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Copthorne Newcastle: NICE AND QUIET

I found myself here on business and it was ok. Had I paid myself I might have gone elsewhere, but it’s reasonable. The hotel is kind of 'middle aged'. Not new and not too old for a complete upgrade. My room was nice with a great view over the River Tyne and my bed and pillows were excellent. The mini bar was cold, the TV worked, the bathroom functional and I had a nice table and chairs overlooking the river. You could easily work from your room.

The gym was old and worn out. It worked ok and the Jacuzzi was hot. Really nice. The pool was ok and the dressing rooms flooded.

The hotel is healthy walk to everything in the city, but just around the corner from the Castle itself and not far from the main train station.

Parking is in a chargeable car park that is not cheap.

Enjoy !

• Great views of the river
• Gym, pool and jacuzzi
• Ok restaurant
• Walkable to town
• Nice, but slightly dated rooms
• Expensive car parking

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Business Travel, Luxury Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written July 13, 2015
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Marriott Sunderland: By the sea

Marriot Sunderland located in Seaburn, which is ideally situated on beach front. Half the rooms over look the sea front or the car park to the rear. My room was spacious with enough room to fit a crib and to move around the very comfortable King-size bed.
The Breakfast was expensive at £16.95 per person, but has verything you could think of, the dining room was lovely yet the cost of the food there was expensive. The pool area was nice and was open early til late allowing me to get a morning swim before breakfast or should you fancy a soak in a jacuzzi after a busy day of sight seeing then its opening hours are perfect.
An excellent 4 star hotel with good links to Sunderland or Newcastle via the Metro.
Rooms start from £110.00 per room per night including Breakfast rising to around £155.00, so book early.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written April 13, 2007
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Hilton Newcastle/ Gateshead: Stye and chiciest

The Hilton sits on opposite side of the Tyne is virtually facing the Premier travel inn. The price starts from around £135.00 per room per night and include breakfast, although if you book in advance and can be flexible on your dates you can get a room for less.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written April 13, 2007

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Premier Travel Inn: Superb Location

There is such abundance of choice in accommodation with in this city, from budget to the sear luxury.
I recommend the Premier travel inn, located on the quay side near to the New Bridge. This hotel follows the same model as all the other travel inns. The rooms are a bit small and lack extras like a swimming pool, but you didn’t come here for swimming right?
The location is superb and cost starts from as little as £65.00 per room per night, add breakfast for just £7.50 per person.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written April 13, 2007

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