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Low season August
High season March
  Average price (weeknight): $164
  Average price (weekend night): $181

cheapest month to stay

5%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

32%

expected price increase

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

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(weeknight)

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

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Top tips for finding the perfect Newcastle hotel

If you are interested in culture and architecture, consider a hotel close to the Newcastle Civic Park. The Clarendon Hotel is only a 1-minute walk away from the Civic Theatre, Newcastle’s premium centre of performing arts. The Newcastle Museum, Art Gallery and War Museum are also all within a 5-minute walk, putting you in the middle of Newcastle’s cultural hub.
At the bottom of Shepherds Hill is Newcastle’s best kept secret – the Bogey Hole. Also known as the Commandant’s Baths, this local swimming place is a heritage-listed sea bath built in the 1800s. Just outside the major city, Shepard’s hill is a spot of peace and quiet, just at the end of Newcastle Beach. The Novotel Newcastle Beach will have you across the road from the beach and a pleasant 15-minute walk from Shepard’s Hill.
If you’re here to enjoy some adventure tourism, then consider staying in Fern Bay close to the Worimi National Park. The Newcastle Links Motel is 10 minutes away from the entry to Stockton Beach. Further along the beach are the Worimi Conservation Lands that offer you the chance to 4WD over 19 km of sand dunes. Just make sure you contact the Worimi Conservation Lands for your permit first.
For those who prefer the lakeside to the seaside, there are some beautiful places to stay along Lake Macquarie such as the Overnight Reflections. Right up against the lake, this B&B has its own dock to help you make the most of the water.
But if you are here to relax on the beach or swim in the ocean, then you may want to look for somewhere close to the beach. The Quality Hotel Noah’s On The Beach is right on the esplanade of Newcastle Beach, and only a 10-minute walk away from the picturesque Nobbys Beach and Lighthouse.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Newcastle

How much is a cheap hotel in Newcastle?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Newcastle for as cheap as $60 in the last 3 days. The average price is $182.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which hotels in Newcastle have a pool?
If you’re tired of salt and sand but still want to swim, the Tantarra Guest House has a good pool area. For something more upmarket, the Best Western Plus Apollo International Hotel has a pool with a view. This 4.5-star accommodation backs onto Australian bushland, making you feel like you’re in the outback while still in the city.
Which hotels in Newcastle are great for those on a budget?
If you’re looking for value for money, the Backpackers Newcastle and Mayfield Motel offer great deals all year round. With both accommodations being close to public transport, you will also have an easy and affordable way to explore the city.
Which hotels in Newcastle are close to the city centre?
If you want to be as close as you can be to everything Newcastle has to offer, consider a spot in the city centre such as the Ibis Newcastle or the CBD Hotel. These hotels are both conveniently close to shopping and eateries, whether you are here for business or pleasure.
Which hotels in Newcastle are good to stay in during Surfest?
Surfers from around the world flock to Newcastle’s Surfest during February and March’s end-of-summer rush. Located on Merewether Beach, the event happens over the hill from the main tourist beaches. The Burwood Inn will keep you close to the action, located only 15 minutes from the beach.
Which hotels in Newcastle are close to the Hunter Wetlands National Park?
For those who enjoy birdwatching, the Hunter Wetlands National Park has walks along the river and Fullerton Cove. The Gateway Inn and The Citigate Motel are both located in the north of the city beside the University of Newcastle, and only a 10-minute drive across the river to the wetlands on Kooragang Island.

Where to stay in Newcastle?

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Best Newcastle hotels

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Hamilton Heritage B&b - Newcastle - Building
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9.4 Excellent (136 reviews)
Overnight Reflections B&B - Newcastle - Building
2
9.4 Excellent (130 reviews)
Cardiff Motor Inn - Newcastle - Building
3
9.1 Excellent (305 reviews)
Elizabeth Motor Inn - Newcastle - Building
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9.0 Excellent (330 reviews)
Junction Hotel - Newcastle - Building
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8.9 Excellent (490 reviews)
Merewether Motel - Newcastle - Building
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8.8 Excellent (1,471 reviews)
The Esplanade Motel - Newcastle - Bedroom
7
8.8 Excellent (433 reviews)
The Brighton Apartments - Newcastle - Building
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8.8 Excellent (407 reviews)
Best Western Plus Apollo International - Newcastle - Building
9
8.7 Excellent (2,634 reviews)
Newcastle Beach Yha - Newcastle - Building
10
8.7 Excellent (512 reviews)
The Burwood Inn - Newcastle - Building
12
8.7 Excellent (418 reviews)
Quality Hotel Noah's On The Beach - Newcastle - Building
13
8.6 Excellent (2,311 reviews)
Tantarra Guest House - Newcastle - Bedroom
15
8.6 Excellent (195 reviews)
The Lucky Hotel - Newcastle - Building
16
8.6 Excellent (151 reviews)
Novotel Newcastle Beach - Newcastle - Building
17
8.5 Excellent (1,145 reviews)
Citigate Motel Newcastle - Newcastle - Building
18
8.5 Excellent (784 reviews)
The Gateway Inn - Newcastle - Building
19
8.5 Excellent (704 reviews)
Tudor Inn Motel - Newcastle - Bedroom
20
8.5 Excellent (515 reviews)