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Premier Inn Cardiff City Centre, Cardiff, South Wales

Premier Inn Cardiff City Centre
10 Churchill Way
Cardiff
South Wales

CF10 2NB | View map
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Well located in Cardiff city centre, this Premier Inn features modern rooms, with some offering views across the city. The shops of Queens Street are just 100m away. Within 10 minutesí walking distance are Cardiff International Arena, the Millennium Stadium and St Davidís shopping centre. The popular area of Cardiff Castle, the City Hall, the National Museum and Bute Park can be reached in just 10 minutes on foot. Each comfortable air-conditioned room at the Premier Inn Cardiff City Centre includes a TV, telephone and full private bathroom. Thyme Bar and Restaurant serves a menu of traditional and contemporary dishes. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast at Premier Inn Cardiff City Centre includes cooked items, vegetarian options and a wide continental selection.

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