Around the hotel | Park Plaza Cardiff

City attractions
Some museums in the city have now reopened including National Museum Cardiff and St Fagans National Museum of History with others to follow. A few Cardiff based attractions have now also reopened their doors for visitors to enjoy including The Royal Mint Experience and the open-air space outside of Cardiff Castle. For inside attractions, it is mandatory to make reservations in advance before entering and you will be provided with a specific timeslot. Arrows have been placed inside indicating a one-way route, as well as signs showing where you should be standing at a 2- metre distance ensuring a safe visit for all. For more information on opening dates for museums and attractions, please visit Visit Cardiff.
Restaurants & Shopping
As of 3 August, many restaurants have reopened and are available for guests to enjoy. We would recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment as due to safety protocols, restaurants are only able to accommodate a certain number of guests per lunch or dinner sitting. Our concierge team will be happy to make reservations for you based on your preference upon arrival. Shopping centres including Queens Arcade, situated in the vibrant city centre and St David’s Dewi Sant have now also reopened. It is compulsory to wear a face mask in all shops and shopping centres.
Travel situation
Trains coming in and out of Cardiff are now available to be booked, for the latest information please visit National Rail. Buses in the city are still running as normal, but you must wear a face mask. Located in the heart of the city centre, Park Plaza Cardiff is within walking distance to Cardiff Castle, where you can currently enjoy the open-air space of the Castle green, free of charge as well as popular shopping centres. Despite being known for its busy city centre, Cardiff has a number of areas not far away but that feel a million miles away from any city life. The Taff Trail stretches the length of the River Taff at 55 miles, starting in Cardiff Bay and finishing in Brecon, whilst passing some unmissable attractions and landmarks. The trail can be walked or cycled with nextbike locations dotted throughout the city centre.

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Cardiff Bay

1.58 mi / 2.54 km from the hotel
Head to Europe's largest waterfront for a day of shopping and sightseeing. Plenty of food and drink options line the bay from sun up until sun down.
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Cardiff International White Water

2.43 mi / 3.91 km from the hotel
Featuring courses designed for training and fun, this adventure center offers activities like white-water rafting, surfing, kayaking, and more.
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Principality Stadium

0.44 mi / 0.71 km from the hotel
Rugby's roots run deep in Wales. Reserve a seat in the country's national stadium and watch the national rugby union team play on their home field.
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St. Fagans National Museum of History

4.17 mi / 6.72 km from the hotel
Learn about the history and legacy of the Welsh people at this free open-air museum located on the grounds of St Fagans Castle near Cardiff.
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1.5 mi / 2.41 km from the hotel
Explore the fascinating world of science at Cardiff Bay through exhibitions, interactive classes and exciting shows suitable for all ages.
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Wales Millennium Centre

1.41 mi / 2.27 km from the hotel
See musicals, operas, ballets and dance performances that will make you laugh, cry and fall in love with the arts all over again.
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