Hotels in Wales, United Kingdom

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Celtic Manor Resort
5 out of 5
Chepstow Road, Coldra Wood, Newport, Wales, NP18 2YB
The price is £109 per night from 16 Jun to 17 Jun
4.2/5 Very Good! (930 reviews)
"All fantastic but room needs a new matrass for the bed!!"

Reviewed on 19 Apr 2022

Celtic Manor Resort
Jurys Inn Cardiff
4 out of 5
Park Place, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 3UD
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The price is £76 per night from 19 Jun to 20 Jun
4.3/5 Excellent! (971 reviews)
"Great location for our visit to the motor point arena Pleasant staff as usual Would recommend"

Reviewed on 29 Apr 2022

Jurys Inn Cardiff
The Parkgate Hotel
4 out of 5
Westgate Street, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 1DA
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The price is £99 per night from 22 May to 23 May
4.5/5 Wonderful! (89 reviews)
"Perfectly situated and quite elegant. The hotel was within walking distance of the train station and the pedestrian part of town. We could easily walk to Cardiff Castle and the stadium. The hotel was very elegant and the staff eager to please. I would stay here again in a heartbeat"

Reviewed on 9 May 2022

The Parkgate Hotel
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ibis budget Cardiff Centre
2.5 out of 5
Tyndall Street, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 4BE
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The price is £34 per night from 12 Jun to 13 Jun
3.8/5 Good! (954 reviews)
"Lovely staff"

Reviewed on 7 May 2022

ibis budget Cardiff Centre
Mercure Cardiff North Hotel
4 out of 5
Circle Way East, Cardiff, Wales, CF23 9XF
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The price is £64 per night from 19 Jun to 20 Jun
4.1/5 Very Good! (207 reviews)
"Rooms were nice and big"

Reviewed on 8 May 2022

Mercure Cardiff North Hotel
Future Inns Cardiff Bay
4 out of 5
Hemingway Road Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 4AU
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The price is £76 per night from 19 Jun to 20 Jun
4.3/5 Excellent! (1,095 reviews)
"Overall very good. Only 1 lift working and we were on the top floor. Room excellent except toilet alittle smelly. Staff very polite and helpful. Breakfast was plentiful but only reasonable in our opinion. Location perfect for the sgort walk to the Bay."

Reviewed on 3 May 2022

Future Inns Cardiff Bay
The Dragon Hotel
4 out of 5
The Kingsway, Swansea, Wales, SA1 5LS
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The price is £57 per night from 26 May to 27 May
3.8/5 Good! (914 reviews)
"Called before hand and checked electric cars charging points were working (and if I could reserve one). "Yes they're working but its first come first serve but there are three of them". I'd stayed there before and its in a good location and charged my car there before no problem so I then booked. ..."

Reviewed on 27 Apr 2022

The Dragon Hotel
Clayton Hotel Cardiff
4 out of 5
St Mary Street, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 1GD
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The price is £89 per night from 22 May to 23 May
4.3/5 Excellent! (941 reviews)
"Close to train station and restaurants"

Reviewed on 15 May 2022

Clayton Hotel Cardiff
Silurian Hotel
4 out of 5
55 High St, Newport, Wales, NP20 4AB
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The price is £52 per night from 22 May to 23 May
4.3/5 Excellent! (70 reviews)
"Great hotel in the centre of Newport. Looks like it has recently had a full make-over. It's an older building but the inside is fully up to date. Easy walking distance from both the city centre and from the railway station."

Reviewed on 8 May 2022

Silurian Hotel
voco St David's Cardiff, an IHG Hotel
5 out of 5
Havannah Street, Cardiff, Wales, CF10 5SD
Fully refundable
The price is £123 per night from 13 Jun to 14 Jun
4.3/5 Excellent! (953 reviews)
"Good"

Reviewed on 11 May 2022

voco St David's Cardiff, an IHG Hotel
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Pocket Guide: Wales

Weighing in at a trim 160 miles from north to south, and just 50 miles from east to west, Wales may be compact but what it lacks in size it makes up for in geographic diversity.

Book a Wales hotel and you cannot help but be endlessly surprised by its physical beauty.

For those who like to get out and about, a hotel in Wales could pack in sublime mountain ranges, lush green valleys, ragged coastline walks, delightful old-fashioned market towns and plenty of romantic ruins and evocative castles.

Charming Cardiff

Stay in the Welsh capital with a Cardiff hotel: it’s a shopper’s delight. Architecture fans will love the National Assembly, which sits prettily amidst the massively successful regeneration projects of Cardiff Bay.

The city is also home to some excellent museums, including the time-travelling Dr Who Experience, and the impressive Millennium Stadium, which serves equally well as the home of thrilling sporting events and glamorous gigs.

Heritage and History

Much of the appeal of Wales, however, lies outside its thoroughly modern capital.

History is a living presence in the Welsh towns, villages and countryside. Castles literally litter the lush hills and valleys: there is everything from the minimal stone keeps that the early Welsh royalty built to the splendid 13th century fortifications of the English usurpers that can still be found nearby with a hotel in Conwy, Beaumaris, Caernarfon and Harlech.

Many such defensive piles were later converted into stately piles and now stand as testament to an age of unabashed luxury. Other castles, however, slipped into romantic ruin and now sit isolated on rocky outcrops ravaged by the attention of their ever-encroaching natural surroundings.

The echoes of Welsh history resound back deep in time: prehistoric communities have left their mark in the passage graves and stone circles that can be visited. These bear witness to an age when the priestly Druids held temporal and spiritual sway over the Welsh Celts.

Natural Beauty

Natural beauty provides the perfect backdrop to your Welsh holiday, but it is a backdrop that constantly changes as the infinite variety of Welsh landscapes unfold as you travel.

Wales offers you everything from the lush greens of the lowland meadows and the serene beauty of the river valleys to the rather more austere and foreboding landscapes of the moors and mountains.

In the midst of it all the Cambrian Mountains culminate in the epic, soaring peaks of Snowdonia: a walker’s challenge if ever there was one. The peaks and troughs of the Brecon Beacons also provide the Sunday stroller, reluctant rambler and hard core hiker with plenty to enjoy too.

If coastal views are your thing then Pembrokeshire’s golden beaches are dramatically separated by rocky bluffs and close to offshore bird colonies. Indeed, the Welsh coast is still wonderfully unspoilt and surprisingly uncrowded. It is not unusual to find yourself alone on a long sweep of sand, although, should you need the company, there are also plenty of traditional British seaside resorts with all the fun of the fair to enjoy.

Visit Wales

Castles, stately homes, beaches, mountains, hiking, outdoor sports, rugby: Wales cries out to be explored.

Where will you start your exploration?

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