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Celtic Manor Resort£101
Clayton Hotel Cardiff£55
Future Inns Cardiff Bay£62
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Museum of Welsh Life (Welsh Folk Museum), St Fagans and Trelai Park. Victoria Park is 2.9 mi ...
Copthorne Hotel Cardiff-Caerdydd£52
Village Hotel Cardiff£65
Sleeperz Hotel Cardiff£42
ibis budget Newport£31
ibis budget Cardiff Centre£29
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You’ll find a range of accommodation in Cardiff catering to all budgets and tastes, from luxurious five-star Cardiff hotels to cosy guest houses. Accommodation is only ever in short supply during the Six Nations rugby tournament in February and March – so if you’re planning a break during those months, make sure you book your trip through Expedia in plenty of time.
For tourists looking for something special, you can find some unique accommodation throughout the city – such as Hotel Indigo Cardiff, whose rooms are cleverly themed around Music, Made in Wales, or Welsh Industry.
Most hotels are just a short walk from the city’s attractions, and Cardiff’s arcades and shopping centres – including the largest, St David’s Dewi Sant – are never too far away.
Lots of tourists head for the beautiful waterfront area of Cardiff Bay, where you can enjoy a touch of luxury at the St David’s Hotel.
For those of you who prefer to relax away from the crowds, but with the energy of the city never too far away – or if you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Cardiff – there’s plenty of accommodation in the Welsh countryside just outside the city.
Thornhill is under six miles (9km) out of Cardiff and offers elegant country hotel stays with spectacular views and classic luxury. The New House Country Hotel is a great option, but there are lots of other countryside retreats to choose from within a short drive of Cardiff city centre.
Cardiff Bay is the waterfront development that houses the Wales Millennium Centre, Butetown, and offers plenty of architecture, art events and galleries for tourists wanting to enjoy a bit of culture. There are also lots of great hotels near the Wales Millennium Centre to choose from.
Many of the luxury Cardiff hotels with spas in the area make their own architectural statement – but there are also affordable Cardiff Bay hotels on offer where you can enjoy Cardiff at its best without breaking the budget. Even better, the area is packed with relaxed restaurants, cafés, bars and pretty squares to mooch around.
Around the Cathedral Road area, some Victorian town houses have been converted into serviced apartments that can be rented by visitors, offering a refreshing alternative to a hotel stay in Cardiff.
If you’re looking for a real bargain, there are plenty of backpacker hotels and hostels in Cardiff clustered around the city centre, which offer basic comfort without a high price tag. This accommodation is perfect for those who aren’t looking for frills, but still want to be close to the city’s thrills.
In the popular district of Pontcanna, you’ll find some well-appointed guest houses, where you’ll be made to feel right at home. Lots of these are converted period houses, and all are close to local bars and restaurants, with the city centre being a short stroll away.
As the capital city of Wales, Cardiff is a great destination for business travellers. At the heart of the action and with easy access to buses, taxis and trains, the city centre is a popular base for those travelling for work, and there’s no shortage of city centre hotels in Cardiff to choose from.
If you prefer to combine business with pleasure, the Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel & Spa is a smart option with all the facilities you need to unwind. Or, if you’re looking for a room with a view, the Holiday Inn Express Cardiff Bay is a popular choice among business travellers. If you’re flying into Cardiff Airport and are looking for business facilities, the Copthorne Hotel Cardiff-Caerdydd is a short 15-minute drive from the airport, and has a business centre inside.
If rugby is your passion and you’re looking for hotels near the Principality Stadium in Castle Quarter, there are numerous options for you on St Mary Street, Castle Street and Clare Street. Even if you don’t have a ticket to join the crowd, you’ll be able to hear them roar – the Royal Hotel Cardiff is less than five minutes’ walk away.
Wherever you stay in Cardiff, you can’t help but love the city. And if you enjoy Cardiff, why not explore some of Wales’ other magnificent cities? Look at our great deals on hotels in Swansea and Newport hotels.