Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Gateshead does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead, a nice option for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage while staying at Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead. In addition, Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead offers a fitness center and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Gateshead trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid public parking available on-site.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Gateshead International Stadium (0.8 mi) and Gateshead Hebrew Congregation (1.1 mi), guests of Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead can easily experience some of Gateshead's most well known attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out The Bank Bar Bistro, which is a wine bar that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead makes it easy to experience many great Gateshead attractions like Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and Shipley Art Gallery, which are some popular art galleries.
Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead puts the best of Gateshead at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Use this hotel as your benchmark and you will not go wrong . Professional and personable staff spacious and spotless rooms PARKING ! This hotel is always my first choice when on buisiness in Gateshead .
Having struggled to get a hotel near Newcastle centre before I snapped up a room at this place when it was available. A Thursday and Friday night stay that came in at around £180 excluding parking (which was another £10, but at least it is on site). Check in was smooth and seamless. The room was fairly basic, I think I expected more from a Ramada branded hotel. The view I had was pretty good though as I could see the Tyne bridge (just about). The bed on first glance was large and seemed OK. However it turned out to be two mattresses zipped together, and the zip could really catch you when turning over in the night. It was alright for comfort, and I think i was just very tired as i did sleep all the way through. Well, until the traffic and nearby building site started up at around 7/7.30 on the Friday morning (the Saturday morning was mostly quiet) The bathroom looked the part, with a wet room style shower. However the toilet was very low, I'm 6'2 and it felt a touch uncomfortable with its height. Then like most things with this hotel, I decided to take a shower and the superficial gloss ebbed away replaced by reality. Water pressure wasn't great and worse was that the shower drain wasn't fast enough and I ended up with a partially flooded bathroom floor, all the way to the toilet and door. Afterwards that using some of the provided towels to block the water was required. In addition the bathroom became steamed up so much so that you couldn't see the mirror at all, even wiping it saw the condensation return instantly. It turned out that the extractor fan which I expected to kick in wasn't working, but when I mentioned it to one staff member she replied that she didn't know much about the rooms and was unsure if the bathrooms had one! (it was confirmed during check out that they do and that it should have kicked in). You get an area to hang clothes etc.. and some drawers, a desk and a TV. There is also a very basic kettle and an iron and ironing board. The real stand out for this hotel is its location though. Within 15 minutes you can be over the Gateshead Millennium Bridge and right in the heart of the 'Toon'. On site parking at not ridiculous prices (unlike the rest of Newcastle where some extortionate prices are charged!) are also a plus, it's £5 per night. All in all if I visit Newcastle again then I would likely stay here again, as the location trumps all the problems.…
Friendly staff, good sized rooms, that are clean and comfortable. Only issue was bar closed so early and public toilets are located on ground floor at far end, pain when you have an all day meeting on 1st floor.
The hotel is very easy to get to, straight off the A1 and avoids having to go into central Newcastle. Car park is a reasonable £6 a day. The room was fine, we travelled as a small family so had a sofa bed which was made up when we arrived but we folded down until the night as its a small double sofa bed so when down took up a lot of space. Wet room shower was fine, fairly low pressure but plenty of hot water. We chose this hotel as we try to bring our Boston terrier along where possible and this is a dog friendly hotel. That being said dogs are not allowed in the bar area which i would have thought the hotel could have a small space where you can let your dog sit with you like we have seen at other dog friendly hotels. There is a place over the road where you can let your dog have a run. Its a 10 minute stroll over the bridge to Quayside which has loads of restaurants/bars and walking further up the hill you hit the shopping part which seems to have everything you would need. We didn't eat at the hotel so cant comment on the food, there is a huge amount of restaurants who work with just eat so you have a lot of choice if you want to eat food in your room - crockery and cutlery happily supplied by reception. Tip: We were on the 6th floor so had a great view of the river/Quayside and Tyne bridge all lit up at night.…
I stayed here for a weekend trip and being back home my back/neck are in absolute pieces. The pillows were so uncomfortable and the beds are solid. The shower, I honestly could have got wetter if somebody spat over me. The pressure was abysmal. The staff were friendly and helpful but it didn’t take from the fact I had an extremely unpleasant sleep. I definitely wouldn’t stay again.