Welcome to Cardiff, Wales - home to Millennium Stadium! Cheer on your favorite rugby team, be part of a live music concert, or come watch one of the Supercross motor sports or other events under the first retractable roof in the UK. Since hosting the Rugby World Cup in 1999, Millennium Stadium has quickly established itself as a world-class venue.

Millennium Stadium Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Visit Cardiff and get great rates on hotels near Millennium Stadium!

Millennium Stadium Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Marriott Cardiff
Marriott Cardiff
Set in the heart of the capital city of Wales, the Cardiff Marriott makes its home in the colorful Cafe Quarter…more

Additional Hotels:

Marriott Cardiff
Mill Lane
Cardiff CF10 1EZ WX

Hilton Cardiff Hotel
Cardiff CF10 3HH GB

Park Plaza Cardiff
Greyfriars Road
Cardiff CF10 3AL GB

The Angel Hotel
Castle Street
Cardiff CF10 1DW

Radisson Blu
Meridian Gate, Bute Terrace
Cardiff, CF10 2FL GB

Mercure Cardiff Centre
Wharf Road East
Cardiff, CF24 5 GB

About Millennium Stadium

Built to host the 1999 Rugby World Cup, Millennium Stadium is Wales' national stadium and is the home stadium of Wales' national rugby union team. Bligh Lobb Sports Architecture designed it. The stadium also hosts many other events, including the Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain, boxing matches, and concerts from greats such as Madonna and Paul McCartney.

Millennium Stadium opened in June 1999 with a seating capacity of about 75 thousand. It is the third largest stadium in the Six National Championship and the second largest one with a retractable roof. Three-tier seating is available in all sections of the stadium, except for the North Stand, which is two-tiered. The stadium has several bars located throughout the grounds with each bar featuring a "joy machine", a device that can pour 12 pints of beer in less than 20 seconds. A hawk, affectionately known as "Dad" lives on the grounds and is used to help keep seagulls at bay.

Tourists that choose to check out Millennium Stadium can take in a concert, a sporting match, a conference or take a tour with an experienced tour guide. The tour includes guidance through the stadium's dressing rooms, tunnels, hospitality suites and President's box, as well as an up close and personal look at the press conference suite. Television and cinema fans might also enjoy the property, as it was used to film pieces of the popular television show "Doctor Who" as well as the film "28 Weeks Later".

Millennium Stadium is just a short walk from the Cardiff Central Railway Station and is also easily accessible by car. Please keep in mind that certain roads are closed to vehicles on event days.