Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Gateshead does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead, a nice option for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage while staying at Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead. In addition, Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead offers a fitness center and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Gateshead trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid public parking available on-site.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Gateshead International Stadium (0.8 mi) and Gateshead Hebrew Congregation (1.1 mi), guests of Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead can easily experience some of Gateshead's most well known attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out The Bank Bar Bistro, which is a wine bar that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead makes it easy to experience many great Gateshead attractions like Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and Shipley Art Gallery, which are some popular art galleries.
Ramada Encore Newcastle-Gateshead puts the best of Gateshead at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I feel dreadful writing this review as people can fall on hard times and the hotel industry has also fallen on hard times over the past year. However, the Ramada should be highlighting to guests that they are housing homeless people during the pandemic before they book. I think it’s a fantastic thing to house homeless people who are trying to turn their life around but not when there are groups of people consistently all over the hotel premises smoking, drinking and doing drugs. It was intimidating and the communal areas of the hotel smelled of drugs and cigarettes. At one point when we returned from a walk along the quayside, there was a man foaming at the mouth at the entrance and police had been called. It’s really just not an environment that we would willingly want to book and I think that should be flagged up when somebody is making a booking. The hotel staff were very pleasant but I cannot give more than one star because of Ramada’s approach of non-disclosure.…
First two nights in here... was located here by Gateshead council because of the block flood and the power cut....not so impressed....had no dinner for me and my partner although we pre-ordered. Room very cold..( Although it got a small electric heater the room is double and got big window...according to their engineer) when I called receptionist and she said she will do something about it. 10am got a call from the manager offerings another heater. went down to pick it up and she told me that we don't offer electric heater..( Same person The Manager who called me) didn't know at that time. I asked for a room change and she said the hotel is full. really in this pandemic?!! 7pm was supposed to pick up dinner that we pre-ordered 7am. We had to wait standing at the reception for 1h 20mins.. People who didn't preorder got their food...the manager who called me in the morning keeps telling me 2mins it's coming and she never offered that someone will bring it up outside our room. I mentioned about the cold room and she said see how it is tonight... within the conversation with her Which was courageous I learned that she was the one who called me to pick up the heater but she said it was faulty..why didn't you tell me when I came to pick it up in the morning?? finally some food came out for us but not what we've ordered..her answer was that's what's left... ( I don't eat left overs ). it didn't end just there because I asked for a complaint form. she said we don't have but I will take your complaint and I will deal with it. how can you deal with a complaint and your part of it ? so I asked again for a formal complaint form. her answer was we don't have. room still very cold tho...but I've ordered a takeaway food. thanks for making our stay depressing. Poor management+ Poor service+ 0 positive attitude..…
Excellent room very clean and check in fast good location and staff all very very nice breakfast in morning was good although would rather pork sausages then herby ones and carpark for car was fine also felt safe x
Collect your serial, sit down , milk arrives and tea, 15 minutes later you get your bowl at which point your cooked breakfast arrives before you have serial. No cutlery chase that, no sauce, salt, pepper chase that. The breakfast the second day took 1.5 hours in total from sitting down. Evening meal order taken did not arrive had to chase that forgot us . Rooms modern ,but no wardrobe just hangars, no drawers to put your stalls in . This hotel is designed for a overnight stay and not for parties staying 4 nights.Only good thing I can say about the place is it’s close to the lovely Bridges over the Tyne. Fed up people quoting COVID-19 regs when it is just incompetence.
This was our third stay at this hotel fab location and only a short walk to the quays , secure parking payable locally. Rooms are both spacious and clean with coffee/tea making facilities and also oro and ironing board in room. Checked in on the 5th September and receptionist was really friendly and helpful