Cardiff is the bustling capital city of Wales which has a rich history coupled with a modern waterfront that allows you to explore its heritage and take in the beautiful views all in one day. It offers visitors a range of activities to suit families, couples or groups and draws in revellers from all over the world eager to see what the city is made of.
The weekends see shoppers swarm the streets and the nightlife is full of thriving pubs, live music and hip bars. Principality stadium plays hosts to a range of events including the RBS 6 Nations rugby each year – the stadium is located in the city centre which ensures a great atmosphere for all attending. There are a range of local attractions for both young and old, and most things are within walking distance making Cardiff the perfect city to take in, enjoy and relax.
Popular Activities and Local Attractions in Cardiff, Wales
Clayton Hotel Cardiff is Cardiff’s largest city centre hotel located on St Mary Street, just a short walk to Cardiff Central Train Station and Millennium Stadium. It is the ideal location if you are visiting Cardiff for a city break, with it being a stone's throw away from all the city's main attractions.The 4-star Clayton Hotel Cardiff has 216 guest bedrooms with executive and king rooms available for your comfort. Complimentary WiFi is located throughout the hotel and limited off-site parking is available for guests. The restaurant in the hotel has some amazing views of the city with afternoon tea available on appointment.The hotel has conference facilities for up to 100 delegates with 7 state-of-the-art meeting rooms making it the ideal venue for all kinds of meetings, from training to board meetings or one-to-one interviews in Cardiff city centre.
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