Cardiff Serviced Apartments


Serviced Apartments in Cardiff

At Citybase Apartments, we want you to make the most out of your next city break, so we've sought out the best serviced apartments in Cardiff, and popular cities around the world. The thriving capital of Wales, Cardiff has long been famous for its strong industrial heritage, major festivals, and local attractions. Enjoy your private escape in the heart of it all. 

We have a number of fully serviced apartments right in the centre of Cardiff, so you can stay near the docks, or further uptown. The best thing about staying in a serviced apartment is that you won’t just feel like you’re visiting – you'll feel like you’re really living in the middle of the city. Plus, with more space than an equivalent hotel you’ll be free to relax and soak in the city lifestyle. 

Why should you visit Cardiff

Cardiff’s history spans over 6,000 years, from being a small roman settlement in 75 A.D to a vibrant and lively city. The capital of Wales has a great deal to offer visitors, whether it’s a romantic stroll around the castle grounds, or along the harbour front, or for a thrilling day out trying your hand at white water rafting at The Cardiff International White Water. Cardiff is a must for everyone, big or small and whatever interests you may hold.

Cardiff also offers people a wonderful amount of retail therapy and a variety of shops, from vintage, pre-loved clothes to high tech stores for the latest gadgets. With all this to offer as well as a cultural and art scene, Cardiff is guaranteed to never be boring.

New to Serviced Apartments?

Serviced apartments in Cardiff offer close proximity to attractions around the city, as well as the city centre and shopping districts. Cardiff serviced apartments offer guests, space and flexibility with their stay and a great alternative to other accommodation options.

Serviced apartments allow guests to cook at their own convenience, with fully equipped kitchens or kitchenettes. With this feature it means that guests don’t have to spend extra expense eating out every night. On-site facilities mean that guests are always catered for, from maid services, fitness centres and laundry services. Serviced Apartments offer the best of the services that hotels can offer, but with the added extra of more space, privacy, and flexibility.


Things to do in Cardiff

The focal point of Cardiff is without a doubt, the castle, which is the centre of the city and the main attraction for tourists and residents. Established as a Roman fort in 50 A.D and continuously maintained through the Norman era and following centuries. The castle and site has withstood the test of time and a trip to Cardiff is not complete without a visit to this amazing attraction.

Cardiff can spark many interests, from a boat ride around the harbour to see the Norwegian Church were Roald Dahl was baptised, to the Techniquest science and discovery centre. This cities diverse range of attractions, culture, and adventures offer guests everything they could possibly want from a city and more. With family-friendly attractions as well as romantic couple venues, Cardiff is great for all types of stays. For solo travellers and groups of friends Cardiff plays a great role in bringing people together and entertaining lone travellers equally.

Best time of the year to visit Cardiff

Citybase recommends guests travel around the summer months (June – September) to Cardiff. During this period, although the English weather can be unpredictable, it is less likely to rain as you explore the outside grounds of Cardiff Castle and the beautiful scenery of Bute Park. Take a boats ride around the bay in the summer months and enjoy the breeze as you discover the buildings overlooking the water’s edge. Even so, there are still many attractions to enjoy in the winter months and keeping warm with a mug of hot chocolate in a stunning welsh restaurant overlooking the city is never unwelcome.

Places to eat in Cardiff

From contemporary independent restaurants with views over the bay, to chain Italian eateries within walking distance of the shops, Cardiff has it all.
Cardiff is full of international food, with wonderful Pan-Asian restaurants focusing on an explosion of oriental flavours and specialising in Japanese and Chinese cuisine. If you are thinking of cooking for family or friends then take a trip over to Cardiff market. Housed in a magnificent Victorian building, Cardiff market is a hub of fresh fruit, veg, and a variety of tempting and tasty treats that will appease any taste bud.