Here are a few hotels guaranteed to make your Wales holidays a great one.
Forget about that heiress who looks like a fluffy, pink confection; there’s hope in the Hilton name yet… Welcome to the Hilton Cardiff hotel, a classy, modern building that looks out into the Cardiff Castle; perfect for work or play, the Hilton has facilities such as heated 20-metre pool, a gym, meeting rooms, a business centre, and a number of restaurants. Each room comes with an easy chair, a desk, and an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower and a no-fog mirror; enjoy the comforts of modern living, such as high-speed Internet access, a Sony PlayStation, a 25" TV, a radio, and tea/coffee-makers. You can also find a room with a city view.
Tuck in a plate or two of Welsh specialties at the Razzi restaurant; the Marsh lamb, in particular, is recommended. The breakfast buffet is also served here. You can also have tapas and tea from the futuristic Razzi Piano Bar, which is decked out in colourful glass and white leather stools; if you want to drink while watching a game, head for the STEAM bar, which has a plasma screen TV.
Primp properly at the hotel's LivingWell area, which offers services like waxing, eyelash tinting, manicures, facials, and massages; the soothing Elemis treatment is their specialty.
Beautiful, majestic, and luxurious at the same time, Soughton Hall is a country house that used to be the home of nobility; with 15 lavishly decorated suites, you're in for a wonderful stay. Facilities include TVs, radios, direct-dial telephones, tea/coffee-makers, and en-suite bathrooms; each room offers views of the lush gardens, as well. The hotel also has a library and a bar.
Other Wales hotels include Empire Hotel Llandudno, Quay Hotel & Spa, and Ramada Plaza Wrexham; all are in the northern region.