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With a stylish bar and restaurant, Clayton Hotel Cardiff offers modern rooms with free WiFi. The hotel is adjacent to Cardiff Central Rail Station, and the Principality Stadium is 300 metres away. Location, very close to station. Reception staff extremely helpful. Comfortable room.
The stylish, central Royal Hotel Cardiff is a 2-minute walk from the Principality Stadium (formerly the Millennium Stadium) and a 5-minute walk from the train station and St David's Shopping Centre. Rugby day gifts and departure wine.
Located in the city centre, just 5 minutes’ walk from Cardiff Castle, this luxury 4-star hotel offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi. There is a 20-metres indoor pool and a gym. Amazing hotel! The room was so clean and the staff were lovely. Thank you 😊
In the waterfront area of Cardiff Bay’s old East Dock, only 20 minutes’ walk from the heart of the city centre, this modern hotel offers a restaurant, bar and terrace and is situated just 500 metres... Friendly,clean,reasonably priced
This 4-star premium hotel is in Cardiff’s city centre, 300 metres from Cardiff Central Rail Station. It has air-conditioned rooms, an onsite restaurant and a fitness club. Great central location. Helpful and friendly staff.
Carefully restored and developed to provide you with all the comforts of modern living, this Victorian town house is ideally situated within easy walking distance of Cardiff city centre. Very nice place. Very nice people. You must go in this hotel.
With a great location in Cardiff’s centre, Jurys Inn Cardiff is set in a beautiful Victorian building and boasts a restaurant and bar. Rooms each feature stylish décor and a flat-screen TV. Rooms are very big and clean, Victorian style near city center.
Situated a 10-minute walk from Cardiff Central railway station and 15 minutes’ walk from the Millenium Stadium, the ibis budget Cardiff Centre offers modern rooms and wireless internet hotspots. The room was clean, friendly staff, social distance rules in place.
On Cardiff’s leafy Cathedral Road, Innkeeper's Collection Cardiff is just a 15-minute walk from the Millennium Stadium and can be found situated within The Beverley Pub. Large and convenient room, perfect view from the window and there is main part of any impression –...
This design-led hotel has an excellent location in central Cardiff, and gives views across the city. Stylish rooms offer free Wi-Fi, just 100 metres from Cardiff Central Railway and Bus Station. Close to city centre and train station. Good quality for price.
In Cardiff’s historic city centre, this designer budget hotel is opposite the Motorpoint Arena. The hotel is absolutely wonderful: location (near railway station, near city centre); room was clean...
In the heart of the city centre, the 21-storey Radisson Blu Hotel offers panoramic city views, air-conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi. Cardiff Central Rail Station is close by. The location of the hotel was excellent
Set in Cardiff’s vibrant centre, this hotel is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Cardiff Arena. It offers modern rooms with satellite TV, and an all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast. Clean, neat, quiet, convenient location, good value for the money.
Well-placed with its city centre location directly opposite the Motorpoint Arena (formerly the Cardiff International Arena), this Park Inn is adjacent to the St. Perfect location, comfortable.
Set 400 metres from University of South Wales - Cardiff Campus, easyHotel Cardiff offers rooms with air conditioning in Cardiff. Raz the receptionist was super kind and helpful it was my first time in Cardiff and she answered so...
A short walk from Cardiff city centre and the Millenium Stadium, Cardiff Central offers free Wi-Fi. The reception is open 24/7. Rooms here are modern and all have a private bathroom. They accommodated our need for an early breakfast. Was very spacious and comfortable for 3 guests.
Crofts Hotel features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Cardiff. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. Very clean, three double beds in the room and still spacious!
Set in Cardiff, 1 km from Cardiff Castle, No 73 by CoffiCo features rooms with city views and free WiFi. The apartment is large and clean, it is well decorated. Having some coffee pods was a nice touch.
