Cardiff city centre hotel affords access to cultural attractions
This Cardiff city centre hotel is centrally located near an array of restaurants and shopping destinations, including St David's and John Lewis, Wales’ largest department store. Don’t miss the various historic sights, including the 15th-century St. John’s Church, ancient Roman ruins and Cardiff Castle. Nearby Cardiff Bay, where you can visit attractions like the Doctor Who Experience, Norwegian Church and Senedd (the National Assembly building), is only a five-minute drive away. The hotel also provides proximity to several sports and performance venues like Millennium Stadium, the Wales Millennium Centre and the Motorpoint Arena.
City tour options
Cardiff On Foot offers a variety of walking tours that will show you our rich city life, both past and present. Cardiff is the capital city of Wales and has a long and fascinating history that dates back 2000 years. A Cardiff on Foot walking tour can introduce you to Romans, Welsh princes, Norman lords, martyrs, pirates, revolutionaries, marquesses and of course, King Coal.
Explore this beautiful and fascinating young city by bike. CardiffCycleTours wants to give you a unique experience of time and place, setting a leisurely bike ride within a historical context. This is a fascinating city, reflecting in many ways the history and future of Wales.
- Cardiff Castle - 1.1 km
- Cardiff Bay - 1.8 km
- Norwegian Church - 2.2 km
- Senedd (National Assembly for Wales) - 2.2 km
- The Hayes - 200 m
- John Lewis - 400 m
- St. David's II Centre - 400 m
- Debenhams - 850 m
- House of Fraser - 1 km
- Morgan Arcade - 1 km
- Royal Arcade - 1 km
Wales Millennium Stadium
Boasting the world's first retractable roof, the Millennium Stadium is considered one of the world's top venues for sporting events. Built in 1999, the stadium has hosted such premier sporting events as the Rugby World Cup and the British Speedway Grand Prix as well as world-famous entertainers like Tina Turner and Bon Jovi.
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