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59 Fitzhamon Embankment, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales Superb 9.2
  • "The hostel is ideally situated close to many transport links and even has views of the stadium. Really liked the breakfast and was surprised at how nice the place was." Paul stone Paul stone
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
1 Park Place, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Fabulous 8.8
  • "The hotel is in a great central location, close to everything. We had a speedy and efficient check in, our room was clean and comfortable, breakfast great. We only had an overnight stay which was good value and we will definitely return." Clarice Clarice
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Kingsway, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Fabulous 8.7
  • "I had an overnight business stay and couldn't fault any aspect of the hotel. Check in was speedy and efficient, all the staff provided good service. I had a spacious and comfortable room and a good breakfast in the morning. Good for all type of guests." Mari Mari
Free WiFi Indoor Pool Disabled Rooms Fitness Room No Smoking Rooms
Churchill Way, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.3
  • "Customer service is excellent, with friendly attentive staff. Rooms were clean and the bed very comfy with a room location option from which i chose to be in a quiet part of the hotel. There was free wifi in the rooms making it a perfect work location for me. Great value, felt it was far more rewarding than the regular type of budget hotel that you would find in Cardiff." C&G C&G
Free WiFi Pets Allowed Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
24-26 Newport Road, Adamstown, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.3
  • "We found the hotel to be very good value. It is well located for the city, public areas are spacious and stylish. There are good leisure facilities. Lovely rooms & food, good service from staff." Natalie Natalie
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Meridian Gate Bute Terrace, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.4
  • "A great hotel well located close to everything. Rooms are modern, comfortable and well equipped as expected and breakfast is good. With the advantage of parking too, it is a place I would return to. The hotel isn't budget conscious but given it's a 4 star hotel coated in Cardiff city centre that's OK with me." RobertD117 RobertD117
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
88 Street Mary's Street, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Fabulous 8.6
  • "In a good central location. I had a friendly and efficient check in, a clean and comfortable room with all the usual facilities. I was on a business visit and did not spend much time in the hotel, although the bar was good for a nightcap." Isaiah Isaiah
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Bute Terrace, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.1
  • "Had to leave early and was able to get a ‘breakfast to go’. Would stay here again, if only for the great views of Cardiff." John Hallam John Hallam
Free WiFi Pets Allowed Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Castle Street, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.4
  • "Breakfast is excellent! The rooms are large and spacious and the staff first rate, attentive and could not be faulted." Kathy Kathy
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Mill Lane, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Fabulous 8.6
  • "We visit the area quite often and usually use B & B's but splashed out this time as it was a birthday treat. We couldn't fault anything, very friendly and efficient service, lovely public areas and an immaculate room. We will definitely be returning on another celebration." Garrett Garrett
Free WiFi Indoor Pool Disabled Rooms Fitness Room No Smoking Rooms
Station Approach Saunders Road, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.3
  • "In a central location and with friendly staff. Rooms and bathrooms are a bit small, but clean, fine for a short stay. No parking though, the hotel provides a discount but still expensive. A buffet breakfast is provided at a charge." DavidELW00 DavidELW00
Free WiFi Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
St Mary Street, Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, Wales Fabulous 8.8
  • "This hotel is now called the Clayton Hotel and very handy for Cardiff railway station. Shops and restaurants etc. We found it very comfortable and clean, all the staff good and helpful and because of the location for the train we are sure to be staying on future visits." Swansea Couple Swansea Couple
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Schooner Way, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.4
  • "A very decent hotel with good amenities. All the staff provided friendly and efficient service, our room was spacious and well equipped. There is a nice bar which had a good atmosphere. Breakfast was good. We can recommend." Gerald Gerald
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Longueil Close, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales Very Good 8.4
  • "Costs are very reasonable at £59 with the usual friendly welcome you expect at a holiday inn express. 10 minute walk to the city centre through twisty turny streets. A large car park costs £5 a night, breakfasts & a newspaper are complimentary which makes a nice touch." Roger Roger
Free WiFi Pets Allowed Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Hemingway Road, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales Fabulous 8.8
  • "Nicely located within walking distance of everything. All the staff were friendly and helpful, the room was fine and breakfast good. A good value stay." Tara Pritchard Tara Pritchard
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
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Cardiff may only have become Wales' capital in 1955, but it took to the role like a fish to water. This city of reinvention and regeneration has a storied, fascinating past, and yet still manages to be firmly rooted in the present. With a centuries old castle to explore, the Millennium Centre playing host to everyone from opera singers to international pop stars, the Millennium Stadium bringing in rugby fans in their droves, and the revamped Cardiff Bay area issuing its siren call of shops, restaurants, bars and beautiful waterfront views, this place really can claim to have it all.

Millennium Stadium - now known officially as Principality Stadium - can be found right on the River Taff, just minutes from Cardiff Central station and practically within view of Cardiff Castle. This incredible central location has made it iconic not only within its own city, but to sports and particularly rugby fans the world over. But it's not just rugby players who can be found on the field here - the stadium has played host to a huge variety of rock bands and pop stars including the likes of Coldplay and Ed Sheeran.

Meanwhile, the Millennium Centre has just as enviable a position within the city, but this time down on the waterfront at Cardiff Bay. This is the place to come for performing arts and high culture, whether you're interested in a night at the opera, being swept away by a first class musical, transported to another world through ballet or seeing a reflection of our own world onstage in a play. Nights at the theatre don't get much better than this. Even if you're not too keen on matters theatrical, the Millennium Centre is worth the detour for its imposing architecture alone. Designed by Jonathan Adams and clad in local Welsh slate, the building is particularly eye catching at night when the two metre high inscription of poet Gwyneth Lewis is beautifully backlit. Guided tours are given on most days and are well worth the trip.

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For a taste of history, you can't do better than starting with Cardiff Castle. A strange yet atmospheric mix of Roman, Norman and Victorian architecture, this castle is a great way of witnessing Wales' long history in miniature - although it is by no means representative of typical Welsh castles. Because it is such a jumble of periods and eras, guided tours are recommended, but you can just as easily wander the rooms and ramparts yourself, easily imagining the journey through time that got you there.

For TV lovers, the Doctor Who Experience gives you a-hands on, immersive walk through the beloved science fiction program's history, while the rest of Cardiff has been used extensively in filming the BBC's much acclaimed Sherlock adaptation. Other excellent attractions in the city include the National Museum of Cardiff, Bute Park and St Fagans National History Museum. Just outside of the city the whole country awaits, from the Black Mountains to the Brecon Beacons, the surfing of the Gower and the rolling rivers and valleys of Monmouthshire.

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