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A budget hotel in a great Newcastle city-centre location, handy for all the sights.

Tune Hotel Newcastle

Proctor House 23-29 Side Newcastle-Upon-Tyne NE1 3JL

We say

Tune is part of an international chain that has just two locations in the UK and so is as yet relatively unknown, but we like its concept, which is about budget accommodation with a bit of style. They offer no-frills, compact contemporary rooms with comfortable, high-quality beds, en-suite bathrooms with power showers and air-conditioning; anything else, such as towels and toiletries, or use of the TV and wifi, costs a small extra fee, which keeps prices down and makes perfect sense if you're just looking for a place to crash on your full-on city break weekend.
Location is important too. The 104-room Tune Newcastle is situated in the historic Proctor House, which is really handy for the nightlife zone and within a couple of minutes' walk of the Quayside conservation area. Bridges, galleries, bars and restaurants are all just a step away, as is the Sunday morning Quayside market. All in all, it's great value in what never feels like a budget hotel. We reckon it's a formula that works, and it's worth knowing that there's another Tune in Liverpool.

They say

Located in the heart of the city and just over 5 minutes walk from Newcastle Central railway station, Tune Hotel Newcastle really is ideally positioned for leisure travel and weekend nights out. This hotel perfectly meets guests needs for somewhere fun – one-of-a-kind and affordable. Rooms vary in size from eight to 11 sq metres and are equipped with a double Hypnos bed (the type you’ll find in five-star hotels). Every room has an en-suite with a power shower, air conditioning and heating with individual control. The £12 add-on package (comfort pack) can be added to the online booking price to include the use of the television, hairdryer and wireless internet access, a towel, toiletries and use of the in-room safe. Early check-in, late check-out and luggage storage are available for an additional charge. Daily housekeeping is also available at an extra cost, through for long stays guests, rooms are cleaned on day four of your stay and every three days thereafter (included in the rate).

Why stay with us?

The 104-room Tune Hotel Newcastle is located in the historic Proctor House, which sits within the heart of the Quayside’s conservation area, perfect for those going into town for a big night out. Tune Hotel Newcastle is one of the biggest hits in the Toon.

You say Average Rating ★★★★★

clean and convenient ★★★★★

All you want from a hotel is clean, comfortable and accessible to lots of places by public transport plus good places to eat on foot! This hotel has all these...with thanks to Quay Buses allowing cheap all-day access across the Tyne as well as to the train station etc if you do not want to walk much! Impressed! 5-star it ain't (where's my dressing gown etc and the second chair in a twin room) but even the reception is pleasant...and it goes without saying good polite staff.

Tune Hotel Newcastle reviewed by on August 25th, 2015

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Sleeps

104 stylish rooms.

How much?

Double rooms from around £39 to £59 a night – plus add-ons, which include things like £2 for towels and toiletries, £10 a night for early arrival/late departure, £5 for wifi, etc.

Facilities

  • TVs with Freeview
  • Wifi

Looking for...

  • Boutique
  • Town & City

Getting There

It's about a 5-minute walk from the central Newcastle railway station in the Quayside’s conservation area.

When?

Open all year

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