10 Hotels Near Nightlife In Newcastle, England - Updated 2024

Antonia
Antonia 
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A large industrial city in the North-East of England, Newcastle is one of the most prominent cities in the UK in terms of profile. Over the years, it has also gained a reputation as one of the best places in the country to have a night out. Its famous nightlife attractions include thoroughfares such as the cheap and cheerful Bigg Market, the more select Quayside area, and the Diamond Strip, made famous by the TV show “Geordie Shore”. With plentiful drinking establishments and notable clubs such as Digital and Tiger Tiger, you can be sure that whether you’re in Newcastle for a long time or a short time, you’ll always have a good time. Below, we take you through the city’s best hotels for revelers; check out the top hotels near nightlife in Newcastle.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) recent guest reviews, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and location with easy access to nightlife (attractions and hangouts). The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on April 07, 2024.

1. Jurys Inn Newcastle (from USD 82)

Right in Newcastle’s city center, Jurys Inn offers guests wonderful accessibility, as it’s just 550 yards (500 meters) away from the train station, and near excellent nightclubs such as Popworld and The Globe. While not precisely a boutique hotel, Jurys does ensure the best in comfort and relaxation, with spacious rooms, large beds, and flat-screen TVs. A contemporary restaurant on site serves a range of international cuisines, while you can also sample their range of bar snacks before or after an evening in the town.

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Leonardo Hotel Newcastle - Formerly Jurys Inn

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Scotswood Road
1.49 km (1.0 mi) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Laundry Dry cleaning

2. Jurys Inn Newcastle Gateshead Quayside (from USD 88)

A splendid view over the River Tyne is in store for anyone who books into this charming and affordable hotel close to the Quayside area. With a range of excellent pubs in the area, you won’t even need to hail a taxi to be close to the upmarket hostelries in this part of Newcastle - although you might appreciate one on the way back! Each room offers satellite TV and a hair-dryer, and the private bathrooms are roomy, perfect for primping in advance of a big night out.

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Leonardo Hotel Newcastle Quayside - Formerly Jurys Inn

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: South Shore Road, Gateshead Quays
250 meters (0.2 ft) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Terrace Non-smoking rooms

3. County Hotel Newcastle (from USD 123)

With luxury inside and a stunning view of Newcastle’s city center when you look out your window, this hotel is a perfect location for people spending a few days in the city. Close to all of the shopping you could possibly wish for, the hotel is also within a 10-minute walk of the O2 Arena, Newcastle’s premier concert venue. You’re also within easy reach of the Quayside area of the city. In the rooms themselves, everything you could wish for is laid on from satellite TV to high-speed WiFi, and if you just want a few quiet drinks, the bar in the hotel is an ideal option.

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County Hotel & County Aparthotel Newcastle

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Neville Street
1.15 km (0.8 mi) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Non-smoking rooms

4. Maldron Hotel Newcastle (from USD 108)

The stylish, modern edifice of the Maldron Hotel encloses an interior that’s ideal for day-trippers and longer-term guests alike. Located in the city center, just off Eldon Square, the hotel is close to a number of pubs and restaurants, and full continental, English and Irish breakfasts are available every day. Popular nearby hostelries include the Alchemist on Eldon Square, and - considering the city center location - rooms are surprisingly affordable.

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Maldron Hotel Newcastle

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille Visual Aid: Tactile

Address: Newgate Street
1.08 km (0.7 mi) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Garden Terrace

5. Hotel Indigo Newcastle (from USD 137)

In a city with plenty of chain hotels, those in search of something a little more unique may well enjoy the Indigo - a boutique hotel with individually-decorated rooms and an on-site restaurant curated by famous chef Marco Pierre White. Nearby, you’ll find plenty of clubs as funky as the hotel itself, with Bonbar and the Cosmic Ballroom right on the doorstep. Each stylishly-decorated room has a complimentary minibar as well as an ensuite bathroom with a rain-effect shower.

