Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Cardiff, Campanile Hotel Cardiff is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Campanile Hotel Cardiff makes it easy to enjoy the best of Cardiff.
Wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Campanile Cardiff offer a flat screen TV, a desk, and a seating area.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, a gift shop, and express check-in and check-out. Guests of Campanile Cardiff are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Cefn Mably Farm Park (2.0 mi) and Cathays Cemetery (2.6 mi), guests of Campanile Hotel Cardiff can easily experience some of Cardiff's most well known attractions.
If you like Asian restaurants, Campanile Hotel Cardiff is conveniently located near Sushi Life, Mowgli's, and Mint & Mustard.
If you’re looking for something to do, National Museum Cardiff is a nice way to spend some time.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Campanile Hotel Cardiff is sure to make your visit to Cardiff one worth remembering.
Although a little 'shabby' in places and in need of some renovation, this hotel is a great place if you are staying with your dog. A lot of the room face a grass area that is perfect fro penny spending. The breakfast is really goos and cooked fresh to order. Sadly the restaurant was not open in the evenings due to Covid. Very good value, but if you are expecting 5 star this is not it.
Stayed at the Campanile in Cardiff for one night, good place to stop, local buses to the centre of Cardiff run frequently and only take approx. 30min. Room basic but clean, comfy and most importantly felt safe. Fans available from reception. Friendly staff at check-in and the hotel bar. Didn't opt for breakfast but there is a Lidl, Greggs and Costa nearby.
My company booked me in here for 5 days! they must really hate me ! it resembles a prison camp for world war 2 and venturing into the rooms ahh no its like a 50s chalet from Hidehi all it needs is Peggie to clean because that is lacking to !! the chipped battle grey paint is a delight ! the rooms have not seen much attention since it opened ! maybe in the 1950s breakfast was a nightmare good job eggs and bacon can swim as they would drawn in stinking fat ! if your 4 feet tall you can shower under a trickle of cold water! any taller forget it! if your on a budget bring a tent or sleep in the car it will be more comfortable jeezzz what a shambles. come on campanile where is that sparkle have you given up on the business
Not one for writing bad reviews but I feel its needed. The manager here, Eric I believe his name really runs this place down. This man is a real aggressive bully and its unbelievable that a hotel would have somebody like this to run it, who has no clue at all how to work in the hospitality industry. The hotel isn't great in itself either, the rooms are grotty and they smell like wet dog. I would really avoid this place.
The first room I was allocated was to the rear of the bedroom block on the ground floor. On entry I noticed a strange strong smell, I left the main door open to try and get rid of the smell. After an hour, I realised it was a dog smell, so I called reception and they said I could change rooms. This room was on level 1 facing the hotel reception. It still smelt slightly but not as bad as the previous one. I appreciate it is only a budget hotel so I didn't set my sights too high. On returning to the room after eating dinner away from the hotel, I was surprised to see there were no lights along the outside corridor so had to make my way carefully along the outside corridor. Not good for health and safety. The cooked breakfast was OK except the baked beans were cold.