Steadily growing in prominence in the world’s consciousness Cardiff has transformed itself from a rather uninspiring boondock to a vibrant university town with an increasingly influential music, art and entertainment scene. An impressively green city that is home to such notable attractions as Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium, Llandaff Cathedral, St David’s Hall and Cardiff Bay, Cardiff has plenty for the visitor to explore. With a noticeable mood of optimism sweeping through the city, partly due to the improved fortunes of the national rugby team and local football team, who are well in the mix to gain promotion to the English Premier League, there has never been a better time to visit Wales’ capital.
As you would expect from one of the UK’s major cities Cardiff has a wide range of hotels, hostels and holiday accommodation options to choose from. If you are planning a visit to this vibrant part of Wales this overview of Ten City Centre Hotels In Cardiff That Really Look After Guests is something you really should consider in further detail.
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