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Copthorne Hotel Newcastle

Copthorne Hotel Newcastle

4 of 5 • 1,012 reviews
Central
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Sandman Signature Newcastle Hotel

Sandman Signature Newcastle Hotel

4.3 of 5 • 756 reviews
Leazes
$76
Jurys Inn Newcastle Gateshead Quays

Jurys Inn Newcastle Gateshead Quays

4.2 of 5 • 705 reviews
Central
$56
Tune Hotel Newcastle

Tune Hotel Newcastle

4 of 5 • 665 reviews
Central
$38
Hotel du Vin & Bistro Newcastle

Hotel du Vin & Bistro Newcastle

4.5 of 5 • 203 reviews
Central
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South Shields Luxurious Apartment

South Shields Luxurious Apartment

West Park
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Jesmond Dene House

Jesmond Dene House

4.8 of 5 • 77 reviews
Gosforth
$96
The Vermont Hotel

The Vermont Hotel

4 of 5 • 452 reviews
Central
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Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead

Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead

4 of 5 • 623 reviews
Central
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Malmaison Newcastle

Malmaison Newcastle

4.4 of 5 • 544 reviews
Central
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Newcastle-upon-Tyne hotels come in all shapes and sizes; from 5-star and 4-star hotels for visitors on a luxury holiday, to great value, cosy B&B accommodation. A stay in one of the great hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne is the ideal way to see the sights of one of the most beautiful cities in northern England.

A nice place to start is the Castle Keep, the attraction that gave Newcastle its name. Located in the very centre of the city, it's a great place to visit after dropping your bags in your pick of the city's luxury hotels. Reaching right back to Roman times, the castle is a fine example of the kind of history you'll find on every corner in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

For sports fans, Newcastle is a real gem of a city, with Kingston Park Stadium, the Sports Direct Arena (still know as St. James Park to the local Geordies) and the wonderful Stadium of Light; all located in or around the city. It's the perfect place for you and your friends to take in a great game while staying in one of the many business hotels in the area. The Premiership is possibly the most famous soccer league in the world and, with two major teams based in the city, Newcastle really is a special place for a sports weekend.

For a less noisy spectacle, the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Theatre Royal always has a marvelous show on offer, with a varied calendar ranging from ballet and opera to contemporary dance and pantomime. As this is the northern base of the Royal Shakespeare Company, you could try to time your visit to coincide with some of the most professional tellings of the Bard's work and stay at one of the myriad of charming romantic hotels that Newcastle has to offer.

If shopping is your bag, Newcastle is guaranteed to satisfy your needs. After a good breakfast and a pampering session in one of the city's lush spa hotels, pay a visit to the Eldon Square Shopping Centre and spend the day in one of the United Kingdom’s largest retail centers. Make sure to call into the flagship Debenhams store, as well as one of the largest John Lewis stores in the country.

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