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Sandringham Hotel
21 St Mary Street
Cardiff
South Wales

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In the heart of Cardiff city centre, close to all that the city has to offer, this well-established, family-run hotel offers good service, a friendly atmosphere and generous cooked breakfasts. The hotel’s excellent central location makes it a convenient base for exploring this vibrant city. All of Cardiff’s shops, restaurants, cafes, shopping centres and bars are nearby. The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff International Arena and all of the city’s other attractions are also within easy walking distance.

With a convenient central location and comfortable en suite accommodation at great-value rates, the Cardiff Sandringham Hotel is an excellent choice, whether you are visiting the city on business, exploring the city as a tourist or attending a sporting event or concert.
A full cooked English breakfast is available every day and is included in most of the room rates, with special discounted rates for room-only accommodation on a Sunday night.

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