Ultracomida duo to open Vermut  bar restaurant in Cardiff

Ultracomida to double up in Cardiff

By Joe Lutrario

The husband-and-wife team behind Wales-based Spanish bar and restaurant group Ultracomida are to open a second site in Cardiff bringing their total number of venues to four.

Tommy Heaney Heaney’s

Flash-grilled: Tommy Heaney

By Joe Lutrario

The Irish chef left The Great House in Laleston earlier this year to focus on his eponymous restaurant in Cardiff.

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Hotel prices triple for Six Nations

By Liam Garrahan

Hotel prices in the UK have risen dramatically as inbound sports tourism increases for the RBS Six Nations championships, according to Trivago.

Steak of the Art has opened a second site in Cardiff following the success of its first restaurant in Bristol

Steak of the Art opens Cardiff restaurant

By Noli Dinkovski

Steak of the Art, the restaurant concept that serves steaks and other meats in an art gallery setting, has opened a second site in Cardiff.

Memaid Quay in Cardiff Bay has been behind the growth of the hospitality sector in the Welsh capital which now boasts 547 bars and restaurants

Hospitable cities: Spotlight on Cardiff

By Peter Ruddick

In the fourth part of our UK hospitable cities feature, BigHospitality is turning attention to the only capital city on our list. Cardiff is a major European capital but does the Welsh city have a capital hospitality offering and what is driving growth...

IHG has 44 Hotel Indigo properties around the world, with 53 in the pipeline

IHG’s boutique Hotel Indigo brand hits Wales

By Luke Nicholls

Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) is continuing to expand its boutique hotel brand Hotel Indigo with the signing of Hotel Indigo Cardiff, the first Hotel Indigo to open in Wales.

Cardiff is the sociable and going out hotspot of the UK, according to a new survey by CitySocialising

Cardiff the top UK city for socialising and going out

By Peter Ruddick

Cardiff has been declared the most social city in the UK with residents of the Welsh capital most likely to go out and meet others in its restaurants, bars and pubs, according to social network CitySocialising.

The Hooters uniform consists of orange shorts and a white tank top

Hooters to open in Cardiff, Brighton and Bristol

By Natasha Devan

American restaurant chain Hooters, known for its female waitresses, has received permission to open a site in Cardiff and has filed applications to open sites in both Brighton and Bristol

Llangoed Hall Hotel in the Brecon Beacons

Legacy to operate Laura Ashley hotel

By Becky Paskin

Legacy Hotels and Resorts is to operate its eighth property in Wales, the four-star Llangoed Hall Hotel in the Brecon Beacons

Cardiff Gets Cheesy

Cardiff Gets Cheesy

By Claire Miller

The Great British Cheese Festival relocates to a great British castle


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