For all enquiries, please contact Janet Smith, Venues Manager (Janet.Smith@rwcmd.ac.uk).
Our magnificent three-story high glass atrium foyer and open-air terrace overlooking the Grade I listed Bute Park and Cardiff Castle and is one of Cardiff’s most sought-after locations.
Our spectacular venues are available on an exclusive-use basis for up to 200 seated dinner guests and up to 500 reception guests.
Two further rooms seating up to 50 guests are housed in our historic Anthony Hopkins Centre, the original Cardiff Castle stables building. With its stunning open-air courtyard and tree-lined avenue, this venue is a very impressive entrance for your guests.
You’ll be supported by our full team giving you the highest standards of professional event management, experienced technical support, fine quality catering, welcoming customer care and star performance talent.
Let us host your event – you’ll be in the best company...
“Thank you so much for helping to make last night such a fantastic evening. Everything was wonderful and as we know a lot of work goes on in the background to make it a success. The staff on duty could not have done more they were so helpful and pleasant... and the performers – what talent! I hope I get the opportunity to work with you again.”
Lieutenancy for Mid Glamorgan
“I wanted to express my sincere thanks to you and you team for helping to make our evening truly magical. The food, ambience and running of the evening were truly excellent; your professionalism and dedication are simply second to none and I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending your services and the venue to others. I sincerely hope to work with you again sometime in the future.”
“A huge thank you to you and the team for a wonderful event on Saturday night for our Tennis Wales awards. The staff were all highly professional, friendly and helpful and we’ve had so much positive feedback. Everyone at my table spoke about the quality of the food and in particular the beautiful desserts! As you know we debated about whether or not to use the hall for the awards presentation...and you were right it really made the event.”