We very carefully selected our Hotels for the Sleep Tight section in our book. The reason for this is quite simple, you! That's right you're the very reason we make sure our accommodation providers are all Visit Wales accredited and then some. That leads me very quickly onto The Angel Hotel, Cardiff. The night I arrived was a very wet one and needless to say I was drenched to the skin after a long ride from Carmarthen to Cardiff on my motorbike, which for those that don't know, was about a 2 hour journey, taking all A roads. I was greeted warmly and genuinely by the reception staff and restaurant supervisor and asked promptly if they could get me a coffee, needless to say I did not refuse and after some time getting warm, I was checked into my room and had one of the best night's sleeps, I have had in a long while.This hotel is not only reasonably priced, but alongside its facilities and prime location, it all goes to make this an excellent choice during a visit to the capital. Although I am aware this doesn't happen all the time, I was upgraded to a suite, which has to be said was very impressive, not to mention very large. Many of the rooms here at the Angel hotel have views of the Castle opposite and the hotel itself is situated very close to everything Cardiff has to offe
One of the favourite historical hotels in Cardiff, The Angel Hotel Cardiff is a beautiful Victorian landmark in the capital of Wales. Ideally located near the centre of Cardiff, the hotel is perfect for holidays and short breaks in Cardiff and South Wales. The hotel itself is neatly positioned between the Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Castle, with many of the bedrooms offering views of the castle.
This Cardiff hotel boasts modern, air conditioned bedrooms, a restaurant and cocktail bar. With great hotel offers, deals and breaks in Cardiff, The Angel Hotel Cardiff is the perfect place to stay in this vibrant city.
Cardiff is a fascinating city, and there is plenty to see and do in the area when you stay at The Angel Hotel. Cardiff is a city of many things from attractions to culture, sport to entertainment. For a spot of culture and history you can explore Cardiff Castle and the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff bay. Selected as a ‘City of Sport' in 2009, Cardiff is the city for sports fans; boasting stadiums for all types of sport including the Millenium Stadium and SWALEC stadium, you'll also find the International Sports Village and Cardiff International White Water Centre - an Olympic standard canoe slalom! Cardiff is great for shopping with its Victorian arcades, plentiful boutiques and the modern St David's Shopping Centre. The city also boasts more green space per person than any other UK city offering fabulous parks and gardens to explore.
If you venture out of Cardiff you'll find the hotel is near the Usk and Wye Valleys of South Wales, and other nearby attractions including St Fagan's National History Museum, Caerphilly Castle, Tredegar House and Dyffryn Gardens.
The hotel has 44 car parking spaces on site, including 2 accessible parking spaces. The hotel can not reserve spaces and spaces are available on a first come first served basis. The car park charge is £10.00 per night. Alternative NCP car parks can be found within the vicinity of the hotel should the hotel car park be full.
Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF10 1SZ
Telephone: 02920 649 200