St. David's Hotel (Cardiff) Reviews
Description:Havannah St, Cardiff, CF10 5SD. Tel: 0129 2045 4045.
Newest Review: ... said that all the way through the stay we received impeccable service. < br> The room we had was a standard one - with a large (12ft x 25ft) main area containing a super kingsize bed, writing desk, and a large cylindrical wooden cabinet containing the TV/radio, glasses and cutlery and a minibar. I haven't seen ... more
Customer St. David's Hotel (Cardiff) Reviews (2)
by - written on 25/08/03, updated on 25/08/03 (Very useful, 123 readings)
It's a hectic modern world we live in. Obviously noticing that I was having trouble coping with this (by turning into some kind of mid-twenties Victor Meldrew), my girlfriend decided I was evidently ripe for some pampering, so booked us both on a two-night break at St David's Hotel & Spa in Cardiff. A bit of preamble about the hotel itself, which the spa is attached to. Completed in 1999 at the edge of Cardiff Bay, opposite Penarth, the hotel boasts 184 bedrooms on seven floors and is one of only two 5-star hotels in Cardiff (the other being the Hilton, in the city centre). It's one of Rocco Forte's hotels (he of Trusthouse Forte fame), with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/02, updated on 28/05/02
I truely lovely hotel if you want to relax in style and do nothing - Advantages: Fantastic Spa, The food, The rooms - Disadvantages: no steam room
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