Waterside Hotel (Newcastle) Reviews
Newest Review: ... We did not have breakfast as it was quite expensive, generally i think about £11 but this was ok as the hotel is surrounded by cafes, bars and pubs where food can be picked up easily. The hotel is quite friendly and reception is open 24 hours incase anything is needed. The one night we couldn't get any hot water and so phoned reception and within 30mins a plumber had sorted out the ... more
Customer Waterside Hotel (Newcastle) Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/11/01, updated on 06/11/01 (Very useful, 176 readings)
Me and a few friends travelled to Newcastle the weekend just gone. We wanted to go somewhere different and quite cheap and so decided on newcastle, and the Waterside Hotel. For a weekend break a double room (2 singles or one double although the singles tend to run out quicker)costs £55 which is a very good price for what you get. The rooms are quite old fashioned in style but this is fine as all rooms are en suite and have a bath, shower, kettle, ironing board(not that anyone uses it), coloured t.v. with most satellite channels, and a mini bar(although you need a key from reception for this!) We did not have breakfast as it was quite expensive, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/00, updated on 04/09/00 (Somewhat useful, 42 readings)
One of the best little hotels I have ever stayed. The weekend rate makes this place very affordable for a short break. The staff are always warm and friendly and cannot do enough to make your stay welcome. Best of all the hotel is right in the centre of The Quayside area which means you are straight out of the hotel and into one of the busiest night life areas in the country. Best of all is the view from the window at midnight when you can watch the drunks weaving across the bridge to The Boat night club in Gateshead. Last time we were there we looked out and saw a dozen Elvis' crossing - surreal. Read the complete review
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