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Malmaison Quayside, Newcastle, NE1 3DX 0191 245 5000 www.malmaison.com


If you like staying in places that are a little bit quirky then Malmaison hotels are for you!


Malmaison Newcastle has 122 super slinky rooms and rock 'n' roll suites. It even has an entire floor of suites dedicated to the glory of shop building, so the Newcastle Malmaison definitely offers something a bit different. All rooms feature Storm force showers to


refresh and invigorate, Wi-Fi rules the airwaves and plasma TVs keep you simply rivetted. The suites feature bathtubs sporting views across the Tyne, beds of titanic proportions and walk in showers. The bar is a low-lit den of deep soulful


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sounds punctuated by the popping of corks and pinging of emails across the ether. The restaurant at the hotel is pretty good too, offering simple classic dishes, uncompromising in quality and generous in portions. Every ingredient on the menu is locally sourced, genuinely prepared with passion by superstar chefs.


Eating out in Newcastle has never been so good at the Mal. The 100-seater Brasserie is decadent, rich in colour and design. Enter through the candle lit stairway for the ultimate dining experience, complemented with carefully selected fine wines.


Café Malmaison is a deli style café on


the quayside, ideal if you fancy a snack or missed breakfast. The café stocks a variety of freshly home-made panninis, salads and sandwiches. The Café, with its vibrant and unique design, has brought a new style of eating down to the Quayside of Newcastle.


The hotel is perfectly equipped for business meetings too, fully equipped with wi-fi. It is situated a handy 10 minute stroll from city centre with space for up to 35 delegates and a Chateau Lounge for drinks receptions and laid-back corporate soirees.


Malmaison puts the show back into business. Your stage awaits.


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Malmaison Newcastle is ideal for those of you wishing to stay somewhere away from the norm.


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