Cardiff attracts a range of party-goers on a Friday and Saturday with people descending on the capital from surrounding valleys and cities. London is just a short two hour train journey away making it the perfect escape for a weekend of fun. Cardiff city is quite small, making everything within walking distance of each other which lends its hand to the fantastic atmosphere that Cardiff is famous for.
The busiest streets in Cardiff include St Mary’s St, Greyfriars Road and Mill Lane which play host to a range of popular nightclubs and bars. If you’re coming to visit for a quiet weekend, or a crazy hen or stag then this city has something for you.
Soda Lane is on Mill Lane and offers a popular spot for those that have become weary of the corporate chains that frequent many a city. It’s the ideal spot if you’re looking for something a little different and offers live music, great drinks, a sun terrace, and the ultimate VIP experience with The Attic.
If you’re looking for an award winning cocktail bar then look no further than Mocka Lounge on Mill Lane. It has a reputation for luxury and style and boasts impressive surroundings and a fantastic atmosphere. There are a range of speciality cocktails and coffees on the menu, as well as food options should you need. There is also a sun terrace to soak up the sun during those mild summer months.
Mary Street Nightclubs
Ladybird is on Mary Street and is a popular nightclub in the heart of Cardiff; it draws in DJs from all over Wales on a weekly basis and prides itself on its independent offering. Maddison DC is also located on Mary Street and is a large capacity venue where they enjoy good cocktails and good music. Spoil yourself and enjoy the VIP treatment on your next trip to Cardiff.
If you enjoy going out and socialising with friends, then consider Clayton Hotel Cardiff for your next city break.LESS INFORMATION