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Travelodge Hotel Newcastle, Newcastle

Looking for somewhere different, why not experience the Hunter Coast’s best kept secret – Newcastle, a city offering something for everyone.

Fringed by a breathtaking coastline and home to brilliant beaches and surrounded by cosmopolitan eat streets. Newcastle is a great place to go for a coastal escape – on the doorstep is Australia’s Hunter Wine Region and waterways of Port Stephens.

Accommodation Options

Interconnecting Rooms

Interconnecting Rooms consist of 2 Rooms – Queen bed in one room and 2 king single beds in second room
2 Televisions – 2 bathrooms – sofa or tub chairs – dining table – Free foxtel – pay to view movies – microwave & light cooking utensil iron & iron board – tea & coffee making facilities – hair dryers. Large rooms with plenty of natural light

Executive Room

Executive Double Room conisists of 1 King Bed. Single or double occupancy. Located on Business Class Floor/s 5th & 6th

Standard Room

Standard twin consists of 1 Queen Bed & 1 Single Bed. Double or twin share occupancy


Popular Activities

  • City Sightseeing
  • Swimming
  • Beach

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Glasshouse Mountains

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Glasshouse Mountains

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