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  • Dolphin SA1

    Dolphin SA1


    Located in Swansea, Dolphin SA1 offers rooms with free WiFi access throughout. The hotel features an on-site bar and a 24-hour front desk. Staff was always ready to help and very friendly. I remember the staff at the reception was very helpful in arranging a taxi for me early in the morning. Thank you so much if you are reading this. They even sent me an invoice via email on request after coming back to India. I promise to stay in Dolphin SA1 the next time I come to Swansea. It was a nice and tidy little room, with a window facing the Church, enjoyed every moment of stay there. Kind of miss the place now. Love you Swansea!

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    Avg. price/night: £45
    8.2 Very good 1,847 reviews
  • The Dragon Hotel

    The Dragon Hotel


    This 4-star hotel is in Swansea city centre. It is fully air conditioned and offers a leisure club with a swimming pool, and a restaurant serving European-style cuisine. Worth every single penny And they give you personal gps device with 4g internet for better travelling experience for free

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    Avg. price/night: £65
    8.1 Very good 2,127 reviews
  • ibis Swansea

    ibis Swansea


    Just outside Swansea centre, the Ibis Swansea Hotel is situated in the SA1 waterfront development. The modern hotel offers free parking, a 24-hour front desk and a stylish cafe bar. The Staff was welcoming, the room plenty of space and clean, breakfast fantastic!

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    Avg. price/night: £36
    8.2 Very good 2,371 reviews
  • Norton House Hotel - Mumbles

    Norton House Hotel - Mumbles


    In a Georgian manor house in Mumbles, Norton House Hotel provides comfortable rooms and apartments in South Wales. Great staff. Comfy bed and a delicious breakfast.

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    Avg. price/night: £58.50
    8.6 Fabulous 1,275 reviews
  • The Grand Hotel

    The Grand Hotel


    Following extensive refurbishment, this landmark hotel boasts excellent facilities and a central location. Free WiFi is available throughout. Great spot. Nice staff Tri colour outside the hotel and Irish owned. Great value for money.

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    Avg. price/night: £60.80
    8.1 Very good 1,918 reviews
  • Swansea Marriott Hotel

    Swansea Marriott Hotel


    This beachfront hotel has dramatic views of Swansea Bay, and is a short stroll from the town centre. The M4 motorway, golf courses and the Gower Peninsula are nearby. Fantastic help by the Marriott staff helping me with recovering property left in the room.

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    Avg. price/night: £79
    8.1 Very good 1,501 reviews

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Green Gateway to the Gower

Upon seeing Swansea for the first time, it hits you just how green it is, especially when viewed from Kilvey Hill. On a clear day the views stretch as far as sweeping Swansea Bay and even the undulating Mumbles headland at the edge of the Gower Peninsula - the UK’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with unspoilt beaches.

The Gower is also known for its castles, including Oystermouth Castle and Loughor Castle, overlooking the city from a hilltop. Swansea itself also has castle ruins which are Grade I listed, as is the Guildhall with its lavish interior frescoes.

Most historic city centre buildings were sadly lost during World War II, but the elegant Grand Theatre survived, as did Dylan Thomas’ childhood home in Uplands. The Swansea Museum – the oldest in Wales – is opposite the National Waterfront Museum and the LC indoor waterpark.

Offshore conditions are good for kitesurfing, and the marina shelters yachts overlooked by Wales’ tallest building: The Tower, Meridian Quay. The nearby SA1 Waterfront complex is becoming popular for its bars and restaurants, while shopping options include a covered market and the Morfa Shopping Park by Liberty Stadium, home to the city’s football and rubgy union teams.’s Swansea accommodation includes luxury hotels, cheap apartments and guest houses with parking.