Price comparison: unique hotels
Wales has plenty of luxury hotels to choose from, whether you’re interested in visiting the country’s capital city, a rural retreat or a seaside hideaway. Wherever the location, some of the features shared by luxury hotels in Wales are thoughtfully prepared menus with emphasis on fresh, local produce, tastefully decorated rooms and indulgent spa facilities.
Soak up the culture in Cardiff
As the capital city of Wales, Cardiff has an abundance of cultural attractions. For music lovers St David’s Hall is located centrally and is close to shops, hotels and restaurants. St David’s Hall is at the heart of the Welsh classical music scene, playing host to nationally and internationally recognised orchestras regularly.
Spas and relaxation in Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire is a relaxing retreat for anyone who needs a break from the bustle of the city. Calming waves roll against the shore, and kilometres of flat sandy beaches cry out to be wandered on. The seaside towns of Saundersfoot and Tenby are a great place to take in some fresh air with a walk along the clifftops; cares slip away as the fishing boats bob in the harbour below.