Make sure that you enjoy an outstanding stay during your trip to Newcastle by checking in at this great Top Secret Hotel. An ideal location right in the centre of the city ensures that this 3 star property is a convenient base from which visitors can explore one of the most celebrated cities in the country. Known for its unrivalled blend of captivating architecture, vibrant nightlife, and complete shopping scene, this city is a must see. Whether you are here on business, a city break with a loved one or with the family, Newcastle has a wide and diverse range of entertainment activities that are sure to satisfy all. This newly refurbished superior hotel in the city centre provides a number of useful services such as laundry and daily housekeeping, and boasts a number of handy features. Rooms are equipped with televisions, which include cable channels, en suite bathrooms and an Internet connection. Also available is a business centre, including fax facilities, for those who are looking to manage work whilst in a comfortable environment.
For the art lovers and romantics, there are a number of beautiful galleries to be found around the city. Located on the River Tyne, The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is one of the city’s most iconic galleries. Situated in a former flourmill, this centre has garnered prestige for its exhibitions, and played host to the Turner Prize in 2011. This marked the first time in the prize’s history that it has been held outside of the London or Liverpool Tate galleries. A short stroll away on Stoddard Street, visitors will find The Biscuit Factory. With an expansive space of two floors for exhibitions and galleries covering 35,000 feet, this gallery will delight all those who see it. Known as Britain’s biggest, original art store, the commercial gallery puts on sale a number of arts ranging from paintings and sculptures to jewellery and ceramics.
Be sure to sample the city’s shopping scene during your stay. If you are looking to do some intense shopping at some major high street stores, or simply would like to sample the market place and find some more unique items at boutique stores, the city has a number of stores to cater to your needs. The Metro centre is the country’s largest shopping and entertainment complex and has a number of well-known stores such as Marks & Spencer, House of Fraser and Debenhams. Additionally, the centre features a number of fun activities for the kids including a large cinema and bowling venue. For a more traditional shopping experience, visitors should sample Grainger Market. Dating back to 1835, this recently restored indoor market retains the charm of old Victorian markets whilst offering more bespoke items which can make a trip all the more memorable.
With such a celebrated nightlife, visitors will be excited to sample some of the bars and pubs that make the city so special. In the Biggs Market area, expect to find great prices and high street bars. These will be able to offer a selection of lagers and a great social experience but perhaps not much in the way of culture. Those seeking a slightly more romantic drink should stroll down to Quayside where more alternative but equally as popular bars can be found.
Have an enjoyable stay in one of the country’s top cities!