The kid-friendly hotel right in the centre of Cardiff close to all the top attractions | The Sun

Housed in an imposing four-storey neo-classical Victorian building, Leonardo Hotel is perfectly positioned in the city centre, but with decent rates.

Read on to find out more about the rooms and what it's like inside?

Where is Leonardo Hotel Cardiff?

The hotel has a great location near the train station, but still has lots of parking if you want to drive.

It's right in the heart of the Welsh capital, so close to all the top attractions.

What is Leonardo Hotel Cardiff like?

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Grand on the outside but spacious and modern on the inside, the hotel is comfortable and functional.

Part of the Leonardo Hotel chain, you can expect clean and tidy rooms maintained to a good standard.

It's suited to holidaying families and couples on a mini-break, or anyone visiting Wales for work or pleasure.

What is there to do at Leonardo Hotel Cardiff?

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Cardiff is a compact city, easily explored on foot.

Whether you want to visit Cardiff Castle, the National Museum, watch a game of rugby at the Principality Stadium, take a sight-seeing tour, or just enjoy browsing the stores on Queen Street.

What is there to eat and drink at Leonardo Hotel Cardiff?

There’s a restaurant in the hotel – The Oddsocks Bar & Kitchen – with a crowd-pleasing menu.

But it’s also worth exploring the food scene in the rest of the city.

There’s lots of great independent choices – such as The Potted Pig and family-run Italian Bellini’s.

What are the rooms like at Leonardo Hotel Cardiff?

The hotel has 142 bedrooms which come with all the usual amenities you would expect, including flatscreen TV, fridge and freebie bathroom goodies, and you will get a decent night’s kip on a comfy mattress.

The large family rooms deserve a special mention, too.

How much is Leonardo Hotel Cardiff?

Doubles cost from £75 per night. Click here to book.

Is Leonardo Hotel Cardiff family friendly?

Very much so.

Families can all pile into one large room, plus there's plenty of kid-friendly food like pizza, pasta and burgers.

Is there access for guests with disabilties?

Yes, there are lifts for wheelchair users as well as disabled toilets in main areas of the hotel, plus a few accessible rooms for wheelchair users.

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Accessible rooms come with extra wide doorways, low level tables, and accessible bathrooms with emergency alarms.

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