Take a break from your everyday life and stay at this deluxe 4 star Top Secret Hotel, ‘Style & elegance in Cardiff at a great price! – 4 star – Cardiff’, in Cardiff City Centre. The property has been styled and designed to create an elegant and sophisticated ambiance, perfect for relaxing and unwinding in after a busy day exploring the capital. The friendly staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have and to offer recommendations for the best restaurants, bars and hidden spots around the city. If you’re travelling with private transportation, the hotel has onsite valet parking for your convenience, as well as being centrally located for those that require public transport links. Other services include a luggage room, WiFi and dry cleaning. In the evenings, head to the hotel’s own destination lobby bar and restaurant for the perfect meeting points for friends, family or colleagues. For the ultimate indulgence, book yourself a treatment or well-being massage in the spa or keep fit throughout your stay in the gym and indoor swimming pool.
Cardiff city centre has a host of different options for entertainment, sports, restaurants, bars and cafés so there is bound to be something for everyone’s tastes and budgets, for every day of your trip. If you’re travelling with young children, treat them to an afternoon at Techniquest, the country’s largest and best science and technology centre. There are never-ending opportunities to get hands-on with experiments, demonstrations and educational games. Kids will forget all-together that they’re learning when they’re enjoying themselves blowing up volcanoes, playing futuristic musical instruments and travelling through the stars at the centre’s Planetarium!
Cardiff Bay is a popular destination for visitors and locals alike, who gather to admire the harbour and meet for fine dining or drinks in the evening. On the eastern side stands the Norwegian Church, which looks like it has appeared straight out of a fairy-tale. The picturesque building has seen disrepair, renovation and preservation through its history since 1869, and now acts as a successful arts centre that holds concerts and performances, as well as a delightful café.
Have a taste for authentic French cuisine at one of Wales’ finest restaurants, Le Gallois. The pared-back décor in this intimate eatery highlights the honest and traditional dishes that are served up. The ingredients are always fresh and seasonal and the plates are traditional, often with a contemporary spin. After dinner, head with friends or colleagues to the popular drinking hole, The Yard. Formerly a brewery, this contemporary and stylish bar is frequented by hot, young professionals and thrill-seekers.