Great location, but room did not have a view of Millennium Centre. The courtyard room was much quieter and the balcony more private. The mattress springs poked me; sothe mattress is badly in need of replacement. Other neglected maintenance: the shower soap shelf was broken off so no place for shampoo ...
The Joylon Hotel was a fabulous find. Just a hop, skip and a jump to some lovely waterfront cafes. Definitely recommended
Good location, spacious rooms, plenty of parking space.
This is a very cool establishment, so much history. They have done a great job reviving the property and it's still being renovated. The rooms are all decorated differently which is neat & the huge jet bathtub is terrific! (they should put safely bars in all the tubs & provide face cloths). We will ...
In the heart of Cardiff Bay. Wonderful views from our balcony
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 ...
Nice friendly staff. Clean rooms. Excellent location
Good restaurant with great dining options an extensive menu catering for all types of diet
Generally, very happy. Only downside was that there was only beds for 3 when we first arrived. Was soon rectified after a couple of calls to reception.
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There’s a distinctly cosmopolitan vibe at this bustling venue. You can take your choice from a wealth of big-name restaurants and local independents serving everything from tasty takeaway snacks to contemporary fine dining. A wealth of cafes, bars and boutiques line the quay, and there’s even a prestigious comedy club serving up laughs. In addition, Mermaid Quay plays host to a range of cultural, musical and sporting events throughout the year. It’s no surprise then that this is one of Cardiff’s most popular spots daytime and evening, whether you’re a local or a visitor.
With a distinctive architecture informed by the area’s maritime heritage, combined with modern facilities and a rich variety of activities on offer, this is an exceptional development that has breathed new life into the Cardiff waterfront. Plus, Mermaid Quay is well served with transport connections - there are abundant parking spaces to be found, and with numerous bus, train and waterbus options nearby, it’s a great jumping-off point for plenty of other Cardiff attractions as well.
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