The 5 Star St David´s Hotel & Spa creates a striking landmark situated on the waterfront of Cardiff Bay. Dynamic in style, the building incorporates a glass-backed atrium from floor to ceiling, giving a vision of space and natural light. The Hotel boasts one hundred and forty two guest bedrooms, all of which have private balconies and views across the bay. Tides Bar and Grill boasts the best location overlooking Cardiff Bay. Tides Terrace is a spacious and quiet oasis where you can enjoy alfresco dining in the summer weather. The St David´s Spa is the ultimate place in which to harmonise mind and body with a wide range of hydrotherapy treatments.
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"One of the best spas in the UK, the five-star St David’s in Cardiff is ideal for either a break away with friends or to treat your mum. The facilities are fantastic - the marine spa has a series of salted pools to detox the body, or just lie out on a lounger and catch up on the gossip. Treatments use ESPA and Chantecaille, two gentle, natural ranges that really get results. Beyond St David’s head to St Mary’s Street in Cardiff for hedonism or to Cardiff Castle for a more gentle stroll and some sightseeing. The shopping is fantastic and the people are friendly - I’m very fond of Cardiff."
"Every one of the 142 rooms at St David’s has a balcony overlooking Cardiff Bay. Heading downstairs for a drink and a bite to eat in the Tides Terrace you can continue taking in the stunning view across the water, before enjoying a spa treatment, and then heading out to your meeting feeling energised and invigorated."
"All the rage overseas, especially in France, the St David's Hotel and spa in Cardiff are the UKs first marine thalassotherapy spa, which harnesses the unique mineral power of seawater and plants to soothe your stress, smooth your skin and leave you feeling rebalanced. Perfect for spending a day chilling with your girlfriends, there's no snooty airs here, although you'll be treated like a celeb. Great for first-time or seasoned spa-ers alike, the facilities here are wonderful."
"There’s an unmissable walk from St David´s Hotel & Spa all the way round Cardiff Bay. This 1990s dockland redevelopment is Cardiff’s playground. Enroute take in Techniquest, the old port building that is now Harry Ramsden’s Chip Shop, the Pierhead Building, the Bosphorus restaurant, the Wales Millennium Centre, the Welsh Assembly and a reconstruction of the Norwegian Church where Roald Dahl was baptised."
Information on St David's Hotel & Spa , Havannah Street , Cardiff
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: Twin, King, Executive, Jnr Suite, Jnr Bays, Master Suite
|Room rates guide:||
Double/Twin from: £155.00
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Diners, Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome (age restriction in Spa)
Dog Friendly: No
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Satellite TV, Telephone with voice messaging, Highspeed internet access, Air-conditioning, Luxury toiletries, trouser press, Private balcony, safe, hairdryer
Terrace, 10 beauty treatments, relaxation lounge, Health Spa, Indoor ozone swimming pool, hydrotherapy multi-jet marine pools, Poolside sauna, Gym, fitness classes, Bar, lounge, Restaurant, 10 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 270 delegates
|Local directions:||At Junction 33 on M4 join A4232 for approx. 9 miles and take exit sign posted Techniquest Museum. At the roundabout turn left and then first right into Havannah Street.|
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Cardiff (1 mile)
Cardiff (13 miles) (20 mins)
Cardiff Central Station (0.25 miles)
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