Carlton Hotel - Newcastle upon Tyne54.99185, -1.60372
Carlton Hotel is a 2-star accommodation within 2.5 km of The Quayside. It has comfortable rooms and dry cleaning, housekeeping and newspaper service.
This hotel is in Jesmond district of Newcastle upon Tyne, next to Jesmond Dene Park. The venue is 2 km away from the city center.
The hotel enjoys a great location within 15 minutes' drive from Newcastle airport.
Rooms at this venue include heating, a coffee machine and high ceiling along with an electric kettle and a dishwasher. Every room comes with an en suite bathroom equipped with a shower, a hairdryer and toiletries.
Eat & Drink
A continental breakfast is available every morning. Archers is 100 meters away from the hotel.
The hotel also features free self-parking and storage for belongings.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 35.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
- Dry cleaning
- Newspaper service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
In the Room
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
Polite, friendly, efficient, helpful, cheerful staff. Comfortable bed and room, clean and tidy though in need of refurbishment. Plenty of hot water. Good supply of biscuits and beverages. Although breakfast supplied is described as 'continental' it was substantial with a wide range and choice of food available. Close to city centre, public transport. Waitrose sited almost directly opposite hotel! Egg and dart cornicing looks as if it is present in most of the building, and may be original.
I arrived on the first real warm day of the year and the street was packed with young people (apparently student accommodation nearby). Thought this would create a problem with noise (ask anyone who has experience of parenting teenagers), but it didn't. The bar closed promptly at 2300, so absolutely no issues there. In fact it was great to see young people socialising without the aid of phones.