Cardiff Accommodation

The Angel Hotel, Cardiff

The Angel Hotel, Cardiff

Being the capital of Wales and one of the top modern tourist destinations in the UK, Cardiff isn’t short of accommodation for leisure travellers, business travellers, short breaks and holidays. The city hosts a varied calendar of events throughout the year, and is home to some of the best modern attractions in Britain.

Your options for accommodation vary from traditional inns to stylish and contemporary city centre apartments, from welcoming independent B&Bs to cheap chain hotels. Using our site, you can find and compare accommodation in Wales. Sort by price and location, and book your stay today.

In addition to offering favourite UK chain hotels, Cardiff is home to a wide variety of catered and self-catered accommodation. It has stylish city centre apartments, hotels ranging from the luxurious to rooms on a budget, holiday parks and campsites, welcoming and traditional inns and B&B guest houses that offer that personal touch. The city benefits from being relatively flat and fairly compact, so no matter where you choose to stay you’ll find that attractions and amenities are within easy reach.

Cardiff’s layout ensures you’ll have the choice of all types of accommodation, without the need to make sacrifices for a better location. Whether you’re enjoying a walking or cycling break, a family holiday, a sight-seeing weekend or a business trip, you’ll have a choice of accommodation features, prices and types.

You can book accommodation right in the heart of the city, or choose to stay in Cardiff Bay overlooking the modernised docklands and freshwater lake. Surround yourself with the culture and style of one of the UK’s most vibrant, modern cities, and book Cardiff accommodation online or by phone today. You’ll get to make the most of the city’s attractions and amenities, whether you’re visiting for a night or staying for a fortnight.

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.