No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
Photos of Ibis Newcastle
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Newcastle
Travel Blogs from Newcastle
... pre-midnight snoozing: Not this year! This year I was in Australia and damned I'd be if I'd find myself alone in some crumby youth hostel, slumbering through another night of revelry in shallow pools of self-pity.
Sam was a mining intern I had met while slopping up curry splatters off the YHA kitchen walls in Airlie Beach. There were nine of them; young, rowdy and out for a good time. My first instincts were ...
Every holiday should start with a big night out to put you off alcohol for a few days....The latest edition of HMA didn't disappoint, although most of the damage was done at the Spicer invitational held at the former Commonwealth hotel.
A sign of the times? perhaps, the industry is having a rough time, but the whole shebang seemed a bit subdued. The Downer tables certainly did their best to "sponsor" some ...
We discovered a great little town today, called Tea Gardens. It was just near Hawks Nest and over the Singing Bridge. Aren't they just the cutest names? Hawks Nest is named after a hawk's nest (duh!) that was used as a navigation point for entering the channel. Tea Gardens has nothing to do with Devonshire Teas, but apparently there used to be lots of Tea Trees in the area, and the Singing Bridge can actually make a tune as the wind blows through the pylons! Herein ...
... she's been travelling around Australia on her own as well. Then Gordon came in, and he looked like ****. Apparently he had hell of a night last night as well. I left him some time after midnight, don't know what happened to him afterwards, seemed like he had quite a lot to drink! Sophie left that morning as well to Port Stephens via Greyhound. She’s such a tiny girl with her huge luggage. We bid our farewells. Ada came to say goodbye but she had to go get her blood test for ...
... surrounded by sharks as they would lazily drift in and out of sight. During the day they are half asleep with only half their brain active. They hunt during the night and by day they sleep. They have to keep moving to keep water flowing through their gills otherwise they suffocate. There was one point where I was watching a pretty large shark drift past Anna and I. However Anna hadn’t noticed until I pointed it out. I think she was a little ...