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Cardiff bay waterfront
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Guide local

The vibrant capital city of Wales. You can shop until you drop, watch the world go by from any number of coffee shops, bars and restaurants, take in the local culture, or potter about making new discoveries. We have it all on our doorstep!

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Bring your walking shoes. Cardiff has more green space than any other city in Europe, per head of population. The Taff Trail, directly from the hotel, makes the most of former rail routes, towpaths and tramways, allowing you to walk or cycle from Cardiff Bay through 2000 acres of parkland, all the way to the moorland of the Brecon Beacons!

Les sites à visiter

Cardiff Castle

2.4 MI/ 3.86 KM away

Nestled in the heart of the city, Cardiff Castle stands as a testament to both medieval fortification and Victorian architectural grandeur. Take a trip back in time and visit this captivating landmark in the cityscape of Cardiff. Originally constructed as a motte and bailey castle by Norman conquerors in the late 11th century, it occupies the site of a 3rd-century Roman fort.

Wales Millennium Centre

0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM away

The Wales Millennium Centre stands proudly as the pinnacle of Wales' cultural landscape, nestled in the vibrant Cardiff Bay area. It serves as the nation's premier arts hub, showcasing World Class Productions, theatre shows, immersive creative experiences and more.

Principality Stadium

1.8 MI/ 2.9 KM away

The National Stadium of Wales. This distinguished venue is the cherished home turf of the Wales national rugby union team. It has also been the stage for Wales national football team matches and thrilling concerts.

Motorpoint Arena

1.7 MI/ 2.74 KM away

Elevating Cardiff's event landscape, The Utilita Arena proudly stands as the city's foremost purpose-built exhibition facility. Situated in the vibrant heart of Cardiff, Wales, it reigns as the premier destination for captivating indoor exhibitions and unforgettable events.

St. Fagans National Museum of History

7.9 MI/ 12.71 KM away

Experience the vibrant tapestry of Welsh heritage coming to life at St. Fagans National Museum of History in Cardiff. This dynamic open-air museum meticulously chronicles the rich historical lifestyle, culture, and architectural wonders of the Welsh people.

Cardiff Bay

Discover Cardiff Bay, Europe's largest waterfront development. Once a bustling tidal dockland renowned for exporting Welsh coal globally, the area has undergone a magnificent transformation into a vibrant shopping and entertainment area. Today, Cardiff Bay is known as a popular destination for visitors and locals alike, filled with restaurants, bars, attractions and hotels (including yours truly).

Flat Holm Island

Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city this summer by enjoying a day trip to the beautiful island of Flat Holm. The four-and-a-half-hour experience will include: A high-speed RIB boat trip through Cardiff Bay Barrage locks and into the Bristol Channel. A welcome talk from the warden. Self-guided tours about the island’s fascinating history and wildlife. A visit to the Gull and Leek, Wales’ most southerly pub.

Cardiff International White Water

Located in the heart of the International Sports Village in Cardiff, CIWW is home to the UK’s very first on-demand Olympic standard White Water Rafting and Indoor Wave facility. Offering white water and flat water fun for all, Cardiff International White Water the perfect place to take up a challenge, seek adventure or simply indulge in pure excitement.