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Accommodation in Cardiff

Accommodations in Cardiff are quite diverse as you can find all kinds of places to stay here- hotels, apartments and B&B’s. Most of the hotels in Cardiff are located in the city centre or near Cardiff Bay. You can find various upscale Cardiff hotels here like Mercure Holland House, Jury’s Inn, St David’s Hotel and Spa, Jolyon’s Boutique hotel and Hotel Indigo. While some of these hotels in Cardiff are housed in Victorian style traditional buildings, there are many others in with contemporary buildings, so you can choose your pick. These rich Cardiff hotels offer excellent services and facilities for you to have one of the best times. There are several luxury apartments in Cardiff which you can book if you are here with a large group and enjoy an independent stay.

Cardiff Overview

Cardiff is the capital and the largest city of Wales. The buildings, the historical sites, the city centre, everything exudes the charm of generations of history that flourished here. It is bordered to the west by the rural district of the Vale of Glamorgan and to the east by the city of Newport. The South Wales Valleys lies on its north and to the south lies the Severn Estuary and Bristol Channel. The River Taff flows through the centre of the city and together with the River Ely flows into the freshwater lake of Cardiff Bay. A third river, the Rhymney flows through the east of the city entering directly into the Severn Estuary. From April to July the temperatures are easily above 20 degrees and rainfall is least, which is the best time to visit Cardiff. As a major sporting and cultural centre and due to easy availability of hotels in Cardiff, it has become one of the leading European destinations.

Where to Stay in Cardiff

In the city of Cardiff, you will be spoilt for accommodation choices. You can hotels in Cardiff for all budgets and tastes. There are several 4 and 5-star hotels in Cardiff for luxury travellers. There are several cheap hotels in Cardiff located in the city centre and Cardiff bay. These cheap Cardiff hotels are ideal for solo travellers, couples and groups alike and offer a wide range of facilities too. Future Inn, Sleeperz, NosDa Studio, etc. are some of the top cheap hotels in Cardiff.

Things to See and Do in Cardiff

The historical city of has some unique museums which you can visit. Cardiff Story Museum, National Museum Cardiff, St Fagans National Museum of History, Techniquest Science museum are some of the largest and most famous museums. If you are an art lover you can’t miss enjoying one of the shows at the Wales Millennium Centre, Principality Stadium, New Theatre, Chapter Arts Centre and Motorpoint Arena Cardiff. The Cardiff Castle in the heart of the city is a prime attraction along with Castle Coch. You can also visit the gorgeously landscaped parks here with lakes, gardens and walking trail like the Roath Park on Lake Road, Victoria Park Cowbridge road, Parc Bute Park, etc.

Nightlife in Cardiff

As the capital city, Cardiff offers one of the liveliest nightlife. You can find a large number of bars and pubs available in the heart of the city open till 3 am. 10 Mill lane, Pryzm, Minsky’s Show bar, Missoula, Club for Bach, Wow, Retro, Porter’s, etc. are the hottest bars here where you can enjoy Cardiff nightlife with DJ music and cocktails. Later you can hit one of the pubs here with dance floors like Popworld, Glam Nightclub, City Arms, Old Arcade, The 4 Elms, etc. The top class hotels in Cardiff have one or more bars onsite where you can enjoy a wide range of cocktails. If you are looking for a chilled out and more relaxed time you can go to one of the chic cocktail bars and lounges here like Be At One, the Dead Canary, Lab 22, The Bootlegger, Handsome Jack’s and Mocka Louge.

Food options in Cardiff

The food in Cardiff, like the rest of the Wales is dominated by the use of lamb meat, beef and dairy products. As sheep farming is quiet common in most parts of the country, lamb is used in various forms in different dishes. Laver bread, bara brith (fruit bread), cawl (a lamb stew); cawl cennin (leek soup); Welsh cakes; and Welsh lamb, are some of the traditional Welsh dishes which you must try. Modern Welsh cuisine is a lot influenced by the cuisines of India, China and the United States. Chicken tikka masala is the country’s favourite dish while hamburgers and Chinese food outsell fish and chips as a takeaway. There are a wide range of restaurants in the city centre where you can dine. You can also try these dishes at the onsite restaurants in Cardiff hotels.

Shopping in Cardiff

You can enjoy a good retail therapy in Cardiff as the city centre has endless number of malls and shopping centres. St David’s, Capitol centre, Queen’s Arcade, Castle Arcade, Morgan Quarter, are some of the largest malls here. You can buy clothing, accessories, books, gifts, footwear, jewelry, and much more here. Yo can enjoy a meal at the food court to refuel and start shopping again. Many other shops and local stores are located in Royal arcade, St David’s St, Queen St, Castle St, Morgan Arcade, etc. The colourful street markets in Cardiff are must visit. These open flea markets open till 5 pm offer amazing cheap stuff, from fresh produce to cheap clothing, accessories and even has food stalls. Cardiff Indoor Flea Market, Rose Street Flea Market, Roath Craft Market and Cardiff Central Market and St Mary Street Market on St Mary’s St are some of the best open markets here.

Fast Facts about Cardiff

  • Currency: Pounds Sterling
  • Language: English
  • Nearest Airport: Cardiff Airport
  • Direct Flight time from Dublin to Cardiff: 1 hour
  • Transfer time from airport to Cardiff: 24 minutes


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Cardiff Reviews

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10/10 Amazing

14 November 2011


Fantastic shopping centres plenty to do in the night fabulais pubs & clubs

The best thing about my stay was ...

shops & pubs

10/10 Amazing

04 June 2011

A great place for touring, shopping, dinning and have a night out.

Everything is conveniently centralized in the city centre. There are various big and small shopping malls, markets, lots of restaurants and pubs. The cathedral and castle is also very near the city centre.

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It has got everything I want in a convenient central area.

10/10 Amazing

10 October 2011

Lively City

would recommend the Glee Club in Cardiff bay add a great laugh..

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8/10 Great

14 June 2011

Cardiff has a bit of everything

Great for shopping,eating out,nightlife,very nice down Cardiff Bay,something for everyone.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Great for shopping,culture,history,eating out,nightlife

6/10 Good

26 March 2012


I was very pleasantly surprised. Excellent shopping and entertainment - all very central.