Perfect for both holidaymakers and those visiting the Welsh capital on business, this top 3* Hot Rate hotel is just a stone’s throw from the city’s main Cardiff International Airport. Savvy Hotwire customers have previously been fortunate enough to enjoy a stay in the Moorshead Inn, Hilton Garden Inn and the Doubletree amongst other renowned hotels in Hotwire’s handpicked 3* collection. Guests enjoyed the quality of the leisure facilities offered by these hotels; including access to deluxe fitness centres, traditional a la carte restaurants serving complimentary continental breakfast buffets and professional business centres with a selection of fully-equipped meeting rooms. Free high speed Wi-Fi internet throughout and a convenient airport shuttle service were also rated highly amongst guests.
Courtesy of the hotel’s express airport shuttle service, hotel guests are just a few minutes from Cardiff International Airport (CWL), situated next to the rural village of Rhoose. Ideal for those flying in to the capital for a tranquil weekend break or business trip, the close proximity takes the stress out of lengthy transfers and traffic jams. Providing a comprehensive range of budget and premium airlines flying to a variety of popular national and European destinations, Cardiff International is the obvious choice for modern travellers.
Hotel guests are guaranteed easy access to central Cardiff and the surrounding southern Welsh coast via the nearby Rhoose train station, which provides hourly services directly to the capital. Regular trains also run to the popular seaside resort of Barry Island, a must-see for both families and couples. Boasting sandy beaches and the iconic Barry Island Pleasure Park, the resort offers tourists a traditional English seaside resort experience, complete with charming ice cream parlours, amusement arcades and traditional fish and chip shops. Open from Easter until September each year with free admission, Barry Island Pleasure Park features numerous adventure rides, including a log flume, several rollercoasters, a pirate ship and a scenic railway.
As Wales’ most popular visitor destination, the cosmopolitan city of Cardiff has something to offer everyone. With the nation’s favourite high street fashion brands centred around the city’s Queen St and St Mary’s St areas, shopaholics have plenty of opportunities in which to indulge in some serious retail therapy. Alternatively, for a truly unique and memorable souvenir, tourists can head to the Cardiff Central Market, a Victorian indoor market located in the city’s Castle Quarter. Whilst Cardiff’s colourful history can be experienced by visiting its Castle and the Llandaff Cathedral, the city’s dock area features trendy bars, stylish restaurants and renowned nightclubs.