Type: Evening Event
Dress code: 1920's Style Outfits
It is 1929 and Harry Grimshaw is a self - made millionaire and very successful business man. But this weekend we learn that Wall Street has crashed and Harry could end up being destitute. It’s at times like this that you learn who your friends really are – and your enemies.
The Royal Station Hotel is grade 1 and 2 Victorian listed building boasting elegant architecture, officially opened by Queen Victoria in 1850 making it a perfect hotel for Murder Mystery breaks. The hotel is set in the heart of Newcastle next to the train station making it the perfect base to explore the city.
Guest bedrooms at the Royal Station Hotel have recently been refurbished in homage to their history and heritage. All rooms include an en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV with Freeview, Free WiFi and tea and coffee facilities, a perfect retreat after an action-packed murder mystery evening.
Guests will receive a delicious 3 course evening meal plus tea and coffee whilst the murder mystery takes place in one of the hotels Victorian function rooms. Murder Mystery guests can spend a lazy afternoon enjoying the hotels spa which includes; swimming pool, sauna, steam room and gymnasium or if you’re a shopaholic why not venture into Newcastle City Centre with its vast array of high street and boutique shops.View Details
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