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Cardiff is the capital city with a growing reputation. The highest growth rate for jobs in the UK, a track record for successful major projects and enduring public-private collaboration, have made the Capital of Wales one of the UK’s most striking examples of urban renaissance.
The city is a cultural, academic and business centre with the very best of facilities for all types of conferences and business meetings – and several major new developments will boost the city’s conference appeal.
The Vale Resort, a leading 4 star independent hotel, golf and spa resort, will open a £1m conference centre in summer 2007.
New meeting facilities will also be made available as part of Cardiff Castle’s £7m restoration work, due to be completed
by March 2008.
A new four-star Radisson SAS hotel will open in the city centre in October 2008 as part of the £565m St David’s 2 Project, which will modernise a large portion of Cardiff’s city centre.
These will add to Cardiff’s already impressive facilities. The Wales Millennium Centre, a world class arts and entertainment venue, has further enhanced the city as a prestigious and cosmopolitan destination. Cardiff City Hall and the National Museum and Gallery of Wales form one of the most impressive civic centres in Europe.
The city centre includes a variety of venues, such as The Cardiff International Arena and St David’s Hall. Europe’s largest undercover venue The Millennium Stadium, dominates the Cardiff skyline and is able to cater for a variety of events from the FA Cup Final to major corporate conferences.
Whatever your requirements you can be sure you’ll find the answer in Cardiff. For a professional and free venue finding service, contact Cardiff Conference Bureau who will help ensure your event is a success.