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Published on Monday, January 11, 2021

EasyHotel opens its first hotel in Wales

International value hotel chain EasyHotel has started taking bookings for its first ever Welsh location in central Cardiff, opening in mid-March.

Due to open on 15 March, the 120-bedroom hotel - which is still in the process of being built - is close to the city's main attractions, a five-minute walk from Cardiff Queen Street railway station and, for rugby fans, a 20-minute walk from the Principality Stadium.

The hotel will create 10 new jobs in the area and marks the latest hotel development in the group's expansion plan. It takes the total number of EasyHotels to 41 across the UK and Europe.

Neil Fidler, Digital Marketing Manager at EasyHotel said: "It is absolutely thrilling to be opening our first ever hotel in Wales in this brilliant, vibrant, culture-rich city. Wales is famous for some of the best things in life and has so much to offer, from nail biting rugby matches to world renowned singers, great food and the famous red dragon. We can't wait to start welcoming guests."

To qualify for the £24.99 per night promotional room rate, guests need to sign up to EasyHotel's free membership scheme clubBedzzz at

The EasyHotel chain was founded in 2004 by Sir Stelios Haji Ioannou and is now 71.6% owned by ICAMAP Investments S.a.r.l and Ivanhoé Cambridge. 

By Louise Longman, Contributing Editor (UK)

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