Located in the vibrant harbor city of Newcastle, New South Wales, just 16 minutes' drive from the University of Newcastle, this hotel includes an 'Express Start' breakfast and free WiFi is available...
Located in Newcastle, within 2.1 miles of Newcastle Showground and 2.1 miles of Energy Australia Stadium, Alloggio Hanbury Mayfield provides accommodations with a garden and free WiFi as well as free...
Located alongside one of Australia’s best surfing beaches and only 2 hours’ drive from Sydney, Novotel Newcastle Beach offers a spa, a steam room, a fully equipped gymnasium and secure covered parking...
On average, 3-star hotels in Newcastle cost $95 per night, and 4-star hotels in Newcastle are $145 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Newcastle can be found for $254 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Newcastle this weekend is $107 or, for a 4-star hotel, $169. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Newcastle for this weekend cost around $245 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $94 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Newcastle for tonight. You'll pay around $147 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Newcastle will cost around $170, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Noah's On the Beach, Rydges Newcastle, and Best Western Plus Apollo International got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Newcastle.
What guests said about Newcastle
10 Newcastle is easy to get around and parking is also easy...
Newcastle is easy to get around and parking is also easy most of the time.
It sits on the a the entry way of the Hunter River and has large vessels moving in and out, which makes it interesting. A number of patrolled beaches to swim at and plenty of restaurants and interesting bars.
I love the Olive Tree Markets once a month at Civic Park.
8 Newcastle is a nice city.
Newcastle is a nice city. It was just the accommodation we had, which was terrible. Only redeeming feature was the car parking. The things they told you about their property are not really true. Not a plate or breakfast bowl in our room. No knife or dessert spoons.Not even two glasses the same.
10 It is a quiet restful city with beautiful scenery along the...
It is a quiet restful city with beautiful scenery along the river. Good train links to Sydney, bus links to Nelson Bay and shopping precincts. Light rail from station along main promenade-excellent service. Lots of restaurants, cafés etc.
Friendly locals always ready to help the traveller.
10 I stayed for 2 nights but would definitely return for at...
I stayed for 2 nights but would definitely return for at least a week. So many little cafes and restaurants and bars but also nice walks around the harbour and town and plenty of day trips/drives from Newcastle eg Morpeth, Nelson Bay, Hunter Valley, The Entrance etc.
10 Amazing food and dining scene - always something new to do...
Amazing food and dining scene - always something new to do in Newcastle!
Commonwealth hotel has a coeliac friendly kitchen.
Rogue Scholar is always a good time with their beers.
The tram makes life just a little easier on the "tourist" drag
10 Newcastle is geat.
Newcastle is geat. There is free public transport in the inner city area and so many cafes and restaurants. We went to Humbug and had an incredibly good meal. We also visited the dock area around Queens Wharf and had lunch with a killer view at a very reasonable price. At night time the place is jumping with live music. The beaches are clean and beautiful. We are coming back for a longer stay.