In a prime city centre location, this 4-star luxury hotel has a swimming pool, a gym and a spa. The main shopping district is a 5-minute walk away. Food was lovely, staff were very friendly and I felt like they made a very good effort to make...
0.5 miles from the Cardiff International Arena, this Novotel has an indoor swimming pool, a gym and restaurant. Shops, nightlife and Cardiff Central Rail Station are all 10 minutes’ walk away. I was pleasantly surprised when my requests for a top floor room with a view were fulfilled.
Not ideal with those with walking difficulties as steep steps in and exiting the venue house as well as to the fort - though I didn't notice disability access for the house - suggest check with venue
It was amazing. Arrive early at 9am so you can see the entire castle inclusive of the house tour - worth it. Maybe take the free walking tour with Fogo at 11am and have lunch by 1pm at Madame Frommage. Follow this up with an evening of shopping because everything is way cheaper here than in London 😆
The staff at Cardiff castle are poor . You go to one counter to buy a ticket . They don't tell you anything about the castle because they don't know . It took me twenty minutes to find they have recorded guide machines available . But you have to go to the tourist information to get them . CRAZY System . I asked for my money back because the military museum was closed before the end of the day
Thoroughly enjoyed the Regimental museum, walking around and climbing the stairs to the top of the tower, which were very steep and windy for two oldies like us, but it is definitely possible! Wandered the wartime tunnels with the air raids occurring above and sat in the sun in the grounds, watching the world go by.
Well worth paying the entrance fee! The arts and crafts house was absolutely stunning and the tea and welsh cakes were good too! How sad that other visitors left their take away rubbish in the old keep.! Interesting to walk around the old walls used during the war as bomb shelters.
Over priced and not a lot to see, can be done inside a hour. Have to pay extra on top of entrance price to see a few extra rooms. Only recommend if you really want to see it, nicer places to go in Cardiff.
The hotel is very well located for the shopping facilities, Cardiff Castle, National Museum of Wales and Queen Street Station to Cardiff Bay and beyond. It is a very comfortable hotel with attractive rooms. The bed was very comfortable and there was plenty of space to store items. Breakfasts were good and the staff were very friendly. The reception staff were most helpful and gave me good travel advice.
Very clean and comfortable room , well soundproofed . The hotel provides a fabulous breakfast with plenty of choice. Situated in an excellent location at the heart of Cardiff within easy walking distance to shops, restaurants, pubs, the principality stadium, Cardiff castle and many other attractions. There is no on site parking but they do have a good deal with a nearby NCP car park 50% off.
Location was great, 5 minute walk from Cardiff castle with free parking. Communication with the owners was brilliant, very simple to check in and out. Property itself was clean, comfy and cosy. Couldn't recommend it enough
The building is old, but it's so much better than newer, impersonal hotels... The decor and furniture are dated, but the price is fair and the location, just in front of Cardiff Castle, full centre, is excellent
The room is very clean stayed here in the past and it's always up to standard. Location is optimal as it is central a few mins by walk away from Cardiff Castle and exactly in front of the arcades .
The room was spacious with a great view of Cardiff Castle. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Very handy location in central Cardiff.
Good view of Cardiff castle
Cardiff castle is very restored, as Castle Coch (20 min by bus from Cardiff) and Caerphilly Castle (40 min from Cardiff)
I love going around the Castles in Cardiff, Castle Coch is beautiful and unique in design and location, whilst Cardiff Castle in the centre of the city is truly amazing, with the architecture both interior and exterior breath-taking and brings to life how people lived then.
Cardiff Castle well worth seeing - Victorian Gothic rooms were splendid. Llandaff Cathedral well worth a visit - lovely village setting, interesting art and sculpure, medieval and modern.
Cardiff Castle is a conglomerate of several monuments - the roman portion is under excavation. the castle itself on the motte (hill) was nicely restored, the House, done in gothic fantasy was well restored and over the top with gaudy detail. Didn't go into the clock tower, that too was gaudy. Glad I went, it is a landmark.