Jesmond Dene House

City breakers who love the finer things in life are guaranteed to find ways to treat themselves with a luxury stay in NewcastleGateshead.

From Michelin-starred restaurants and rooftop bars to world-class theatre and designer shopping - you can upscale your city break in Newcastle. Those of you loved-up city breakers can enjoy a romantic weekend in Newcastle at one of the city's luxury hotels and apartments or if you and your mates just fancy dialing up with the glamour, then why not experience the high-life in the toon while you're here? We've pulled together a list of luxury places to stay in NewcastleGateshead, but if you want champagne luxury on a lemonade budget then keep your eyes out for offers as many of the hotels provide extra deals as well as mid-week perks. 

Discover our guide to 10 luxury hotels in NewcastleGateshead complete with recommendations for the most glamorous suites, penthouse rooms and lavish locations. 

Hotel Du Vin

Hotel du Vin Hotel Du Vin

Perched on the edge of Ouseburn you will find Hotel Du Vin - a popular hospitality chain in a unique setting. You're guaranteed to feel special when you stay in any of their top-class suites and rooms, including the Bridge View Suite which, unsurprisingly, has stunning views of the iconic Quayside bridges. For the full luxury treatment, choose Hotel Du Vin's Signature Suite complete with not one but two, free-standing bath tubs ideal for that romantic city break experience. The spacious open plan bedroom and living area has a sumptuous heritage feel which is echoed in the bistro and bar area downstairs, where you can kick back with a glass of something from the extensive wine cellar, and relax in comfort.

Crowne Plaza

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Crowne Plaza is a modern and stylish city hotel located behind Newcastle's train station in a striking, glass-fronted building. The contemporary hotel knows how to treat its visitors and has a raft of in-house facilities for you to enjoy including fitness centre, Mineral Spa, Hawthorns Restaurant and Gin Bar. Stay the night and enjoy access to the spa and fitness facilities; ramp up the luxury and book a massage or revitalising treatment or choose to stay in a Club Room for unlimited access to Club Lounge where you can indulge in complimentary refreshments and snacks throughout the day. If you're feeling especially bougee, then go full rock star and add the Minibar Package to your booking and sip a chilled GnT in your cosy, complementary bathrobe while you get ready for your Newcastle night out. 

Jesmond Dene House

Jesmond Dene House Jesmond Dene House

Set in the tranquil surroundings of Jesmond Dene is Jesmond Dene House, a stunning, independent boutique hotel which oozes refined elegance. You'll find something to love in each room of the hotel with many of the superior rooms offering relaxing views across the gardens, but if you are feeling particularly flashy then book The Apartment Suite and follow the private staircase into the eaves where you will find a lavish and spacious suite complete with your own private terrace and outdoor seating area. For the ultimate indulgence, let the hotel's Executive Head Chef, Danny Parker (former finalist on MasterChef The Professionals) prepare your evening meal when you visit the onsite Fern Dining Room.  

INNSiDE by Melia

Innside Room INNSiDE by Melia

One of the most recent additions to Newcastle's Quayside is INNSiDE by Melia which offers continental style and chic sophistication. For the full luxury experience, try The Townhouse - a spacious suite with spectacular Quayside views through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Lounge in the separate seating area and use your complementary yoga mat to stretch out after a busy visit to the toon. When you're sat on your private balcony overlooking the River Tyne with a glass of bubbles or an espresso, you'll thank us for the recommendation! 

The Grey Street Hotel

Nothing says 'luxury' quite like an indulgent spa break. Get the best of both worlds with a bustling city break in Newcastle but with a calming overnight stay in an urban spa hotel. The Grey Street Hotel is located on Newcastle's most beautiful street and is ideally situated for visitors who want to embrace the nightlife, sample the best cuisine and experience city-life in Newcastle. The stylish boutique hotel comes complete with onsite City Retreat Spa and award-winning cocktail bar, Leila Lily's.

The Vermont Hotel

Vermont hotel The Vermont Hotel

Positioned next to Newcastle Castle, The Vermont Hotel feels very grandiose with art deco charm and opulent decor. This more traditional hotel promises sumptuous rooms and luxurious extras. The River Suite provides space for relaxing, separate to the bedroom while the Executive Castle Suite has impressive castle views which can be admired from your four-poster bed. Exclusive rooftop bar ABOVE sits atop the hotel and hotel guests can soak up majestic, panoramic views of Newcastle while sipping a cocktail. Indulge your sweet tooth with an afternoon tea in the lounge or dine in at The Maven which is open seven days a week. 

Hilton Newcastle Gateshead

Hilton 2 min Hilton Newcastle Gateshead

Overlooking the Quayside sits the grand Hilton Newcastle Gateshead with sweeping entrance way, swimming pool, spa and gym as well as luxury rooms galore. Aim for the absolutely best and feel like a film star when you stay in the palatial King One Bedroom Suite which provides more space than you will ever need and spectacular views of the Tyne Bridge through its floor to ceiling windows. If you want to leave your spacious suite then make good use of the hotel's Executive Lounge where you'll be able to enjoy refreshments all day. Alternatively, plump for the Queen Executive Room which has a private balcony so you can sip a glass of something fizzy or enjoy your morning coffee whilst you survey the Quayside below. 

The County Hotel

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With over 150 years experience welcoming guests to the Newcastle, The County Hotel is one of the city's original hotels and its Victorian opulence will continue to impress modern-day visitors. Go all out and book the spectacular and spacious Presidential Suite where you'll be bowled over by the lavish ensuite and giant bathtub, or choose the City Penthouse where you can luxuriate in the roll-top bath and admire the heritage decor. Why not stay a little while longer and book into The County Aparthotel where you will benefit from the full hotel treatment while you enjoy the highest standard of home-from-home comfort. 

Maldron Hotel

Venture into Newcastle city centre for a weekend of luxury at the crisp and contemporary, 4-star Maldron Hotel. Settle for no less than the Executive King Suite which has all the mod-cons and luxury features to easy you into your city break. Book your dinner at nearby Blackfriars to continue the luxurious streak or make the short walk up to Fenwick to browse the high-end brands and designer products in the iconic department store. Stay a little longer at Fenwick and embrace the retailer's heritage in their special exhibition celebrating their 140-year anniversary, pick up some artisan delights in the Food Hall or head to the rooftop for a cocktail and nibbles at Roof Thirty Nine.

Sandman Signature

Still feeling extravagant? Sandman Signature in Newcastle is neighbour to the iconic St James' Park and promises to treat you right all year round. The neutral decor has a hint of glamour to it which adds panache to any overnight stay. Choose their Executive King Suite for the ultimate luxury stay, complete with private balcony, spacious seating area and a super king bed you'll struggle to tear yourself away from. 

That's not all...

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That's not all - outside the city, there are more luxury hotels and accommodation from Slaley Hall spa retreat in Northumberland to 5-star luxury south of the river at Seaham Hall, or the opportunity to stay in an historic castle at Langley Castle

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