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Jakarta to Cardiff flight time

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Jakarta to Cardiff flight time

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Jakarta to Cardiff flight time & Flight info

Direct Flight PriceS$618 CGK⇒CWL

Jakarta to Cardiff flight time & FAQ

  • When are flight tickets from Jakarta (JKT) to Cardiff (CWL) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Jakarta to Cardiff based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on Trip.com, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How much are flights from Jakarta (JKT) to Cardiff (CWL) cost?

    According to Trip.com's data, from Jakarta to Cardiff, the lowest price is around S$1,537.
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Cardiff?

    • The distance from Cardiff Airport to downtown is about 14km, by taxi about 30 minutes.
  • How many airports are there in Cardiff (CWL)?

    There are 1 airport(s) near Cardiff(CWL): Cardiff Airport.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Hotels in Cardiff

Hotels near Cardiff

5/5Perfect32 Reviews
Cardiff|2.06km from downtown
Overall, the hotel stay (one night) was good. The rooms were very comfortable and cleanand the shower rooms were great. A week before arriving, I had booked (by email to the restaurant) an afternoon tea for 3.30 pm but, when I didn't get a call requesting the £5 per head deposit, I phoned reception and she asked me to email her the details and she would pass on the request. On the Friday afternoon (the day before travelling to Cardiff), I still hadn't received a telephone call, so I phoned reception again. The gentleman said they had received the email and he could see that it had been forwarded on to the restaurant. He got the restaurant manager to phone me. The restaurant manager said he hadn't seen either of the emails (?) but that the restaurant would be closed on the day of our arrival anyway because of a conference. This meant I had to try and book a table near the Millennium Centre so that we could have a meal before going to a show there. We stopped for a light lunch on the motorway and arrived at the hotel about 4 pm but were told that our rooms weren't ready. Thankfully, we didn't have to wait too long but, given that check in is from 3 pm, I thought this was not good enough. When I booked the rooms, I forgot to use a code I had been given by the Millennium Centre who had suggested this hotel. Initially, the lady on reception said she didn't think I would get the discount as it hadn't been used on booking our rooms. I told her about the problem with the afternoon tea and then my concern at having to wait for the rooms to be finished, so she said she would speak to the Manager. Anyway, I was grateful that the Manager gave me a discount on our rooms.
FromS$105
5/5Perfect36 Reviews
Cardiff|2.46km from downtown
St David’s Hotel, Cardiff Bay 5 star hotel Some of the facilities were worthy of their 5 star rating. Some examples were: - very comfortable beds and pillows - spacious room with a good range of lighting - staff unobtrusive, polite and immaculately presented - Loretta in the restaurant was very helpful - we liked the mini Welsh cakes with our hot drinks However the hotel fell short in many areas. Some examples were: - we were not greeted when entering the hotel and no help was offered with luggage - the air conditioning in the bedroom was very noisy - there was mould on the shower screen - there were dirty stained seats and a sticky table in the restaurant - service was not attentive in the restaurant on our first afternoon even though it was quiet - had to ask, did not check if we wanted anything else. - toilets in foyer dirty, the one I used had a broken toilet seat, no hook for bag in cubicle, no toilet roll and stains on the wall. - the building is looking tired and shabby in places, e.g. paint on balcony flaking and tatty, marks on walls, seat stuffing falling out… - no coffee machine in room, even though coffee pods on hospitality tray. Had to ask at reception as phone calls from room not answered. - shower products - body wash had been watered down and only an inch in bottom - poor attention to detail. It should go without saying that five-star hotels should be pristine. There should not be strange mould growing on the shower door and stains on the seating in the restaurant. Our general impression was that this is an over-rated 5 star hotel and that it was not good value for the money we paid. In a five star hotel - cleanliness, maintenance, hospitality and delivery of services must all adhere to an extremely high standard. This was not the case at St. David’s. The attention to detail expected of a five star hotel was lacking. On leaving I had a short discussion with Trish about our stay and the car park fee was waived and a 10% refund given.
FromS$171
5/5Perfect32 Reviews
Castle|0.42km from downtown
On a positive note we arrived for an event and discovered that somehow we were a day early. Quite how that happened I do not know but my wife threatened to kill me. Dafydd, the person managing our booking at reception was the epitome of professionalism, calm , collected and after much tapping of his keyboard found us a room. Phew.... Unfortunately sleep was not to be found as the noise in the hotel was unbelievable. The room was a good size and well appointed, pillows could do with some consideration as they were not too comfortable but the real issue was noise. The rooms have massive solid oversized doors that appear to be about 8 foot high. They slam with a thunderclap and you hear everyone of them at all times of the day and night. The walls are paper thin and as we were settling in we could hear every word of staff in the corridor outside. Throughout the night we were kept awake by doors slamming and loud quests. In the morning we complained to be told they were aware of some problems with guests but of course our lack of sleep was history by then. So what we have is a superficially luxury hotel priced at a reasonably high rate but from a comfort point of view the excellent bathroom, toiletries, super sized bed etc will not help if there is inadequate soundproofing. The cacophony of the guests was also matched by the street sounds and police sirens. Breakfast in the morning was mediocre and could have been better but again nice staff.
FromS$147
4.5/5Excellent34 Reviews
Cardiff|0.58km from downtown
I should have guessed how this was going to go when I entered the room and found two desk fans provided (my colleague had 3!). The air con was broken, and due to having a lobby-facing window it couldn’t open. It was an absolute sweat box, during the night I had both fans facing me with no covers and I was still sweating. So as well as the loud drone of the fans, I had constant clicking of the air con which was trying to turn on but couldn’t, and also the fire door outside slamming with everyone that went through. Worst nights sleep I’ve ever had in a hotel. Room was fine; clean and well stocked with everything I needed. Breakfast was also pleasant. Staff were generally friendly although I did have to ask where to go once given my key as it was just handed to me and expected I knew the way. Wouldn’t recommend a night here unless you can get a room with an outside window you can open.
FromS$119

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