Where connectivity continues to deliver
Cardiff is a city with a vast history and was settled before Stonehenge or the Great Pyramid at Giza were constructed. Today, Cardiff is among Britain’s most exciting cosmopolitan areas with a thriving economy, cultural scene and sport successes.
Nearby, Newport's cathedral city boasts a unique atmosphere and an eclectic economy made up of traditional, electronic and financial industries. It has two special business events venues, the Celtic Manor Resort and the soon to open ICC Wales – a new international convention centre.
- Cardiff Airport has flights to many European destinations as well as Orlando and Qatar.
- Cardiff Central train station is 2 hours 10 minutes from London Paddington by train.
- Newport is 1 hour from both Cardiff and Bristol airports by road.
- Newport is 90 minutes from London by train.
Set in 2,000 acres of parkland, Celtic Manor in Newport is a purpose-built 5-star resort offering capacity for 1,500 delegates in theatre-style seating. With three hotels and 31 meeting rooms, it is accessible and versatile with flexible space for business events and exhibitions.
Previously known as the Millennium Stadium, the Principality Stadium is one of Cardiff’s best equipped conference venues, bringing its rugby theme to life at your next event. The stadium boasts 113 hospitality suites and six large lounges. For larger events, it offers a seating capacity of up to 74,000 delegates.