Quality Hotel (Newcastle) Reviews
Description:Newgate St., Newcastle Upon Tyne. Tel: (44) 0191 232 5025
Newest Review: ... desk and searched around aimlessly for a key as if he didn't know where he was and provided a few choice facts like breakfast times etc and anything said to him a short delay followed making an awkward feel, I was glad to be handed the paperwork and key card. He informed us the room was 306 as is said on the tear-off slip on the bottom, but on the bill itself it stated the room was 306 which ... more
Customer Quality Hotel (Newcastle) Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/02/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
I stayed at this hotel around 2 years ago when it was the Quality Hotel, it has since become The Newgate Hotel after owners 'The Real Hotel Company PLC' went into administration. For a while there have been plans to completely demolish the Newgate Centre below it (which is in dire need of it!) and create a new development so don't think it's likely that an substantial amount of refurbishment work will have been taken out. There was a period where it was completely closed until new owners and during this time the staff lost their jobs, I don't however know if they were re-employed by the new management or whether new staff were recruited (hopefully). We booked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/06 (Very useful, 143 readings)
Jury’s Inn in Newcastle is by far my favourite hotel for fairly economical business travel. End of. However, I can’t always get into Jury’s – good tends to mean popular, you see. So when I’ve been unable to get into Jury’s I sometimes pull the virtual short straw and end up somewhere far inferior. That place tends to be the rather unfortunately named Quality Hotel. Let me explain further. I’ll be as fair as I can. Location and Getting There The hotel is situated right in the bustling centre of Newcastle. I have to say that the location is superb for anyone visiting the centre for shopping or socialising, because you really are slap bang in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/01, updated on 05/09/02 (Very useful, 346 readings)
Next month, I am moving up to Newcastle-Upon-Tyne to become a postgrad student ? the other week, I rather unfortunately heard that I had not got a place in halls, so I needed to take a trip up there to go house hunting. During my days away, I stayed at the Quality Hotel in Newcastle; my choice of accommodation was guided more by what was available at such short notice (3 days!) than anything else. The Quality Hotel chain is a nationwide company that also owns the Comfort Inn and Sleep Inn names (I believe they also have a number of hotels on the continent too), but I had never stayed with them before. To be perfectly honest, I am never likely to again unless forced to Read the complete review
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