The Grand Hotel
The Grand Hotel, situated in the historic seaside town of Tynemouth, offers stunning
panoramic views across the North East coastline at the very mouth of the River Tyne.
Stunning Longsands Beach, famous for its fantastic surfing waters, is literally just across the road from the hotel entrance and is the perfect place for a brisk walk after breakfast or for a leisurely stroll on a summer’s evening while you watch the sun go down.
End your search for luxury hotels in North England. With 45 en-suite rooms, The Grand Hotel is one of the most prestigious hotels in the area boasting a wide selection of rooms, ranging from our comfortable standard rooms to our more lavish four poster deluxe rooms with spa baths.
The Grand Hotel is truly grand by name and grand by nature. This magnificent listed, landmark building with its imposing stone fronted entrance way, period Victorian features and sweeping central staircase was built in 1872 and was once a summer residence of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland. It first opened its doors as a hotel in 1877 and since then the hotel has continued with its aim of offering the best in North East hospitality.
Aside from fantastic sea views this luxury hotel boasts three superb function rooms, Copperfields Bar with an upmarket pub atmosphere, the Michelin recommended fine dining Victoria Restaurant and Drawing Room renowned locally for its delicious Afternoon Teas.
Whether your visit is for business or pleasure, our dedicated team of staff will work hard to ensure that all your requirements are taken care of. We’ve even thought of little extras which can be placed in your room for arrival to further enhance your visit and to allow you to switch off from the moment you arrive - just take a look at the 'extras' section of our gift voucher page for ideas and to order.
The Grand Hotel, in the heart of Tyne and Wear, is easily accessed via public transport links; bus (outside the hotel), the Newcastle Metro Line (Tynemouth Station - 10 mins walk), Newcastle International Airport (19 miles away) and the Newcastle to Amsterdam Ferry Terminal (4 miles away).