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A comfortable hotel situated near a lake with easy access to the M4 and major roads giving access to the Western part of the Brecon Beacons National Park and The Gower. A good buffet breakfast, a comfortable bed and a good shower.
Mercure Swansea Hotel£43Mercure Swansea Hotel£43
Room was great, small but quiet. The hotel is a bit out of town, but taxis are cheap and we were recommended a great place to eat by one of the reception staff.
ibis Swansea£28ibis Swansea£28
We stayed for a friend's wedding as we didn't want to drive home or take a taxi. We would definitely stay at this hotel again for one of their Spa breaks.
Best Western Heronston Hotel & Spa£45Best Western Heronston Hotel & Spa£45
Easy car parking good location access for disabled
Holiday Inn Express Swansea - East£39Holiday Inn Express Swansea - East£39
Stayed overnight. Room was spacious, warm, clean and comfortable. Breakfast is cooked to order to your liking. All staff were welcoming and friendly.
Best Western Diplomat Hotel and Spa£74Best Western Diplomat Hotel and Spa£74
Place doesn't look like much from the outside but it is actually really nice on the inside.
Best Western Aberavon Beach Hotel£38Best Western Aberavon Beach Hotel£38
I found the hotel to be perfect. The building was charming and well presented and the manager was lovely. The self check in and out was incredibly convenient and the room was very clean and spacious. As well as that, we had everything in the room that’s we need and more. Bottled water, tea, coffee, ...
The White House£44The White House£44
Nice hotel. Conveniently situated. Room was clean. TV not working, but for one night I didn't request assistance. Light in bathroom over mirror not working. Again, I didn't request assistance. Wood book there again and hopefully have a sea view next time.
The Fairways Hotel£82The Fairways Hotel£82
helpful staff. Lift to upper floors. Only criticism I had was that there was no grab rail on the wall above bath by shower. As a 'senior' person who cannot get in and out of a bath easily a grab rail at waist height would be a good safely measure. On a hot day and night it was good that the windows ...
Castle Hotel£54Castle Hotel£54
Swansea’s selection of three star hotels has a great deal to offer the discerning traveller who wants to explore South Wales. There is a variety of accommodation on offer, from country house hotels to intimate guesthouses and family-run bed and breakfasts. Guests will find their rooms to be well-tended and should expect a friendly, welcoming level of service from Swansea’s three star hotels, with plenty of perks that add that extra touch.
A break in Swansea has plenty to recommend it and finding the right three star hotel is guaranteed to make your holiday memorable. With its vibrant nightlife, fascinating museums and proximity to some of Britain’s most beautiful landscapes and coastlines, Swansea is a great place to go for a holiday.
The great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas affectionately dubbed Swansea as an “ugly, lovely town”, but a lot has changed since he was born more than a hundred years ago. The city is the second largest in Wales and its roots are in the mining industries of the 19th Century when it was known as “Copperopolis”.
In the last decade it has been revitalised by several regeneration schemes that have put a spring in Swansea’s step. Now visitors can enjoy the new Dylan Thomas Centre, which brings to life his work in vivid fashion, the Swansea Museum and the National Waterfront Museum, the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery and the Environment Centre.
Although much of Swansea was destroyed during bombing raids of World War Two, there are a few traditional buildings that survive, including the remnants of Swansea Castle, the Morriston Tabernacle nonconformist church and the Guildhall.
Swansea has more than 230 shops to explore, which should be plenty to keep even the most dedicated shopaholic occupied. To really get a sense of what Swansea is all about, pay a visit to The Market. The largest indoor market in Wales dates back to the Middle Ages and there are more than 100 stalls with fresh local produce including Welsh laverbread, cockles from Penclawdd, Gower salt marsh lamb and Welsh beef. You’ll also find cafes and stalls selling vintage clothes and trendy street fashion.
Swansea’s history as an industrial town might conjure images of dour streets and dark buildings but the city is blessed with more than 50 green spaces, of which five are Green Flag Award-winning parks. The city lies on Swansea Bay, and you can easily reach the five-mile beach that stretches along the bay, full of sand and salty air. With the Gower Peninsula in easy reach, you can also find several interesting castles and the Bronze Age sites at the Llethryd Tooth Cave.
There are few places that are better for splashing and frolicking in the water than The LC – an indoor waterpark with a white-knuckle waterslide, wave pool and indoor surf machine. Sports fans also have the chance to visit the 20,000 capacity Liberty Stadium which is home to Premier League club Swansea City, and the Ospreys, a top level rugby club.
Swansea has some delightful three star hotels in some ideal locations to enable you to explore the city. Naturally, Expedia has some great deals on offer for Swansea hotels so why not take a look and see what you can find.