One of the most popular hotels in Newcastle city centre and situated on the cosmopolitan Quayside with views of the River Tyne and its famous bridges, the Copthorne Hotel Newcastle is perfect for both business and pleasure with easy access to air, rail and road links.
With a location as attractive as it is convenient, take a walk along the historic waterfront. Within walking distance is the Baltic Art Gallery, Sage Gateshead Music Venue and St James’ Park – home to Newcastle United Football Club. In close proximity to this Newcastle hotel is the stunning Northumbrian coastline, Hadrian’s Wall and the Stadium of Light – home to Sunderland Football Club.
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The Newcastle Mal: A bridge that winks. Now there’s a thing. Then you get it, sitting in the bar looking out over the river Tyne. A winking bridge needs something uttelry gorgeous to wink at. Your chosen room for tonight is on the seventh. An entire floor of suites dedicated to the glory of shipbuilding. Meanwhile, deep in the basement a seductive day spa lies in wait.
From a bathtub of battleship proportions you find yourself winking. Must be catching.
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