17 Newgate Street, NE1 5RE
Shake things up by heading to the recently opened 4* Maldron Hotel in Newcastle’s City Centre with today’s fantastic deal. You and a partner can enjoy a night or two at the stylish hotel and will be welcomed with a bottle of wine in your deluxe room on arrival to get your stay off to a perfect start. You’ll also tuck into a delicious 3 course dinner and a hearty breakfast in the morning, before taking your time to get ready thanks to your late check-out – ideal!
Known for their excellent customer service and consistently high standards, Maldron have opened their newest hotel right in the heart of Newcastle, so you can explore all the city has to offer like the famous Tyne Bridge, St James’ Park, Grey’s Monument and the Theatre Royal. Whether you’re enjoying a leisurely break in the city or you’re on a business trip, the Maldron has everything you need for the perfect stay.
Fantastic reviews on TripAdvisor
“Hotel was excellent. Great comfortable rooms, fantastic service, excellent food and friendly, helpful staff. Our waiter was very helpful and informative. Would stay again, wishing you all the best going forward.”
“This was one the best experiences we’ve ever had. The hotel is in a great location, not far from the centre of town, a few minutes from the railway station and convenient for everything in this lovely city. Cosy, comfortable bed and temperature just right in the room. Polite staff and the receptionist who checked us in was very polite and helpful.”
“This is a fantastic new hotel in Newcastle which is around a 5 min walk from the train station and right in the centre of town. We ate in the hotel and had some marvellous chicken and chorizo hanging skewers which tasted great and added a bit of theatre to the evening. Service was quick and friendly. The room was really spacious and finished to a high standard. Breakfast in the morning had everything from cold cuts to full breakfast buffet/cereal etc. Great to see a new hotel in Newcastle and will definitely stay here for future visits.”