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Luxury Hotels in Cardiff If you’re looking for a short break with style then you’re in the right place, as Cardiff has a wealth of posh hotels on offer to make your stay in the city pure luxury.

For accommodation right in the heart of the city centre why not try the Cardiff Marriott or the Cardiff Hilton, part of the world famous Hilton chain.

Situated in the fashionable Café Quarter, the Cardiff Marriott [map] is a modern hotel within easy access of all the major attractions, and the scenic Cardiff Bay is just a 15-minute walk away. As well as its prime location, the Marriott has an array of luxury rooms and wonderful leisure facilities, including a whirlpool, swimming pool and fitness club. There is also a bar and an elegant cocktail lounge in the hotel along with a wide choice of classy eateries within an easy walking distance.

Overlooking the castle and civic buildings, the five star Cardiff Hilton [map] hotel has now become one of the city’s most prestigious landmarks. It is only minutes away from the city centre shops, theatres, concert halls in and the National Museum of Wales [map]. The hotel offers deluxe accommodation and top class facilities, including a restaurant, bar, leisure club and ballroom, making it popular with those who really want to splash out.

Cardiff’s famous Angel Hotel [map] is located opposite the castle in the heart of the city centre and offers a touch of pure Welsh luxury. Built in 1833, this extensively refurbished hotel has magnificent marble floors, mesmerising crystal chandeliers and a grand staircase that sweeps up dramatically from the lobby to the bedrooms. The hotel boasts a range of entertainment, including in-room movies and satellite TV, a first class restaurant serving Welsh and international cuisine, and a pub with live music.

If you’re looking for something special with tremendous views then book your room at one of the swanky hotels on the newly renovated Cardiff Bay, which has become a magnet for trendsetters.

Billed as the most luxurious hotel in Cardiff, St David’s Hotel and Spa [map] has become a symbol of extravagance where the city’s hotels are concerned. With its distinctive sail-topped roof, which is often used as a backdrop on Welsh new TV programmes, this hotel offers the ultimate in quality hospitality and rooms with superb views of the bay. As well as an award-winning restaurant, there is also a gorgeous hydrotherapy spa and a first class concierge service for an experience of pure luxury.

Also on Cardiff Bay you’ll fine the hugely popular Hanover International Hotel [map], which has a maritime theme throughout, including the external cruise liner architecture and interior promenades. Recent refurbishment work has seen a new wing of bedrooms added, including five suites and a penthouse suite with roof garden.

On the outskirts of the city centre is the Cardiff Moat House Hotel [map], a modern purpose built hotel that offers a range of facilities including a restaurant, bar, coffee shop and fitness club.

Back in the city centre, you’ll find more upmarket hotels including the Thistle Cardiff [map], which has a distinctive stone facade that has been a prominent feature of the area since it was built in 1833. All of the city's attractions are within easy walking distance, making it an ideal and elegant sightseeing base.

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