Whitley Bay area hotel - Hotwire Secret Hot Rate

Whitley Bay area hotel – Hotwire Secret Hot Rate

Whitley Bay area hotel – Hotwire Secret Hot Rate

Whitley Bay is one of the Northeast’s most well-loved seaside resorts and therefore a perfect location for a relaxing retreat in this comfortable 3* Hot Rate hotel. Exclusive discounts on premium hotel accommodation in the Whitley Bay area are available to Hotwire customers, with previous holidaymakers taking advantage of savings on rooms in The Chedburgh B&B, Esplanade Lodge and the Windsor Hotel, as well as other local boutiques. These hotels have offered guests complementary continental breakfasts in stylish onsite restaurants, secure onsite parking, free unlimited Wi-Fi internet and access to comprehensive professional business centres. Located just a stone’s throw from the charming Whitley Bay seafront, this Hot Rate hotel is ideal for families and couples after a quintessentially English seaside holiday.

Located prominently on the pretty North Tyneside coastline, the traditional resort of Whitley Bay is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. As well as boasting a stretch of white, sandy beach, Whitley Bay also features a seaside park, a large ice rink and a thriving entertainment scene of bars, clubs and restaurants situated on the South Parade. The traditional town is also renowned for the striking St Mary’s Lighthouse which was built in 1898, overlooking the entire bay.

Whitley Bay is conveniently linked to the surrounding towns and cities of North Shields, Newcastle and Gateshead via the Whitley Bay, Monkseaton and Cullercoats metro stations, which are easily accessible from this Hot Rate hotel. Those hoping to indulge in some retail therapy are advised to head to Newcastle for some of the UK’s most highly rated shopping. The city’s Eldon Square Shopping Centre and Northumberland Street shopping district are well-loved by shopaholics, as well as more upmarket stores in the historic Grainger Town area.

Newcastle’s lively nightlife scene is also a major draw for tourists, the city’s clubs and bars being some of the most celebrated in Europe. Nicknamed the ‘Diamond Strip’ owing to its many upmarket wine bars and cocktail lounges, Collingwood Street is a hit with both tourists and locals. Popular nightspots can also be found in the city’s Bigg Market and Quayside area, as well as a host of highly regarded restaurants and eateries. Diners seeking to sample some acclaimed international cuisine are advised to head to the city’s Chinatown area which is located just a short walk from St James’ Park football stadium. One of only 5 of its kind in the UK, Chinatown is home to the finest traditional restaurants serving mouth-watering Oriental delicacies.