Stay in this delightful 3 star Top Secret Hotel, ‘Stylish & great value hotel in central Cardiff – 3 star – Cardiff’, in the centre of Cardiff and enjoy excellent value for money and wonderful hospitality and service. The stylish property has been designed and decorated with the visitor in mind, to ensure their utmost comfort and convenience throughout their stay. The services and amenities provided by the hotel reception include 24 hour security for your safety, free WiFi and laundry. In addition, there are meeting rooms with facilities for fax and photocopying, should any guests travelling on business require them. Each spacious and contemporary guest room is fitted with air conditioning, an iron, flat screen LCD TV, a work desk and safe so that visitors can feel as much at home as possible. The convenient location of the hotel in the heart of Cardiff’s city centre means that visits and day trips to the surrounding attractions and tourist hotspots is easy and straightforward. There are numerous restaurants, bars and entertainment possibilities in the local environs that you’re bound to find something to suit everyone’s taste!
The Welsh city is packed full of historically significant buildings and sites, so for budding historians, this is the place to be! There are a large number of churches and cathedrals that each mean a lot to the local community and have fascinating points of interest in the architecture, design or history. St John the Baptist Parish Church dates right back to the 12th century, making it the second oldest medieval building in the city after Cardiff Castle. Other similarly captivating sites include the Llandaff Cathedral, which lies just outside the city and is a long-standing and beautiful piece of religious architecture, and the Norwegian Church in the Bay which presently acts as a lively arts and culture centre.
Of course the most iconic landmark in the city and a definite must-see is the remarkable Cardiff Castle. Sat right in the city centre, the ancient walls and turrets of the castle date back 2000 years, when it would have housed tired, travelling Romans for the night. The interiors were designed more recently by the esteemed architect William Burgess, whose vision was to create an extravagant and lavish style with striking murals, stained glass and detailed craftsmanship. The castle runs a series of tours and offers visitors a selection of audio guides for a more informed visit. There are also children-friendly activities such as quizzes and specialty menus at the onsite restaurant and café.