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Top tips for finding the perfect North-Wales hotel
If you are interested in staying in hotels in North Wales with 24h front desks, we recommend The New Alexandra Hotel or the County Hotel in Llandudno. Both hotels have staff working throughout the day and night, ideal if you think you will arrive late at night and need to check in outside of normal hours.
If you would like to stay in hotels in North Wales that don’t require you to take public transport, we would suggest the Quay Hotel and Spa in Deganwy or the Black Boy Inn in Caernarfon. Both hotels offer an airport shuttle, so you can relax and take in the scenery as they take you from the nearest airport to your accommodation.
If you are looking to stay in hotels in North Wales that are close to the beach, we recommend the Central Hotel in Llandudno, situated on the seafront. Water sports activities, such as windsurfing and fishing, are also available here. Alternatively, you can simply relax and enjoy the sea views at the Llandudno Hotel, also right on the beach.
If you would like to bring your faithful companion along with you on your travels, then we suggest staying at the Bull – Beaumaris hotel or the Gwesty Links Hotel in Llandudno, as they are both pet-friendly. They may charge an extra fee for your pet and require advance notice, but they offer you the chance to take the whole family with you on your holiday.
If you are fancy playing a round of golf during your stay in North Wales, then we recommend the Conwy Valley Lodge in Conwy or the Management Centre in Bangor. Both are close to nearby golf courses and can help you organise a round or two during your stay.
FAQs when booking a hotel in North-Wales
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in North-Wales.
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Caernarfon (38% of total searches to North-Wales). The next most popular destinations are Chester (25%) and Conwy (25%). Searches for hotels in Betws-y-Coed (13%) are also popular.
KAYAK users have found double rooms in North-Wales for as cheap as S$ 33 (Llandudno) in the last 3 days. The average price is S$ 203.
In the last 72 hours, users have found North-Wales hotels for tonight for as low as S$ 87 (Llandudno). Users have also found 3-star hotels from S$ 87 (Llandudno) and 4-star+ hotels from S$ 132 (Llandudno).
If you or someone you are travelling with has reduced mobility or a disability, we recommend staying at the Winchmore Hotel, offering ground floor accommodation and rooms with wheelchair access. The accessible rooms have roll-in showers and adapted baths, and the hotel lifts connect to the upper floors. The Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Wrexham too has ground floor accommodation, wheelchair accessible rooms and lifts to upper floors whilst their bathrooms are equipped with shower chairs, roll-in showers and toilets with grab rails.
If you plan to host an event or a meeting in North Wales, we suggest you stay somewhere with a meeting room or banqueting and event facilities, such as the Grand Hotel Llandudno or the St George’s Hotel. Both hotels offer fax and photocopying services, can hold events and can provide conference rooms for meetings.
If you plan on travelling with small children or babies, there are plenty of hotels offering family facilities and services. The Berwyn Guest House has interconnected and family rooms available and offers babysitting and childcare services. The Winchmore Hotel also has family rooms and provides kids meals and children's TV networks to keep the little ones entertained during your stay.
Where to stay in North-Wales?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in North-Wales by showing you the exact location of each hotel.