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Maldron Hotel Cardiff
South Wales

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Excellent city centre location, adjacent to Cardiff Central Rail Station and Millennium Stadium. This newly built hotel offers free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVís, air-conditioning and In room safes. Hotel is only 1 min walk to Wood Street NCP and only a short walk to St. Davidís shopping complex, Cardiff Castle and Cardiff International Arena. Facilities include Stir Bar, Restaurant and a dedicated meeting room floor This spacious 216 bedroom Hotel is ideal for shopping and sightseeing in the centre of Cardiff. The beautifully appointed guest rooms offer a light, spacious, contemporary style. Stir bar is a funky space within the hotel open throughout the day. Stir restaurant offers an array of dishes to tempt your taste buds with a capacity of 125 covers. Hotel Facilities include a dedicated business centre - comprising of 9 state of the art meeting rooms accommodating up to 90 people theatre style, all fully air conditioned with built in audio visual.

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