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A Space in the City - Park Lane Aparthotel
A Space in the City - Park Lane Aparthotel
4.0 out of 5.0151 yd from Cardiff City Hall
3.9/5 (37 reviews)
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Very much liked the location and layout. Our only problem was that the air con was not working at all so we had to have the window open as it was very warm. This meant that there was considerable street noise.

Reviewed on 10 Jul 2019
Hilton Cardiff
Hilton Cardiff
4.5 out of 5.00.1 mi from Cardiff City Hall
Free cancellation
4.3/5 (1386 reviews)
£76/ night for 2 guests

The staff have a high level of customer service. Its so nice to be treated with respext

Reviewed on 5 Jul 2019
Park Plaza Cardiff
Park Plaza Cardiff
4.0 out of 5.00.1 mi from Cardiff City Hall
4.4/5 (1188 reviews)
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Loved the room the shower was lovely , only issue was the jacuzzi bubbles were having a day off but otherwise loved the spa

Reviewed on 24 Jun 2019
The Angel Hotel
The Angel Hotel
3.0 out of 5.00.3 mi from Cardiff City Hall
Free cancellation
3.9/5 (1192 reviews)
£54/ night for 2 guests

Staff were incredibly friendly and the room was very inviting. Hotel was only a few minutes stroll from the bus to the airport

Reviewed on 13 Jul 2019
Hotel Indigo Cardiff
Hotel Indigo Cardiff
4.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Cardiff City Hall
Free cancellation
4.7/5 (457 reviews)
£63/ night for 2 guests

Really well positioned, well designed and well equipped hotel, with fabulously helpful, friendly staff. Excellent.

Reviewed on 16 Jul 2019
Jurys Inn Cardiff
Jurys Inn Cardiff
4.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Cardiff City Hall
Free cancellation
4.3/5 (689 reviews)
£60/ night for 2 guests

Reception staff particularly helpful. Room was great

Reviewed on 14 Jul 2019
Clayton Hotel Cardiff
Clayton Hotel Cardiff
4.0 out of 5.00.6 mi from Cardiff City Hall
Free cancellation
4.3/5 (1704 reviews)
£55/ night for 2 guests

Good restaurant with great dining options an extensive menu catering for all types of diet

Reviewed on 15 Jul 2019
ibis budget Cardiff Centre
ibis budget Cardiff Centre
2.5 out of 5.00.6 mi from Cardiff City Hall
3.9/5 (564 reviews)
£29/ night for 2 guests

Very good value, the hotel is very close to the center and to the main train station, and the property is very new. The hotel staff was very friendly. They even allowed me to check in at noon, when I arrived, and I didn't expect it. The area is quiet, however, during the day there are a lot of walkers ...

Reviewed on 13 Jul 2019
Sleeperz Hotel Cardiff
Sleeperz Hotel Cardiff
3.0 out of 5.00.6 mi from Cardiff City Hall
Free cancellation
4.1/5 (866 reviews)
£42/ night for 2 guests

It is very convenient for the station but is very quiet with no outside noise at all and air conditioning in rooms.

Reviewed on 15 Jul 2019
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Pocket Guide: Cardiff City Hall Cardiff City Hall Hotels

Cardiff City Hall is one of the city centre’s most impressive landmarks, standing proudly at its heart and within walking distance of many other well-known sights, such as the Millennium Stadium, National Museum Wales and Gallery of Wales. The ideal place to stay to be near the City Hall and other attraction is in a budget, mid-range or luxury hotel in Cardiff city centre.

The hall was opened in 1906, built from Portland stone, in what is known as the English Renaissance style. Although it now no longer functions in its original purpose, it is home to a magnificent art collection along with conference and event facilities. It stands proudly on one side of Cathays Park along with other early 20th century civic buildings and the central park, Alexandra Gardens. It is the city’s fifth town hall, with construction beginning just as Cardiff was awarded a city charter in 1905.

The City Hall’s most distinctive feature is its clock tower, reaching up 194 feet above the ground, with its four gilded faces pointing to all corners of the city. In 1969, to commemorate the investiture of Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales, a rectangular pool with fountains was constructed in front of the building’s entrance portico.

Once inside, visitors are struck by the large, impressive, high-ceilinged entrance hall, with its pair of sweeping staircases. On the first floor is the stunning Marble Hall, adorned with pillars and statues, with fine works of art hanging on the walls. The hall, in common with the rest of the City Hall, can boast the original superb stained-glass windows. The Marble Hall is extremely popular as an elegant venue for unforgettable weddings, as well as many other functions, dinners and events. Along from here is the former council chamber, which has been carefully preserved. It is now used for a variety of commercial purposes, such as televised debates, press briefings and is also popular as a wedding ceremony venue.

The City Hall can offer 15 syndicate rooms, ideal for seminars, meetings, side rooms or organisers’ offices. These are all equipped with direct dial telephone points and networked computer links.

The City Hall is also home to an impressive collection of artworks, which are displayed around the building. As the building was completed, Mrs Annie Fulton of Penarth, widow of the former Mayor of Cardiff Andrew Fulton, made what became to be known as the Fulton Bequest. In her will, Mrs Fulton left some important paintings as well as a quarter of her estate to the City of Cardiff, to be used for the decoration of City Hall, which has allowed many of these works to remain on public display.

Cardiff’s recent resurgence as a modern cultural centre has arrived on the back of its traditional building and cultural history. Cardiff City Hall is a great example of the past on which the city stands. A stay in a Cardiff city centre hotel offers easy access to the best that the area has to offer, both ancient and modern.