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Newcastle is a vibrant city and was awarded “Best City in Britain” by The Guardian Travel Awards in 2014. The city boasts world-class culture, vibrant nightlife, award-winning dining, inspiring heritage, fantastic shopping and acclaimed architecture. These are linked, as nowhere else, by the famous Geordie spirit. The city of Newcastle is united with its neighbour Gateshead (on the south bank) by seven bridges across a spectacular riverscape of the River Tyne. 

The cost of accommodation is not included in the delegate fee and delegates would be required to book their own accommodation. This allows delegates to choose from a range of city-centre hotels, to meet their own needs, preferences and budget. There is also a limited number of budget student accommodation available.

  • Student Accommodation
    • En-suite student accommodation is available a short walk from our city campus and conference venue, we can offer a rate of £50 per night per person booking for both nights of the 5th and 6th September 2022. Book Here
  • Local Hotel Accommodation 
    • The NewcastleGateshead Conference Bureau (NGI) has negotiated preferential rates with local hotels and accommodation for delegates attending this event. Book Here

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