Stay in a fantastic hotel overlooking the River Tyne for a memorable and unique trip to the lively port city in North East England. This 4 star Top Secret Hotel offers guests a prime location for exploring the city, with easy access to efficient transport links such as the Newcastle Central Station, as well as comfortable accommodation and first-class leisure facilities. Business travellers are well attended to and welcome to use the convenient business facilities including meeting rooms and high speed internet connection. To relax and unwind at the end of a busy day, there’s no better place than the hotel’s high-spec gym with indoor swimming pool and solarium, where you’ll be able to relax whilst also maintaining fitness during your stay.
To save you the time and effort of finding somewhere suitable to eat outside of the hotel, the property’s very own restaurant is a popular choice, serving a variety of international and local cuisine. After dinner, the lobby bar acts as a warm and intimate spot to rendezvous with friends, loved ones or colleagues over your favourite drink and a selection of tasty snacks. Each of the comfortable guest rooms is fitted with a private bathroom with shower or bathtub, and a television, whilst some also offer views of the River Tyne.
Newcastle is a perfect blend of old and new, with a multitude of ancient buildings, streets and traditions alongside cutting-edge architecture, an underground music and arts scene and buzzing nightlife. For your portion of the city’s history, head into Grainger Town, the old city centre which is arranged around the classical streets built in the 1800’s and home to some of the most iconic landmarks and monuments such as the Theatre Royal, Grainger Market, and the beautiful Grey Street. In the very centre stands Grey’s Monument, a Grade I listed monument built for Charles Grey, and a popular meeting point and spot for people watching. Grainger Market should be on your must-visit list, for the Victorian architecture, lively atmosphere and huge assortment of goods.
To see for yourself how firmly Newcastle has its finger on the pulse for contemporary popular culture, there are a huge number of locations to check out during your stay. Firstly head to one of the independent and artsy cinemas, such as the Tyneside Cinema, showing short and foreign films, the Side Cinema or The Star and Shadow. If you enjoy listening to live music you’ll be spoilt for choice between the smaller, indie gigs held at venues like The Cluny or Head of Steam and concerts with global names taking place in the stadiums such as Sage Music Centre and Metro Radio Arena. The Evolution Festival, which takes place every Spring Bank Holiday, is another popular event with music lovers and thrill-seekers alike.