Premier luxury hotel located in the heart of the Welsh city
Within walking distance of both the main railway station and the Quadrant shopping centre, the Dragon Hotel Swansea is truly at the heart of the city centre. Despite this, the hotel offers guests a calming and peaceful stay, thanks in part to its in-house amenities.
Guests visiting this 4-star establishment can expect luxurious accommodation, fine dining, and relaxing activities. Each of the 106 guestrooms includes en-suite bathroom facilities, and all have been recently refurbished. Sporting simple yet elegant dcor, rooms also include a number of facilities to make the stay that much more comfortable.
Each room includes controllable air-conditioning, key-card access, flat screen TV, telephone, and hairdryer as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Wi-Fi internet access and in-room movies are available at a surcharge.
The Dragon Brasserie, an in-house restaurant, has been awarded an AA Rosette for its fine European cuisine. Its genteel atmosphere and delicious dishes make it a popular choice amongst guests dining within the city. As well as serving breakfast daily, the restaurant also provides a traditional Sunday carvery as well as snacks and light meals throughout the day.
Guests looking to relax can retire to the restaurants lounge area of even the Piano bar, which doubles as a restaurant in its own right and includes an extensive drinks list. The lounge and bar are the perfect places for relaxing before or after a trip into the city.
Also found within the Dragon Hotel Swansea is the Dragon Health & Leisure Club. Guests are entitled to use the facilities, which include heated indoor swimming pool, separate saunas for men and women, gymnasium, and a number of holistic treatments, free of charge. The club is popular with guests and locals alike.
Once relaxed, guests can head into the city and enjoy many of Swanseas attractions. The coastal city features a number of locations that prove popular with tourists. The Maritime Quarter, a reimagined dockland area, includes a large marina full of luxury yachts and other sea fairing vessels. The region has been renovated to appeal to tourists and includes the National Waterfront Museum.
Along the coastline Swansea features a six kilometre stretch of beaches as well as a traditional seaside promenade. Oxwich Bay is known as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. As well as the coast, a number of public parks can be found across the city which allow for a relaxing change of pace. Clyne Valley Country Park is a popular destination for cyclists and walkers alike, offering some truly stunning scenery.
Visitors looking to let their hair down should head to the Wind Street area. Here caf culture is rife during the day, whilst evening sees the street become extremely lively with bars and pubs. Its here that many visitors happily dance and drink the night away. Water-sports are also prevalent around the coast with sailing, surfing, and windsurfing being popular choices.
After a busy day, guests can return to the Dragon Hotel Swansea to relax again and enjoy the comfort of the hotel and its amenities.