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A four-star hotel in central Newcastle, the Indigo offers a great location, well designed rooms and a laidback bar and restaurant. The biggest draw, though, is the memorably friendly and professional service.

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Rebecca Hallett
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Rebecca is an experienced travel writer, specialising in Japan and the UK. Born and raised in the West Country, she's also spent time living in London, Cambridge and Kyoto, and is now based in Newcastle. She loves promoting independent and inclusive businesses, and sustainable off-the-beaten-track travel.



Despite its location, it doesn't feel too noisy or busy. Head out to explore the city - there are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants in the surrounding streets.

Ideally placed for exploring Newcastle, it's a few minutes' walk from the station and near several bus stops.

By car: over 5 hours from London and 3 hours from Manchester. On-site parking costs £14 per day.

By train: London Kings Cross to Newcastle takes around 3 hours, after which, it's a 4-minute taxi ride (or 4-minute walk). Book trains to Newcastle.

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The décor cleverly includes elements of the city's identity, such as feature walls showing iconic Newcastle buildings in the bedrooms, or the subtle use of black and white in the colour scheme to match the colours of the local football team.


The service made our stay special - staff were friendly and knowledgeable, without being overbearing. With everything you need close by, facilities include a bar-restaurant, gym (open 24 hours) and on-site parking (a big plus for a city hotel).

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


All rooms are a decent size, with the bathrooms featuring a shower only; there are several accessible rooms. Monochrome décor is livened up by splashes of colour. Choose a room on a higher floor for a fantastic view of the city - you could see St James' Park or the Gothic lantern tower of the cathedral.

Room types: Standard Room, Balcony Room, Corner Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilities, mini fridge, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The Grainger Bar & Restaurant is a laidback spot, and is named after the nearby district of the same name. At breakfast, there's a buffet and dishes cooked to order, while in the evening the menu focuses on hearty dishes and classics done well. It's worth saving room for one of the indulgent desserts, or at least a cocktail in the comfortable bar area.

Grainger: ground-floor restaurant and lounge. Dishes include burgers, steak and fish & chips. All-day dining, open daily.

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