Newcastle: Room or Studio for Two with Late Check-Out and Wine at Alloggio Studios on King – Newcastle


October 11, 2021

The Hotel: Alloggio Studios on King – Newcastle

Guests of Alloggio Studios on King – Newcastle enjoy a myriad of local attractions at their hands’ reach. For a taste of beach life, head to the nearby Susan Gilmore Beach, Merewether Beach and Nobbys Beach, while Newcastle Entertainment Centre is just 5 kilometres away. Darby Stret, Hunter Street and Honeysuckle Boardwalk & Foreshore are just around the corner.

The minimalist rooms are fitted with all that is needed for a fuss-free stay, from air conditioning to kitchen facilities. At the hotel, the rooms include wardrobes, flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms.

Room Details

Double Room

  • Bed size/type: Double room
  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • The room is equipped with own bathroom, kitchenette (sink and microwave), bar fridge, tea- and coffee-making facilities, desk and chair, hairdryer, iron and board, large wall-hung TV and Wi-Fi

Queen Studio

  • Bed size/type: Queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • Studios feature kitchenettes (with sinks, microwaves, bar fridges and coffee-/tea-making facilities), work desk areas, private bathrooms, hairdryers, irons and boards, TVs and Wi-Fi

The Area: Newcastle, NSW

Rated as one of the top 10 places to travel in the world by Lonely Planet, Newcastle is often overlooked as a travel destination. But the area boasts a rich cultural history as Australia’s second-oldest town and a sunny beach scene to rival those of typical watery destinations, not to mention the vineyards of the Hunter Valley close by. Visit centuries-old buildings, sip on fine wine, and hit the golden sand, all in one day in this holiday hub, just two hours from Sydney.

Kick stays off with a trip to one of eight beaches, like Merewether, Newcastle, Nobbys, or Bar Beach for surfing or fishing fun, or have a paddle at the iconic Newcastle Ocean Baths. Swing by the Honeysuckle Precinct, where restaurants plating up dishes from around the world compete for attention. This is the place to gaze out at the harbour, listen to some live music, and sample cuisine with a modern twist. Later, move to Darby Street for a coffee or cocktail in trendy surrounds. Culture vultures find their fix amongst the mix of local and international art at the Newcastle Regional Art Gallery or instead go hunting for a piece to take home at any number of small galleries dotted around the city. Step back in time with a stroll through the Fort Scratchley Historic Site or Bogey Hole to see relics of Newcastle’s colonial past, while the Christ Church Cathedral is worth a visit for its imposing form and steadfast past.