5 Star Hotels in Wales Guide


Guide to Five Star Hotels in Wales

Wales is home to a hospitable population, proud of their language, history, and architecture, and its tourism industry reflects this well. There are some magnificent hotels that cater to all sorts of tastes in service, décor and cuisine.

The Celtic Manor Resort is a five star hotel and spa, which provides an extraordinary quality of services. Located in Newport, South Wales, it is the host of the Ryder Cup in 2010, with its exquisite golf courses, some of which were designed specifically for the Cup itself. The Resort Hotel consists of 330 rooms and 32 suites, whereas the Manor House has another 70 bedrooms to offer. Apart from the golfing side of things, there are Spas and Health Clubs that provide a relaxing ambience with their various treatments and facilities such as Jacuzzis and Saunas. Various cuisines are available to enjoy, from European to Mediterranean, with bars and terraces to enjoy the lush view.

St David’s Hotel and Spa is Cardiff’s finest, located at the waterfront of Cardiff Bay with a very contemporary, eye catching exterior and lavish interior to make your stay worth it. The atrium has a floor-to-ceiling build of glass, which gives it an air of spaciousness and modernity. Each of the 132 bedrooms has its own private balcony with a view to the Bay, and its terraces are a great relaxing spot, especially in the summer time. Also, the St David’s Spa is renowned for its hydrotherapy treatments among others. There is also a 15-metre ozone exercise pool which is always a new and enjoyable experience for many. The well talented chefs are pros at making three course meals as well your afternoon snack or tea. It is located close to Cardiff’s exciting attractions, other than the Bay itself, there is Techniquest, Cardiff Castle and The Millennium Stadium.

The Sychnant Pass House Hotel, located near Conwy, is at the bottom of the Snowdonia National Park. The rooms are all decorated with a twist of individuality, with detailed furnishings that please the eye. Due to the uniqueness of each room, there are some with French windows, others with their own Jacuzzis. The restaurant is ranked high for its seasonally changing menu and most of the food is sourced locally, with delicious wines to compliment each flavour.







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