Holiday Inn Newcastle Upon Tyne

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Great North Road, Seaton Burn, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE13 6BP, United Kingdom
Holiday Inn Newcastle Upon Tyne
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84%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
21%
71
Very Good
37%
125
Average
26%
90
Poor
10%
35
Terrible
3%
13

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families68
  • Couples60
  • Solo60
  • Business58

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Forum Posts

Hotels to avoid

by gwyneddman

I am considering staying in Newcastle later this year. Are there any hotels in the city centre of Newcastle which should be avoided because they are so bad. I have come across a hotel called Whites which has generally received dreadful reviews. Are there any other really bad hotels around the centre of Newcastle.

Re: Hotels to avoid

by ranger49

You might get a more positive response if you requested a recommendation for an hotel - mentioning the location you would prefer and your budget.

Re: Hotels to avoid

by ranger49

You might get a more positive response if you requested a recommendation for an hotel - mentioning the location you would prefer and your budget.

Re: Hotels to avoid

by ranger49

You might get a more positive response if you requested a recommendation for an hotel - mentioning the location you would prefer and your budget.

Re: Hotels to avoid

by ranger49

Oops there is a gremlin in the works - sorry about the repetition.

Re: Hotels to avoid

by nursemint

ive been newcastle many times best area to stay is jesmond avoid hotels well overpriced , hope this helps n hope you enjoy your stay

Re: Hotels to avoid

by travelmad478

Yes, I really wonder why one would ask for bad hotels rather than good ones?

Tripadvisor.com is your friend. Use it!

Re: Hotels to avoid

by leics

The reviews on www.booking.com can only be written by people who have booked a stay through the site *and* completed that stay.

Tripadvisor reviews can be written by anyone, so on that site it is always best to ignore the very best and the very worst reviews and go with the most common view.

I suggest you look for Newcastle hotels on www.booking.com

Travel Tips for Newcastle upon Tyne

for the amercians

by geordieontour

Don,t be put off!! everyone is welcome in Newcastle, you must have a sense of humour as well, dress code may be different to what you expect, ie in the middle of winter males do not wear coats its shirts only, whilst dashing from pub to pub, the females are no better just go with the flow , Also dont mention how big everything is in Amercia, because we have a sauce bottle in Grey street called Greys Monument, For the dog I would recommend Byker Beach close to the city if you can find it, but plenty of green areas to walk the dog,

check out http://www.geordielife.com/ for further tips

The Side

by toonsarah

This is possibly my favourite part of Newcastle. The rather grand architecture of the city centre, with ornate Victorian commercial premises in that lovely pale limestone, starts to give way to a more down to earth style as the wide roads narrow and slope steeply down to the river. This is the original heart of the city and the reason for its existence, and thus it was natural for the city to grow upwards and outwards from this point. In the 1920s the Tyne Bridge was built, arching over the river and over the Side to take traffic directly into what had become the new heart and commercial centre, Grainger Town. To some extent it left this area stranded, but it also gave it one of its most iconic images.

Today the Side buzzes with activity once again, providing both a link between city centre and Quayside and acting as a destination in its own right. There are plenty of bars and restaurants, and an excellent independent photography gallery, also called The Side (see my separate tip on this).

Directions: Follow Grey Street downhill and cross Mosley Street into Dean Street, which soon becomes the Side as it drops steeply to the river.

The River Tyne

by steventilly

Once the Tyne was alive with merchant ships of all sorts, passeneger ships, freighters, colliers, you name it. The quayside teemed with activity, while further towards the coast were the great shipyards that produced some of the finest ships in the world.

The whole river is much changed now - much of the shipbuilding is gone, though there is still a fairly healthy industry building offshore oil production units. The busy North Shields fish quay is a shadow of it's former self, though still the main fish market for the region.

Now, like many riverside areas, there has been a lot of smart housing devlopments and redevelopment of entertainment and nighlife facilities. The quayside at Newcastle is thriving and lively place to spend the evening.

Packing List

by Travel24

Anything no problem, Airport very good, No danger of loss, loads of Help , bring a rain coat You can walk on the beach or in the woods or climb Hadrians Wall so bring a pair of good boots and somthing warm it can be cold, Trip of a lifetime if you come at the right time, Appelby Horse Fair what a weekend Travelers & Gypsy's from all over come to a small yorkshire town and take over, Street racing , Horse trading and lots more what a fantastic weekend. You can get anything you need local shops. No special requirments needed Waterproof gear a visit to the fantastic lake disctrict is a must but between Oct & April can be cold, Clothes can be bought cheap so don't worry Bring somthing from your home you can leave behind !!

Tynemouth Abbey

by jayhawk2000

This ruined abbey is at the mouth of the River Tyne, downstream from Newcastle, and overlooking the North Sea. You can take a ferry between Tynemouth across the river to South Shields. The boat trip is included in the price of a city-wide travel ticket and I found it fascinating to think of people being able to use a ferry to commute!

Along South Shields' seawall is a small lighthouse that's popular with local fishermen. You can watch ships sailing in and out of the port plus take in a sweeping panorama of the abbey on the north shore.

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