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Stayed here for a long weekend with friends. Had a great time. Loved the room especially as had a view of the river. Rooms were lovely and very clean. We had breakfast twice and both days it was lovely. Upgraded to the cooked breakfast and...More
My wife and I have just had wonderful overnight stay in the luxury Mal Arc Royal Suite. What a view of the Tyne! Our Champaign afternoon tea was also spectacular. This hotel is a real gem on the Newcastle Quayside.
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A very enjoyable evening at Chez Mal. The food was very tasty and we'll presented with decent portions too. We had a table overlooking the river which made it extra special. All the staff were very friendly and attentive, especially Adam.
Had a brilliant weekend here, all the staff were very helpful & the food was very good, I would like to say a big thank you to Adam Charlotte & Rhys for looking after us in the restaurant & making our stay a bit more...More
My boyfriend and I had dinner in the hotel restaurant. Not only was the food fantastic (the roast cod and fillet steak) but the service made it a truly memorable experience! We would like to thank Adam and Charlotte for making our evening so special...More
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I haven’t stayed at Newcastle Upon Tyne as I live there but have regularly stayed at the Mal in Leith. The pet friendly room we use is a corner room on the first floor, dual aspect windows one with patio doors and... More
I haven’t stayed at Newcastle Upon Tyne as I live there but have regularly stayed at the Mal in Leith. The pet friendly room we use is a corner room on the first floor, dual aspect windows one with patio doors and balcony.
The room is the same spec as other rooms. Baskets and dog bowls are provided and my three dogs have always been made very welcome. I would imaging that conditions are similar across the chain.
Good walking on the Quayside at Newcastle