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From £ 55 per night
From £68.00 per night
From £55.00 per night
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from £55.00 per night
from £68.00 per night
After a day exploring the cultural aspects of the city, washed down with a healthy dose of nightlife, what better way to relax than in a luxury serviced apartment in Cardiff.
Luxury apartments provide high spec facilities to treat as your own for the duration of your stay. There is no need to worry about returning to a hotel at a specified time as serviced apartments offer flexibility and privacy in your break. Luxury apartments are also ideal for the business visitor who does not want to eat out every night, as they come fully equipped with hi-tech kitchens and appliances to make you feel at home.
Cardiff's rich history dates back to Roman times with ancient monuments and attractions to be discovered in its historic core. Such history blends with the modern, as cobbled lanes give rise to glass and chrome mega-structures.
For something a little different to the generic hotel room, one can book a place in an affordable and convenient serviced apartment. Cardiff offers a variety of short term serviced apartments to cater to every need and provide a homely getaway in between site-seeing, shopping or sporting trips.
To satisfy the traditional site-seeing need, nowhere else has more castles per heard than Wales and Cardiff contains one of its most important - Cardiff Castle. With its elaborate Gothic architecture, Cardiff Castle is the perfect visit for history lovers or romantics alike.
One cannot think of Wales without conjuring up images of male voice choirs singing in the valleys. In fact, during the 19th Century, every town and village prided itself in having a choir. Cardiff is the home of the male voice choir with some of the best residing in the city and proving well worth a visit. To continue the Welsh reminiscing, there are a variety of traditional pubs in the city offering home cooked welsh food - and yes luckily this may include the obligatory delicacies like lava bread and welsh cakes.
To explore the more modern side of the city, the Millennium Stadium is perhaps the most famous of Cardiff's structures and is a world class sporting venue having held the Rugby World Cup, FA Cup Finals and due to hold some of the football elements of London 2012. Another new Cardiff attraction is the 'tube' of Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre that has stunning views of the bay combined with art exhibitions, video walls, interactive displays and the UK's biggest architectural city model.
For an evening of entertainment, Cardiff is home to some of the UK's premier clubs and bars. Perhaps the most famous is The Welsh Club, spread over three floors, hosting club nights as well as gigs.