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Things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne

St James' Park
The Sage Gateshead
Gateshead Millennium Bridge

How much are hotels near St James' Park?

Hotels near St James' Park are typically 19% less expensive than the average hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne, which is £61.

Hotels near St James' Park

How much are hotels near The Sage Gateshead?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of Newcastle upon Tyne that is closest to The Sage Gateshead. The average price near The Sage Gateshead is £49/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near The Sage Gateshead are typically 19% less expensive than the average hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne, which is £61.

Hotels near The Sage Gateshead

How much are hotels near Gateshead Millennium Bridge?

Hotels near Gateshead Millennium Bridge are typically 19% less expensive than the average hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne, which is £61.

Hotels near Gateshead Millennium Bridge

When to book a hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne

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Low season
April
High season
July

cheapest month to stay

26%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

35%

expected price increase

Price
£57 - £115
Highest day of week
Saturday
Cheapest day of week
Sunday

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Average price (weeknight)

£58

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Average price (weekend night)

£65

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Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
£28 - £43
3 star
£56 - £66
4-5 star
£72 - £88

Newcastle upon Tyne travel tips

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Getting around Newcastle upon Tyne

It is best to explore the compact city centre of Newcastle on foot. To explore the rest of the city, you have an efficient metro system as well as a well-connected network of buses. A 1-Zone single ticket costs £1.70 GBP, while a Metro DaySaver ticket allows you unlimited travel within 1 Zone for £2.90 GBP. The tickets allow you to travel on the Metro, Shields Ferry (ferry service between North and South Shields), and local rail services (Tyne and Wear Metro) between Newcastle and Sunderland. Buses are run by different providers, so timetables and fares vary. However, the Network One Day Rover ticket offers unlimited 1 day travel on buses run by multiple operators within Tyne and Wear for £7.20 GBP. If you are visiting some of the attractions on the Quayside, the Quaylink buses Q1, Q2 and Q3 are the routes that link most of the popular attractions. There are multiple taxi service providers in the city and taxis are available easily. You also have the option to hire a bike across various centres in the city. Renting a car is an option if you wish to explore the surrounding counties. Remember that in the city, roadside parking meters accept only coins and most residential streets may have reserved parking only for permit holders. Find the best deals for car rentals with momondo.

Best time to visit Newcastle upon Tyne

Like most parts of the UK, the weather in Newcastle upon Tyne is also rather unpredictable, but is mostly quite dry. From November – March, fog, mist and a few days of snowfall are common occurrence. Temperatures range from minus 12 – plus 7 degrees Celsius. From April – June, a few wet days are possible, so don’t forget to bring your umbrella and a coat if you are visiting during this period. Summer months from July – September are usually warm and dry, but the odd thunderstorm can lead to a wide range of temperatures from 15 – 35 degrees Celsius. This is also the peak tourist season, hence travel and accommodation rates are on the higher side. From September – late November, you are likely to find good deals and bargains on flights and hotels. If you do not mind the rather cool nights when temperatures dip to approximately 5 degrees Celsius, this is a good time to avoid the crowds while exploring the city.


How much does a hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne cost per night?

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2 stars or below
The Brighton
No. 1 most popular

The Brighton

8.4

£58

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Cairn Hotel Newcastle Jesmond
No. 2 most popular

Cairn Hotel Newcastle Jesmond

8.2

£38

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Hotel Express Newcastle Gateshead
Best value

Hotel Express Newcastle Gateshead

7.1

£23

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3 stars
Ravensdene Lodge
No. 1 most popular

Ravensdene Lodge

£29

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OYO Knowesgate Hotel
No. 2 most popular

OYO Knowesgate Hotel

6.9

£82

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Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport
Best value

Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport

7.5

£25

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4 stars and up
Roomzzz Newcastle
No. 1 most popular

Roomzzz Newcastle

9.6

£62

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Village Hotel Newcastle
Best value

Village Hotel Newcastle

8.1

£60

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Hostels and cheap hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

These hotels and hostels usually make for a cheap way to stay in Newcastle upon Tyne
The Townhouse Hotel

The Townhouse Hotel

£22

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Ravensdene Lodge

Ravensdene Lodge

£30

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Hotel Express Newcastle Gateshead

Hotel Express Newcastle Gateshead

7.1

£24

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OYO The Royal Hotel

OYO The Royal Hotel

7.8

£31

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Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport

Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport

7.5

£26

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Whites Hotel

Whites Hotel

7.3

£35

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Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport

Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport

7.5

£26

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Best Western New Kent Hotel

Best Western New Kent Hotel

8.4

£44

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Roomzzz Newcastle

Roomzzz Newcastle

9.6

£62

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Caledonian Hotel

Caledonian Hotel

8.4

£51

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Hotel Express Newcastle Gateshead

Hotel Express Newcastle Gateshead

7.1

£24

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Whites Hotel

Whites Hotel

7.3

£35

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Where to stay in Newcastle upon Tyne

Best places to stay in Newcastle upon Tyne

United with its twin city Gateshead via 7 bridges on the River Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne is your perfect ‘party city’. The city and its neighbourhoods offer the complete package of a vibrant nightlife, award-winning dining, inspiring heritage and architecture, as well as fantastic shopping facilities.

