This hotel is well located just off Junction 43 of the M4 with easy access to Swansea and the picturesque Gower Coast with beautiful beaches. The hotel also offers easy access to the Welsh capital of Cardiff in less than an hour.
Rooms are all decorated in nice maritime blue, yellow and white colours or more striking red and white colours giving them a fresh and modern appearance. All are medium in size, whilst bathrooms although small, are modern and with a shower unit. All rooms at the hotel have direct dial telephones, tea and coffee making facilities, interactive colour televisions with Sky channels, radio channels and pay movie channels.
The breakfast room is to the side of the reception along with the bar area. All guests at Express by Holiday Inn Swansea enjoy free breakfast included in the room rate. The complimentary continental breakfast is served in the Great Room and is a great way to start any day, while the bar is fully licensed and offers a range of drinks.
A modern 3 storey light brown brick building.
The lobby area leads in to the bar, where there is a seating area along with a television. The hotel reception is large and modern.
This is a modern, functional and well kept hotel, typical of this chain. The hotel offers good value for money, close to Swansea. (KB 04/08)
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11 kms to city centre
50 kms to the nearest airport (cardiff international airport)
We had three rooms booked and each of them was in spotless condition. Our request for ground floor rooms had been facilitated and our welcome by Kelly at Reception was first class. She could not have been more helpful. The hotel was very convenient for the 10 minute early morning journey to the ferry bound for Cork. The provision of breakfast at 6.30 a.m. was much appreciated.