Boasting all the necessary amenities to make your upcoming trip to Cardiff a complete success and utterly unforgettable, this amazing Cardiff hotel in an unbeatable location is our top pick for this vibrant and exciting city. Set in the heart of the city, journeys to all the major attractions and sights, such as the shopping centres, Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Bay, are quick and easy. Families are made to feel warm and welcome, with extra facilities to accommodate children’s needs such as a kid’s menu and cots and high chairs on request. Business travellers are also well looked after, with a state-of-the-art conference centre with board rooms and secretarial service. Each well-appointed and spacious guest room enjoys a private bathroom with bathtub, air conditioning, free internet and safe. The hotel reception also conveniently offers services such as airport transfers, dry cleaning and express check-out to ensure that your stay here is as comfortable and stress-free as possible.
The city centre of Cardiff is compact and easy to get around, so visiting all your favourite sights is a breeze. Whether you’re interested in arts, culture, sports or other entertainment, you’re bound to find something to suit your taste and budget! The nearby Cardiff Bay, as well as being a location for outstanding natural beauty, is also home to the BBC Wales studios. Here, a number of well-known and celebrated television shows are filmed and produced, including Doctor Who, which is also the subject of the interactive centre next door, The Doctor Who Experience. Kids of all ages and fans of the show can see exclusive back-stage featurettes and take part in hands-on activities to get closer to the magic and mystery.
Around the bay you’ll be spoilt for choice of restaurants, cafes and bars, especially in Mermaid Quay, where eateries serve up everything from Caribbean barbecue to local Welsh delicacies. Varying from national-favourite chains, such as Côte Brasserie, Wagamama and Las Iguanas, to independent establishments, such as La Cha Cha tapas bar and Demiro’s Italian. During the warmer months you can dine outside and enjoy the views over the gorgeous docklands and impressive freshwater lake.
If you’re looking for some adventure and adrenaline in your holiday, Cardiff is guaranteed to deliver; whether you’re a first-timer hoping to try your hand at a new sport, or a long-time enthusiast. Watersports take place predominantly in the Bay, including windsurfing, canoeing and sailing. There are also numerous golf courses around the city and if you’d prefer to remain a spectator of sport, the Millennium Stadium is home to the famous Welsh Rugby team.