Reasons to choose Clayton Hotel Cardiff

Clayton Hotel Cardiff offers modern rooms with free WiFi and a beautiful bar and restaurant. The Principality Stadium is 1,000 feet from the hotel, which is next to Cardiff Central Rail Station.

Clayton Hotel Cardiff’s air-conditioned rooms include a luxurious bathroom and a lounge area. Each room includes a work desk, flat-screen TV, and tea/coffee making amenities.

Breakfast, including the Clayton Vitality Breakfast, is offered daily at The View Restaurant, which features an international menu and wine list.
In a modern setting, the on-site bar serves a variety of beverages and snacks.

Clayton Hotel Cardiff is a 5-minute walk from the majestic Cardiff Castle in Cardiff’s vibrant centre. St David’s Shopping Centre and Cardiff Motorpoint Arena are both 1,650 feet distant.

Travel Tips near Clayton Hotel Cardiff

  • Cardiff

    Cardiff, Welsh Caerdydd, is the capital and largest city of Wales. Within the Welsh unitary authority system of local government, Cardiff is both a city and a county. It’s in the Bristol Channel, at the mouth of the River Taff, about 150 miles (240 kilometres) west of London, in the historic county of Glamorgan (Morgannwg).

    The origins of its name are disputed, however it is widely assumed to be an English corruption of the original Welsh title Caer-Taff (Fort on the Taff).

    There are several remarkable structures in Cardiff, but few are historic (the main exceptions being the castle, Llandaff Cathedral, and the mediaeval parish church of St. John).

    The Civic Centre in Cathays Park is a beautiful collection of public buildings constructed primarily of Portland stone and placed within lovely gardens and broad avenues since 1904.

    The city hall, the law courts, the National Museum Wales (which houses one of the largest collections of Impressionist paintings outside of Paris), the Welsh National War Memorial, and Cardiff University, which was formed when University College Cardiff and the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology merged to form Cardiff University.

  • Wales

    Wales is a United Kingdom constituent unit that extends westward from the island of Great Britain. Cardiff is the capital and the main business and financial centre of Wales.

    Three distinct paths around Wales are available on the Wales Way. The North Wales Way passes through the World Heritage Sites of Beaumaris, Conwy, Caernarfon, and Harlech.

    Explore the Coastal Way, which runs between stunning blue waters and towering mountains, or go along the Cambrian Way, which winds through Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons.

    Explore award-winning beaches along the Wales Coast Path, one of the few trails in the world that follows the entire national coastline, or visit flower-filled havens like Bodnant Garden.

    Experience the exhilaration of the world’s fastest zip line. Zip World Penrhyn Quarry, mountain biking, and whitewater rafting are all options.

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