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Hotel room near Saint James stadium, New castle upon tyne, any suggestions please?

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Last time, I used holiday inn's two for one night offer in London which was brilliant. I wonder anything on similar lines, still available. Holiday inn is not a must, could be any other good hotel.28t… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Last time, I used holiday inn's two for one night offer in London which was brilliant. I wonder anything on similar lines, still available. Holiday inn is not a must, could be any other good hotel.28th July for two nights.

At the moment, I could find two night using friend and family offer at £137 (stay bridge suites, intercontinental hotels group) at Buxton street. But, it looks a bit lot specially after spending two night at De vere Bolton for £38 in total :)

Any suggestions please, rep will be left.

Best Regards
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#3
pied_piper
thanks Jeany thats really helpful, rep left. I would go for it, if there are no other options are found.


Thankyou ,it says rooms from £19 per night.
#4
jeany123
Thankyou ,it says rooms from £19 per night.


i could find only £32 per night in new castle central. Am i missing something ???
#5
pied_piper
i could find only £32 per night in new castle central. Am i missing something ???


at the top it said £19 per night but £32 was what I found as well I thought there might be some
#6
jeany123
at the top it said £19 per night but £32 was what I found as well I thought there might be some


Cheers Jeany :) I rally appreciate your time :gift:
#7
Pied piper i'm interested why do you keep saying new castle ???
#8
waterloo
Pied piper i'm interested why do you keep saying new castle ???


Yes it's Newcastle
#9
Sorry for the offence, if I caused any. It is probably because English is not my first language:)

I hope, I would write Newcastle correctly. Thank God, I am not in high school any more, else I had to write it correctly 100 times at the board :-D

Thanks a lot for correcting me though, I really prefer to be corrected rather than keep repeating mistakes.
#10
No offence just thought I would put it right for you because if I was making a mistake I would like to be told
Hope you didn't take offence either
#11
jeany123
No offence just thought I would put it right for you because if I was making a mistake I would like to be told
Hope you didn't take offence either


Not at all !:)
#12
Anyway hope you enjoy your visit to Newcastle
#13
jeany123
Yes it's Newcastle

I guessed that but i was asking why ?
#14
pied_piper
Sorry for the offence, if I caused any. It is probably because English is not my first language:)

I hope, I would write Newcastle correctly. Thank God, I am not in high school any more, else I had to write it correctly 100 times at the board :-D

Thanks a lot for correcting me though, I really prefer to be corrected rather than keep repeating mistakes.

No worries was curious as to why you was calling it new castle and st james stadium :thumbsup:
#15
waterloo
I guessed that but i was asking why ?


I was telling pied piper .I knew that you knew and I noticed it before you mentioned it but was too polite to say:whistling::-D
#16
By the way, I really wonder why is it not called New Castle instead of Newcastle :oops:,

after all

"It owes its name to the castle built in 1080, by Robert II, the eldest son of William the Conqueror." [ref]
#17
jeany123
I was telling pied piper .I knew that you knew and I noticed it before you mentioned it but was too polite to say:whistling::-D

Your confusing me now lol
#18
pied_piper
By the way, I really wonder why is it not called New Castle instead of Newcastle :oops:,

after all

"It owes its name to the castle built in 1080, by Robert II, the eldest son of William the Conqueror." [ref]


well it's still Newcastle and I live about 10 miles away LOL
#19
waterloo
Your confusing me now lol


I do that to people mainly because I don't usually know what i'm talking about;-)
#20
Try derwent lodge just outside newcastle,,easy to bus into town,,or try the newcastle tourist board,,,hope this helps

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