Hotels in Cardiff in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... (rooms around £70 per night) The St. David's Hotel and Spa Havannah Street, Cardiff Bay +44 (0)2920 454045, www.thestdavidshotel.com Cardiff’s original five star hotel offers 132 rooms all overlooking either Cardiff Bay or the inner harbour and the waterfront. Guests can also enjoy alfresco dining in the summer at Tides restaurant as well as the luxury spa facilities. Prices range from £165 to around £600 for a residential spa break. Jolyons 5 Bute Crescent, Cardiff Bay, +44 (0) 2920 488775 www.jolyons.co.uk Commanding stunning views of the new Wales Millennium Stadium, the city’s first boutique hotel offers six glamorous rooms, decora... more
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by - written on 17/01/06 (Very useful, 154 readings)
As recently as ten years ago few people would have chosen to come to Cardiff for a short break or a business event, but two major developments have changed that. Firstly the old Cardiff docklands were transformed into the smart, Cardiff Bay, complete with a large freshwater lake, restaurants and visitor attractions; and secondly, the Millennium Stadium was built to host the Rugby World Cup in 1999. ALong with these developments came dozens of hotels, including Wales' first 5 star hotel - the St. David's hotel and spa in Cardiff Bay. Now the choice of accomodation is fantastic. Here's a guide to a few of the best places to stay. Park Plaza ... Read the complete review
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