Newcastle Upon Tyne is the dynamic Geordie town famous for Stotties and Brown Ale and attracts millions of visitors a year for its rich range of shopping and entertainment opportunities. Full descriptions of all these Hotels in Newcastle are available on the hotel homepages. The city boasts a first-class nightlife, whilst the Magpies all-seater stadium reguarly attracts crowds of 50,000. Find an affordable Newcastle hotel or guest house for a spooky winter Ghost Walk or a weekend shopping at the Metro Centre.
Jurys Inn Newcastle
St. James Gate Scotswood Road Newcastle Tyne and Wear NE1 4AD
The Jurys Inn City Centre is just a couple of minutes from Central Station and its regular rail links to the International Airport and offers 274 well-designed discount bedrooms fitted with power showers, satellite TVs, voice mail and high-speed Internet access. The rooms are decorated in soft and soothing autumnal colours and are spacious enough to allow room for up to 3 adults or 2 adults/2 children sharing. Dine in the informal setting of the Inn tro Bar or extend your indulgence to the ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Jurys Inn Newcastle||0.9||Newcastle||274||52.00|
|Express Holiday Inn Newcastle||6.2||Newcastle||154||41.00|
|Thistle City Centre Newcastle||0.6||Newcastle||114||44.10|
|Premier Inn (City Centre) Millenium Bridge||1||Newcastle||82||45.00|
|Holiday Inn Express (City Centre)||0.7||Newcastle||130||40.00|
|Hotel du Vin||0.9||Newcastle||42||84.00|
|Holiday Inn Gosforth Park||6.2||Newcastle||154||41.00|
|Gosforth Park Hotel||4||Newcastle||178||54.00|
|Premier Inn (Airport Hotel)||5.7||Ponteland||N/A||48.50|
|Hilton Newcastle Gateshead||0.8||Newcastle||254||76.00|
|Grainger Hotel||1.2||Arthurs Hill||21||49.00|
|Travelodge (Central) Newcastle||0.6||Newcastle||120||35.00|
|Close House Hotel||8||Heddon on the Wall||19||150.00|
|Grey Street Hotel||0.5||Newcastle||49||63.00|
|Village Urban Resort Newcastle||5.2||Silverlink North||127||49.00|
|Travelodge (Silverlink) Newcastle||5.1||Newcastle Silverlink||80||27.75|
|Novotel Newcastle Airport hotel||3||Kenton||126||41.00|
|Holiday Inn Newcastle-Jesmond||0.5||Newcastle||108||56.00|
|Brighton B&B||1.1||Arthurs Hill||18||31.50|
|Ravensdene Lodge Hotel||3.1||Newcastle||37||70.00|
|Britannia Newcastle Airport Hotel||5.8||Woolsington||99||32.00|
|New Northumbria Hotel||1||Jesmond||57||45.00|
|Kensington House Aparthotel||0.5||Newcastle||23||72.25|
|Rooms Inn||1||Elswick Park||33||31.50|
|Premier Inn Metro Centre||4||Newcastle||72||45.50|
Newcastle Upon Tyne has become as famous for its stag and hen parties as for its maritime history, so if you are looking to take advantage of key nightlife areas then check out the more affordable hotels in the Quayside area like the Travelodge Central Newcastle or the late deals at the citys stylish boutique property, the Grey Street Hotel near Bigg Market and Newgate.
There is a new entertainment centre opened in the city centre called The Gate. The Gate is an indoor complex with a 12 screen Empire multiplex cinema and a good range of nightclubs and bars. If shopping is more your thing, it may be worth having a look at low cost hotels like the Premier Inn Metro Centre which offer terrific value for money. This first-class budget brand has everything for the family including double and single to rooms to triple rooms and quads! Located within easy reach of the A1 and just 5 miles from Newcastle train station the Premier Inn is a bit of a fulfilment specialist: those signature comfy beds and those fab free breakfasts for children when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast.
Smaller and cosier hotels like The Kenilworth Hotel near Town Moor Park have been satisfying visitors to Newcastle for 17 years. You will find the hotel on Osbourne Road just off the A167, a mile or so from the city centre on the very fringes of Jesmond. The bedrooms are clean, modern and comfortable and bathrooms are equipped with complimenary toiletries. Breakfast is served in the restaurant each morning with a choice of cereals, fruits, yoghurts and traditional cooked breakfast. There are a small selection of business services including fax, email and FREE wireless broadband. This is a good cheapish option if you plan to be busy either with business or shopping.
Newcastles Pink Triangle, an area situated between Central Rail Station and Metro Radio Arena, is the hub of the citys gay scene and is well served by public transport. A bus and coach service operates from Rye Hill and rail services from Newcastle Central on Neville Street. For stays in the Pink Triangle try hotels like the Jurys Inn in St James Gate. Newcastle Railway and metro station are both just a short walk away and shopping districts like Eldon square are also nearby, making it the ideal choice for a bit of Christmas Shopping or for bargain hunting in the Sales. The hotel overlooks the Red Heugh Bridge and just a few minutes walk from the Radio Metro Arena and the nature park.
Attractions like the Blue Reef Aquarium are often overlooked but well worth a visit and theres family food available at pubs like the Royal Quays in the North Shields area. For those looking for a bit of nightlife, you will be pleased to learn that there is a high concentration of pubs and restaurants near Newcastle Central Station, Collingwood Street and Neville Street. Room4U takes on a number of last-minute unsold rooms we can get huge discounts on Newcastle Hotels and cheap b&b breaks.