This 12-story hotel, opened in 2011, and is one of Cardiff’s tallest buildings with panoramic views over Cardiff Bay. The hotel is centrally located in the heart of the City on St. Marys Street, making it an ideal choice for business or leisure. We are only a short walk from Cardiff Central train station and a stone’s throw away from the city’s attractions. The Cardiff Hotel Bar is open for drinks and casual food throughout the day. Stir Bar & Restaurant overlooking Mill Lane offers an array of dishes to tempt your taste buds. 216 guest rooms provide every amenity for a comfortable stay. Guest rooms offer the perfect place to relax and unwind. These spacious and airy rooms offer beds with crisp white duvet and pillows, with outstanding views of the beautiful Cardiff surroundings. Facilities include air-conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access.
The Clayton Hotel in Cardiff offers 216 guest rooms with a range of configurations, including double/single, king, inter-connecting and disabled access rooms. The hotel is one of Cardiff’s tallest buildings with panoramic views over the city and bay.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Kaymed beds by King Koil
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Flat-Screen TV
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Laptop Safe
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Spectacular Views from Upper Floors
Stir Bar & Restaurant:
Stir Restaurant boasts a great variety of dining options – our Head Chef and his team have a great passion for food and are dedicated to providing the freshest and most innovative dishes for our guests. With panoramic views of the city, overlooking Mill Lane and St Marys Street, guests can watch the busy city go by as they enjoy the stylish and comfortable surroundings.
Stir Bar is a funky space within the hotel, open throughout the day, making it one of the most popular and frequented Cardiff City Centre bars around.
The City of Cardiff:
On The Map: The City of Cardiff is the Capital of Wales, and is located in a sheltered location on its southern coast. Cardiff is 150 miles / 2.5 hours drive directly west of London on the M4 Motorway.
Cardiff boasts a rich, almost 2000 year history. The first recorded settlers in 55 A.D. were pioneers of the Roman Empire, who constructed a fort on the current site of Cardiff Castle, taking advantage of the city’s strategic position at the center of three river systems. The Roman Fort protected local inhabitants for 300 years, before being abandoned as Roman power and influence rapidly declined. Impressive Cardiff Castle (pictured), dating from the 11th century, now occupies the site. Most of the original Roman construction is long since buried beneath the castle, though a portion of the old Roman walls are still visible at the Castle’s Interpretative Centre. Visitors can learn more about Cardiff’s long & interesting history at The Cardiff Story – a free museum. Cardiff boasts a vibrant arts and entertainment scene, featuring opera, ballet, musicals, and very high quality live music to suit all tastes, not to mention a diverse range of theatres, galleries & museums.