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- On the Coast
- Disabled Facilities
- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Luxury Accommodation
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Spa Facility
- Swimming Pool
- Own Parking
- En-Suite Rooms
- Spa Breaks
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
St David's Spa Hotel - Cardiff Bay
The St. Davids Hotel and Spa takes up a prime position on the waterfront at Cardiff Bay and is a particularly striking venue in which to enjoy a city break or take part in a meeting or event.
The hotel is modern in design and is easy to spot in its position looking out towards the sea from the stylish city of Cardiff . A particular design highlight is the prominent glass atrium. The overall effect of this is a beautiful spacious and light atmosphere, adding further weight to the contemporary elements of this sophisticated venue.
The St. Davids Hotel and Spa is ideally located just a few minutes from the centre of Cardiff, while at the same time enjoying a privileged position a mere stones throw from Mermaid Quay, the fashionable bayside development filled with a great range of bars and restaurants. Guests enjoying a cultural evening at the Wales Millennium Centre, a sporting event at the Millennium Stadium, a concert at Cardiff International Arena or even a little history in Cardiff Castle will find the St. Davids Hotel and Spa a great base.
The St. Davids Hotel and Spa is part of the Principal Hayley family of venues which includes the likes of the Kenwood Hall in Sheffield, the Selsdon Park Hotel near Croydon and the Royal York Hotel in York. The hotel has a total of 132 guestrooms, a handful of which are suites. There are various different types of room offering a good range of choices.
Each room is well equipped to the standard expected of a premier five-star hotel and many boast excellent views out at the Bay. The main restaurant, known as the Tides Grill, offers guests the chance to try out some Welsh dishes and grills. There is also a terrace for al fresco dining during the summer months.
In addition there is a bar, which is ideal for a relaxing evening or for a light afternoon snack. The hotel brings together 12 meeting and event rooms spread out over two floors. The rooms are of varying shapes and sizes and are suitable for a range of activities and occasions such as wedding receptions, seminars, conferences or boardroom meetings.
Thanks to the recent refurbishment in the early part of 2008 the hotels spa and leisure facilities have been extended and freshened up and now guests can enjoy heightened relaxation in refreshed aspects as they unwind in the Welsh capital. There is a gym for fitness as well as treatment rooms, a swimming pool and massage areas.
The Hotel contains a total of 132 rooms, 20 of which are suites. A young hotel, all rooms offered by the five-star St. Davids Hotel and Spa have a corresponding stylish and contemporary style. There are several spacious room types offered by the hotel:
Classic Rooms are provided with either king or twin beds and offer views over Cardiff Bays Mermaid Quay development.
Deluxe King Rooms are similar to Classic Rooms with king or twins beds, but have waterfront vistas. Both Classic and Deluxe King Rooms have a great selection of in-room facilities including air-conditioning, satellite television, safe, Internet access and marble bathrooms with slippers and toiletries.
Superior Deluxe King Rooms are slightly larger than Deluxe King Rooms, and accommodate a king-size bed and a sitting area.
Junior Suites have an additional conservatory-style dining area, and are similar in size to Superior Deluxe Rooms.
Deluxe Master Suites occupy the top three floors of the hotel and offer the best views of the bay. Each suite has a bedroom, separate lounge dining area and balcony, as well as extra comforts such as CD and DVD players and walk-in showers.