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Morgans Hotel
Morgans Hotel
4.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Plantasia
Free cancellation
4.3/5 (220 reviews)
£55/ night for 2 guests

Great property, amazing food & service Linda was fantastic!

Reviewed on 9 May 2019
The Grand Hotel Swansea
The Grand Hotel Swansea
3.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Plantasia
Free cancellation
3.9/5 (278 reviews)
£51/ night for 2 guests

Staff were very helpful and friendly, provided maps and directions to places in the town and assisted with taxi services.

Reviewed on 7 May 2019
The Dragon Hotel
The Dragon Hotel
4.0 out of 5.0151 yd from Plantasia
Free cancellation
3.9/5 (612 reviews)
£42/ night for 2 guests

Centrally located hotel and our room was cleaned every day

Reviewed on 14 May 2019
City Center Style
City Center Style
3.0 out of 5.0127 yd from Plantasia
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The Windsor Lodge Hotel
The Windsor Lodge Hotel
3.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Plantasia
3.3/5 (227 reviews)
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Arrived 7pm on Saturday evening to find the hotel closed. Sign on door said' hotel closed, Sorry for any inconvenience'. There was no contact details posted. Swansea hotels were busy due to an International rugby match and football game the following day Panicked as all hotels were fully booked except ...

Reviewed on 14 Feb 2017
Cosy and Charming Power Boat
Cosy and Charming Power Boat
0.5 mi from Plantasia
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Swansea Marriott Hotel
Swansea Marriott Hotel
4.0 out of 5.00.5 mi from Plantasia
Free cancellation
4.0/5 (716 reviews)
£67/ night for 2 guests

Great location, nice to have parking included in the price. Had to ask for extra cups again in the room, there should be one per guest as standard. Not enough milks again. Room initially assigned to us at check in did not have the two double beds we booked, correct room type then given to us. However ...

Reviewed on 7 May 2019
Ice House Apartments
Ice House Apartments
4.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Plantasia
£78/ night for 2 guests
The Dolphin SA1 Hotel
The Dolphin SA1 Hotel
3.0 out of 5.00.2 mi from Plantasia
Free cancellation
3.4/5 (153 reviews)
£54/ night for 2 guests

Perfect centre of town location, looked like it had been recently refurbed. It was clean, ideal location and a reasonable price for a nights stay.

Reviewed on 12 May 2019
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Pocket Guide: Plantasia Plantasia Hotels

You probably wouldn’t expect to encounter tarantulas, macaws and endangered tamarin monkeys in a Swansea retail park, but visit the spectacular Plantasia, a public hothouse in Parc Tawe close to the city centre, and you’ll find these and much more besides. Easy to locate, as it’s housed in a unique glass pyramid, Plantasia has for a quarter of a century performed the vital function of raising awareness among locals and visitors about the level of rainforest destruction around the world, and the dangers of the consequent biodiversity loss.

Divided into two climate zones, tropical and arid, Plantasia is home to many rare animals, from the cute and cuddly - chameleons, the aforementioned tamarins, and bearded dragons, to the slightly less so - Burmese pythons, piranhas and all manner of creepy-crawlies, making this a superb visit for school groups and holidaymakers looking for an all-weather attraction that is both fun and educational. A tribal hut has also been constructed using traditional methods, which showcases authentic artefacts from the civilizations that live in rainforests, such as hammocks and tools. And, if the heat gets too much for you, there is a cafe selling drinks and snacks.

Everyone loves to see the animals, but as you might expect from the name, it is plant life that takes centre stage here at Plantasia. A dizzying array, from the edible - banana, papaya, grapefruit, coffee and cocoa - to the medicinal – aloe and tamarind - to the practical - papyrus, kapok, giant bamboo, reminds us of how essential rainforests are to human progress and survival.