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Copthorne Hotel Newcastle
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    Reviewed February 19, 2007

    Executive rooms are definitely not worth the extra cost. We found that the only advantage was that the room was possibly a little larger than standard - but really unsure of this. The exec. lounge only offers tea, coffee, chocolate and continental breakfast. We had breakfast in the restaurant as there was much more choice and to be fair, it was quite good. The lounge does not supply even biscuits with your coffee and absolutely no alcoholic beverages in the evening!! So other than a flat screen TV and free internet access there is little advantage to booking an exec. room.
    The bathroom could have done with a complete make-over - the towel rail was rusty underneath (it was over the end of the bath), tiles werre grubby and in need of re-grouting. There is no safe in the room and biscuits on the hospitality tray were 2 tiny ones only on the first day.
    In a nutshell - if you don't get a really cheap deal - don't go there. We paid £358 for a 2 night b&b weekend stay - really not worth it.

    • Stayed: February 2007, traveled as a couple
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    2  Thank meg1bv747
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    Reviewed February 12, 2007

    Good standard hotel overlooking the river. Double rooms can be small and the bathroom could do with a touch of updating. Harry's restaurant is good. Right by the town centre it is in a good location. Love the fireplace in the reception when it's cold!

    Stayed: February 2007
    2  Thank sircrow
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    Reviewed February 10, 2007

    The Copthorne used to be one of the best hotels in Newcastle but when I finally got the opportunity to stay I was totally disappointed. The room was tired and dated, which to be fair would not have been a huge problem if it had been absolutely clean...which it wasn't. The bathroom was a bit grubby, the towels a bit grey and the room in general was dingy. I ordered room service, which was delivered quickly, but the food was comparable with poor quality pub food at best and cost me the best part of £30 for a burger, a dessert and a G&T. The only saving grace was that I found the staff to be very friendly and helpful...but unfortunately not good enough to ever entice me back to the Copthorne!

    Stayed: February 2007
    5  Thank Shoe-gal78
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    Reviewed January 22, 2007

    We stayed at the Copthorne on the night of 20 January. We had asked for an extra bed for our son when I booked but it wasn't there. However, they brought it up within minutes. The room decor was very dated and worn but the room was clean. The bathroom was OK. Breakfast wasn't bad but I have had better. The pool - which my husband and son used - was great with brilliant views of the Tyne. Our room had great views too. The staff were friendly and helpful.

    1  Thank Austriamad
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    Reviewed January 3, 2007

    We stayed at this hotel dec 26th 2006 for one night. It used to be one if the best hotels in Newcastle and we were regular customers. however after our recent stay we won't be going back. The rooms are tatty and could do with refurbishing. the air-con didn't warm the room and we had to borrow a small heater from reception. Some staff ok but mostly all were miserable even though it was christmas. We went to the pool area but found it to be very dirty. The changing rooms looked as though they handn't been cleaned in months. Also beware because we booked for bed and bteakfast so ordered a cooked breakfast each only to be billed nearly £50 for this as breakfast is only continental-cooked is extra. If we had known this wwe wouldn't have bothered, altough it was quite nice.

    • Stayed: December 2006, traveled with family
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    5  Thank Durham1973
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