When I booked this place I read a review that said "you get what you pay for".
I was not expecting much because prices were cheap and no promises made. However, I did book the priciest option the hotel had - rooms with attached baths. When we checked in we were told that even though we did have an attached bath (two rooms sharing the same bath) there was no hot water! This made our 2 night stay extremely difficult indeed! I had paid for the bath but we could not use it!
Very basic place but had good wifi. Rooms were of a decent size with high ceilings. Beds were mattresses placed on fake wooden (MDF?) boxes. No room service. Rooms smell musty. Sofa in our room was completely collapsed. The interior decorator either needs to be fired or given a 'Tips for basic decoration' book, depending on how closely they are linked to the hotel owners ... lol! However, since we were on a seriously tight budget and I wanted to spend on other things, this was okay. It was just for 2 nights and we were out of the hotel from early morn to late night. I just wish I had got what I paid for - an attached bath that I could use.
I guess if you are on a budget, and you are young, and can travel a bit rough, this would be an okay choice.
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- Established in 2012, Newcastle Rooms is situated in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. It is a 19th-century church building with a modern furnishing offering short-term and long term accommodation. ... more less
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