Cardiff

Cardiff has only been the official Welsh capital since 1955, chosen for its industry and population over more historically eligible communities, and over recent decades has grown into the role, the Welsh Assembly and the development around Cardiff Bay of particular note... Read More

Cardiff Tips:

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Cardiff Events

April
RHS Show Cardiff
May
Horticultural Weekend
Tata Steel Cardiff Bay 5
June
Armed Forces Day
Music and theatre festival
July
Cardiff Festival
Cardiff International Food & Drink Festival
Cardiff International Street Festival
Cardiff MAS Carnival
Childrens Festival
Tafwyl Fair
Welsh Proms
August
Cardiff Big Weekend
Cardiff Festival
Family Fun Weekend
Madonna @ Millennium Stadium
September
Cardiff Mardi Gras
Charity Pampering
George Thomas Hospice Care
Vale of Glamorgan Festival of Music
November
Cardiff Christmas Market
Cardiff Screen Festival
December
Cardiff Christmas Market
Winter Wonderland
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Hotels in Cardiff - 102 places to stay

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Vale Resort

Vale Resort

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The Vale Resort set amidst over 650 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside, is now firmly established as one of the UKs most desirable spa, golf and leisure destinations

Once part of ... More | Double Room: From 55 | visit website

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Bryn Meadows Golf & Country Hotel

Bryn Meadows Golf & Country Hotel

Bryn Meadows is an award winning 4 star hotel with a reputation of excellence given by the Wales Tourist Board. All rooms are en-suite and most enjoy spectacular views over the surrounding golf course and ... More | visit website

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Angel Hotel

Angel Hotel

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Located next to Cardiff Castle and the Millennium Stadium, this hotel is perfect for exploring this great city.

Cardiff's most historical hotel demonstrates Victorian splendour throughout, as well as modern extras like ... More

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Mercure Lodge Hotel

Mercure Lodge Hotel

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Ideally located between the city centre and Cardiff Bay, this new style hotel offers the latest in opulent and modern accommodation for the leisure and business traveller, with ample free parking. Bedrooms ... More

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Village Hotel & Leisure Club

Village Hotel & Leisure Club

Whether your stay is for business or for leisure welcome to more than just a hotel, welcome to VILLAGE Cardiff. Comfortable bedrooms, state of the art Health and Fitness Club, fantastic restaurant, great pub, welcoming ... More | visit website

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Copthorne Hotel Cardiff Caerdydd

Copthorne Hotel Cardiff Caerdydd

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This beautiful hotel with a warm Welsh welcome is just 4 miles (6.4 km) from Cardiff city centre and the Millennium Stadium. The Copthorne is an ideal base for exploring the many ... More

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Maldron Hotel Cardiff

Maldron Hotel Cardiff
Excellent city centre location, adjacent to Cardiff Central Rail Station and Millennium Stadium. This newly built hotel offers free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, air-conditioning and In room safes. Hotel is only 1 min walk to Wood ... More | visit website
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Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel
The Royal Hotel Cardiff boasts one of the best city centre locations within Wales' Capital. It is a Grade II Listed Victorian building in Italianate Style built in 1866 and is Cardiff's oldest hotel. The ... More | visit website
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Express by Holiday Inn Bay

Express by Holiday Inn Bay

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The Express by Holiday Inn Cardiff Bay is situated on the Waterfront area of the old East Dock, in Cardiff Bay. Only 10 minutes walking distance from the centre ... More

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