A Total Guide to Hotels in Newcastle

Whether you just want somewhere to rest your tired legs after a hard day walking all over Newcastle or a luxury hotel to make your romantic weekend even more memorable, we’ve got you covered.

Every hotel on our list is centrally located, clean, comfortable, has a 24/7 reception, and excellent reviews on Trip Advisor.

If you haven’t already booked your transfer to the hotel we recommend booking it in advance as taxis from the airport are more expensive. You can book through a reliable source here.

Alternatively, all hotels on this list are accessible by public transport. Check out our Getting Around Newcastle article to see the best way of getting to your hotel from either the airport or train station.

Budget hotels in Newcastle

Those of you planning on spending most of your time away from the hotel room or are looking to keep to a budget then look no further. Our budget picks are centrally located, clean, and comfortable, and won’t cost the earth.

Sleeperz – From £43.00 per night
Located only 350 yards away from Newcastle Central Station, Sleeperz is convienient, clean and modern. Newcastle’s famous nightlife is just across the road and access to transport links couldnt be better.

Rooms are great for the price with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen satellite TV’s, tea and coffee-making facilities and under-floor heating and anti-steam mirrors in each private bathroom.

Motel One – From £69.00 per night
Situated in a lively part of town between the infamous Bigg Market and the UK’s most beautiful street, Motel One offers up all the comforts of home with free Wi-Fi, a private bathroom with a rain shower, a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities.

Hampton by Hilton – From £74.00 per night
Conveniently located in the heart of the city, Hampton by Hilton Newcastle is directly opposite Newcastle Central Station and a stone’s throw away from the iconic Quayside.

As well as being in the thick of all the action, the hotel offers guests free Wi-Fi, modern and stylish rooms, 24-hour fitness centre and free breakfast.

Premium Hotels in Newcastle

Premium Hotels in Newcastle are in abundance. With many large chain hotels and boutique hotels operating in the area, our picks are both reliable and popular hotels on visits to Newcastle.

Our premium picks are well within budget, centrally located, and add that little touch of value for money without burning the cash.

Sandman Signature – From £93.00 per night
Overlooking the world famous St James’ Park football stadium, The Sandman Signature once housed the offices of Newcastle United’s best sponsor, Newcastle Breweries.

Today, boutique-style bedrooms await visitors as to does a fitness centre, free Wi-Fi and a gastro bar.

Hotel Indigo – From £95.00 per night
This boutique Newcastle hotel offers quirky, 4-star accommodation 2 minutes’ walk from Central Station. This hotel is a perfect location for nightlife or St James’ Park, both are within 5 minutes walking distance.

The hotel is also home to the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill meaning you can indulge in the perfect steak by a world renowned chef after a busy day of sightseeing.

Malmaison – From £116.00 per night
The Malmaison hotel chain needs no introduction to its sophisticated French flair, but Malmaison Newcastle tweaks it up a notch with it’s beautiful setting overlooking the Millenium bridge on Newcastle’s famous quayside.

Stylish rooms, gym and a luxurious spa make a stay in this beautifully converted river-front warehouse make this a serious contender.

Luxury hotels in Newcastle

We’ll be honest, Newcastle isn’t home to many 5 star hotels or luxury retreats. But there are few hotels which offer the luxury without the extra star.

Whether you’re used to the finer things in life or you’re celebrating something special, a good hotel makes all the difference.

Hilton Newcastle/Gateshead – From £100.00 per night
No other hotel gives you a better view of the Tyne Bridge than at the Hilton Newcastle/Gateshead. The 4* hotel which offers a beautiful vantage point also comes equipped with everything you’d expect from the Hilton Brand.

All rooms have granite en suite bathrooms, work desks and TVs with video games and pay-per-view channels. Executive rooms or suites offer access to the Executive Lounge with complimentary refreshments. The hotel also has the Windows on the Tyne restaurant and LivingWell Health Club with pool facilities.

Hotel Du Vin – From £155.00 per night
With breath-taking views over the Quayside and the River Tyne, Hotel Du Vin offers luxurious accommodation within a converted building once home to the Tyne Tees Steam Shipping Company.

Each room has fine Egyptian cotton linen, a deep bath and a power shower as well as glorious views of the seven bridges. Guests will also enjoy the magnificent bistro restaurant and Laroche wine tasting.

The Vermont – From £167.00 per night
This impressive Manhattan-style tower is just a 5-minute walk from the main shopping district and vibrant night life. It has direct access to the lively Quayside area, and is 0.3 miles from Newcastle Rail Station.

Rooms are comfortable with TV, fully-stocked minibar and free tea and coffee facilities. The Maven Restaurant boasts spectacular views of the Tyne Bridge, whilst the Redwood Bar has a relaxing fireplace and sofas. Livello Cocktail and late night Bar and Courtyard opens onto the Quayside.