Best Cardiff holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Cardiff
Park Inn by Radisson Cardiff City CentreWell-placed with its city centre location directly opposite the Motorpoint Arena (formerly the Cardiff International Arena), this Park Inn is adjacent to the St. David’s Shopping Complex and just 5 minutes walk from The Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Castle, the Central Train Station and one of the main business districts Callaghans Square.Book now
Hotel Indigo - CardiffHotel Indigo - Cardiff is located in Cardiff, 200 metres from St David's Hall and 300 metres from Cardiff Castle. The hotel has a terrace and fitness centre, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Hotel Indigo - Cardiff features free WiFi.Book now
Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is a hugely significant economic and industrial area of the United Kingdom. A vibrant and modern urban area, Cardiff is blessed with a lively night-life, a thriving retail district and many centuries of rich history. Take a trip of discovery to the medieval Caerphilly Castle, or enjoy Caerphilly’s range of world-famous cheeses; the city has an eclectic range of visitor attractions. The centre of the city is home to Cardiff Castle, and it gives visitors a unique insight into the troubled past of Wales and its relationship with the rest of the UK. This incredible capital city is brimming with exciting things to do and see, and if you want to see experience it at close-quarters, a holiday apartment in Cardiff is a fantastic alternative to a local hotel. You could live in a real Welsh neighborhood – with all the trappings of modern life you’re used to at home!
Vacation Rentals in Cardiff Allow You to Discover the Real Wales
Cardiff is home to a major retail district, but if you’re looking for something a little more unusual, make sure you pay the Cardiff Market a visit. This exciting street market has a cosmopolitan feel, and it has its origins way back in the 18th century. Sports fans can organise a stadium tour of the domineering Millennium Stadium, which is home to a range of international football and rugby matches. If you’re willing to venture a little beyond the city’s boundaries, Castell Coch is well worth a visit. Located in the town of Tongwynlais, this breathtaking structure is one of the most visited ancient fortifications in the British Isles. Cardiff has a wealth of character and historical intrigue, and renting an apartment in Tongwynlais will mean you won’t miss a thing.
Accommodation in Cardiff Can Enhance Your Stay
A sight-seeing trip can be a lot of hard work, so a comfortable base is essential. Privately-owned vacation rentals in Canton will put you right at the heat of the city, but it will also deliver a level of seclusion that just isn’t possible from a hotel. Why not take a little time out and take a pleasant stroll around nearby Thompson’s Park? If you enjoy museums, you’re in luck, as Cardiff is home to St. Fagan’s National History Museum. The Cardiff Story Museum can be found in the Old Library – a must-see attraction for people in search of Cardiff’s soul and identity.
Cardiff is a diverse and thriving city, and living amongst its communities is an experience in itself. If you have been couchsurfing in Cardiff, you will know exactly how it can uncover a side of the city that hotels simply can’t. The service offered by 9flats.com is similar, yet it goes a step further by allowing you to rent a property in its entirety. In fact, 9flats.com allows you to live in real neighbourhoods throughout the world. So, it doesn’t matter whether you want private lodgings in Swansea or holiday homes in Valencia, you can now experience real communities by living in luxury amongst the locals.