Check in at the Dolphin SA1 and you are a step closer to experiencing everything Swansea has to offer from city centre shopping to the idyll of Swansea Bay to the beautiful Peninsula and everything else in between.
Step outside of the Dolphin SA1 and you are in the heart of Swansea's shopping mecca. Many major brands occupy the quadrant and surrounding pedestrian walkways and why not explore our world famous Swansea market is only a few steps away.
Experience the the sights and sounds of more than 300 years of Welsh industry and innovation at the National Waterfront Museum. Using cutting-edge interactive technology, the Museum puts you in charge of the experience putting the past right at your fingertips.
Whether you're a fan of Premier League football or top-flight rugby, cheering on Swansea City or the Ospreys in the world class Liberty Stadium is a must. So grab a pie and prepare to shout until you’re hoarse at the 20,000 seater Liberty Stadium.
Dylan Thomas was born and raised in Swansea and there are a variety of tours and guides that bring you closer to the man and the myth. An annual Dylan Thomas festival draws visitors from all over the world to celebrate his work.
Swansea's promenade sweeps for five miles from the Civic Centre to the pretty village of Mumbles, a picturesque Victorian seaside resort filled to bursting with quaint cafes and ice cream parlours.
LC is situated alongside the National Waterfront Museum, a short stroll from the Dolphin SA1. It features countless slides and tubes, as well as the opportunity to hone your surfing skills on a never-ending wave.
Mumbles boasts over 120 shops, restaurants and pubs hugging the west side of Swansea Bay. A rich source of great seafood, much of the local produce finds itself being served in the finest establishments of London and Paris. The competition for the premier ice cream parlour in Mumbles remains as fierce as ever.
The dramatic landscape of the Gower Peninsula must be seen to be believed. There are numerous attractions to enjoy and Three Cliffs Bay is regularly voted one of the most dramatic locations in the World not just Britain. The huge sweep of Rhossili Bay, featuring the broad expanse of Llangennith beach is equally awe-inspiring!
On our doorstep you’ll find a host of restaurants, bars and clubs along Wind Street and the Kingsway – the major chains occupy the prime locations, but there are smaller restaurants, pubs and bars within easy walking distance. Head towards the sail masts and the sea and you’ll find two striking pedestrian bridges linking the new SA1 waterfront development and the existing Maritime Quarter with even more choice to stimulate your senses.