If you’re looking for accessible accommodation in NewcastleGateshead, you can feel reassured that there are a number of great places to stay which will cater for your needs and make your stay in the city as comfortable as possible. 

Take a look below to discover accessible hotels in the area.

The Maldron Hotel

4-Star Hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne | Maldron Hotel Newcastle

The Maldron Hotel is a four-star hotel in the centre of Newcastle, ideal for business and leisure trips, and close by to local amenities. The Maldron offers afternoon teas and dining experiences that ensure a luxurious stay. 

The hotel has 14 accessible bedrooms, as well as wet rooms and lifts to all floors. 

The Crowne Plaza

Crowne Plaza Hotel Newcastle - Stephenson Quarter (ihg.com)

The Crowne Plaza located in the Stephenson Quarter in Newcastle is just a few minutes away from the train station, with a gym, 24 hour dining and spa. The Crowne Plaza offers guests something special with relaxing massages followed by cocktails at the Gin Bar.

The Crowne Plaza has wheelchair accessible rooms, ramp access and lift access to all floors. 

The Hilton Hotel

Hilton Hotel Newcastle Gateshead - Hotels in Newcastle - UK

The Hilton Hotel overlooks the Tyne Bridge and the Quayside only a short walk away. The Hilton Hotel has great views and facilities, including a health club, an indoor pool, and a sauna.

The Hilton Hotel offers an accessible route from the accessible public entrance to the accessible guestrooms, braille elevator and visual alarms. 

Staybridge Suites

Extended Stay Hotel in Newcastle Upon Tyne | Staybridge Suites Newcastle (ihg.com)

Staybridge Suites Newcastle provides a relaxing, home from home, apartment-style accommodation, situated next to the Quayside a short stroll from the Quayside. The hotel is dog friendly and offers a warm, welcoming stay for all those who choose to visit.

Staybridge Suites offers ramp access to the property, braille on lifts and in public areas, vibrating pillows on request and 5 DDA Suites that are all designed for wheelchair access.

The Copthorne Hotel

Copthorne Hotel Newcastle | Quayside Hotel Newcastle Town Centre (millenniumhotels.com)

The Copthorne Hotel located at the Quayside, overlooks the Tyne and the iconic Millennium Bridge. The hotel boasts an impressive restaurant 'Quay 7' and bar as well as meeting and events facilities, ideal for corporate and leisurely visits. 

The Copthorne Hotel offers on-site parking, ramped access and an ambulant toilet.

Grey Street Hotel

Grey Street Hotel: Hotel in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Grey Street Hotel is a boutique contemporary hotel, located on the historic Grey's Street. This hotel combines classic Georgian architecture with modern design, making it popular with guests wanting to visit Newcastle and take in the ambiance.

Grey Street Hotel offers ramped access onto the property, an accessible toilet and assistive listening.

Leonardo Hotel

Cheap Hotels In Newcastle City Centre | Leonardo Hotels

Situated just south of the River Tyne, Leonardo Hotel Newcastle Quayside provides more than just convenient access to the city; it boasts waterside views. Next to the Millennium Bridge, you couldn't find a more ideal location, as well as being in close proximity to an array of shops, dining establishments, and attractions. 

The Jury's Inn offers ramped access, assisted listening and step-free standard toilet. 

The Royal Station Hotel

City Centre Hotel Newcastle | Royal Station Hotel Newcastle

Situated at the core of the city centre within a stunning Grade I listed structure, the Royal Station Hotel boasts 145 elegantly styled and cosy rooms equipped with various contemporary conveniences. These include the Empire restaurant and bar, an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, and a fitness centre.

The Royal Station Hotel offers on-site parking, sloped access and accessible en-suites. 

In all cases we advise you check with owners or managers that your particular requirements can be met before making a reservation. We are unable to inspect all aspects of establishments included on our listings. In many cases the information is self-assessed and at times changes are made without our knowledge.

NewcastleGateshead has some of the most diverse and interesting places to visit, many with facilities for visitors with disabilities seen and unseen. Most attractions will provide access and facilities for our less mobile visitors, but it is best to check specific requirements with the attraction before your visit.

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information featured here, we urge all visitors to contact businesses in advance to check full accessibility information.

Our understanding is that these establishments are 'accessible' however we advise that you check with them directly based on your own specific needs.