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Hotel Indigo Newcastle, an IHG Hotel

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Fenkle Street
1.19 km (0.8 mi) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Parking Restaurant Room service Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Terrace Non-smoking rooms

6. Hilton Newcastle Gateshead (from USD 107)

As the Hilton name is a reliable marker of quality, it will come as no surprise that the Newcastle Gateshead property is in very much the same vein. Excellent views from the hotel include the iconic Tyne Bridge, while the rooms themselves offer comfort and luxury in the form of granite ensuite bathrooms, and even access to video games. The hotel is also a short, picturesque walk from the Tup Tup Palace, one of the city’s most prestigious clubs, and frequently voted one of the best in Britain.

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Hilton Newcastle Gateshead

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Bottle Bank
589 meters (0.4 ft) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Parking Restaurant Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Fitness centre

7. Sleeperz Hotel Newcastle (from USD 70)

Holidaymakers who book into Sleeperz hotel can be confident that their every need will be taken into account, and will enjoy the little touches such as under-floor heating and steam-free mirrors in the bathroom. Centrally-located, you’ll find you’re within easy walking distance of the most popular bars and clubs in the city, and you’re right next door to the Tokyo rooftop cocktail bar - an enthralling night out in the summer. The on-site restaurant offers full continental and English breakfasts, and from your room, you can call any UK landline for free.

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Sleeperz Hotel Newcastle

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: 15 Westgate Road
891 meters (0.6 ft) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Restaurant Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Non-smoking rooms Facilities for disabled guests Family rooms Internet services

8. Malmaison Newcastle (from USD 222)

The Malmaison is a perfect hotel for those who want to feel like a VIP. Plush, modern furnishings line the floors and walls of this boutique-style accommodation, and views over the Tyne include some spectacular vistas that feature the Millennium Bridge. The hotel is located directly on the Quayside, among the more upmarket bars, clubs, and restaurants, and you can get ready for your night out in style thanks to individualized rooms with mood lighting, and ensuites with power showers as standard.

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Malmaison Newcastle

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Quayside
146 meters (478.8 ft) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre

9. Sandman Signature Newcastle Hotel (from USD 113)

The Sandman hotel is a short walk away from Newcastle’s legendary Bigg Market - home to Liquid, Filthy’s and any number of other Newcastle institutions. You’ll find a sports bar on site, but if you want to take in some real sports, it’s worth bearing in mind that this hotel is next door to St James’ Park - home to one of the country’s best-known football clubs, Newcastle United. With attentive staff, free WiFi, and a fitness center on site, this is a hotel you’ll be happy to spend a night in.

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Sandman Signature Newcastle Hotel

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Gallowgate
1.51 km (1.0 mi) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre

10. Grey Street Hotel (from USD 170)

Visitors who really want to spoil themselves should keep the Grey Street Hotel at the forefront of their minds - aside from the opulent rooms which are full of character, the hotel also offers luxury linens and access to an on-site health and beauty center. Those on working trips will be delighted by the presence of free WiFi throughout and laptop safes in each room. If you’re into modern dance music, check out Bijoux on nearby Mosley Street; those of a more retro frame of mind will enjoy Flares, which is just next door.

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Grey Street Hotel

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: 2-12 Grey Street
740 meters (0.5 ft) from Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Terrace Non-smoking rooms

Looking fine on the banks of the Tyne: See Newcastle in style!

Newcastle’s commitment to good times and exciting nights is no secret to anyone who has spent time in the UK, but what might surprise a lot of people is just how excellent its hotels are. Whether you want comfortable functionality, or something more spectacular, there are options to suit all preferences and pockets. Check into one of the above hotels, and you can be sure you’ll have the time of your life on Tyneside.

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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Antonia Kelly is a freelance writer based in Leicester, UK and she enjoys European travel as well as road trips closer to home. Her favourite domestic destinations include Snowdonia and the Brecon...Read more

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