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Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff Star Rating 4        
Meridian Gate Bute Terrace

Within 0.4 miles of Cardiff Queen Street railway station, this upscale high-rise hotel is 0.6 miles from the Gothic Cardiff Castle and an 11-minute walk from the Millennium Stadium rugby and football arena.
Holiday Inn Express Cardiff Bay Star Rating 3        
Longuiel Close

This waterfront hotel, overlooking Bute East Dock, is a 14-minute walk from Wales Millennium Centre (cultural venue), 1.4 miles from the National Museum Cardiff, and 1.8 miles from Cardiff Bay.
Innkeeper's Lodge Cardiff        
75-77 Cathedral Road

This Victorian inn and pub in the Pontcanna district is a 14-minute walk from Cardiff Castle and a 15-minute walk from Millennium Stadium.Bright and airy rooms have en suite bathrooms, free WiFi, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and flat-screen TVs with cable channels.Continental breakfast is included in the rate, and can be upgraded to a full Welsh breakfast for a surcharge.
St. David's Hotel and Spa Star Rating 5        
Havannah Street

This upmarket, glass-fronted, waterside hotel is an 6-minute walk from the shops and restaurants at Mermaid Quay and 11 minutes' walk from Cardiff Bay train station.The airy rooms and suites have floor-to-ceiling windows, with many having private balconies offering views over Cardiff Bay. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Travelodge Hotel Llanedeyrn Cardiff Star Rating 2        
Circle Way East off A48, Llanedeyrn

This understated low-rise hotel is 5.2 miles from Cardiff Castle, and 6.5 miles from Wales Millennium Centre.
Travelodge Cardiff Central Queen Street Star Rating 1.5        
The Friary Off Queen Street

This straightforward budget hotel in a grand stone building is a 5-minute walk from Cardiff Castle and a 7-minute walk from the National Museum Cardiff.The casual rooms include custom-designed beds, limited free WiFi and TVs, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family rooms add pull-out beds.
Campanile Hotel Cardiff Star Rating 2        
Caxton Place, Pentwyn

This simple low-rise lodging is 5 miles from Cardiff Castle and 6 miles from Chapter Arts Centre.The straightforward rooms come with desks, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.A breakfast buffet is available for a surcharge, and there's a relaxed bar/restaurant.
Travelodge Cardiff Atlantic Wharf Star Rating 2        
Atlantic Wharf, Hemingway Road

This multi-storey hotel, set in the Welsh capital, is 1.1 miles from Cardiff Central train station. It's also 1.
The Big Sleep Hotel Cardiff Star Rating 2        
Bute Terrace

This modern budget hotel is a minute's walk from the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff music venue and a 5-minute walk from Cardiff Queen Street train station.Bright rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.Complimentary cooked breakfast is served in a low-key dining area, and a colourful bar serves light snacks and drinks.
Wynford Hotel Star Rating 3        
1-15 Clare Street

This lively, relaxed hotel is a 12-minute walk from Millennium Stadium and 1 mile from The Capitol Shopping Centre.The simply styled rooms all include en suite bathrooms, and come equipped with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.There is an on-site nightclub, open until the early hours at the weekend, and there's also a late bar.
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Cardiff is the capital and the most important city in Wales. It is located in the county of South Glamorgan, on the Bristol Channel, and the River Taff runs through the city. It is not far from the border with England. The vibrant city centre is the location for the courts of justice, Cardiff City Hall, the excellent University of Cardiff and the National Museum. It is one of the most popular parts of the city among visitors. Cardiff has excellent facilities for tourists: cinemas, theatres and the redeveloped Cardiff Bay, which combines some important new architecture with Victorian buildings. Here you can find sports centres, parks, gardens, bars and waterfront restaurants. The city has some outstanding monuments: Cardiff Castle, which has a history of more than 2000 years, as well as the impressive ruins at Caerleon, and those of Tintern Abbey. The city will capture you with its attractions and activities. You are bound to find something to interest you in this fascinating city!