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Ramada Swansea
Swansea
South Wales

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Stay at the Ramada Swansea and experience everything you'd expect from an international hotel company. 3* Hotel situated near to the city centre. A modern hotel, conveniently located close to the centre of Swansea yet within easy reach of the stunning Gower Peninsula. This impressive, stylish hotel makes an ideal base for business and leisure guests.

Each of the 120 bedrooms has an en suite bathroom, colour satellite TV with pay per view movie channel, radio, hairdryer, trouser press and direct dial telephone with internet connection, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Studio rooms, non smoking rooms and bedrooms suitable for disabled guests are also available. A great location for a short break with a host of golden beaches within 20 minutes drive and loads of attractions to visit nearby including Tredegar House, Swansea Marina, Margam Deer Park and the unique Living Rainforest visitor attraction. The beautiful Gower Peninsula, Aberdulais Falls, Carreg Cennen and Kidwelly Castles are all worth a slightly longer journey.

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