Enjoy a relaxing and comfortable stay in a fantastic hotel in an excellent quayside location, nearby to all the major tourist attractions, restaurants and shops. This excellent 4 star property promises a unique and special stay to all its guests, with first-class hospitality and service provided by the friendly staff and pleasant surroundings and accommodation. The hotel itself offers superior facilities such as onsite parking, a car rental desk, concierge and conference rooms available for business guests. The well-appointed rooms are all stylishly decorated and feature convenient and luxury amenities including a work desk, kettle, private bathroom with bathtub and hairdryer, mini-bar and individual climate control. The additional leisure facilities on-site are what set this hotel apart from nearby properties and guarantee that you’re stay here will be utterly tranquil and stress-free; choose between working out in the state-of-the-art gym or unwinding in the peaceful Leisure Club with indoor swimming pool. With convenient access to local sights and to efficient transport links, you will be able to explore the electric city at your leisure, from the iconic castle to the prestigious shopping boutiques and malls.
Following the relatively recent regeneration of the city, Newcastle has become a popular tourist destination with those who come seeking the buzzing atmosphere, cutting edge design and architecture and popular culture. However, there is also a great deal of history in the streets and buildings around Newcastle as it was first founded as a Roman fort 2,000 years ago – each of the city’s museums tells a part of the story of its intricate past. Aside from this, the area is also well-known for its abundance of outstanding natural beauty, especially along the Northumberland coastline and in the Pennine hills. For a piece of the countryside in the metropolis, take a leisurely stroll along the River Tyne on the pedestrian quayside pathway or as part of the city walk tours that depart from various locations around the city. Over the water stand two distinct and iconic structures; the Tyne Bridge and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge – each displaying a unique architectural form and aesthetic beauty.
History enthusiasts will revel in the opportunity to visit the Roman fort remains at Segedunum. The site gives visitors the chance to marvel at authentic remnants of ancient buildings and parts of the famous Hadrian’s Wall. There is also a fascinating museum, remarkable reconstruction of the bath houses and an imposing 35 metre viewing tower with unparalleled views across the surrounding area. There are often exciting goings-on throughout the year so be sure to look up what’s on when you’re in town.