Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne is known around the world for its sport, art and nightlife, as well as that famous Geordie culture. Newcastle not only boasts its own iconic attractions, shopping and museums, but it also serves as a base to discover the beauty of Northeast England, the Northumberland coast and Hadrian’s Wall. When it comes to hotels in Newcastle city centre, the Novotel Newcastle Airport offers you the best of both worlds – it’s ideally located 12 minutes’ drive from the city centre and five minutes to the airport. Enjoy free Wi-Fi in the modern rooms and a bright and early breakfast for those with flights first thing in the morning. The city is easy to get around, either by bike, foot or the Metro, a fast and affordable train and light rail service. In Newcastle, you can walk along the River Tyne and see some of Newcastle’s well-known bridges, see the ancient remains of the Castle Keep and the Roman fort at Segedunum, and wander around Grainger Town, the historic heart of the city. Football fans should try to catch a Newcastle United game at their home ground of St James Park, while shopaholics will want to head straight to Northumberland Street. As soon as the day starts to end, it’s time to head to the pub and have a pint of Newcastle Brown Ale. When it comes to eating, drinking and nightlife, there aren’t many cities that compare to Newcastle – you’re guaranteed to have a good time wherever you go.


Our hotels in Newcastle Upon Tyne

3-4 star hotels

4.84 k.m from the city centre

Breakfast - from the hot buffet in the airy restaurant or on the terrace overlooking the leafy garden - gets your day off to a sunny start. The indoor...

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