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Cardiff Airport Hotels

The choice of hotels offering the traditional 'hotel with free airport parking' package near Cardiff Airport is limited. A room at one of these hotels costs from £50 including 8 days free car parking, depending on the time of year. This is usually a premium of around £30 over the cost of 8 days parking.

There are four hotels offering the traditional 'with free parking' package.

(NB: You can book over the phone with Holiday Extras on 0871 360 2110).

Travelodge:

This 3 star motel-style hotel is within the motorway service area at junction 33 of the M4, approximately 10 miles from the airport. It offers family rooms from £79 including up to 15 days airport parking at an airport car park.

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Sky Plaza Hotel:

This 3 star hotel is just 400 meters from the terminal and offers rooms from £60 including 8 days free airport parking. It has a restaurant and bar, and all rooms feature a TV with satellite, telephone and tea / coffee making facilities.

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Cwm Ciddy Toby:

A small 2 star motel-style hotel located on the outskirts of Barry, approximately 1.5 miles from the airport. With rooms from £50 a night including 8 days airport parking, the hotel facilities include a restaurant and bar. All rooms feature a TV with satellite, telephone and tea / coffee making facilities.

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Park Inn Hotel:

The Park Inn is a 3 star hotel offering rooms from £79 a night with 15 days free airport parking. The hotel is approximately 10 miles from the airport and transfers are via taxi (at a cost of approximately £25 each way). Parking is on site at the hotel, with limited security.

The hotel facilities include a restaurant, bar and fitness club including a pool and gym. All rooms feature a TV with satellite, radio, hair dryer, telephone and tea / coffee making facilities. Click here to visit the Superbreak website