The Park Hotel in 1939
History of the Park Hotel
The Park Hotel was designed and built by local architect J.R. Wallace and was completed in 1939. The Art Deco style of the hotel has made it a prominent feature of the Tynemouth coastline.
Originally the hotel was built with 30 bedrooms the hotel was regarded as one of the most modern establishments of its kind anywhere in the country. Over the last few years the family have heavily invested a renovation program including the addition of further bedrooms and the addition of extra function rooms.
Thank you to local historian Charlie Steel for the information. You can read more about the history of the area by visiting www.monkseaton.info
55 en-suite Bedrooms
Located in one of the most stunning areas in the UK, our bedrooms boast unbeatable views of Longsands bay and Tynemouth village. Our suites have received a full make-over with an exquisite interior design and luxurious bathroom fittings. Today the The Park Hotel features 55 en suite bedrooms and a variety of different sized function suites including a full sized traditional English Ballroom.
Beautiful Seaside Location
Located quite literally in throwing distance of Tynemouth Longsands almost all of our rooms have beautiful views of the North East Coast. Not only do we have the views but because of our location we're in easy access of Newcastle City Centre, Newcastle International Airport and also the North Shields Ferry Terminal.
The North East has a huge amount to offer tourists and business people alike and because of our location you can enjoy them all.
What a beautiful hotel and what a location, with an incredible view to the sea, myself and my wife really enjoyed our stay and plan on returning as soon as we can.
What a beautiful hotel and what a location, with an incredible view to the sea, myself and my wife really enjoyed our stay and plan on returning as soon as we can.Derek Dunn - Company CEO