From stand-up comedy to boy bands to professional sport, Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle is the best venue for it. Whether it’s a family or couples thing, stay in a hotel near Metro Radio Arena for an unforgettable trip. We guarantee that entertainment won’t all your stay will be about. Here’s a wild idea: Out-of-town gig equals perfect excuse for a city break to some place new. How about Newcastle? Whether you’re seeking culture and shopping or wanting a countryside stroll, there’s plenty of ways to stave off any post-gig blues.
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Book a hotel near Metro Radio Arena and feel smug as you stroll past the line of traffic on your 20-minute walk back to our Newcastle Central Hotel after the show. After your late night, you’ll want a lie in, but don’t sleep in too late. There’s far too much to see in Newcastle. Our hotel’s right by the quayside, so have a late morning walk by the River Tyne as you choose somewhere for brunch. Continue to wander through the city, or, if you fancy a quiet afternoon of peace and quiet (plus birdsong) after all of last night’s excitement, go to Belsay Hall and Gardens. From the Grecian inspired mansion to the medieval castle ruins, you could easily spend a whole day here. When you’re done, drive 12.5 miles to our Newcastle Seaton Burn Hotel.
Things to do near Metro Radio Arena
If you wander around Newcastle’s cultural quarter, spend an afternoon at The Biscuit Factory, the UK’s largest art, craft and design gallery housed in an old Victorian warehouse. It features over 250 different artists with a lot of their work available to buy. If you go large, there’s not far to go, as our Newcastle Central Hotel is less than a 10-minute walk away. If it’s sunny, get outside and spend the day at Saltwell Park, which is a 15-minute drive from our Gateshead Hotel. There’s lots to keep the kids busy. Top Parent Tip: Don’t miss the park maze and pedalos on the boating lake.