Newcastle upon Tyne

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This exquisite property is the perfect marriage between traditional styles and modern luxury. — Lonely Planet
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Tucked behind the railway station, this is a clever conversion of a Georgian townhouse (latterly offices) into loft-style apartments. — The Telegraph
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Sophisticated warehouse conversion on the quayside... Part of the Malmaison chain of boutique hotels, which is renowned for its finger-on-the-pulse modern style, with much use of primary colours. — DK Eyewitness
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2 reviews
A budget hotel with style sounds an oxymoron. — The Telegraph
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This award-winning 170-bed backpackers’ hostel has a variety of clean and modern dorms, from 2-bed to 12-bed, and isn’t far from the town centre. — Rough Guide
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Mid-1930s Manhattan with new-millennium facilities... The location is good, but a view of the castle keep just isn't enough of a sales pitch. — Lonely Planet
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Clean lines and pristine rooms equipped with all mod cons, including rainfall showers and a 'media station' (which really means somewhere to charge and play your iGear). — Lonely Planet
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A bit of designer class along the classiest street in the city centre has been long overdue: the rooms are gorgeous if a touch poky. — Lonely Planet
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It may be on the other - Gateshead - side of the River Tyne, but the hotel's river-facing rooms offer what are arguably the best views of Newcastle to be had. — The Telegraph
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A modern four-star hotel in a riverside location, away from the crowds, and with city-centre attractions within walking distance — The Telegraph
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1 review
Stately bedrooms have their own fireplaces, original artwork, two-person baths, and exotic flowers. — Fodor's
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1 review
The Cumberland Arms is a real-ale community pub in a stout Victorian building, situated in Newcastle’s coolest district — The Telegraph
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This bright, well-priced, contemporary style hotel is 10 minutes from the city centre, amongst a clutch of bars, restaurants and small hotels, in one of the city’s buzzier suburbs — The Telegraph
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Spacious, modern serviced-apartments, thoughtfully designed, offering breakfasts or cook your own meals — The Telegraph
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Slightly off-kilter location, large unfussy rooms with comfort in all the right places and, of course, a serious focus on food and drink. — The Telegraph
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1 review
A large, modern airport hotel, designed for both business and leisure travellers and well-located opposite the terminal — The Telegraph
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A good-value and well-located city-centre hotel with modern, frills-free yet thoughtfully designed rooms for both business- and leisure-guests — The Telegraph
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A budget hotel with a designer feel sounds like a stretch, but this German-owned brand (Newcastle is its fifth outpost in the UK) pulls it off. — The Telegraph
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One of the city’s newest hotels (£42m investment), it puts some pizazz into the usual corporate four-star: locally brewed gin, decent spa, funky design elements and gritty city views. — The Telegraph
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