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CF10 3HH, Cardiff, Kingsway
This luxury hotel is in the city centre, looking out over Cardiff Castle and City Hall. It has large air-conditioned rooms, a 20-metre heated pool, a gym, spa, sauna, steam room and spa bath. The... read more
£ 84.66View Rates
CF10 1XD, Cardiff, Castle Street
Situated between the Principality Stadium and Cardiff Castle, Holiday Inn Cardiff City offers rooms and facilities for business and leisure guests. With the city centre only minutes away, guests can explore the shopping district or... read more
£ 59.00View Rates
CF10 5AN, Cardiff, Bute Cresent
"Thanks, very much better than the Tardis", Actor Chris Eccleston (Dr Who). Jolyon’s, the ideal hotel for business or leisure thanks to its location, prices and comfort. A warm welcome awaits you at this unique... read more
£ 70.20View Rates
CF3 2XR, Cardiff, Castleton
St Mellons Hotel is located in South Wales between Cardiff and Newport in the county of Glamorgan. There is easy access from the M4 and the hotel is situated off the A48M in the rural... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
CF24 1DJ, Cardiff, 148 Newport Road
This small, family-run guest house is 1.6 km from Cardiff city centre, with easy access by bus. It offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and a range of good-value rooms. The Tanes Hotel has been family... read more
£ 27.90View Rates
CF10 5SD, Cardiff, Havannah Street
Set in an iconic building, with stunning views across Cardiff Bay, the 5-star voco - St David's Cardiff features a luxury spa, stylish bedrooms and an innovative restaurant and a bar. Mermaid Quay is a... read more
£ 90.00View Rates
CF11 7JE, Cardiff, 118 Clive Street
The Ty Rosa is a boutique gay-run guest house just 15 minutes from Cardiff city centre. It offers stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi and an extensive breakfast menu including traditional, continental and vegetarian. Every morning,... read more
£ 31.00View Rates
CF14 9UA, Cardiff, Thornhill Road
A roaring log fire and fantastic views of Cardiff and the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan make this hotel and its restaurant an ideal venue. Situated on a hillside, the hotel is set on the fringes... read more
£ 82.00View Rates
CF10 2JH, Cardiff, Mary Ann Street
Well-placed with its city centre location directly opposite the Motorpoint Arena (formerly the Cardiff International Arena), this Park Inn is adjacent to the St. David’s Shopping Complex and just 5 minutes walk from The Millennium... read more
£ 59.40View Rates
CF64 3BG, Cardiff, Marine Parade
This exquisitely designed 1920s house is cosy, decadent and indulgent and has stunning views across the Bristol Channel to the islands of Flatholm, Steepholm and beyond. South of Cardiff, the beautiful Holm House is located... read more
£ 1.00View Rates
CF10 3UD, Cardiff, 1 Park Place
With a great location in Cardiff’s centre, Jurys Inn Cardiff is set in a beautiful Victorian building and boasts a a restaurant and bar. Rooms each feature stylish décor and a flat-screen TV. Each high-quality... read more
£ 53.10View Rates
CF11 9LQ, Cardiff, 118 - 120 Cathedral Road
Carefully restored and developed to provide you with all the comforts of modern living, this Victorian town house is ideally situated within easy walking distance of Cardiff city centre. Located in a select area of... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
CF10 1EZ, Cardiff, Mill Lane
This 4-star luxury hotel is in Cardiff’s city centre, 300 metres from Cardiff Central Rail Station. It has air-conditioned rooms, an award-winning restaurant and a fitness club with indoor pool. Complimentary WiFi is available in... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
CF10 1RH, Cardiff, Station Approach, Saunders Road
This design-led hotel has an excellent location in central Cardiff, and gives views across the city. Stylish rooms offer free Wi-Fi, just 100 metres from Cardiff Central Railway and Bus Station. Sleeperz Hotel Cardiff has... read more
£ 39.95View Rates
CF11 9PH, Cardiff, 109 Cathedral Road
This refurbished Victorian building is situated in the quiet, leafy suburb of Pontcanna, 15 minutes’ walk from Cardiff city centre. It offers free Wi-Fi and private en suite bathrooms. The Church Guesthouse is an easy... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
CF23 8RA, Cardiff, Malthouse Avenue, Cardiff Gate Business Park
Ideal for both Cardiff and Newport, ibis Cardiff Gate - International Business Park is in Cardiff's business district just off junction 30 of the M4 motorway. It is a 15-minute drive from Cardiff city centre.... read more
£ 31.00View Rates
CF11 6AG, Cardiff, 53-59 Despenser Street
On the banks of the River Taff overlooking the Principality Stadium, this hostel is set within a charming, 19th-century building. It offers continental breakfast for an additional fee. Cardiff Castle is 5 minutes’ walk away.... read more
£ 9.90View Rates
CF10 4EE, Cardiff, Longueil Close, Atlantic Wharf
In the waterfront area of Cardiff Bay’s old East Dock, only 20 minutes’ walk from the heart of the city centre, this modern hotel offers a restaurant, bar and terrace and is situated just 500... read more
£ 56.00View Rates
CF10 2HA, Cardiff, Churchill Way
In Cardiff’s vibrant centre, this hotel is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Cardiff Arena. It offers modern rooms with satellite TV, and an all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast. Cardiff Central Rail Station and The Millennium Stadium... read more
£ 35.00View Rates
CF10 2FL, Cardiff, Meridian Gate, Bute Terrace
In the heart of the city centre, the 21-storey Radisson Blu Hotel offers panoramic city views, air-conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi. Cardiff Central Rail Station is close by. Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff is within easy... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
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Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and also the largest city in the country. It is rich in history, and has top class attraction and entertainment found both in the city centre, along the mesmerising Cardiff Bay with its beautiful docks and also in its surrounding countryside. The Bay area is also home to the Doctor Who Experience, which is a must for any fan of Doctor Who.
