Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Cardiff, Travelodge Cardiff Central is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Travelodge Cardiff Central makes it easy to enjoy the best of Cardiff.
Rooms at Travelodge Cardiff Central Hotel offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with paid wifi.
Close to some of Cardiff's most popular landmarks, such as Motorpoint Arena Cardiff (0.2 mi) and Swalec Stadium (0.9 mi), Travelodge Cardiff is a great destination for tourists.
Cardiff has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like The Old Custom House, Le Monde, and Youngers Fish Bar, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you are interested in exploring Cardiff, check out a castle, such as Cardiff Castle.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Travelodge Cardiff Central is sure to make your visit to Cardiff one worth remembering.
As normal, I a good stay at a Travelodge and at a very competitive rate half the price than in Newport. My reservation is that the hotel is on one of the main roads and I know how busy these can get on popular nights out etc so I expect it’s a very noisy venue on some evenings.
This place never fails to disappoint for me. Location is ideal for anyone taking the train. Also bang in the middle of the town centre so easily accessible for food / drink / entertainment purposes. Room was spacious and clean. Shower one of the best I’ve had in a hotel and I stay in many. Special mention to Chloe on reception who was super super helpful and professional. Managed my personal needs with care and attention ensuring I got the room needed for me. Sounds easy but it’s not and is sadly a missing thing that’s days. I wlll 100% always pick this place when I’m next in Cardiff. Thank you guys. From Mr C
We stayed here mid week and enjoyed ourselves a lot. We were up on the 3rd floor, which was quiet (we didn’t hear anyone else all night!). The staff were lovely and very welcoming and the room was very clean. A cot had been set up for our little boy and bedding was included, which was a pleasant surprise . All in all it was a great stay and we would definitely recommend as a great place to stay mid-week for a family get away.
I stayed in room 215 for one night when I went to Cardiff to see a show at St David’s Hall. My train arrived at 11.30am, and I had something on at the Millennium Centre at 12.30pm, so I had hoped to leave my bag at the hotel while I went there, as it was too early for check in, however I was told they didn’t have amywhere to keep bags. They advised me that there were lockers at St David’s, however that was in the complete opposite direction of the Millennium Centre. Thankfully, I was allowed to take my bag in with me at the Millennium Centre (NOT Donald Gordon Theatre - something else there), although I didn’t know this at the time, and it did mean and hour’s walk there and back with a backpack on my back. Still, that was the only niggle. I stayed in room 215, which was the perfect room to stay in, as it faced the back rather than the front of the hotel, so it was nice and quiet, and I had a peaceful night’s sleep. I don’t think I’d have got a peaceful night’s sleep had I been in a room facing the front of the hotel. Even though it was a Sunday night, when I came back to the hotel after the show at St David’s Hall, coming up to 10.30pm, there were still things going. Bars and clubs were open, and music was pumping. I saw the following day at the club directly opposite the hotel that they had live music 7 days a week from 9pm, so I definitely wouldn’t have had a good night’s sleep had I been facing the front of the hotel! Room 215 was great, though. The bed was large and comfy. There was a good telly with a good sized screen, and on the whole it worked well, but channel 30, which I wanted to watch, didn’t work. Not a massive issue, though. There was a kettle in the room with tea, coffee and sugar sachets, but no sweetener or biscuits. There were 4 pots of milk, 2 sachets of tea, 4 sachets of coffee and only three sachets of sugar. Perhaps they could add two more pots of milk and 3 sachets of sugar? There was a lack of sockets in the room - 3 in total, and one was taken up by the telly and one was taken up by the kettle, although I took the kettle plug out when not in use so I could use my straighteners in it while the free socket was taken up by my phone charger. It would have been nice to have had a socket for a plug and USB ports by the bed though as I use my phone alarm in the morning. The bed was very comfy, including the pillows, and I slept well. I couldn’t hear any noise from other guests when they were inside their rooms, only when they were walking back along the corridor to their rooms. The cleaners made an almighty noise when cleaning the rooms though. They were shouting at each other whilst working rather than talking at a normal level. Room was a decent size. There wasn’t a proper wardrobe, but there was a kind of wardrobe without doors you could say, with hangers and shelves for your clothes and things. Room temperature was good on the whole. It did get a little hot the following morning, so I opened the window, and it was fine then. I could see there was a temperature control panel on the radiator too, so it was easy to control the temperature if needed. Bathroom had a bath and shower, with a hand wash dispenser next to the sink, and a hair and body gel dispenser on the wall by the bath/shower, and that was it as far as toiletries went. A facecloth wasn’t provided, so bring your own. Towels were provided, though. The hotel doesn’t have a restaurant facility, however it does provide a breakfast bag with a small continental style breakfast if you wish. There are however plenty of places nearby that serve food, including a Wetherspoons next door, so I went there for breakfast this morning. For supper last night, and dinner today before catching the train home, I went to Côte Brasserie, which was a short walk from the hotel. The hotel is in a very convenient location. A very short walk from Cardiff Central Train Station, plenty of bars and restaurants nearby, and close to shops, St David’s area being the closest. The room could do with a bit of a refurb - certainly a new carpet, as it was really bad - badly stained - but that’s not a major issue. It was a quiet and comfortable room, which are my main priorities. Free wifi for 30 minutes is available, otherwise it’s £3 for half an hour. Drinks machine (bottles of coke etc) is in reception, but currently out of order, so bring your own bottles of pop if, like me, you wake up thirstu ar night. There’s a Tesco Express nearby though, around the corner from the BBC, which I think is open until 11pm. I went here to pick up a few bottles of pop earlier in the day to last me for my trip, including the journey home. I would stay here again, but I would request room 215 or similar - I couldn’t stay here if it meant a room facing the front of the hotel.…
Room was reasonable and staff was friendly, only down side was no food options in the hotel, but with a wetherspoons next door it was not that much of a big deal. Would have been 5 stars otherwise. Ideal for rail travellers as two minute walk from station
Well priced, comfortable rooms. Perfect for a 1-2 night stopover / city break Rooms are always clean, well aired & tidy You walk out of the front door & you can get to the castle, Principality stadium, museums, art galley & nightlife within a few minutes’ walk. Train station is just behind the hotel & you can park there for £13 per 24h
travelodge cardiff central, close to the central train station, handy for shops and bars, desperately needs a total refurb, many stag and hen people, in saying that there was mass screeching from the girls down the same corridor as us when getting ready before going out but not much noise later thankfully, all aspects of the hotel needs updating badly, clean enough but carpets, bathrooms and and bedrooms very tired, staff excellent, very friendly
Perfectly placed just yards from the train station and lots of bars, shops and restaurant. Clean, basic and very friendly staff. Good cheap overnight stay. I imagine it could be busy on the weekend due to it's location.
I know this hotel is cheap but it still should be up to a standard that all other travelodges are at. Room smelt of cigarettes, bathroom was disgusting with stains in bathtub and a cleaner came into our room without a knock or warning. The holes in the walls had been filled but not painted over and just was a grubby room. The staff were unprofessional as we heard them talking about us in the corridor when we were over our check out time because I was ill during the night and they all stood outside smoking a cigarette when we left giving us dirty looks.
Great location staff was so nice and friendly and professional however rooms old and worn smelt Its okay for a quick night out if you wanted to just chuck your belongings in very basic good value for money just needs an indepth clean and revamp
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