REVIEW: The Botanical Room @ INNSiDE Newcastle
Posted on August 30th 2022 by Whats on Northeast
Recently, INNSiDE hotel on Newcastle Quayside has collaborated with Plantopia, a small local plant specialist, to create a room filled with plants to ease and relax their guests. Walking into the room was a fantastic experience! Seeing the cacti, succulents and hanging baskets around the room immediately gave a sense of tranquillity and restfulness. The added touches such as bath robes, slippers and even a yoga mat really made for a spa-like experience. Even the lighting and colour scheme in this room has been designed with comfort in mind as no light is too bright and the grey and green colours were perfectly matched.
The Botanical room also boats a large shower and sink area situated in the corner of the room where you can look out at the refreshing greenery surrounding you. Plants also framed the huge windows which looked out upon the river Tyne in all its glory adding to the peaceful nature of this room.
Attached to INNSiDE is Gino D’Acampo’s restaurant where you will be served by friendly staff a hearty Italian dish for dinner and a gorgeous buffet breakfast when you wake in the morning. The breakfast menu had so many different items including continental style and a classic full English.
This hotel is situated in the heart of Newcastle’s Quayside and is fantastically located for any travel needs you might have in Newcastle. For instance, it’s located a 10 minute walk to the train station, main shopping streets and venues such as Life and the Theatre Royal. Being by the river was also beautiful at night with the opportunity to walk along the river and see some of Newcastle’s biggest landmarks such as the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.
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