Cardiff Hotels

Featured Hotels in Cardiff

Cardiff Marriott

Guest Rating: 94%
Cardiff's premier hotel is located in the heart of the city in the colorful Cafe Quarter. The hotel is a short walk from the shopping area, Cardiff castle and the railway station. Cardiff airport is t...

Hilton Cardiff

Guest Rating: 89%
Located in the vibrant Welsh capital the Hilton Cardiff is Wales most chic five star hotel. This premier hotel offers superb accommodation a fantastic award wining restaurant two contemporary bars ...

Lincoln House Private Hotel, Cardiff

Guest Rating: 89%
Carefully restored and developed to provide you with all the comforts of modern living, this Victorian town house is ideally situated within easy walking distance of Cardiff city centre. Located in...

Premier Inn Cardiff City Centre

Guest Rating: 89%
Premier Inn Cardiff City Centre features modern en suite rooms and views across the city. Within walking distance are Cardiff International Arena, the Millennium Stadium and St David's shopping centr...

A Space in the City, Cardiff

Guest Rating: 89%
A short walk from Cardiff city centre, these modern apartments are close to the Mermaid Quay Restaurant Quarter and offer free use of the on-site gym, pool and conference suite. Each Century Wharf ap...

Maldron Hotel Cardiff

Guest Rating: 88%
Location. Located in central Cardiff, Maldron Hotel Cardiff is near the airport and close to St. John the Baptist Church, Cardiff International Arena, and Cardiff City Hall. ...

All hotels in Cardiff

About Cardiff

Where to stay

Any budget traveller: Cardiff has a good mix of high and low prices all around the city. You can easily find a 5 star hotel next to a more affordable 2 star in the center of the city.

Shop ‘til you drop: The majority of Cardiff's center city shopping is located on St. Mary's Street along with the Splott and Leckwith market. Other retail locations on Cardiff Bay, Culverhouse Cross, Newport Road, and Pontprennau - all not far from St. Mary Street. If you want to shop, your best bet is the city center.

Eat, drink, and be merry: The city's Brewery Quarter is the place to be if you want to wine and dine. Cardiff is becoming renowned for fine dining and there is a restaurant in this quarter to suit every taste. St. Mary Street, Mill Lane and Mermaid Quay are all great places to stay if you want to burn the midnight oil at a local bar, club or pub.

Quiet time: Surrounding Cardiff is the utterly stunning southern Wales countryside. If you don't mind a short commute, a stay in a cozy bed and breakfast here is the perfect place to rest your weary head in peace and quiet. If you still want to be within walking distance to the sites, Cardiff Bay also has many luxurious spas that offer tranquility and access all at once.

Fun in the sun: Stay near Cardiff Bay offers plenty of places to enjoy the great outdoors and burn off those extra vacation eating calories. There is sailing, canoeing, power boating, rock climbing, horse riding, Para gliding and mountain biking. It is also right by the locations where the local rugby, ice hockey, and cricket teams play.

Hotel review website TripAdvisor allows travelers to thoroughly assess Cardiff hotels that they have visited. The unbiased evaluations really help to find the best hotels and avoid the worst.

Read more in our Cardiff Guide.

Search Hotels


Hotels By Guest Rating

94%Cardiff Marriott
89%Hilton Cardiff
89%Premier Inn Cardiff City Centre
89%Lincoln House Private Hotel
89%A Space in the City
88%Future Inn Cardiff Bay
88%Maldron Hotel Cardiff
87%Century Wharf Serviced Apartments
87%Tyrosa Boutique Gay B&B
87%New House Country Hotel
86%Church Guesthouse
86%Holiday Inn Cardiff City
85%Parc Hotel
84%Tanes Hotel
84%Jolyon's Boutique Hotel
83%Cardiff Apartments @ Viceroy Mansions
83%Plasturton Apartments Cardiff Central
83%10 Trevethick @ City Center
83%Cardiff Apartments @ Spillers
83%Premier Travel Inn Cardiff North