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Excellent £99 deal at Newcastle’s Hotel Indigo

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Our unofficial ‘excellent deal we found on Travelzoo’ series moves on to Newcastle this week.

It is selling an EXCELLENT package at IHG’s Hotel Indigo. The hotel website is here and is pictured above, but you can only get this deal via Travelzoo here.

For £99, you receive:

Indigo Newcastle hotel special deal
  • one night in a standard room
  • full cooked breakfast for two people
  • a bottle of prosecco in your room
  • a 3-course set menu dinner or a £25 credit per person if you want to go a la carte
  • 2pm guaranteed late check-out
  • a 2nd night, B&B, is an extra £60

The voucher is valid until 31st August. Importantly, if you don’t use it, Travelzoo will refund you in full.

There are no black-out dates but there is a £20 surcharge for a Saturday night stay. You are still only paying £119 for the room, full breakfast, dinner and a bottle of prosecco though, which is laughably good.

The only downside is that as you are booking via a 3rd party, you will not receive any IHG Rewards points or status benefits.

You can buy a voucher on this page of Travelzoo here.

PS. The £99 deal at London’s Hard Rock Hotel that we mentioned last week is also still bookable – see here.

Hotel offers update – May 2024:

Want to earn more hotel points?  Click here to see our complete list of promotions from the major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Offers’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.

Want to buy hotel points?

  • IHG One Rewards is offering an 80% bonus when you buy points by 8th June 2024. Click here.
  • World of Hyatt is offering a 20% bonus when you buy points by 1st July 2024. Click here.

Comments (33)

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  • Aston100 says:

    Is there any confidence that MH are going to survive covid?

    • Rhys says:

      It is at the tail end of what appears to be a successful restructure, so probably yes. It is also owned by the sovereign wealth fund so hard to see them let it collapse completely.

      • DeB20 says:

        And I was previously a little concerned about their survival, or merger with a low cost airline.

        However, all seems to be progressing well.

  • TomH says:

    Anyone else just get another data breach email from BA? Looks like something with SITA?

    Can’t believe they’ve stung me twice.

  • vol says:

    Got my £20 Amazon voucher today – took a day to come through. Cheers for the heads up 😀

  • Alan says:

    Thanks for highlighting this offer, Rob. Got my £20 voucher today.

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