Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Hotels
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Having a tough time finding a budget hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne? There's something for every traveller in this fantastic city, regardless of how much they want to spend. Metro Inns has rooms from only $37, while the Campanile Washington Newcastle-Upon-Tyne starts at only $48 for a double room. You can expect superior comfort in hotels such as the über trendy Roomzzz Newcastle City, from $242 per night, and Sandman Signature Newcastle Hotel, from $214 per night. Spend your days visiting the cosmopolitan sights of this sophisticated city before sleeping like a baby knowing you got a great deal.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

The Adelphi
The Adelphi
|
8.8
Excellent
63 Fern Avenue Jesmond , Newcastle-upon-Tyne
from $54
Malmaison Newcastle
Malmaison Newcastle
|
8.8
Excellent
104 Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
from $106
Travelodge Newcastle Central
Travelodge Newcastle Central
|
8.0
Excellent
Forster Street Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
from $55
Best Western New Kent Hotel
Best Western New Kent Hotel
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8.4
Excellent
Osborne Road Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
from $44
The Wingrove
The Wingrove
Wingrove Avenue, Newcastle upon Tyne
from $86
The Townhouse Hotel
The Townhouse Hotel
1 West Avenue, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
from $89
Copthorne Hotel Newcastle
Copthorne Hotel Newcastle
|
8.3
Excellent
The Close Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
from $46
Holiday Inn Newcastle Jesmond
Holiday Inn Newcastle Jesmond
|
8.6
Excellent
Jesmond Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
from $55
The Jesmond Park
The Jesmond Park
Queens Road, Newcastle upon Tyne
from $36
Affordable House
Affordable House
Walker Road 1019, Newcastle upon Tyne
from $67
More About Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Hotels...

What are Luxury Hotels like in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne?

Luxury hotels in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne range from Hotel Indigo Newcastle, with its modern decor, free Wi-Fi, and conveniently central location, to the spacious Staybridge Suites Newcastle, which is walking distance from the redeveloped and revitalised Quayside and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Arts, and Malmaison Newcastle which offers guests an airport shuttle, bar and lounge, fitness centre, and spa and sauna facilities.

What's the average price for Friday or Saturday night hotel stays?

July and August is peak holiday season in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, when the weather is warmest and driest, and the city's calendar is packed with fun events. Luxury Newcastle-upon-Tyne hotels, such as Kenilworth House, will set you back around $440 per night on a weekend. Mid-range hotels, such as Travelodge Newcastle Central Hotel, cost around $125 per night, including breakfast. At the budget end of the spectrum, look at a hotel like Ravensdene Lodge Hotel. Despite being near popular Sawtell Park and Gateshead, rooms here are around $60 per night. Get the best deals by booking as far in advance as possible if traveling in the summer, or around Christmas and New Year's.

Are Airbnbs available in Newcastle-upon-Tyne?

Cheap hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne aren't the only option for travellers looking to save money on their stay. There's a variety of Airbnbs to suit the size of your party and your purse. With its superb address and fabulous views, the Luxury Quayside Penthouse will make sure your stay is memorable, sleeping 6 people for around $375 per night in high season. For a more personal stay, a double-private room in a shared house costs around $41 per night.

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