A small and lively city centre packed with pubs, bars and clubs makes Newcastle the perfect place for a night out. Whether you’re planning a few quiet drinks or celebrating a stag or hen do, checking in to one of Premier Inn’s Newcastle hotels means you’ll always have a comfy bed to come back to when it’s closing time.
Nightlife in Newcastle
If your dream night out involves strong ales, hearty grub and board games, you’ve come to the right place. Newcastle city centre has plenty of traditional pubs to keep you well fed and watered.
Steeped in Newcastle’s shipbuilding heritage, Bacchus is a city centre pub with a grand ocean liner theme. Check out their great selection of real ale and learn about the city’s maritime history at the same time.
If you want somewhere a little cosier, head to Lady Grey’s for vintage dark wood interiors and soft chandelier lighting. This city centre pub offers a wide range of beers, whiskeys and wines, plus some fine pub food.
Heading to watch a match at St James’ Park? Make a pit stop at the Earl of Pitt Street. One of TripAdvisor’s best ranking pubs, it has a great atmosphere, posh pub grub and its Vivienne Westwood inspired decor is a treat for the eyes, too.
Traditional pubs in Newcastle
Hope you’ve packed your dancing shoes because Newcastle’s club scene is legendary. And, if you’re looking for a hotel that’s close to all the action, our Newcastle City Centre (The Gate) hotel is just a short stroll away - you won’t even need to queue for a cab.
Explore Tup Tup Palace for great tunes and lavish Easter-inspired interior, complete with waterfalls and mosaic lamps.Head to Riverside for LED video walls and some of the city’s finest resident DJs. Or try The Cut to experience Newcastle’s take on Berlin squat parties.
Drapes and chandeliers make House of Smith the luxury choice for house music aficionados, while the Cosmic Ballroom is the place for fans of electronica.
From commercial chains to trendy independents, with some quirky themed bars thrown in for good measure, Newcastle’s bars offer something for everyone.
In the city centre you’ll find high street favourite Ohso, exposed brickwork and cosy booths at Perdu and themed bars and a disco room in Tiger Tiger.
Looking for a laidback joint? Alvinos has comfy booth seating, plus table football and pinball machines to keep you entertained.
For a happening weekend spot, head to Hoochie Coochie and enjoy DJs getting the party started with some good time soul, funk and jazz.
If you fancy dinner as well as drinks, take a trip to Jesmond’s fashionable bar-restaurant, As You Like It. Over three floors, you can move between the intimate dining room, take your pick from a choice of bars or enjoy its great garden terrace.