Where to Stay in Newcastle 

Where to stay is such an important decision when planning your visit. With so much to consider and so many options it’s easy to become overwhelmed in the process.

The number of hotels situated in Newcastle's city centre, means you will definitely find a base within close proximity to all the action, as well as convenient transport links.
Alternatively, if you prefer a little escapism and tranquility, perhaps consider some of the hotels located on the fringes of city, so you can experience the best of both worlds.

We’ve aimed to make the decision a little easier with a small yet diverse selection of some of the stunning hotels available in the area.



Castle Garth, Newcastle, NE1 1RQ

Located at the heart of Newcastle’s Quayside, the elegant Vermont hotel is the perfect base to discover all that Newcastle has to offer. Dating back to the 1930’s, this neo-classical building is steeped in history, formerly being a County Hall for Northumberland. Positioned on a hill side the hotel offers stunning riverside views, but if that isn’t enough, the stylish roof top bar ‘Above’ boasts panoramic, breath-taking views of the city and beyond.



Bridge Court, Newcastle, NE1 3BE

The latest exciting hotel to launch on Newcastle’s Quayside is the INNSiDE. Described as a ‘Lifestyle’ hotel, this newcomer offers a perfect base catering to both business and leisure with an advantageous location. The contemporary, sleek interior is adorned with chic furniture in tasteful muted tones, accompanied by stylish suspended lighting and floor to ceiling windows offering maximum day light, whilst also exposing stunning views of the river Tyne and its iconic bridges.



15-25 High Bridge, Newcastle, NE1 1EW

If you want to be central you won’t find a better location than Motel One. Located on the cobbled streets of High Bridge, this convenient hotel brings all that Newcastle has to offer to your doorstep. The modern and inviting interior is dressed with stylish furniture featuring quirky touches throughout. Surrounded by the buzz of the city, you can immerse yourself in the culture, architecture, heritage and hospitality, that Newcastle is renowned for.



Jesmond Dene Road, Newcastle, NE2 2EY

Balancing the city buzz with tranquillity of the country, Jesmond Dene House offers an oasis of calm, perfectly located between both worlds. Classic and comfortable, no two rooms are the same as each offers their own unique surprise, such as a private terrace or a window seat. Newcastle’s only independently owned boutique hotel is the definition of luxury with grand surroundings blending seamlessly with contemporary style.



Allan House, Newcastle, NE1 2BE

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Newcastle Quayside, sits the luxurious Hotel Du Vin. What was once the headquarters of the Tyne Tees Steam Shipping company, has been cleverly converted in to a luxury hotel, which graciously acknowledges its heritage with a subtle nautical theme featured throughout. Expect elegant roll topped baths, exposed original brickwork, high ceilings, fine wines, great food and stunning surroundings.



Buxton Street, Newcastle, NE1 6NL

If you prefer to be at the centre of the action, Staybridge Suites are a great choice. The all-suite hotel offers modern apartment style accommodation to provide a relaxed and comfortable stay as well as the most convenient location. Situated within close proximity to the Quayside, you can take your pick from the vast choice of bars and restaurants lining the waterfront. A six minute drive from Newcastle’s Utilita Arena, a 15 minute walk from the concert venue the Sage Gateshead, and a few minutes’ walk to the city centre, means that you can fully experience everything that this vibrant city has to offer during your stay.



17 Newgate Street, Newcastle, NE1 5RE

Situated at the heart of the city centre, the Maldron provides the perfect base to explore the city. This brand new 4 star hotel is conveniently located to enable quick and easy access to many of the popular attractions and activities the city has to offer. Within walking distance of the many shops, restaurants and popular tourist attractions such as St James’ Park, Greys Monument, Theatre Royal , Hancock museum and much more, your itinerary will be bursting with things to do and see during your stay.