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Fog on the Tyne? Let's hope not. Otherwise you'll miss the great view of the Tyne Bridge you get from our hotel in Newcastle city centre. But then, when you're staying at Malmaison Newcastle, it's the views on the inside that tell you your boat's come in. While you're right at the heart...
Back again. Comfortable rooms, right on the river. Try to get a river view room, it is a classic city view. Staff are always great, mostly local (how unusual is that these days!). High recommend this place. Short walk to other restaurants and bars if...More
We have had a marvellous stay with a great view from our room of the Bridge. The rooms are comfortable but very darkly decorated. A highlight was the fabulous service in the Brasserie - thank you Tassie for looking after us so well.
We visited Newcastle for wedmin and wanted to check out malmaison as a potential wedding accommodation. The rooms are nice and spacious, we had a really good view over the quayside and next time hope to stay in a suite.
The staff were friendly and...More
I heard good things about the Malmaison, so my expectations were high initially.
On arrival, the reception staff weren’t at all helpful, didn’t acknowledging me as I walked in and continued to somewhat ignore me until I struck up conversation “I’d like to check in...More
It was my birthday yesterday and we arrived with a polite cheerful greeting!!! We were upgraded the suite was beautiful and made me feel really special. I got a little birthday card and a cocktail glass full of sweets! Very nice touch! Perfect stay we...More
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I haven’t stayed at Newcastle Upon Tyne as I live there but have regularly stayed at the Mal in Leith. The pet friendly room we use is a corner room on the first floor, dual aspect windows one with patio doors and... More
I haven’t stayed at Newcastle Upon Tyne as I live there but have regularly stayed at the Mal in Leith. The pet friendly room we use is a corner room on the first floor, dual aspect windows one with patio doors and balcony.
The room is the same spec as other rooms. Baskets and dog bowls are provided and my three dogs have always been made very welcome. I would imaging that conditions are similar across the chain.
Good walking on the Quayside at Newcastle