If you're visiting and looking for the best way to discover the Welsh capital it would be wise to stay near the centre. Hotels offer the best way to pamper yourself as you enjoy time away from the hustle and bustle of normal life. The hotels are located near the town centre and in close proximity to all the top attractions. They are suitable for families, business travellers, groups, and couples. The City is a premier business travel destination as it is home to The National Assembly for Wales. While the town boasts a large student population, it has plenty to offer leisure visitors.
Wwidee have a range of hotels located within the city centre. You can choose to stay in a luxurious central spa hotel or opt for an individual boutique hotel. There are also grand hotels that are filled with history. If you are on a limited budget, the bay has economy hotels that will cater excellently to your needs. There are also 5-star hotels for those who want to go all out during their holiday. Most are equipped with business centres making them convenient for business travellers. Their rooms have internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, satellite TVs, room service, and safes. These hotels have classic restaurants which serve 3 meals a day. Some are situated a short distance from the city centre. They boast magnificent countryside views, panoramic city views, and have access to excellent golf courses.
Whether history, culture or sport is your thing, Cardiff has plenty to offer. If you love architecture, the ancient Castle, the majestic Stadium, and the Edwardian civic buildings will leave you spoilt for choice. The hotels near millennium stadium will ensure you don't miss out on the major sporting events. If you are an art enthusiast, you will be impressed by The National Museum which has the best impressionist gallery out of Paris. The museum features works by Rodin, Picasso, and Monet. The Wales Millennium Centre, the top tourist attraction, is located in Cardiff bay near the Pierhead building. The centre was opened by the Queen in 2004 and has hosted numerous performances for musicals, ballet, opera, comedy, and dance. The Pierhead building, a grade one listed building, is a unique attraction. It was once Wales' focal point of commerce and is home to the Wales National Assembly.
Take the family for a fun day out at Techniquest, UK's top science discovery centre. You will have fun doing things like freezing your own shadow, taming a tornado, and launching a hot air balloon. Visit The Red Dragon Centre for spellbinding fun. Located in the bay, the centre is the city's top destination for indoor entertainment and leisure activities. If you're in town for a concert, stay near the Arena. Staying near the international arena will ensure you only have to walk a short distance when the night is over.
Stay central and experience luxury at its best. Get to experience the city's shopping, nightlife, and numerous attractions that will make you wish for a longer holiday.