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I love a good afternoon tea and have sent my mum and dad here for may occasions - they have said its the best around! So I was hoping not to be disappointed! I wasn't! Tessie and Tirso were fantastic made sure we had everything...More
My mum and I visited Chez Mal, within the Malmaison on Newcastle's Quayside, for a belated Mother's Day outing (Mum lives in Liverpool and was visiting). We were met by the absolutely wonderful Tessie (pronounced Teezie) who was a breath of fresh air! She took...More
I recently visited the Malmasion for a business meeting.
I have to say it's a great place, very nice interior, bar and staff.
Layla looked after us while having the meeting.
I would highly recommend coming to this place either for a great night or...More
Stayed here for two nights over friday and saturday this month and after coming here for the first time for my birthday, I have to say myself and my partner will look for the Malmaison branches in the other big cities that they do. The...More
Been dying to stay here because of its fab location on the key side but to be honest I was a tad dissapointed.
The rooms are dark, dull & dated & possibly a bit dusty & dirty !
The staff make the Hotel, the Girls...More
Response from ELIZABETH B | Reviewed this property |
I haven’t stayed at Newcastle Upon Tyne as I live there but have regularly stayed at the Mal in Leith. The pet friendly room we use is a corner room on the first floor, dual aspect windows one with patio doors and... More
I haven’t stayed at Newcastle Upon Tyne as I live there but have regularly stayed at the Mal in Leith. The pet friendly room we use is a corner room on the first floor, dual aspect windows one with patio doors and balcony.
The room is the same spec as other rooms. Baskets and dog bowls are provided and my three dogs have always been made very welcome. I would imaging that conditions are similar across the chain.
Good walking on the Quayside at Newcastle