum, packed with plenty of hands-on activities, as well as research facilities for the adults.
Enjoy your stay in the exciting city of Newcastle!