Stayed in the Royal station, for 1 week, whilst on business, last week. Great central location, but disappointed with the hotel itself. The single room was very small, and located near the rear of the building, this section is adjacent to the railway line, as the hotel is part of the Newcastle central station. This is also where the large wheelie bins are located, and emptied several times during the early hours. This together with the fact that Newcastle town centre seem to be the Hen/Stag party capitol of the North, meant i did not get a lot of sleep, any night. I really enjoyed seeing Newcastle, and its great old buildings whilst there, but i will stay slightly out of the centre if I have return at any time. Did not sample the food in the hotel, as i was room only, but there are some great eating places around the town, so plenty of good value places to choose from.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Centrally located in the heart of the city adjoining Newcastle Central Station and metro system, just 10 minutes walk from the bustling city centre with its shops, restaurants, bars and theatres. The Royal Station Hotel Newcastle was built circa 1850 and is a grade 1 and 2 Victorian listed building which boasts elegant architecture and was opened by Queen Victoria. We offer spacious rooms, a fabulous bar and restaurant, indoor swimming pool and fitness centre, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and limited free car parking. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Royal Station
- Royal Station Newcastle Upon Tyne