Hotel Travelodge Atlantic Wharf (Cardiff) Reviews
Newest Review: ... complex which has an Odeon cinema, Hollywood bowl, numerous restaurants and a couple of bars. Cardiff Bay itself with all its bars, restaurants and shops is only a three/four minute walk away. There are so many restaurants a short stumble from the hotel I could have happily eaten out every night for a year without getting bored. Cardiff city centre is a 15 minute walk up a main road or 10 minutes through a less salubrious part of the city. The hotel is a five story building with all the guest rooms being on floors 1-5. The ground floor consists of reception, a small bar & restaurant and what I assume are all the kitchens and staff a... more
Customer Hotel Travelodge Atlantic Wharf (Cardiff) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/10/09 (Very useful, 125 readings)
I hate my job so like to get away for a weekend every month or so. This month, having recently seen far too much Torchwood I decided on Cardiff and spent two nights in the Travelodge Atlantic Wharf last week. I always pre-book my hotels as you can get them so much cheaper that way so I booked this break back in August. I paid £64 for two nights meaning it was £32 a night, not the cheapest but by no means expensive. To just turn up and stay I overheard the receptionist saying it was £59, always well worth pre-booking then! The Hotel The hotel is very new and is situated in a new purpose built building on the Atlantic Wharf ... Read the complete review
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