Hotels in Cardiff, United Kingdom
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- Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
- Cardiff University
- Principality Stadium
- Barry Island Beach
- Wales Millennium Centre
- Cardiff Castle
- Doctor Who Exhibition
- University Hospital of Wales (UHW)
- Cardiff City Hall
- Cardiff City Centre
- St. David's Hall
- Chepstow Racecourse
- St. David's
- Cardiff Bay Waterfront
- Barry Island Pleasure Park
- St Mellons Golf Club
- Tintern Abbey
- Caerphilly Castle
- Cardiff City Stadium
- Llandaff Cathedral
Best hotels in Cardiff
Here at Hotels.com we have a great selection of Cardiff hotels and an easy online booking process. Cardiff is the capital of Wales and a major tourist attraction destination. Let us help you find the best value rooms within your budget. Check out hotels in Cardiff via our website which have been rated by previous guests to give you an idea of what to expect before making an online reservation. There are plenty of hotel options in Cardiff with Hotels.com whether traveling to the city on business or for a vacation. Our website also provides multiple photos of each hotel along with an online map that pinpoints the exact location, including distance from tourist attractions like Castell Coch, Cardiff Bay and St. Fagan's National History Museum. This will help you make the most out of your visit as well as being well informed on your Cardiff hotel choice.
What's Cardiff Like?
Many top attractions such as Cardiff Castle and the Wales Millennium Center lie within the compact city center. When it comes to eating and drinking, Mermaid Quay is only a 10 minute walk from the center of town. It's the perfect place for dining and relaxing along the waterfront. How about arranging to stay in a hotel in Cardiff through Hotels.com during September so you don't miss out on the Great British Cheese Festival? This festival is held annually in Cardiff offering more than 450 different types of British cheeses that you can try, taste and buy. The friendly locals are very proud of their sporting arenas especially the Millennium Stadium home to Welsh rugby and soccer. If you fancy taking in a game of soccer, head for the Cardiff City Stadium where you can watch Cardiff City FC play. To get a feel of how Cardiff used to be, spend a morning or afternoon in the city's six Victorian and Edwardian shopping arcades.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cardiff
One of the best times to visit Cardiff is on the first day of March, known across Wales as St.David's Day. St. David is the patron Saint of Wales whose life is celebrated to the full in Cardiff. To blend in with the locals it's customary for the men to wear a leek while the ladies wear a daffodil. Before you travel, try to learn a little Welsh which will always go down well with the friendly Welsh people. Make arrangements today by reserving affordable Cardiff hotels with us here at Hotels.com to benefit from accommodation deals.
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