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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. Very close to the central station.
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. Huge bedroom, lovely pool and spa
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... Everything was fantastic breakfast and staff specially .
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. Everyone is very helpful and polite
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. We loved everything. The staff was super friendly and clean and the attention to the details was...
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. The room is very clean. Bed is big and comfortable. Location is at the city centre, very convenient.
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. Staff was friendly and helpful, place was clean and although very small, comfortable and affordable.
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...
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. Room and ensuite were modern, very clean. Everyone was extremely nice and helpful.
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!
In Cardiff’s historic city centre, this designer budget hotel is opposite the Motorpoint Arena. PERFECT LOCATION JUST ONE MINUTE FROM THE CENTER
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. As always when in Cardiff I stay at the Ibis City Center. The name says it all.
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. I used this hotel for the night of my hen night.
Set 400 metres from University of South Wales - Cardiff Campus, easyHotel Cardiff offers rooms with air conditioning in Cardiff. Bed was comfy and very clean ,felt safe
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. Very convenient for everything Lovely staff Comfy bed Powerful shower Everything you need for a...
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. The room was great, and the pillows were so good
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.
Firstly getting to the hotel was super easy. Just type in the postcode and it takes you right to the car park. Fantastic location, right in the middle of the city, lots of shopping and places to eat within a stones throw away from the hotel. Cardiff Castle and the Museum are only about a 5 minute walk. Staff were really friendly and extremely helpful when called upon. The room was massive and really well cleaned. The bed was super comfy as well, you are in for a treat.
Excellent location. Within walking distance to Cardiff castle, Bute park and the town centre. Good setting with codes for doors and private toilet and shower which was lush! Plus small kettle and hair drier. I didn’t get to meet any member of staff but there was no need for it as there were no concerns.
It was a nice, central location. It was easy to walk in to town and was close to the likes of the Cineworld cinema, Bute Park and Cardiff Castle. It had air conditioning which was great as it was very, very hot weather during my stay!
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
Great location, we parked the car outside the building (free street parking), and it only take about 20 mins to walk to Cardiff Castle. We've got our travel cot, and the staff were kind enough to accommodate us on this.
The location of the hotel is very good. It is situated centrally, quite close to major tourist attractions (e.g. Cardiff Castle), high street, etc. There is also a hop on hop off bus stop just next to the hotel
location was superb ,room was huge ,hotel is full of character,and the staff were all friendly and helpful.the breakfast was good .the dining room looks towards cardiff castle so the view was great too
Walking distance to the city centre/ Cardiff castle, with the option to use the bus - bus stop right outside. Secure parking at rear. Good value for money. Hotel itself has a lot of character.
Nice hotel very close to Cardiff Castle and the city center. Great gym and spa facilities.
Amazing location. Close to city center and 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.