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Do what you need to do and we'll take care of the rest

Life on the road can get hectic and busy but it doesn't mean you have to give up comfort and ease. Our executive suites will give you respite and rest after a day of work. They offer the best of creature comforts – a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, unlimited connectivity with high speed wi-fi on the house, and cable programming are some.

Classic Comforts, Heartfelt Quality

With us, familiarity breeds comfort

When you choose a Chifley, you can rest assured that you will have a hassle-free, quality assured stay. The consistency of our accommodation, quality of our home-fare restaurants, and the time and attention that we invest into anticipating and serving your needs means no surprise is often the best surprise.

Explore our Self-Contained Apartments

Newcastle Accommodation

2 Adults(max.)

68 sqm

1 Queen Bed

Fully self-contained apartment with one queen-sized bed, LCD television with DVD player, home theatre system, free high speed wireless Internet access, safe, phone, internal laundry and a fully equipped kitchen.
Prices from

AUD $185

4 Adults(max.)

85 sqm

1 Queen Bed + 2 Single Beds
or 2 Queen Beds

Family in tow? The two bedroom apartments will be ideal.
Prices from

AUD $305

4 Adults(max.)

85 sqm

1 Queen Bed + 2 Single Beds
or 2 Queen Beds

The two bedroom apartments with the view of the harbour offer one queen-sized bed and two singles, or two queen-sized beds, a fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities, plus LCD TVs with DVD players, home theatre system, free high-speed wireless Internet connection.
Prices from

AUD $325

Hotel Facilities

For Your Convenience

Non-Smoking Rooms

Free Wi-Fi

Parking

Street & On-Site Undercover

Dry Cleaning Service

Lift

Elevator

Wheelchair Access

Disabled Access Rooms

Hotel Facilities

For Your Convenience

Non-Smoking Rooms

Free Wi-Fi

Parking

Street & On-Site Undercover

Dry Cleaning Service

Lift

Elevator

Wheelchair Access

Disabled Access Rooms

Feasting & Dining

Newcastle Dining

Chifley Executive Suites is surrounded by many Beautiful Cafes & Restaurants, with some offering a chargeback facility to your room, making your dining experience hassle free.

FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS

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NO PENALTIES

We accommodate last minute changes on selected rates — free cancellation is allowed up to 24 hours before check in. T&Cs apply.

BEST PRICE GUARANTEE

Find a better price for the same thing elsewhere? Tell us and we'll make sure you don't pay a cent more if you book with us.

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Chifley Executive Suites Newcastle

Pick Your Spot

Fort Scratchley

Fort Scratchley, a former coastal defence installation, is now a museum. It is located in Newcastle East, and was built in 1882 to defend the city against a possible Russian attack. Undoubtedly Newcastle's most spectacular vantage point, Fort Scratchley Historic Site offers unrivaled panoramic views across the Pacific Ocean.

Christ Church Cathedral

Take a tour of Christ Church Cathedral and discover its rich history. A survivor of the Japanese submarine attack of WWII and the 1989 Newcastle Earthquake, Christ Church Cathedral is now a fully restored masterpiece in the heart of Newcastle.

Newcastle Ocean Baths

Newcastle Ocean Baths has a long history as popular swimming spots. With its distinctive and architecturally significant Art Deco pavilion, Newcastle Ocean Baths is one of the city's outstanding historic landmarks, and is a popular informal open air studio for amateur photographers too.

Bogey Hole

Take a dip in the Bogey Hole, also known as the Commandant's Baths, a heritage-listed sea bath on Newcastle's coastline. It is thought to be the oldest surviving European construction in the city area. You'll realise the convicts' amazing achievement when you see the waves crashing into the pool. Available all year round.

Newcastle Art Gallery

Newcastle Art Gallery houses the most important public art collection in NSW outside Sydney and is considered one of the most substantial in regional Australia. Featuring significant Indigenous and non-Indigenous artworks, the gallery is a must-visit while in Newcastle.

TreeTop Adventure Park

TreeTop Adventure Park consists of 96 challenges in the tree tops, where participants slide down flying foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and enjoy many other exciting activities.

Nobbys Beach and the Lighthouse

Located on Newcastle's highest profile beach, Nobbys Head Light is an active lighthouse on Nobbys Head, a headland on the south side of the entrance to Newcastle Harbour, New South Wales. Visit Nobbys Lighthouse grounds from 10am to 4pm every Sunday for sweeping views of the city and the Pacific Ocean from Nobbys Headland. Entry to the site is Free.

