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Rooms were very small. Bedsheets were not cleaned properly by housekeeping. It was an okay experience.
Although a 2star hotel and close to train tracks and a busy road, the service was very good and staff very friendly and helpful! Carpet was not hoovered properly, but in the general the room was clean, tea making facilities handy. Clean bathroom and powerful shower. The bed was very comfortable and ...
Good cheap stay for rugby break. Would recommend to anyone wanting accommodation
Lovely weekend, room on 6th floor was lovely all staff very pleasant especially William.
We paid extra and booked a room with a view and balcony, what we got was a view of the car park and a part view of the bay, the balcony looked like painted scaffolding on top of the roof below, not impressed, wish we hadn’t bothered, disappointed.
Located in Pontcanna, this luxury guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Swalec Stadium and Sophia Gardens. Principality Stadium and Cardiff Castle are also within 1 mile (2 km). Ninian Park Station is 16 minutes by foot and Cardiff Central Station is 21 minutes.
Beautiful place, would visit again. Went with my husband and it was so clean and tidy, out of the way, really relaxing and peaceful.
Cardiff University offers comfortable conference facilities with innovative technology. The Main Hall holds up to 230 attendees and has a raised stage. Located only three miles from the city centre and plenty of Cardiff hotels for every budget, offering free parking, this conference centre is easily accessible. It also has seven breakaway rooms and offers food and drinks.
For a true taste of Wales, visit The Sosban Fach Restaurant, close to a variety of Cardiff hotels. With locally sourced ingredients and historic Welsh dishes with origins dating back as far as the Romans, this restaurant is truly unique. Cawl Cig oen (Mutton Broth), Cig oen a Mintys (Minted Lamb), and Teisen Winwns (Onion Cake) are a selection of this dining establishment's most favoured dishes.
Cardiff is a brilliant destination for retail therapy, with designer brands, independent shops, high street stores, markets, and boutiques there is literally something for everyone, all close to major Cardiff hotels. St David's Shopping Centre is a huge shopping venue over two levels, with a mix of boutiques, big brands, and independent stores. The Historical Arcade offers vintage stores, craft shops, cafes, and boutiques.
Cardiff is the home of Dr Who and Torchwood. Visit the Dr Who Experience and fly the Tardis to see the world's largest collection of Dr Who props and artefacts. Dr Who tours allow guests to see where show is filmed in Cardiff. This is an absolute must-see for Dr Who, Torchwood, and science fiction fans.
There are six impressive leisure centres in Cardiff, for people of all ages and abilities to participate in sporting activities. For those who like a more physical sport, it is also home to the Cardiff Devils, which is their prominent ice Hockey team.