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Winner of the AA Hotel of the Year award for Wales and located in the heart of Cardiff City Centre, The Park Plaza Hotel Cardiff oozes luxury and sophistication.
The 4-star deluxe Park Plaza Cardiff is situated on Greyfriars Road, within easy reach of some of Cardiff's most historic and impressive sites including Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium, New Theatre Cardiff as well as several museums.
Park Plaza Hotel Cardiff offers 129 state-of-the-art guestrooms - including superior & executive rooms and suites - each boasting a specially designed range of sumptuous fabrics and furniture. The hotel is 100% smoke free
Park Plaza Cardiff boasts a state-of-the-art health club within the hotel. The Laguna Health & Spa comprises full gymnasium, 20 metre stainless steel indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, studio and 8 massage & treatment rooms.
Park Plaza Cardiff is located in Cardiff city centre, within easy reach of some of Cardiff's most historic and impressive sites. Cardiff's main shopping street (with 2 shopping arcades) is just around the corner. Cardiff's main rail station is just a 10-minute walk.
The hotel's Laguna Restaurant and bar offers a fresh and original mix of local and international flavours. The menu offers a mix of the finest and freshest ingredients from our own Welsh suppliers, alongside a few carefully selected imports to create a fusion of flavours to suit every palate.
Contemporary conference facilities at Park Plaza Cardiff include 9 meeting rooms plus 1 large function room, all air-conditioned and offering high specification audiovisual and technical equipment. All conference rooms, guestrooms and public areas benefit from complimentary high-speed wireless Internet.
Park Plaza Cardiff is located in Cardiff city centre, within easy reach of some of Cardiff's most historic and impressive sites, including Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium, New Theatre Cardiff as well as several museums. Cardiff's main shopping street (with 2 shopping arcades) is just around the corner. Cardiff's main rail station is just a 10-minute walk.
The hotel is easily accessible by bus and car, and guests benefit from discounted car parking. Call the hotel for further details and directions.
Capital of Wales, known in the native tongue as Caerdydd, has enjoyed a rebirth since its days as the world's leading coal-exporting port. Revitalization has enabled the city to become one of Britain's most appealing destinations. An inviting new waterfront, set along Cardiff Bay, exemplifies the renewal and boasts restaurants, hotels, and Techniquest, a hands-on science center. Cardiff is blessed with a rich history dating back 2,000 years. Its famous castle, built in Roman times, was "recreated" as a medieval-styled showpiece in the nineteenth century by Lord Bute. Other popular attractions in the area include the striking Civic Centre, which houses the National Museum, and the city's Victorian arcades, which offer great shopping. Cardiff also stakes its claim as the true home of rugby, an assertion which its residents heartily applaud.
Wales's national sport is rugby football, which is played between September and May. International matches are held in Cardiff at the magnificent National Stadium, which is still referred to as Cardiff Arms Park. Association football (soccer) is another one of Wales's winter sports. One of the three best teams that play in the English league are in Cardiff.