Blackbutt Reserve

If you like a good nature walk, family picnics and the wildlife – Blackbutt Reserve is a must-see for locals and tourists alike. Open everyday from 10am to 5pm, people from all ages can get close to the rich habitat of kangaroos, koalas, geckos, and more intriguing animal life without having to leave the city. You can choose to stay in a picnic spot, join a guided tour, or appreciate the wildlife exhibits and incredible encounters with various kinds of animals. Entrance is free - you only have to pay for parking. The walking tracks inside the reserve are also a great way to get fit

Newcastle Memorial Walk

Newcastle's Memorial Walk is a spectacular coastal walk with a personal connection for thousands of locals. Head out for a stroll at Newcastle Memorial Walk – a stunning piece of infrastructure dedicated for ANZAC heroes. Built to commemorate the centennial anniversary of ANZAC Gallipoli landing and the beginning of Newcastle’s steel-making industry – a journey to this coastal walkway lets you pay tribute to the men and women who dedicated their lives for Newcastle and the wider Australia. It’s open to the public 24 hours everyday so there’s no excuse to miss this terrific walk.

Fort Scratchley

Fort Scratchley, a former coastal defence installation, is now a museum. It is located in Newcastle East, and was built in 1882 to defend the city against a possible Russian attack. Undoubtedly Newcastle's most spectacular vantage point, Fort Scratchley Historic Site offers unrivaled panoramic views across the Pacific Ocean.

Christ Church Cathedral

Take a tour of Christ Church Cathedral and discover its rich history. A survivor of the Japanese submarine attack of WWII and the 1989 Newcastle Earthquake, Christ Church Cathedral is now a fully restored masterpiece in the heart of Newcastle.

Newcastle Ocean Baths

Newcastle Ocean Baths has a long history as popular swimming spots. With its distinctive and architecturally significant Art Deco pavilion, Newcastle Ocean Baths is one of the city's outstanding historic landmarks, and is a popular informal open air studio for amateur photographers too.

Bogey Hole

Take a dip in the Bogey Hole, also known as the Commandant's Baths, a heritage-listed sea bath on Newcastle's coastline. It is thought to be the oldest surviving European construction in the city area. You'll realise the convicts' amazing achievement when you see the waves crashing into the pool. Available all year round.

Newcastle Art Gallery

Newcastle Art Gallery houses the most important public art collection in NSW outside Sydney and is considered one of the most substantial in regional Australia. Featuring significant Indigenous and non-Indigenous artworks, the gallery is a must-visit while in Newcastle.

TreeTop Adventure Park

TreeTop Adventure Park consists of 96 challenges in the tree tops, where participants slide down flying foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and enjoy many other exciting activities.

Nobbys Beach and the Lighthouse

Located on Newcastle's highest profile beach, Nobbys Head Light is an active lighthouse on Nobbys Head, a headland on the south side of the entrance to Newcastle Harbour, New South Wales. Visit Nobbys Lighthouse grounds from 10am to 4pm every Sunday for sweeping views of the city and the Pacific Ocean from Nobbys Headland. Entry to the site is Free.

Blackbutt Reserve

If you like a good nature walk, family picnics and the wildlife – Blackbutt Reserve is a must-see for locals and tourists alike. Open everyday from 10am to 5pm, people from all ages can get close to the rich habitat of kangaroos, koalas, geckos, and more intriguing animal life without having to leave the city. You can choose to stay in a picnic spot, join a guided tour, or appreciate the wildlife exhibits and incredible encounters with various kinds of animals. Entrance is free - you only have to pay for parking. The walking tracks inside the reserve are also a great way to get fit

Newcastle Memorial Walk

Newcastle's Memorial Walk is a spectacular coastal walk with a personal connection for thousands of locals. Head out for a stroll at Newcastle Memorial Walk – a stunning piece of infrastructure dedicated for ANZAC heroes. Built to commemorate the centennial anniversary of ANZAC Gallipoli landing and the beginning of Newcastle’s steel-making industry – a journey to this coastal walkway lets you pay tribute to the men and women who dedicated their lives for Newcastle and the wider Australia. It’s open to the public 24 hours everyday so there’s no excuse to miss this terrific walk.