A centrally located university in the bustling northern city of Newcastle, visitors can be assured of a convenient and comfortable stay at Premier Inn hotels near Newcastle University. With many of our hotels being right in the centre of the city, visitors to Newcastle University will find our hotels easy to access, as well as offering great links to local businesses, attractions and the university. Whilst visiting Newcastle University, guests of our hotels can also visit local attractions such as the Baltic Art gallery, or just marvel at Newcastle's many stunning bridges. View all hotels in Newcastle.
Hotels near Newcastle University
Newcastle City Centre (New Bridge Street)
Newcastle City Centre (Millennium Bridge)
Newcastle City Centre (Quayside)
Newcastle (Team Valley)
Newcastle (Metro Centre)
Newcastle Airport (South)
What to do near Newcastle University
Prospective students, visiting lecturers and conference attendees choose Premier Inn hotels near Newcastle University due to their great proximity to the university as well as their excellent placement in the city. Whilst visiting Newcastle University, guests of our hotels can also visit local attractions such as the Baltic Art gallery, or just marvel at Newcastle's many stunning bridges.
Stop over at our Newcastle City Centre (Millennium Bridge) hotel for quick access to Newcastle University and the University of Northumbria. Just a short walk away, you'll also find our Newcastle Quayside hotel, perfect for enjoying a scenic overlook of the River Tyne during your Newcastle stay, while still finding your way to the university on time.
Is Newcastle a good university?
Newcastle University (not to be confused with the University of Newcastle in Australia) ranks in the UK top 30 universities, and in the top 150 worldwide. It is commended for the employability of students after graduation and has excellent relationships with a range of regional, national and international businesses.
What is Newcastle University famous for?
Newcastle Uni is a research-intensive institute, renowned for exploring solutions to major world challenges, and is a global leader in ageing and health, energy, creative arts and data. Newcastle as a city is regularly voted as a favourite for students, with plenty of entertainment options, activities and nightlife to enjoy. Famous alumni include Rowan Atkinson, Katie Adie, Lisa Nandy and Olly Hicks.
Is Newcastle good for a student night out?
Newcastle is a buzzing city, with a compact centre bursting with pubs, bars and clubs, making it perfect for students looking for a fun night of dancing and socialising. You’ll find plenty of student deals and nights across different venues throughout the week, with a range of music to suit all tastes.
Find out more about the city’s lively party scene with our guide to Newcastle’s nightlife.
What can you expect at a Newcastle University open day?
Open days at Newcastle Uni (whether in person or, in some recent years, virtual) help prospective students see what life studying at the institute would be like. Offering accommodation and campus tours, a chance to speak with academic staff and current students and a chance to find out more about the range of degrees on offer, it’s the perfect way to find out whether Newcastle University is the right choice for you.
Do you have to book open days at the Newcastle University?
Yes, booking is required for open days at Newcastle University.
How often does Newcastle University have open days?
Newcastle University tends to offer open days in summer and autumn. The exact dates can change each year, so check the official website to find out more and to book.
How far is Newcastle University from the train station?
Newcastle Central Station offers direct trains to London King’s Cross, Edinburgh and Glasgow. This is just 20 minutes’ walk from Newcastle University campus, or it’s just two stops on the Metro to Haymarket station, which is opposite the campus.
How far is Newcastle University from the nearest Premier Inn hotel?
Prospective students, visiting lecturers and conference attendees choose Premier Inn hotels near Newcastle University due to their great proximity to the campus, as well as their excellent placement in the city. Stop over at our Newcastle City Centre (Millennium Bridge) hotel for quick access to Newcastle University, just a 5 – 10 minute drive, half hour walk or 20 minute Metro journey away. Similarly, you'll also find our Newcastle Quayside hotel a very similar distance away, perfect for enjoying a scenic overlook of the River Tyne during your Newcastle stay, while still finding your way to the university on time.