Plumb in the city centre next to the castle, the Vermont is a highly distinctive building. Built in Portland stone in 1910 on the side of the hill, it was originally the County Hall building. It comprises 12 floors and has the unusual aspect that the main entrance, leading to reception, the spacious lounge and hotel bar, is on the 6th floor. A further entrance is down on Dean Street.
Public rooms are elegantly furnished and there are plenty of staff on hand to attend to one's needs.
Bedrooms have a uniform décor of smart, contemporary mahogany furniture with ample writing space, a sofa and an armchair. Of good size, they all have modern TV's with extra satellite channels, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial phones, an evening turndown service and modern en suite bathrooms. Depending on their position they have marvellous views of the Tyne Bridge or City.
There are good meeting rooms and business facilities.
The buzzy Martha's Bar is ideal for meeting friends, or you can relax in the club-like Redwood Bar. The bridge restaurant offers a comprehensive menu in comfortable surroundings with views of the Tyne Bridge.
Breakfast is charged extra, on an à la carte basis.
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Businesses
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 101
- Rooms, ensuite: 101
- Price (single room): £130
- Price (double room): £130
- Room Service: 24 Hours
- Parking: Yes, 100 spaces
- Passenger Lift
- Rooms for Disabled Guests
- Coffee Shop
- Theatre Desk
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 60
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 200
- Licensed for Civil Weddings
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page