• The Principal Hotels
    • Cardiff
    • Edinburgh
    • Glasgow
    • Leeds
    • London
    • Manchester
    • Oxford
    • Surrey
    • York
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    Designated the capital of Wales in 1955, Cardiff is a port city that has become an important political and cultural centre in the UK.

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    Scotland’s capital is a diverse city with historical attractions, natural beauty, and a modern feel. 

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    Glasgow is a prosperous port city, rich in history and famed for its Victorian architecture. 

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    Leeds is one of the fastest growing cities in the UK. It is also one of the greenest and most environmentally conscious cities in the country.

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    London is the most cosmopolitan city in the world: more languages are spoken in London than in New York, and you can dine in restaurants that specialise in food from more than 100 countries.

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    Once the powerhouse behind the industrial revolution today Manchester is a cultural hub and one of the UK’s most exciting cities.

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    Oxford is a city defined by its historic University colleges and grounds, with glorious Cotswold countryside and Blenheim Palace on its doorstep.

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    Nestled just southwest of the city of London is Surrey — one of England’s oldest counties.

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    Wander through the cobbled streets of this ancient walled city and you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported back in time.