Last week I was invited along to have a sneak peek at the new Vermont Aparthotel in Newcastle. The Vermont Hotel is known for luxury and that’s something they’ve definitely incorporated into their apartments.
Home to 11 apartments, including the amazing Dom Perignon Penthouse suite, the Vermont Aparthotel is a great location for a romantic weekend away, or book a two bedroom apartment if you’re staying with friends. You have all the home comforts you could need, whether you’re staying for the night, or spending the week visiting the North East. If you want to use the kitchen to make your own breakfast, you can, alternatively I can happily point you in the direction of the best places to grab brunch (or burgers) The concierge are on hand if you need assistance but will give you the privacy you need to fully enjoy your stay.
Each apartment is uniquely designed and they’ve really made the most of the building’s features, from the slanted walls to the huge windows, there’s a certain charm that you find with any listed building, but with special touches – like the local artwork. Do’n’t even get me started on the bathrooms, they speak for themselves with all that marble!
Whether you want to arrive in style in the Rolls Royce chauffeur service to a glass of champagne, or just relax for the night away from home, the Vermont Aparthotel certainly brings luxury to the quayside.
It’s worth noting that Churchill’s bar, located on the ground floor is open to the public too, so if you’re looking for somewhere new to try, pop in for a cocktail, or a whisky and enjoy the comfy Chesterfields and relaxed atmosphere.
To book your stay visit The Vermont ApartHotel website here. Prices start from £129 per night for a 1 bed apartment and quite a lot of weekends and peak times are already booked up, so snap up your apartment quick!
Just putting it out there, it is my birthday next month if anyone’s feeling generous…
All words and photos are my own, except the final one which was kindly sent over from the Vermont Aparthotel – I need to remember to take outdoor photos more often, but this one’s pretty nice isn’t it! Thanks for the invite to have a look around, hopefully I’ll be back soon.