For the ultimate relaxation whilst on holiday or on a business trip, stay at this modern hotel with amazing views in Cardiff’s city centre. The staff and facilities here are dedicated in ensuring that each individual guest to stay at this hotel receives the care and attention they need and deserve. Services such as airport transfers, valet parking and laundry help to ensure that your visit is as straight-forward and relaxing as possible. The central location also provides ease and convenience, as both the Central Bus and Railway stations are within short driving distance away.
The guest rooms and suites are beautifully designed and decorated and fully-fitted with air conditioning, tea and coffee facilities and en-suite bathroom. Before heading to bed at the end of a busy day, why not make use of the on-site gym and spa with world-class indoor swimming pool, sauna and well-being massage services. Business travellers may also utilise the business centre with PC, fax and photocopying.
The Welsh are extremely passionate about their sports and leisure activities, and are especially proud of their national Welsh Rugby team that plays in the extraordinary Millennium Stadium, located just a few minutes from the hotel. If you’re not in town to watch a game, you can still visit the stadium and join a professional tour that gives great insight to the goings-on behind the scenes; in the changing rooms, Press Conference Suite and the player’s tunnel. This experience is especially popular with younger families and enthusiastic fans.
Also nearby is the Penarth Marina, which is situated within the sheltered walls of water of Cardiff Bay and has a fascinating past and vibrant present. If you’re visiting for a special occasion such as an anniversary or milestone birthday, there’s no better way to celebrate than on the Tiger II cruising yacht that otherwise resides in the marina. You can book the 37 foot boat for half a day and enjoy the company of friends and family as you sip champagne and sunbathe whilst cruising along the river and around the bay.
For history and culture lovers, there is plenty to see and do around the city centre, including suitable destinations for children to keep them entertained as you are informed. If you fancy a day drip just outside of Cardiff, the St Fagans National History Museum is arguably one of the country’s best open-air museums, featuring a multitude of interactive goings-on and demonstrations for all ages.