Why visit ?
As the capital of Wales Cardiff is a thriving modern city and well worth visiting holiday too. Considered one of the best cities for shopping in the whole of the UK, most visitors head to the city centre or take a walk along Mermaid Quay.
Many of the city’s best attractions date from its millennial regeneration project that saw it transform to the modern, cosmopolitan place it is today. The city center has a diversity of attractions and things to see and experience. It regularly holds festivals, markets and conventions that have both historic and modern themes.
Some of the city’ best tourist attractions includes the Wales Millennium Centre, a stunning performance arts venue and the Millennium Stadium which plays host to both major rugby and football games. If you are lucky enough to be in town when a big match is on you may be able to get tickets.
The Norman keep of Cardiff Castle is the city’s most popular historic landmark and today serves as the home of the Firing Line Regimental Museum. The Cardiff Bay area, which is where much of the recent regeneration took place, is now a thriving area home to plenty of opportunities for watersports as well as a great place to dance the night away.
Cardiff hotels range from cosy b&b’s, both centrally located and in the surrounded areas, as well as modern, state of the art business hotels in the Bay area. Cheap hotels are located all over the city even in the heart of the old centre.
At Cardiff Bay you will find the Wales Millennium Centre which is consider one of the world’s top art and sport centres. The docks are also a must see for any visitor to the city and the bay area has a Doctor Who exhibition that is a very popular stop with fans of the show.
The city’s dock also offers an unforgettable experience as you can enjoy the seaside views, the busy port and also the flavours of the sea and local cuisine at the many restaurants and cafés along the rugged coastline.
When it comes to historic attractions, the city does not disappoint. There are a large variety of beautiful castles to enjoy that date back to before the Roman occupation of the area. There are also has many haunted sites that are perfect for spooky thrill seekers. As a city rich in both modern and historical attractions, it is easy to see why it is such a popular place to visit in Wales and it will keep you almost endlessly entertained.
Places to Stay – Where to Stay ?
When visiting this beautiful Welsh city, you will enjoy a variety of different places to stay, both within the city centre itself, as well as the surrounding outskirts, and along the Bay and docks as well as in the surrounding countryside. The sat nav postcode district of the city centre is CF10.
Bed and breakfast accommodation is a popular choice as a B&B offers a great opportunity to experience quaint Wales’s hospitality and they are often offered at very reasonable prices. There are many privately owned B&Bs throughout the city that accommodates individuals, couples, as well as families in a family room. A B&B with a swimming pool is a popular choice, especially during the summer months.
In Cardiff you will find both boutique accommodation, as well as cheap hotels dotted throughout the city that offer family rooms, swimming pool facilities, self-catering as well as a lot of other services to suit any need or budget, allowing you to enjoy your stay in this diverse and beautiful Welsh city.
Places in the city center are close to the St. David’s Shopping Complex and within minutes walk from The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff Castle, and the Central Train Station.
A stunning property in Cardiff Bay, set in an iconic building, is the popular St David’s Hotel & Spa. The Mermaid Quay is within easy reach. Guest staying here can spend a day in the award-winning Marine Spa which features a swimming pool, 2 hydrotherapy pools, a modern fitness studio and relaxation room. Indulgent beauty treatments are also available.
The Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay CF10 4GA
Located in the city’s Porth Teigr area not far from the studios where Dr. Who is filmed. If your a Doctor Who fan you will love this experience. The tour starts with a 20 minute interactive experience with a guide and ends with the museum.
Plenty of hotels are located within easy reach of the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay. The sat nav postcode for the venue is CF10 4GA.
Where is Cardiff ?
The Welsh capital city is set in the Glamorgan region of Wales.
- Newport in South Wales — 12 miles
- Bristol City Centre — 26 miles
- Taunton in Somerset — 31 miles
- Bath City Center — 36 miles
- Gloucester Cathedral — 49 miles
- Exeter Hotels and B&Bs — 54 miles
The main international airport of the city is Cardiff Airport CWL, which is located just over 10 miles from the city center. Flights depart and arrive from all over the UK and from destinations across Europe.