Hotels in Newcastle

When it comes to contemporary art, partying, bridges and student life, you’ll be hard-pushed to find anywhere quite like the darling of the North East: Newcastle. Balancing Victorian splendour and reminders of an industrial past with successful regeneration and cutting-edge culture, there’s way more to Newcastle than meets the eye. So howay man, pack a bag and come stay in one our Newcastle-upon-Tyne hotels! We’ve created a handy Newcastle city guide to help you make the most of your stay.

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Newcastle hotels

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What to do in Newcastle

Feast your eyes on The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. This one-time flour mill has been transformed into an incredible centre for contemporary visual arts and a generally amazing place to while away a few hours. The building itself is a must-see.

Seven Stories
Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books showcases original manuscripts and illustrations of childhood classics from the 1930s up to today. It’s a nostalgia fix for grown-ups and a source of inspiration for the little’uns.

Life Science Centre
Get the kids excited about science, technology, engineering and maths at the Life Science Centre. Stand face-to-face with prehistoric skeletons, get involved with scientific experiments, pop into the planetarium, watch some science theatre and lots more. You might learn a thing or two yourself.

The Quayside
What was once a commercial dock is now a modern, trendy place to eat, drink and soak up the city’s culture. Views of the River Tyne and the Gateshead Millennium Bridge are spectacular - especially at night. One of our most popular Newcastle business hotels is on the Quayside too.

There’s no shortage of places to spend a few bob in Newcastle. Intu Metrocentre is the biggest shopping centre in the UK; you’ll find just about every high street shop under the sun on Northumberland Avenue and in Intu Eldon Square. And if you like a traditional and local shopping experience, head to Grainger Market and Central Arcade.

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