Nosda Studio Hostel and Nomad Backpackers are budget accommodation options in Cardiff with room rates from 81US$ and 76US$ per night. Downtown Cardiff is home to numerous budget hotels, like St Hilary Hotel and Holiday Inn Cardiff - North M4, that provide a 15-minute walking distance to Cardiff Students Union Great Hall. Modern Studios, Cardiff is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to Dead Canary and offers room rates from 58US$.
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First-time visitors to Cardiff should consider a stay in the city center in hotels like Clayton Hotel Cardiff and The Safehouse Hostel. An option near the city center is Austins Guest House next to The Animal Wall. In Cardiff Outskirts district, you'll find Premier Inn Cardiff North, which offers a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a swimming pool.
To explore the city's natural scenery, consider booking a hotel near The Animal Wall, such as Cardiff Marriott Hotel that is a 10 minutes' walk away and set next to parks and a river. One of the Cardiff's unique attractions is Ianto Jones Shrine, which you can easily discover while staying at Future Inns Cardiff Bay and Voco St. David'S Cardiff.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Cardiff
If a fabulous luxury stay is what you're after, think of the 4-star Jolyons At No. 10, which lies within walking distance of Swalec Stadium. Visitors may also enjoy Cardiff Outskirts district, where Ibis Cardiff offers comfy accommodation of a fancy boutique hotel. Chain hotel you might consider is Travelodge Cardiff Llanedeyrn, within walking distance of South Wales Baptist College, featuring 91US$.
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If you're traveling with your family around Cardiff and need a suitable apartment, opt for Max Serviced Apartments Cardiff, Meridian Terrace, just a 5-minute walk from Wahaca Cardiff restaurant. Guests planning to visit Cardiff Bay district may want to book a room at A Space In The City At Century Wharf, with rates from 120US$. Park Inn By Radisson Cardiff City Centre ranks as one of the top family hotels 0.4 miles from Cardiff center. The Angel Hotel is a 3-star resort hotel featuring a sauna and a swimming pool alongside with magnificent views.
City Guide: Discover the best of Cardiff
Cardiff is a destination for modern delights.
Vivid, friendly and artistic Cardiff became all about the new after its recent change. It is here that Victorian-era buildings give way to cutting-edge technologies, restaurants, and art centers drawing a large numbers of visitors with its feel that is far quieter than London and very compact skyline.
Brimming with novelties, Cardiff has offers many comforts for your stay. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Cardiff to luxury offers all available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay.
If you return to Cardiff Bay today, you won't recognize it as so rapid change came there. Today Cardiff is more than cultural, but political with the Welsh National Assembly based in the stunning Senned building. Along with politicking goes its sporting scene with brand-new Millennium Stadium that is the main gathering for sport fans and it means you are going to immerse yourself into the beer-perfumed atmosphere of local bars fully packed with youth.
Despite modernity took a hold onto the city, Cardiff still looks back at its history. It treasures its wealth of 19th-century prosperity that goes beyond Victorian architecture, but also to stunning examples of neo-medieval Cardiff castle and ornate Llandaff Cathedral.
Other attractions include;
The Wales Millennium Centre, a great example of modern architecture dating back to 2004
Castell Coch, a fabulous castle at a hill in the outskirts of the city
National Museum Cardiff with collections of paintings, archaeological and geological exhibits
City Hall, built at the start of the 20th century and located right in the heart of the city
Bute Park, a wonderful park in the city center sitting close to the Cardiff castle
Cardiff has a long history that grounds this city in the fortunes of coal dust and steel grinds. It served as the main vendor of coal and steel in the world with a turnover more than 13 million tons of coal in 1913. After Cardiff became the Welsh capital and the Victorian boom that reshaped the city, The past decade has seen new attractions, revitalized buildings and bars spring up throughout the city making it more attractive for tourists. Consequently, Cardiff exploded with foreign interest and investments to the city and these led to the development of tourism in Cardiff.
With time, Cardiff has evolved into the youngest and the most successful city projects of its kind in Europe. Just imagine that least than decade passed and Cardiff is among the most fashionable places in the United Kingdom with modern shopping centers, historic Victorian shopping arcades and world-class restaurants.
The main source of general transformation in the city first sprang up in Cardiff Bay and today the best restaurants, cafes, bars and shops inhabit this space.
Whether you are about a bohemian playground or culture, Cardiff is a perfect destination for both. Booked.net can make it easy to explore for you with a few clicks.