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Where to Stay in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne – a neighbourhood guide

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Vibrant and exciting enough to bring out anyone's inner party animal, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne is a destination on the rise with British visitors and international holidaymakers alike. Whether you want top-notch shopping, the bright lights and roaring fun of a night on the Toon, or a sumptuous slice of a city centre fast becoming one of Europe’s most attractive cultural hubs, then book a hotel – there's a great range to choose from.
Hotels in Jesmond

 

 

Osborne Road boasts a good smattering of hotels that'll fit pretty much any budget. Most options in Jesmond are modest, convenient, and friendly, offering standard perks like free parking and WiFi, in a cheerful atmosphere for a reasonable price. More lavish accommodation can also be found to the north of the area.

 

Westgate Road

 

 

Running right down into the bright lights and thumping beats of the city centre, Westgate Road is about as prime a location as you can get for a true taste of Newcastle. At the riverside end of the road, you’ll be less than a 5-minute walk from an abundance of favourite attractions, including Eldon Square Shopping Centre, the Theatre Royal, the Life Science Centre, and St James' Park. Of course, countless restaurants, cafes, and bars are on hand and waiting to be indulged in.

 

Hotels on Westgate Road

 

 

Hotels along Westgate Road vary from the chic, boutique kind with bold modern decor, ideal for a romantic weekend break, to reliable chain accommodation perfect for a business trip or a night in Newcastle with mates. Either way, the attractions of the city will be on your doorstep.

 

Quayside

 

Once a busy working docklands, in recent years the Quayside district of Newcastle has been triumphantly redeveloped, transforming into a buzzing hive of cultural activity. With plenty of cool and trendy bars, restaurants, and nightclubs scattered along the riverside, not to mention the views across the flowing Tyne itself, it’s easy to see why it’s become such a popular tourist hotspot.

 

Hotels in Quayside

 

The hotels in and around the Quayside area of Newcastle are among the coolest the city has to offer – think swanky cocktail bars that could grace the pages of a style magazine, along with on-site saunas and spas. Less showy chains are also available, and all Quayside pads are a good bet if you want premium comforts and a central location.