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Holiday Inn Express 加的夫湾

Longueil关闭帆船方式 大西洋码头 , 加的夫, CF10 4EE

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附近景点

附近景点

  • Cardiff Castle
  • Motorpoint Arena
  • Mermaid Quay
  • Techniquest
  • Odeon IMAX
  • Cardiff New Theatre
  • Wales Millennium Centre
  • St. Fagans Welsh Museum
  • Principality Stadium
  • Cardiff International White Water
  • Cardiff Sports Village
  • Cardiff City Football Club
  • Castell Coch
  • Wales Coastal Path
  • Viola Ice Arena
市区

市区

从市中心到酒店的路线方向: 南部

距离酒店:0.8 MI/ 1.29 KM

当地

当地

距离酒店:1 MI/ 1.61 KM East

便利店: 0.25 MI/ 0.4 KM 西南部

必看

必看

Take time to explore the regenerated Cardiff Bay area, a 10-minute walk from the hotel. You can stroll along the Barrage, part of the Wales Coastal Path, or stop for something to eat at one of the chic restaurants and bars lining the waterfront on Mermaid Quay. For culture, check out what's on at the Welsh Millennium Centre, Wales's premier arts complex and home to the Welsh National Opera.

必做

必做

Go for a stroll along the peaceful wooded paths and lawns of Bute Park, in the grounds of Gothic Cardiff Castle. Or take a tour of the interior castle apartments, which have been ornately and colourfully restored. It takes about 25 minutes to walk to the castle and park from the hotel, or you can enjoy a ride on a water taxi from Mermaid Quay, up the River Taff.

不可错过

不可错过

Take in a rugby match, rock concert or other big event at Wales's largest arena, the Principality Stadium, about 20 minutes' walk from the hotel. Alternatively, join a stadium tour to see the press suite and the Dragon's Lair, the Welsh team's dressing room. You also get to find out how it feels to lift a trophy in the President's Box.

小提示

If you're in town for some retail therapy, don't miss St. David’s Dewi Sant, about 15 minutes' walk from the hotel. You'll find unique boutiques, as well as established brands, among the 200 retail outlets, and you can shop in the largest John Lewis department store outside London. Also be sure to browse through the many old Victorian shopping arcades that dot the city centre.