INNSiDE Newcastle

Newcastle, United Kingdom
Explore the city from the newest lifestyle hotel, INNSiDE Newcastle

Explore Newcastle’s most exciting new hotel, perfect for business and leisure. Indulge in art, music and culture with spectacular views of the Tyne and its bridges


Located on the lively River Tyne, experience Newcastle’s newest vibrant lifestyle hotel, and discover all the city has to offer. Whether for business or leisure, explore from INNSiDE Newcastle.

Activities in the city

Scenic strolls, a Michelin-star meal with friends or nights out. Newcastle has everything to offer on the doorstep of our new INNSiDE Newcastle hotel. Surround yourself with the energetic city and discover everything from heritage to culture.  

Art and architecture, local hidden gems or cuisine. The superb location of INNSiDE Newcastle means you’re just a short walk from shopping, sports and transport.

Activities and entertainment

Newcastle’s newest hotel on the River Tyne, within the vibrant and lively Quayside Area. Situated in a well-equipped area with attractions for all travellers. 

  • 0.8 miles from Eldon Square 
  • 0.9 miles from Newcastle City Centre 
  • 0.4 miles from Newcastle Train Station 
  • 10-minute train trip to Intu Metro Centre 
  • 1 mile from The Biscuit Factory
  • 0.7 miles from the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art 

Bike Hire

Exclusively to INNSIDE Newcastle guests enjoy 20% off bike hire with our partner The Cycle Hub. Located on the Quayside INNSIDE Newcastle is the perfect base from which to explore the city by bike. The Quayside provides long stretches of cycle pathways ideal for family rides and those enjoying the views along the River Tyne.

Theatre Royal

Newcastle’s Grade I listed Theatre Royal is often regarded as the finest theatre building in the country and in 2011 5, million pounds was spent on a renovation project. The theatre is located only a ten-minute walk away from the hotel in the beautiful and historic Grainger Town area.

Each year the Theatre Royal hosts over 300 shows which are enjoyed by over 300,000 visitors, featuring the biggest names in dance, drama, music and comedy.

Angel of the North

Gateshead’s iconic Angel of the North first spread its wings in 1998, becoming one of the country’s most talked-about pieces of public art ever produced.

Only a 5-minute drive from the hotel and rising 20 metres from the ground near the A1 in Gateshead, the Angel dominates the skyline and has become a symbol of home for many Geordies. Made from 200 tonnes of steel, it has a wingspan of 54 metres and a red-brown colour that comes from the weathering steel. Getting up close to the Angel is an experience you'll never forget!

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

A 3-minute walk from the hotel is The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art which is the biggest gallery of its kind in the world. Housed in a historic, renovated flour mill on the Gateshead bank of the River Tyne, BALTIC presents a dynamic programme of contemporary visual art, with an ever-changing calendar of exhibitions and activities designed to give a compelling insight into contemporary artistic practice.

Newcastle United

St James' Park is home to Newcastle United Football Club and the magnificent football ground towers over the city. Most big football clubs have their stadium situated on the outskirts of town, but Newcastle United hallowed ground can be found where most other cities have their cathedrals, in the centre, which perhaps says something about the place football has in the hearts of their passionate and loyal following – the 'Toon Army'.

Newcastle Castle

10 minutes sroll from the Hotel is Newcastle Castle which is a must-visit attraction which not only explores the rich history of the city but also offers unrivalled views from its rooftop. There is much to discover about Newcastle Castle, from which the city gained its name many centuries ago.

With a colourful and grim history, the Castle Keep currently stands as one of the UK's finest medieval stone castle dungeons which is still open to the public. Fascinating exhibitions give visitors an insight into its ancient heritage, from a royal fortress to grim dungeons, allowing visitors to experience what life would have been like for inhabitants

Coronavirus restrictions
All venues are currently closed due to the current government coronavirus restrictions. Please visit individual websites for up to date information. 

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