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Radisson Blu Hotel, Cardiff

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Experience the energy of Cardiff city centre from this hotel

Find trendy restaurants, great shopping and many cultural attractions in the revitalised Cardiff city centre. The hotel is just steps from St David’s shopping centre, which is home to Wales’ largest department store, John Lewis. Be sure to catch a rugby match at the new symbol of Cardiff’s success, the impressive Millennium Stadium, and then spend some wibbly wobbly time at the Doctor Who Experience. Discover 2,000 years of history at the Cardiff Castle, and witness the bright future of Cardiff at the Senedd.

City tour options

Cardiff on Foot offers a variety of walking tours that guide you through each step of Cardiff’s long history. Take in Bute Park, city centre, Cardiff Bay, battlefields and other historical sites around the city as you learn about the storied past of this Welsh city. Get to know the Romans, Welsh princes, Norman lords, martyrs, pirates, revolutionaries and marquesses that bring Cardiff’s history to life.

You can also explore our beautiful and fascinating city by bike. Cardiff Cycle Tours takes advantage of the city’s flat land so that you can enjoy a ride through Cardiff without much effort. Explore parks, bays, wetlands and landmarks, and see the history of Wales unfold at a leisurely pace.

Nearby attractions

Nearby shopping

  • The Hayes shopping street - 200 m
  • John Lewis - 400 m
  • St. David's - 400 m
  • Debenhams - 850 m
  • House of Fraser - 1 km
  • Morgan Arcade - 1 km
  • Royal Arcade - 1 km

Wales Millennium Stadium

The Millennium Stadium is a remarkable feat of engineering. Built in 1999, it was the first stadium in the UK to have a retractable roof and continues to maintain its cutting-edge reputation with new installments. The stadium is considered one of the premier sporting venues in the world, hosting the Rugby World Cup, the British Speedway Grand Prix and concerts by international stars like Bon Jovi.

Nearby event venues