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Hotels near Principality Stadium - Best Western Plus Maldron Hotel

Best Western Plus Maldron Hotel

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St Mary Street, Cardiff (Map)
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lExcellent
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v 0.3 miles from Principality Stadium
t 7 mins walking
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Excellent, 4.35 Based on 1999 Reviews
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Principality Stadium Hotels - Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff

Radisson Blu Hotel Cardiff

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Meridian Gate Bute Terrace, Cardiff (Map)
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lExcellent
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v 0.4 miles from Principality Stadium ( 5 mins )
t 9 mins walking
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Good, 3.65 Based on 2001 Reviews
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The Big Sleep Hotel Cardiff by Compass Hospitality

The Big Sleep Hotel Cardiff by Compass Hospitality

Bute Terrace Glamorgan, Cardiff (Map)
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lGood
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v 0.6 miles from Principality Stadium ( 9 mins )
t 11 mins walking
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Very Good, 4.1 Based on 1121 Reviews
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The Angel Hotel

The Angel Hotel

Our Pick: Top for Nearby Dining
Castle Street, Cardiff (Map)
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lVery Good
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v < 0.1 miles from Principality Stadium
t 1 min walking
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Excellent, 4.45 Based on 1278 Reviews
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Park Plaza Cardiff

Park Plaza Cardiff

Greyfriars Road, Cardiff | Area: Cardiff Centre (Map)
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lExcellent
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v 0.4 miles from Principality Stadium
t 7 mins walking
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Very Good, 4.15 Based on 1675 Reviews
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ibis Cardiff Centre

ibis Cardiff Centre

Churchill Way, Cardiff (Map)
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lVery Good
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v 0.6 miles from Principality Stadium ( 6 mins )
t 11 mins walking
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Very Good, 4.2 Based on 1263 Reviews
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The Royal Hotel Cardiff

The Royal Hotel Cardiff

88 St Mary's Street, Cardiff (Map)
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lVery Good
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v 0.2 miles from Principality Stadium
t 4 mins walking
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Excellent, 4.3 Based on 1700 Reviews
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Marriott Cardiff

Marriott Cardiff

Mill Lane, Cardiff (Map)
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lExcellent
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v 0.3 miles from Principality Stadium
t 7 mins walking
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Very Good, 4.1 Based on 1295 Reviews
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Sleeperz Hotel Cardiff

Sleeperz Hotel Cardiff

Station Approach Saunders Road, Cardiff (Map)
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lVery Good
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v 0.3 miles from Principality Stadium
t 6 mins walking
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Excellent, 4.4 Based on 1381 Reviews
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Hilton Cardiff

Hilton Cardiff

Kingsway, Cardiff (Map)
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lExcellent
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v 0.3 miles from Principality Stadium
t 6 mins walking
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Excellent, 4.3 Based on 1492 Reviews
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Jurys Inn Cardiff

Jurys Inn Cardiff

1 Park Place, Cardiff | Area: Cardiff Centre (Map)
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lExcellent
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v 0.4 miles from Principality Stadium ( 3 mins )
t 9 mins walking
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Very Good, 4 Based on 974 Reviews
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Cardiff Sandringham Hotel

Cardiff Sandringham Hotel

21 St Mary Street, Cardiff (Map)
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lVery Good
v 0.3 miles from Principality Stadium
t 5 mins walking
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#2 Rated

Principality Stadium Reviews

This venue is ranked #2 of 5 rated venues in Cardiff

OVERALL AVERAGE SCORE: 
VERY GOOD (4 out of 5)

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5

Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Enfield Thu, 2 April 2009

Having visited the Millenium Stadium on at least five occasions I can honestly say that it is without a doubt the best stadium in the world. The design is absolutely fantastic; wherever you sit, be it in the heavens, in the middle or on the ground level you feel like you're almost a part of the game due to the fantastic views. I've seen a number of different events there; from the Rolling Stones to Six Nations Rugby matches (being there when Wales won the Grand Slam in 2005 was without a doubt the best moment of my life!), and each different event has been fantastically organised. HOWEVER! the one slight fault has to be the fact that the bars, and particularly the toilets tend to get extremely crouded on match day, to the point where, when I was there for the England Wales 6 Nations Match in February, people were forced to urinate in the sinks due to lack of space. However, the beers were flowing and it was all a bit of a laugh; another funny memory of another great day out at the Millenium Stadium.

Liked: Atmosphere and view is second to none
Disliked: Toilets and bars get very busy!

4

Very Good - 4 out of 5

, Cambs Sun, 11 November 2007

I was at the Millennium Stadium for the Calzaghe v Kessler fight on Saturday. I must admit I am not a huge boxing fan but ended up having a fab time. The Millennium Stadium is amazing and the atmosphere made the night. Only down side was the bar queues they were huge and a bit of a free for all!

Liked: Amazing Atmosphere
Disliked: Bar queues - no choice of drinks

4

Very Good - 4 out of 5

, Cambridge Mon, 5 November 2007

I'm just back from watching Joe Calzaghe beat Mikkel Kessler at the Millennium Stadium - an estimated 50,000 people were in Cardiff to watch the event and it proved well worth the £85 I spent for my ticket. We were seated at the front of the middle tier, and the view was superb - no need to look at the big screens since we were well within viewing distance of the boxing ring. The evening consisted of about 12 or 13 boxing bouts, many of them quick four, 3 minute round bouts. The atmosphere wasn't great in the early part of the evening, most people concentrating on drinking beer to really care too much about the warmup fights. The queues for beer in the stadium were terrible, probably caused by the fact that people weren't allowed to take any drinks at all to their seats, so in between fights there were massive scrambles for the bars. But the showpiece of the evening, although starting late in the evening (1.30a.m.) really proved worth the wait - both boxers fought incredibly well, and the Millennium Stadium was buzzing - one of the greatest fights I've seen in a long time. I'd definitely recommend the Millennium Stadium to anyone - the atmosphere is electric. That said, a lot of that was down to the skills of one of the greatest boxers of our generation, Super Joe Calzaghe!

Liked: The atmosphere was incredible
Disliked: Unorderly queues for beer

1

Poor - 1 out of 5

Tue, 30 October 2007

I have tickets for Calzaghe v Kessler on Saturday, and have had real problems booking a hotel near the Millennium Stadium - everywhere within 20km is fully booked!! I would stongley advise people wishing to book accommodation near the Millennium Stadium to do it as far in advance as possible - I now know for next time!

5

Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Cardiff Mon, 29 October 2007

I really do believe the Millennium Stadium is one of the UK's top sports stadiums. I've been three times and each time it just seems to get better and better. With a capacity of over 70,000 the atmosphere is just electrifying (especially when the roof is on)! I have not yet had the oppotunity to visit the new Wembley but I seriously think it will be hard pushed to beat the all mighty Millennium Stadium!

Liked: Atmosphere is electric!
Disliked: None

5

Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Bath Mon, 29 October 2007

I went to see the Rugby at the Millenium Stadium which was an amazing experience. The stadium is huge, inside there are plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from as well as shops selling souvenirs.

Liked: Good choice of bars + restaurants

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