City centre jaunts can be exhausting - so much partying, dining and sight-seeing.
Sometimes you just need a place to slump, to take a nap, crack open a bottle of wine and re-charge for the next thing on your city-stay 'to do' list.
That’s where a serviced apartment makes sense. The flexibility of a place to call your own that acts as a cool base. Apartments work brilliantly for groups of friends or family making the most of a break together. They are convenient, convivial and easy. Pad around in your PJs for breakfast then at the other end of the day when you’re weary from partying, dining or dancing, know that your comfy bed is just a few steps away.
The Vermont Aparthotel has one of the most striking locations in Newcastle city centre, nestling beneath the Tyne Bridge on the Quayside.
It’s a vibrant, friendly and dramatic location – the Quayside and its bridges light up at night to create a real iconic stage set for a dazzling and memorable night out.
At weekends the area is lively – with a party atmosphere at night and at other times the ideal spot for a waterside walk or a mooch around the Sunday morning Quayside market packed with artisan stalls with food and craft treats.
On the other side of the river, the iconic Sage music venue is home to concerts to suit everyone. The venue houses a number of concert halls of different sizes to act as a showcase for all music genres.
The riverside is also where you can get a culture fix in art form at the iconic BALTIC gallery, home to major art exhibitions throughout the year and an impressive book and gift gallery.
A stay at the Vermont Aparthotel brings the best of Newcastle quite literally to your doorstep. It offers 11 luxury serviced apartments, all available on a nightly basis, making them ideal for both corporate clients and leisure visitors to Newcastle and the wider region.
The apartments offer the attentive service of the Vermont Hotel but the freedom and privacy of a ‘home from home’.
They are particularly well placed next door to Aveika restaurant and bar and just a short stroll from the bustling and so-glamorous Livello bar.