Advantages good location, looks wonderful and stylish
Grey Street hotel Newcastle is one of my favourite cities in England and perhaps because it so easily accessible. You can take the train but also fly to Newcastle and you're within half an hour in the centre. That is also where you encounter this hotel and it has a perfect location. The hotel is located in "Grey Street" and is within walking distance from the railway station and within walking distance of shops, bars and restaurants. For instance it’s at 10 minutes away of the Eldon Square Mall where you really can empty your wallet. The hotel is located on a busy street but you notice nothing ...
65 of 65 Ciao users found the following review helpful
Advantages Gorgeous rooms and bathrooms, very stylish The
Disadvantages The staff need to work on their attitudes
Gorgeous boutique hotel Newcastle is one of my favourite cities for a weekend away as for me it has everything that I am looking for in city break that is close enough to where I live to be able to drive there in a couple of hours. The shopping is fantastic and the nightlife is quite rightly regarded as some of the best in Europe. Although I go there a few times a year normally I stay in a 'budget' hotel but on occassion I book myself into the Grey Street hotel which has to be one of my all time favourite hotels in the UK. The Location The Grey Street hotel is located in the centre of ...
77 of 77 Ciao users found the following review helpful
Disadvantages A little cramped, grubby carpets, a little inflexible on breakfast times
I travel a lot with work and it's a trifle sad but I have become blasé regarding the same luxury hotel chains-Renaissance, Holiday Inn, Hilton etc It was nice to stay at a boutique hotel for once-and one right slap bang in the middle of Newcastle city centre. Prestige Events Magazine voted it the 4th coolest boutique hotel in the UK last year. The Lowry in Manchester (I love it) was number 10. It's a cute little hotel with a mere 49 bedrooms. I'm not sure why we stay here rather than one of the hotel chains but I am not complaining! Apparently it used to be a bank. It's also Newcastle's first ...