Malmaison Hotel (Newcastle) Reviews
Newest Review: ... out that as part of the spa package you have this limited menu and can't order from the full menu. Bit of a let down. The massage chairs were a bit unpleasant - a bit rough. It nearly chomped my leg off! But this wasn't what we came for... the best was yet to come. Our therapists came and took us to separate rooms for our treatments. We had... Aromatherapy facial ----------------------------- Thi s was so great... the smells ... the textures. Ah, heaven. There's a choice of essential oils and various cleansers, toners etc. Before we got started the therapist encouraged me to smell each one. Apparently if you like the smell it means you ... more
Customer Malmaison Hotel (Newcastle) Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/01/10 (Very useful, 340 readings)
My review for the Malmaison Hotel (Newcastle) refers specifically to their 'petit spa'. I went for a half spa day and ate lunch in their brasserie but I can not comment on their rooms / hotel service. Now I've made that clear... I went for a half spa day for my birthday (this was a while ago) and went with my Mam. The half spa day package (weekday) was £100 each and included lunch. We arrived at half 9 and on arriving at the reception we were pointed in the direction of the petit spa, which is situated in the basement. So into the fancy lift and down we went. It's pretty dimly lit in the spa, I think you'd call it 'mood ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Friday the 13th turned out to be a lucky day for me; my boyfriend asked me to marry him, I said yes (woo hoo!) and then he swept me off to Newcastle for a romantic weekend in the Malmaison hotel on the quayside. I had heard great things about the hotel from friends who had stayed there so I was really looking forward to staying there. On arrival at the hotel we found plentiful, accessible secure parking behind the hotel which was free when you asked for a validated ticket at the hotel reception. We walked around to the front of the hotel and were struck by its fantastic location. Right in front of the hotel is the Millenium Bridge leading over the river ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I have stayed in Malmaison in Newcastle numerous times now on business and have enjoyed my stay, if been slightly disappointed. I lived in Newcastle for nearly a decade and always wanted to stay in/eat in the Mal. It is without a doubt the most stylish hotel in the City Centre and pure indulgence to stay there when you live just down the road! I got my chance last year after moving to London when I had to attend a business event in Newcastle. The Mal costs around £165 a night - I usually book on Expedia as I find they have the cheapest rates but the hotel also features on laterooms and other hotel sites so shop around. It is situated on the Quayside ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
The hotel is right on the Newcastle Quayside overlooking the Millennium Bridge and Baltic Arts Centre. There are a number of restaurants and bars right next to the hotel and less than one minute walk away yet the hotel feels quite secluded and away from the hustle and bustle of the Quayside. Check in is very easy and the staff on reception were very friendly and efficient. We stayed mid week for one night and because the hotel wasn't busy we were upgraded to a suite. I was very impressed as I had got a bargain rate on the internet for £80 per night for a double room. The going rate for a suite is £200 per night plus!! The hotel décor is very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/05, updated on 14/03/05 (Very useful, 1350 readings)
Sometimes I think finding a hotel in the UK can be a pretty depressing business! For years we’d been fruitlessly searching for of a chain of hotels that we could rely on or recommend. Apart from spending an arm and a leg at some renowned golf resort or swanky London address, there didn’t seem to be any chains that you could look forward to staying at with complete confidence. The papers are full of the Hotel du Vin chain but from my experience of one, I was extremely disappointed. So we looked forward to our stay at the Newcastle Malmaison with a little trepidation. This chain is sometimes put in the same category as the Hotel du Vin properties, but with much less .. Read the complete review
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