Your booking experience in Newcastle upon Tyne
Budget hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne
Budget hotels can be found in the up-and-coming Newcastle Airport district, where you may consider Britannia Newcastle Airport with room rates from 50US$ or Newgate Hotel where prices start at 111US$. Rowers Hotel is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to Lancastrian Suite and offers room rates from 56US$.
Proximity to public transport
Holiday Inn Express Newcastle City Centre, situated about a 10-minutes' walk from Radio Arena metro station, is an ideal place in Newcastle upon Tyne for those who want to save their time. If you want to take the train to explore Newcastle upon Tyne, choose Grey Street Hotel next to Newcastle railroad station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Visitors interested in staying in the downtown should check out Hotel Indigo Newcastle or Surtees Hotel, conveniently situated near popular attractions, such as Cafe 21, Fenwick. If you're hoping to stay in Gateshead district, think over booking The Gibside Hotel or The County Hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Accommodation options that are near Cafe 21, Fenwick and city center include Sleeperz Hotel Newcastle and Heroes Hotel - Hostel. To make the most of Newcastle upon Tyne, book a room at the 4-star Malmaison Newcastle, which is close to attractions like St Mary's Cathedral.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
There are 13 options in Newcastle upon Tyne for the upscale traveler, such as Jesmond Dene House and Doubletree By Hilton Hotel Newcastle International Airport to consider in terms of deluxe accommodations. New Northumbria Hotel is an elegant choice of a boutique hotel with the sea views and free self-parking and a patio. Chain hotel you might consider is Travelodge Newcastle Whitemare Pool, within walking distance of The Lighthouse, featuring 61US$.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Hanover Mill Apartments Week2Week is a cozy apartment only 10 minutes' walk from St Mary's Cathedral. Week2Week Stunning 2 Bed Gosforth Apartment is a B&B that is 15 minutes' walk to Isla Shaw Memorial. Royal Station Newcastle has a variety of family-friendly activities and also includes free self-parking, a Jacuzzi and a steam room. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Pets' Corner, such as The Kenilworth or Premier Suites Newcastle.
Newcastle is a destination for those unbiased at heart.
Born on the back of the coal mining industry, Newcastle's past may give you the wrong impression of Newcastle being smothered in dust from coal and from steel, but the city has already abandoned its industrial face for the pleasures of cool retreat.
Newcastle is best if you approach it without prejudice and with a stay with all comforts from Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Newcastle or one appointed with luxuries all are available at Booked.net. We have collected all hotel offers with maps, photos and secure forms.
Change came to Newcastle so rapidly that it led to a city inconsistent in its final shape. While the abandoned factories haven't decayed yet, post-modern architecture is taking their place. Consequently, the city will greet you with a tension within its borders between the old and the new. Unlike complete London, Newcastle is still on the way to its final shape and you can participate in its formation.
You can do it through the sightseeing in the city and on to its glorious history. Attractions include;
The Tyne Bridge, an example of a compression arch suspended-deck bridge
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, famous worldwide for its aesthetic beauty
Central Arcade, a Victorian shopping arcade
The Angel of the North, a sculpture designed by Antony Gormley
The city of Newcastle was in ancient times a Roman settlement, but it rapidly expanded on wool trade in the area. Thanks to its location on the north bank of the River Tyne, Newcastle became a major crossing in the area and it owes its name to the castle built in 1080, by Robert II, the son of William the Conqueror.
The passing years brought new industries to the city with the world's largest shipbuilding factories established in the city. Even though all these heavy industries are long gone, Newcastle is no less important today. The city just shifted from heavy processing to brewing and entertainment businesses with Newcastle United F.C., a Premier League football team in the area and became a showplace of the world's most popular half marathon, the Great North Run since 1981.
In addition, Newcastle won a reputation of the major educational center thanks to the Newcastle University formed in 1834. In the very beginning it provided lectures for 26 students only, but later evolved into a real center for teaching of sciences. This educational institution played a vital role for cultural development of Newcastle as such famous personalities as Rowan Atkinson, actor, and Ed Coode, Olympic gold medalist were university undergraduates.
From the glory bestowed on the city by its famous residents to fame it earned on its own, Newcastle is a chic destination to go to with Booked.net.