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Copthorne Hotel Cardiff Caerdydd
Copthorne Way
Culverhouse

Cardiff
South Wales

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This beautiful hotel with a warm Welsh welcome is just 4 miles (6.4 km) from Cardiff city centre and the Millennium Stadium. The Copthorne is an ideal base for exploring the many attractions that this young and vibrant city has to offer, as well as enjoying a weekend break, fine dining or the theatre in Wales. Venture further out to the Gower coastline or Rhondda Valley for spectacular views and walks. The hotel is equipped with plenty of facilities including an on-site leisure club which offers the facilities above as well as a 15-metre swimming pool, aerobic studio and hair salon. The Copthorne also offers extensive conference and banqueting facilities.

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Ratings/Awards: Four Star
Number of Rooms: 135
Number Ensuite: 135
Nearest Airport: Cardiff
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Restaurant

Name: Raglans
Cuisine: A La Carte
Chef: John O'Reilly
Awards: AA Rosette

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