Holiday Inn Washington

Washington Hotel
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Holiday Inn
Total meeting space186 sq. m
Guest rooms136
Emerson Road
Washington NE37 1LB

Holiday Inn Washington

Washington Hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Room service


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Pet friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities

Venue accessible by

  • Taxi
  • Train

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space186 sq. m
Meeting rooms9
Largest room98 sq. m
Second largest room27 sq. m
Exhibit space93 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms136
Single (One bed)28
Double (Two beds)108


Local Attractions

Angel of the North

Historical landmark
4 mi. away
Since spreading its wings in February 1998 Antony Gormley’s The Angel of the North has become one of the most talked about pieces of public art ever produced. Rising 20 metres from the earth near the A1 in Gateshead, the Angel dominates the skyline, dwarfing all those who come to see it. Made from 200 tonnes of steel, it has a wingspan of 54 metres. Getting up close and personal with the Angel is an experience you’ll never forget. The Angel of the North is a major visitor attraction. It is seen by over 150,000 visitors a year and more than 90,000 drivers every day on the A1.
Angel of the North
Low Eighton
Gateshead, TWR, GB1 NE8 7UB

National Glass Centre

9 mi. away
Housed in a spectacular architecturally designed glass and steel building situated on the north bank of the River Wear in Sunderland, the National Glass Centre is a unique cultural venue and visitor attraction. NGC is home to the UK's largest art glass making facility for kiln forming, stained glass, lampworking and hot and cold working. Visit our hot glass viewing area and watch NGC’s studio team create glass in this unique working studio, including live glass blowing.
National Glass Centre
Liberty Way
Sunderland, TWR, GB1 SR6 0GL

Penshaw Monument

Historical landmark
5 mi. away
One of the North East's most prominent landmarks, Penshaw Monument was built in 1844 in honour of the first Earl of Durham, John George Lambton. Modelled on the Thesion, the Temple of Theseus in Athens, Penshaw stands magnificently at 70 foot high above the city on a limestone hill with spectacular views as far afield as Durham Cathedral and the North Pennines.
Penshaw Monument
Chester Road
Houghton Le Spring, GB1 DH4 7EL

Metrocentre Shopping Centre

9 mi. away
Less than 20 minutes from the hotel lies one of the largest indoor shopping outlets in Europe. NOt only will you find all your favourite shops, there is also Namco Funscape offering a huge array of entertainment, as well as a cinema and lots of great eateries. Look out for the Metrognomes too - the kids will love them.
Gateshead, TWR, GB NE11 9YG

Beamish - The living museum of the north

7 mi. away
The world-famous open air museum tells the story of the life in North East England in days gone by. There is so much to see and do: take a tram down cobbled street to explore the Edwardian town, visit the Pit Village, re-live rail travel in the 1800s on the Pockerley Waggonway and see the animals still reared today at Horm Farm.
Beamish, DUR, GB DH9 0RG

Durham Cathedral

Historical landmark
10 mi. away
Durham Cathedral was built in the early years of the 11th century, Durham is the only cathedral in England to retain almost all its original Norma craftmanship. In a nationwide BBC poll, it was voted the best-loved building in Britian, cherished not only for its iconic architecture but also for its imcomparable setting.
The College

Laing Art Gallery

8 mi. away
The Laing is home to an impressive collection of art and sculpture and its exhibition programme is renowned for bringing the biggest names in historic, modern and contemporary art to the North East. The impressive permanent collection can be enjoyed throughout the season with dynamic landscapes by John Martin and sculpture by Henry Moore. There are events throughout the year including talks from leading contemporary artists and fun activities for families.
Laing Art Gallery
New Bridge Street

Shildon National Railway Museum

25 mi. away
This award-winning museum is based in one of the oldest railway towns and has something for everyone. Learn about Britian's great railway heritage through the fun inter-active displays, discover how bridges are designed and built, and enjoy some great activities for children - check for special events.
Soho Street
Shildon, DUR, GB DL4 1PQ

Distance from airport

  • 24.14 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Paid parking


Holiday Inn Washington is an ideally located hotel, just off the A1M junction 64. Centrally located between, Historic Durham, Sunderland and Newcastle City Centre ideal for both business or leisure travellers. A well established, comfortable hotel, with free car parking, noted for its friendly staff. The Hotel has a Traders Restaurant a newly refurbished lounge and bar area. The hotel has 136 fully air conditioned bedrooms, including family and accessible rooms. Only a short drive from Europes largest Shopping Centre - the Metrocentre, Newcastle City Centre, the award winning Beamish Open Air Museum, Sunderland Glass Centre and Durham County Cricket Ground. Hotel offers 9 meeting rooms ideal to host corporate events.

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