Located directly opposite Cardiff Castle, the Hilton Cardiff is in the very heart of the city. With St. David’s shopping center and Millennium Stadium just a few minutes away, the Hilton Cardiff is perfect for those who are exploring the city by foot. The hotel features beautifully styled guest rooms and fantastic dining options, including traditional afternoon tea, coffee and snacks at Costa, drinks at the stylish Metropole Lounge, and all day dining at the contemporary Grey Restaurant. Guests are invited to enjoy a host of amenities for work, rest and recreation, including a business center and executive lounge, accessible rooms, a beauty salon and beauty treatment rooms, a fitness room and Livingwell Health Club, and the pool and sauna.
Guestrooms at the Hilton Cardiff are designed with comfort and convenience in mind; providing a place to unwind or to catch up on work. All 197 rooms boast deep soaking bathtubs and offer sofa beds and 24-hour room service.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Free newspaper
- Air conditioning
- Coffee/tea maker
- Connecting/adjoining rooms available
- Daily housekeeping
- Cookware, dishware and utensils
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- In-room safe
- In-room safe (laptop compatible)
- Free cots/infant beds
- Cable TV service
- Room service (24 hours)
- Rollaway/extra beds (free)
- Flat-panel TV
- Deep soaking bathtub
- Sofa bed
- Pay films
- Separate bathtub and shower
Whether you fancy a cappuccino and a croissant on the go, or to sit back and relax with a delicious hot chocolate, cake, or muffin, Costa has something for everyone. Enjoy a handcrafted drink and a tasty pastry served in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Grey is a contemporary lounge and restaurant that champions the modern dining scene with local and British classics. Menus feature no-nonsense country-style dishes using high quality, local produce.
The Metropole Lounge
The contemporary Metropole Lounge is the place to meet in Cardiff for business or pleasure. Open from 8am until midnight, the stylish lounge bar boasts an all-day menu and stylish décor.
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.