The Vermont Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed for the dinner, bed and breakfast on valentines night. It was £189 and we even got a bottle of prosecco in our room. The room was lovely, a good size and we had a gorgeous view of the castle. We paid an extra£5 to have our breakfast in our room and it was delicious.. plenty of food to start the day! The staff were all lovely, can’t fault them. We’ve ate at the restaurant quite a few times now and the food is always gorgeous. Not huge portions so if you’re a big eater you’ll definitely be wanting dessert! The restaurant staff are so lovely! Although we waited a while for our meals (it was super busy) the staff were very apologetic and did everything they could to make sure our evening was a good one. We parked our car free of charge at the hotel which was great as we were originally going to have to park it in a NCP car park which would cost a fortune. Would definitely recommend if you are looking for somewhere a little bit special!
Late Review sorry! We frequented twice in 2017 January and March, lovely room 7th floor and same again in March when attending the Sage. Lovely staff as always and its nice to see the same faces. We look forward to our stay once again in March and would highly recommend this hotel, we keep returning so that speaks volumes.
My wife booked a 2 night stay at this hotel as a birthday present, excellent hotel, location service and food, will certainly be returning soon. The staff were more than friendly and helpful. Good location to riverside and restaurants, also good location for shopping area's. Very nice breakfast and comfortable lounge/bar area. Would recommend to other couples looking for a good hotel.
Really disappointed that such a quality hotel of this size wasn’t able to honor a afternoon tea voucher we had been given as a gift. Having two kids under two and the youngest who is six months the voucher had totally slipped our minds until recently when we were sorting paperwork. It’s over a year since we got it and I appreciate that twelve months ‘is adequate time to use your voucher’ to quote the receptionist, I had hoped being four weeks over the deadline they could have shown some understanding and allowed use it. What a shame! In desperate need of a pamper so I imagine we would have spent more than it was anyway so guess it’s also a loss to them. Don’t think we will be recommending this hotel to folk in the future.
Wow what a great location great spacious rooms a little dark looking inside with all the low lights and dark wood but overall a lovely looking building Parking is a first come bases not a very big car park so we packed up 2 hrs before check in before it got to busy 😁 there was a little bit of decorating going on at the main entrance which we had to walk around and stand over bits and pieces but nothing to bad we had a room on the 10 th floor and it had amazing views over the quayside 🚤⛵️🛶 The hotel was about 5-10min walk and easy to find things as so close to everything lots of food places near by too 🍛🍲🥘🥗 At the back of the hotel on level 1 u will find a perfect cocktail bar to chill with all the great offers before 8pm 🍹🍸🍷🥂🍹 Thank you to the Vermont hotel for a perfect stay xx
Was surprised with a visit to the Vermont hotel for my 50th birthday from my wife. The hotel is very good. We arrived at about 4:30 in the afternoon and a gent,Emanuel took my keys and parked my car. Nice start. Arrived at reception. Staff very friendly. Went up to room. View out of window spectacular. Tyne bridge,the sage and millennium bridge all in view. Room had all the usual contents. Tv ,coffee and tea. Nice big bed. Bathroom modern and clean. Went down stairs for a drink and hotel is nice. Prices at the bar were reasonable. Had a night out in the city centre and returned through the black gates which take you into livellos wine bar on the quayside ,which the bouncers allowed us through. Had a good nights sleep. And breakfast was really good with good variety of cereal and English breakfast. All in all had a fantastic birthday and a great stay at Vermont ,Newcastle .
We actually stayed here twice over a long weekend on two separate nights pre and post a wedding, BOTH times in the two different rooms the WiFi didn’t work. On the second night not only that but the shower was near on cold, certainly not warm. In addition the maid tried to get into our room twice before 11am, actually let herself in, unacceptable when you’ve paid a fair sum to stay, especially as they were quite militant on check in being 3pm and no earlier. Not great for what is one of the more expensive hotels in the region, but nonetheless the building and product is good, just the execution needs some attention.
Three of us had afternoon tea for my friends birthday treat. The lounge was very comfortable with its sumptuous furnishings. Full of Old World charm and character. The food was scrumptious and we asked staff if we were able to purchase any of the cakes and scones in any of the shops, but they were freshly baked by their own chef each day. We all agreed they were the best scones we had ever tasted. Overall it's the best afternoon tea in town. We were very comfy on our chesterfield sofas and relaxed with some wine and I indulged in 2 margaritas. Wonderful , just the way I like them without the salt on the rim.staff were very attentive and helpful. They obliged us with a doggy bag to take home.A lovely girls afternoon out.
We visited with friends for a birthday, we stayed for 1 night and we all absolutely loved this hotel. The staff were beyond helpful, every single person we came across couldn’t do enough. The rooms were very spacious, we were in twin rooms that all had 2 double beds. The bar was very luxurious and felt special, although the cocktail bar didn’t have the same feel. The lift takes you to the quayside where you are spoilt for choice with lots of bars and restaurants within a few hundred yards. We would highly recommend a stay in this hotel for any occasion and will definitely return.
Only stopped for one night but the hotel had great charm and character and the staff were very friendly and helpful! The bar has comfy leather sofas and a roaring open fire, situated next to Newcastle castle it is within perfect walking distance of great bars and restaurants (not to forget a great bar downstairs)! The car park could get full by the looks of it, but I managed to get a space but I was advised the concierge would advise! Would definitely stay again and would also be happy to stay here on a personal note.
- Walking distance to Castle Keep and Tyne Bridge
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
The Vermont Hotel places you next to Castle Keep and a short stroll from other popular sights like Tyne Bridge. This 101-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. Quayside and Gateshead Millennium Bridge are also within a short walk.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.
All 101 rooms feature minibars, electric kettles, and phones. Guests can expect to find TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Desks are also standard.
The Vermont Hotel features a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 3 meeting rooms. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a terrace.
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71% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2186 reviews