- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, property conditions & facilities, room comfort
- Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
- 2 min walk
- St. David's Hall
- 6 min walk
- St. David's
- 9 min walk
- Cardiff (CWL-Cardiff Intl.)
- 28 min drive
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About this area
In the city center, Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff is in Cardiff's Cardiff City Centre neighborhood, an area with good shopping. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Sophia Gardens and Barry Island Beach, while St. David's Hall and New Theatre are cultural highlights. Check out an event or a game at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, and consider making time for Barry Island Pleasure Park, a top attraction not to be missed. Our guests appreciate the hotel's central location.
- Cardiff Motorpoint Arena - 2 min walk
- St. David's Hall - 6 min walk
- Cardiff Castle - 9 min walk
- St. David's - 9 min walk
- Principality Stadium - 10 min walk
- Cardiff Central Station - 5 min walk
- Cardiff (CWL-Cardiff Intl.) - 28 min drive
- Filini Restaurant – Serves breakfast and dinner on select days. Reservations required.
About this property
Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff
Awards and affiliations
This property participates in Green Tourism Program, a program that measures the property's impact on one or more of the following: environment, community, cultural-heritage, the local economy.
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- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities
Before coming to the Radisson I had mixed reviews from other people stating that it wasn't as good as it used to be and it has become more of a standard chain lacking in the fine details (which is apart of their vision for the Radisson brand). I'd like to say that the welcome, friendliness, the rooms and the corridors were immaculate and the views are spectacular, the size of the room was great as well as the bathroom. However, there was just a few things that I feel lacked that 'fine detail'. Only 1 sachet of coffee and tea in the room which would be fine for one person but not for a couple. Although, was swiftly rectified once the staff knew and could have easily been a mistake but nevertheless lacking in that fine detail. Secondly, My king size bed was not a full king-size and was more like a double (which would be fine if I wanted a double bed) Also, the bed was not even a complete bed and instead was 2 single beds stuck together! Now for a middle class hotel with a world renowned name who focuses on the fine details I'm sure they can afford a full size bed. However, this hotel is greatly located only a stone's throw from the shopping centre, has parking (although limited), good facilities, is clean and compared to other similar hotels around Cardiff at the time was a reasonable priced. I would stay again, I just hope that I would get a whole bed.