City Centre

The city centre is the main cultural and commercial centre of Newcastle upon Tyne. Plenty of dining, nightlife, shopping, and home to popular historic sites and museums, staying within the city centre is a great way to explore this port city as well as enjoy views of the River Tyne. You will find plenty of hotels in this area catering to a wide range of budgets. Enjoy your stay at The Vermont Hotel, which combines 1930s glamour with contemporary elegance, and is located next to the Castle Keep. Alternatively, stay at The Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle, a chic, boutique-style hotel that puts you steps away from all the popular attractions, and is located in the former head office building of the world-famous Scottish & Newcastle Brewery.

Jesmond

With a large student population in the area, Jesmond has a multitude of pocket-friendly bars and restaurants, a buzzing nightlife, and several quirky shops and boutiques. You might want to consider staying at the redbrick townhouse property of the Newcastle Jesmond Hotel or stay in modern designer rooms at the New Northumbria Hotel on Osborne Road. You also have the Jesmond Dene House, a grand city mansion with a charming country house ambience.

Grainger Town

This is a neighbourhood of historic buildings and monuments, home to the Theatre Royal, and offers a wide range of bars, restaurants, and galleries. Stay in stylish rooms at the Victorian property of The Country Hotel located directly opposite Newcastle train station. Or choose The Royal Station Hotel, also located in an elegant Victorian building and featuring an indoor heated swimming pool.

Quayside

A historic part of the city offering views of the River Tyne and its bridges, Quayside is home to several popular attractions along the waterfront. Stay in stylish rooms with splendid water views at the Copthorne Hotel, or enjoy the upscale rooms and vibrant atmosphere of the Malmaison Newcastle hotel on the Quayside.

Cheap hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

There are several options for a cheap stay in Newcastle upon Tyne. In the Grainger Town neighbourhood, you have hostel-style accommodation at the Heroes Hotel or the cheery bright rooms of Albatross, on Grainger Street. You can also consider the Sleeperz Hotel Newcastle for colourful, contemporary rooms in the heart of the city centre. At the Quayside, you can look at the Travelodge Newcastle Central Hotel or Premier Inn Newcastle Quayside. Both properties offer an excellent central location, stunning views of River Tyne, and functional rooms at budget prices.


What to do in Newcastle upon Tyne

A heady mix of Victorian heritage and urban sophistication, Newcastle upon Tyne has been named one of the best cities in the UK. Here are some suggestions for an itinerary that lets you soak in the culture and history of this beautiful city in North East England.

  • Visit the Newcastle Castle and enjoy interactive learning of the city’s heritage and medieval history.
  • Walk around the ancient and magnificent structure of St. Nicholas Cathedral built during the 1000s.
  • Admire historic and contemporary art at the Laing Art Gallery and stop by for a cup of coffee and a range of tasty bites at Café Laing.
  • Visit the Great North Museum: Hancock, a museum for interesting insights on natural history and ancient civilisation.
  • Stimulate your senses, experiment and discover something new at the Life Science Centre at Times Square in the city centre.
  • Stop by for a traditional British meal at the award-winning Blackfriars Restaurant & Banquet Hall, which offers succulent dishes such as braised beef, cured duck ham, mini crab cakes, and much more.
  • Stroll along Grey Street for a glimpse into the history of Earl Grey tea. Here you will also find a 7-storey monument dedicated to the famous Earl Grey.
  • Watch a musical, comedy or ballet at the Theatre Royal, located in a magnificent 1700s building with neo-classical interiors. Add a touch of luxury to this experience and indulge in the theatre’s afternoon tea offering.
  • Enjoy the vast greenery and waterfalls at the tranquil, narrow wooded valley in the Jesmond Dene public park.
  • Shop for premium lifestyle and fashion brands at the unique and beautifully decorated Eldon Garden Shopping Centre.
  • Take a leisurely stroll at the Quayside Market on Sundays or the Grainger Market, for handcrafted goods and the freshest local produce.
  • Watch a football game at St. James’ Park or get a behind-the-scenes peek of the stadium as part of the daily tours.
  • Enjoy a great meal at a waterfront restaurant such as Pitcher & Piano Newcastle or go bar hopping in the Quayside neighbourhood. Try exciting cocktails at the Aveika Restaurant and Late Bar or taste some of the best craft beers at BrewDog. Groove to the beat and live music at the Riverside Club well past the regular closing hours of other establishments.

Newcastle upon Tyne travel information

How long do people stay in Newcastle upon Tyne?

2 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Newcastle upon Tyne.

How much does a hotel cost in Newcastle upon Tyne?

The cost of a hotel room in Newcastle upon Tyne will vary according to demand, location and star rating. On average, rooms will cost around £60 per night.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne?

In April prices are at their lowest, making it the most cost-effective time to book a hotel room in Newcastle upon Tyne. You may find the cost of your room has decreased by 26%.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Newcastle upon Tyne?

At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne is Saturday, with Friday being the most expensive.

How much does a hostel in Newcastle upon Tyne cost?

Newcastle upon Tyne Hostels typically cost in the region of £43 a night for each person. This price is taken from hostels and hotels with a 2 star or below rating. Hostels are very economical and come out on average £17 cheaper than the average price of a hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Based on the weather in Newcastle upon Tyne, what attractions are popular during August?

With generally low rainfall expected (61 mm) and an average temperature of 17 °C, those staying at a hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during August, attractions worth visiting near Newcastle upon Tyne are Newcastle Castle, Albert Dock, and London Bridge.